Alabama Historic Accommodations Guide

Magnolia Springs
Magnolia Springs
(Bed & Breakfast)
Magnolia Springs
14469 Oak Street
Magnolia Springs, AL 36555

At Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast, a romantic Alabama B&B, enjoy the canopy of oak-lined streets, days that begin with the smell of homemade breakfast, cool drinks and sultry afternoons on a wraparound porch, and a welcome as warm as the mid-day sun. The day’s schedule is up to you, but you’ve got lots of options. This historic Alabama State Landmark offers an idyllic setting in an ideal location. If you choose to venture out, you’re just a short drive from the waters of the Gulf of Mexico or scenic Mobile Bay. An abundance of exciting shopping, beautiful Alabama golf courses, natural wonders and historic Alabama sites are close by.
Mistletoe Bough Bed & Breakfast
Mistletoe Bough
(Bed & Breakfast)
Mistletoe Bough Bed & Breakfast
497 Hillabee Street
Alexander City, AL 35010
The Mistletoe Bough Bed & Breakfast, an enchanting Queen Anne mansion built in 1895, has been lovingly restored to its original glory as a showplace of the period. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is characterized by a variety of chimneys, a two-story corner turret, and a wrap-around veranda – perfect for relaxing on warm evenings or lazy afternoons. Step back in time to a genteel atmosphere. Walk in the beautiful gardens, sit and relax on the patio, or simply rock on one of the spacious porches.
Crenshaw Guest House
Crenshaw Guest House
(Bed & Breakfast)
Crenshaw Guest House
371 North College Street
Auburn, AL 36830

Make Crenshaw your Auburn Home! This inviting Victorian combines peaceful 19th century atmosphere with the comforts of 21st century living. The Wedgewood Blue Crenshaw Guest House B&B, nestled among giant oak and pecan trees on an acre site, is only a short walk from downtown Auburn and the Auburn University campus. Listed on the National Register Of Historic Places, guest rooms in the 120 year old Main House feature 12 foot vaulted ceilings, gleaming porcelain, brass, and richly carved mantles which provide a perfect setting for an appealing collection of antique furniture. The Carriage House Building is a cozy addition to the original structure in a garden setting behind the Main House. Breakfast is served daily in the Garden Room, which looks out over the Carriage House gardens, old well house, and small pond.

MAKE IT AN HISTORIC STAY is a human-curated, invitation only presentation of select historic lodging accommodations, including bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels and lodges in the United States.

Historic lodging facilities (Stays) are demonstrably significant to world history with respect to their architecture, engineering, archeology or culture, as well as their location, design, materials, workmanship, feeling or association.

Historic bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels and lodges offer travelers a truly unique and memorable lodging experience.

They provide visitors a genuine opportunity to connect with the past, while enjoying restful lodging, excellent cuisine, gracious hospitality and more.

Sadly, countless historically significant structures have been (and continue to be) lost forever.

Many of those that endure, do so largely because of the vision, passion and dedication of devoted and enterprising proprietors, companies and others, who (usually after great effort and expense) offer them as living, interactive lodging facilities reflecting the rich historical fabric within which they are woven.

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