Discover what makes Alabama such a must-visit destination when you stay in a bed and breakfast accommodation.
Come enjoy your stay at our beautiful bed and breakfast near Gulf Shores, Alabama. Choose from five beautifully appointed guest rooms with private baths, enjoy an unforgettable gourmet three-course breakfasts each morning, experience the finest in gracious service and southern hospitality. Ideally located a quick drive to the coastal towns of Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Foley, Point Clear & Fairhope! Our historic Alabama inn welcomes all travelers and offers the modern amenities they require including free Wi-Fi, daily made-to-order breakfast, turndown service with chocolates, A/C, parking, and concierge services. Romantic packages, massage services and more!
Find the peace and quiet, the luxury and service you have been looking for at Auburn Bed and Breakfast. A 32 acre oasis just minutes from the 3 wonderful southern towns just down the road. Book one of our 3 Luxury modern cottages, all different in decor and style, or enjoy being in the thick of everything in one of our 4 suites in our Farmhouse. Picture yourself every morning listening to the birds on our grand wrap around porch indulging in our Farm Fresh Breakfast cooked to order by our own caretaker and cook, Bob and served piping hot, right to your table! You won't be disappointed as you meander around the property's walking trails, playing with our many animals or playing a game of basketball or soccer on our State of the Art Sports Court. We pride ourselves on your satisfaction, comfort and happiness here at our farm. The farm was a Poor Farm in Chambers county in the past and has been transformed into a mix of rustic comfort and modern feel. We have been in operations for 3 years and have a 5 star rating across the board. Come and join us!
Heritage House is a five bedroom boutique inn and event facility set in a historic home in beautiful Opelika, Alabama. Available now for nightly lodging and special events. Located just a short walk from the charming downtown historic district, Heritage House is very close to lots of opportunities for dining, drinking, entertainment, shopping, and activities. All five of our tastefully appointed guest rooms feature a private bathroom, king size bed with luxurious Stearns & Foster mattress, a 55" Smart TV, an adjustable speed ceiling fan, dimmable overhead lighting, and everything else you need to feel like you're at your home away from home. Our breakfast style is about having a hearty balance. A little bit healthy, with fresh fruit and yogurt at the start, and a bit of homestyle extravagance with entrees like biscuits and gravy, French toast, and shrimp & grits. We have a rotating breakfast menu so every day brings something new. Come stay with us in Historic Opelika!
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Experience Southern Hospitality in a Victorian setting. Originally built in 1889, and lovingly restored by your innkeepers from 2002 to 2007, the Columbiana Inn, Bed & Breakfast is a charming and cozy retreat. Take a step back in time and enjoy a well-deserved respite and true Southern Hospitality. Just a short walk to historic downtown Columbiana's lovely shops, restaurants, and museums.
Step back in time at The Mistletoe Bough Bed & Breakfast in Alexander City, Alabama. Conveniently located, we're 15 minutes from Lake Martin, and within an hour from Birmingham. Walk in the beautiful gardens, sit and relax on the patio, or simply rock on one of the spacious porches at this enchanting Queen Anne Victorian mansion built in 1895.
This Birmingham, AL bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Alabama. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and Free WiFi Internet, and cable or satellite TV. Our bnb in Birmingham provides Wine/champagne available and High-quality bedding without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Birmingham, Alabama.
There’s only one Bed & Breakfast Mansion in Auburn, Alabama that sits on 100+ secluded acres of pristine grounds overlooking the Alabama countryside, yet located right in the heart of the Auburn city limits; Fountainview Mansion. Experience panoramic views of the countryside, peazce and tranquility conveniently located near downtown Auburn. Fountainview Mansion transports you to another time and place, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
River Rest Bed & Breakfast of Talladega, Alabama, is a large house with 100 feet of porch complete with rocking chairs, and a gorgeous view of Lake Logan Martin. Conveniently located near Birmingham, AL, and less than two hours from Montgomery and Huntsville, River Rest Bed & Breakfast is the perfect alternative to Talladega hotels or traditional lodging and accommodations.
Let us be your host for all occasions at the Hotel Finial in Anniston, AL! Our friendly staff and catering experts can provide all of your needs from intimate gatherings to large events. Our interior and exterior spaces offer versatility for any business or social celebration. We can help you plan your menu, set up the room or needed space and clean up without you having to do anything but enjoy yourself.
Welcome to the Fort Conde Inn, a AAA 4-Diamond boutique hotel conveniently located in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Built in 1836, the Fort Conde Inn is one of Mobile's oldest and most elegant historic residences - step back into a bygone era and experience luxurious accommodations and true Southern hospitality. We offer 8 guestrooms, 5 suites, and 2 private, romantic cottages. Please inquire about hosting weddings and special events with us.
The Malaga Inn, a Mobile AL hotel in the Downtown Historic District, is privately owned and operated to ensure personal attention to each guest. This friendly and courteous attention afforded to each guest and the convenient location in Historic Downtown Mobile, have for many years attracted those who relish the Malaga Inn's welcoming oasis of refinement and gentility.
Pleasanton Courtyard Bed and Breakfast, is Fayette County Georgia’s first licensed Bed and Breakfast. It is 6,000 square feet of elegance in an updated Victorian-style house, with grand crown molding, chandeliers and granite throughout. As a Bed and Breakfast, its primary mission is to be your choice for unique accommodations and a memorable experience; it can be your choice for intimate weddings, business meetings and events as well. It is nestled upon 19.8 acres of sprawling green lawns and wooded areas. When you drive up the tree lined driveway, and take in the well-manicured grounds, you feel as if you have left the busyness of life and entered your own private retreat. When parking you will get a glimpse of the large fully-stocked pond.
Lake Allatoona Inn is a bed & breakfast, hobby farm and an events venue. The Inn is located in a meticulously restored 1893 Victorian mansion. It is located lakefront on Allatoona Lake a very popular recreational lake bordered by Red Top Mountain State park. It is across the street from a Civil War Battlefield. It is 1.5 miles from Lakepoint Sports Complex and Interstate 75. The Inn is 30 minutes from Atlanta and 15 minutes from Kennesaw State College.
This Stockbridge, GA, Bed & Breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations less than 30 minutes south of Atlanta. Generous amenities include bathrobes, real southern breakfast, free WIFI, in-room coffee as well as superior beds and linens. The three rooms and one bedroom apartment have a modern and southern chic flair, balanced by elegant room specific decorations. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next Southern Escape in Stockbridge, GA.
Beautiful, Remodeled, spacious 4 BR, 4 BA home in the North Lake area. Convenient to everything. Walk to shopping, restaurants and banks. Near I-285. Off street parking. Energy efficient. On Marta. Across from Meridian Shopping Center. Furnished. Will accept corporate leases and those on temporary job assignments in the Atlanta area. Sleeps 8. Minutes from the Atlanta airport, downtown Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium, Stone Mountain Park, and Atlanta International Airport.
This award winning, National Historic Register in Monticello, FL bed and breakfast Inn is located very near Tallahassee FL in the panhandle . It offers luxurious rooms and accommodations. Enjoy a full served local breakfast and we are able to accommodate special dietary needs. Every large room has a private baths, free hi speed wifi. - satellite TV and Netflix Our bnb in welcomes pets and famiies. On site parking on our original landscaped one acre Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next antebellum escape to quaint Monticello, Florida. Lots of area activities and shopping.
At Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn & Spa you’ll experience wide vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We are located in Sautee Nacoochee, GA and only a short trip to Atlanta and Greenville, SC. We have 13 comfortable rooms and suites to choose from, so there is something to fit everyone’s needs. The rooms are decorated in contemporary luxury, all but one have a king sized bed, and some have Bubble-jet or Jacuzzi tubs and fireplaces. Begin each day with a breathtaking view of the mountains then head downstairs to experience a homemade gourmet breakfast. While you’re here you can also take advantage of our Spa (recently voted one of the 10 best in Georgia), for an array of wellness and spa services that help you relax in a serene and casual environment.
You belong here. La Belle Esplanade has been ranked the #1 B&B in New Orleans since April 2014 (and #2 B&B in the U.S. and #16 in the world). Located in a colorful and quirky mansion on a historic street. Our neighborhood is close to the tourist must-sees, but it is in an authentic New Orleans neighborhood of its own, home to small family-run museums, nationally famous restaurants, and local hangouts. The New Orleans Museum of Art, Frenchmen Street, and the French Quarter are a 20-minute stroll away. There are 70 restaurants within a mile radius from our address, most of them closer than that. Some of them are nationally famous and some of them are just for those of us who are in the know. You can be in the know, too. Read the blog on our website, often called, "The Best-Written Blog in New Orleans," and follow us on Facebook to keep yourself in a New Orleans state of mind. When you are ready to discover what it means to fall in love with the real New Orleans, you know where to find us. We're here for you.
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Visit for a weekend getaway to the historical landmarks around Birmingham; or plan out a romantic getaway to the Alabama Gulf Coast beaches.
Alabama bed and breakfast inns offer guest rooms in everything from historic homes to the summit of Lookout Mountain. Traditional houses and preserved mansions feature updated guest rooms designed for the modern traveler. The comfortable beds, private baths, and free wifi are just a few of the amenities.
Every morning you’ll have a full continental breakfast. You’ll experience authentic southern hospitality with the attentive services of the innkeeper.
Visit the local attractions to see Alabama’s favorite tourist destinations. Take a historical tour around Montgomery to learn about the Civil Rights Movement or sunbathe on the picturesque beaches in Orange Beach.
There are plenty of activities and things to do in Alabama, just a short drive away from your accommodation. Also, lots of walking areas to hop out and enjoy the local atmosphere. Explore the local restaurant scene or attend one of the popular annual events.
You’ll feel at home in your Alabama bed and breakfast to make it a memorable stay.
When most people think about Alabama’s history, the Civil Rights Movement is one of the most prominent eras that shaped the state. There has always been a struggle between races that lead to many tragic events and preserved landmarks.
Much of the early economy in Alabama is attributed to agriculture – slaves were used to work large plantations producing mainly cotton. The large number of slaves and economic impact caused lots of turmoil leading to internal conflicts in the state and Union.
Montgomery and Birmingham are the best places to visit to see many historical sites and museums commemorating the Civil Rights era.
Alabama is located in the southern region of the United States. It’s one of the warmest states in the country, which makes it a popular vacation destination.
The summer is the peak travel time in Alabama. Most people visit to take advantage of the great weather. Summers are generally hot and sunny. The high temperatures can average above 90 °F and have high humidity.
The fall and spring are more preferred to travel since temperatures are slightly cooler. It’s ideal for doing some of the favorite outdoor recreational activities.
The winter has a relatively mild climate. January is the coldest month, with average temperatures in the 40s and 50s. Alabama doesn’t get much precipitation throughout the year but has seasonal storms.
You’ll get an authentic feeling of southern hospitality everywhere you go in Alabama. Most local restaurants serve several must-try dishes in Alabama. Since you might not try them all on your first visit, here are a few options for the best food in Alabama.
The south is known for having delicious BBQ, and Alabama is no exception. You’ll find barbecue restaurants in every city. The southern-style BBQ is unlike you’ve tasted. You’ll have quality meats from the pulled pork, burgers, and ribs.
Take advantage of Alabama’s location on the Gulf coast to try some of the freshest seafood in the south. Some of the favorite local seafood dishes are fried catfish, crawfish boils, and shrimp.
A homemade pecan pie is the best way to end a hearty meal. Pecans are the official state nut, and locals make some of the best pie you’ve tasted.
Start the day with a delicious biscuit and gravy meal. Fluffy, buttery biscuits topped with sausage gravy is the perfect way to start the day.
Looking for a fun way to spend your vacation in Alabama? There are plenty of activities to do in Alabama for everyone. You can discover the local history, visit the beaches, or check out other outdoor sights. And not to mention the sports!
Alabama has a storied history from the Civil Rights Movement, Civil War, and more. Many major cities, like Montgomery and Birmingham, have historical sites to check out. Take a local tour to learn about their historical significance and role in Alabama’s history. Also, walk the historic University of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa.
The Alabama Gulf Coast is a tourist hot spot. Orange Beach and the Gulf Shores have incredible beaches, golf courses, and tourist shops. Fairhope is a small town on the gulf coast that has lots of local events and fairs.
Enjoy outdoor recreation in the great Alabama weather. Hike to the top of Lookout Mountain, the best viewpoint in Alabama to see seven states. If you’re staying near Crane Hill, Smith Lake State Park is a short drive away with many designated campgrounds and boating rentals.
Alabama has a diverse landscape that you can see just by driving from one side of the state to another. You’ll encounter lots of exciting natural features that contribute to the state’s beauty.
The Gulf Shores is a popular travel destination in Alabama. The coast extends for 32 miles along the Gulf of Mexico coast. There are a total of 10 different beaches, most with picturesque white sands. The beaches are open to the public for swimming, sunbathing, picnic, and more.
One of the most visited sites in Alabama is Lookout Mountain. It’s an attraction shared with neighboring states as part of the Appalachian Mountains. The summit has an elevation of approximately 2,389-ft and offers panoramic views of the area. There are attractions atop the mountain, including the Battle of Lookout Mountain Museum, Rock City, and Ruby Falls. Take the incline railway to the top or hike to see the incredible views.
Between the outdoor recreation, historic Civil Rights attractions, and the local sports, there are many things to do in Alabama. There are exciting places to visit in Alabama. Check out some of the best things to do during your stay.
Learn about the historic sites located in Birmingham and Montgomery. The Civil Rights Movement is a big part of the local heritage and history. Montgomery is the state capital with sites like the Civil Rights Memorial, National Memorial for Peace, and museums. Birmingham is the largest city with sites like the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument and the 16th Street Baptist Church.
The Alabama Gulf Coast is one of the favorite areas to visit for tourists. The shore consists of multiple towns and cities. Orange Beach and the Gulf Shores have the best beaches in Alabama. Relax on the scenic beaches and swim in the Gulf of Mexico. Fairhope is a small town on the coast of Mobile Bay that’s known for its local art fairs and festivals.
You can’t forget about the iconic Alabama Crimson Tide. Alabama has lots of die-hard fans for the local teams, especially college football. Visit the University of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa to check out a game in the Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Natural landmarks always make excellent tourist attractions. Lookout Mountain is positioned in three states – Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia. It’s a great hiking spot, and you’ll have views of seven states from the summit. Smith Lake State Park near Crane Hill is another outdoor destination ideal for camping and boating in the lake.
Stay in an Alabama b&b for a one-of-a-kind experience of southern hospitality. Make Alabama the destination for your next weekend getaway. Bed and breakfasts offer a chance to stay in unique accommodations from Victorian mansions, historic Holmes to beachfront inns.
Find vacation rentals near Montgomery and Birmingham. Discover the historical landmarks spotlighting the Civil Rights Movement. Go tailgating at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa for the Crimson Tide football.
Plan a romantic getaway on the Alabama Gulf Coast to bustling tourist towns of Orange Beach or Gulf Shores. Spend your time relaxing on the white-sand beaches or go to an art festival nearby in Fairhope.
Explore Alabama’s scenic landscape at the famous Lookout Mountain or Smith Lake State Park near Crane Hill.
The vacation possibilities are endless.
Guests receive special amenities during their stay in a bed and breakfast. Each accommodation offers guest rooms and common areas available to all guests.
Guest rooms include free wifi, heating, air conditioning, in-room tv, and more. Rooms have their own private baths stocked with toiletries.
Reserve a bed and breakfast to accommodate your large group or event. Select accommodations have available rooms in the main house and guest house.
Wake up every morning to a gourmet breakfast made to order. Eat in the dining room or your room. It’s what sets a bed and breakfast apart from the standard hotel experience.
Stay in a convenient location within walking distance to the local attractions. Check for free parking and cancellation policies before booking.
Alabama is a large state with many state highways crossing it. Driving is the best way to get around Alabama.
Alabama has two main airports - Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM) and Huntsville International Airport (HSV). You can easily navigate from the airport to your accommodation. Or connect to one of the regional airports for a shorter drive.
There are many car rentals to use during your vacation. Check with your accommodation for free parking.
Also, look for historical districts or popular areas to find local attractions within walking distance. There are also lots of restaurants, boutique shops, and bars in the busy areas.
Alabama offers a wide range of bed and breakfast accommodations near popular tourist areas, beach destinations, or unique experiences.
Spend a weekend getaway in Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast, one of the best bed and breakfast Alabama accommodations near Gulf Shore. The cozy hotel Magnolia is a short distance from the beach. It has spacious rooms and modern amenities. Each guest receives a delicious gourmet breakfast every morning.
The Original Romar House Bed & Breakfast Inn is an alternative to stay in Orange Beach. It’s a beachfront property with luxury rooms.
Explore options near major cities. Fort Conde is a historic inn preserved since the 1800s in Downtown Mobile. Or the Hassinger Daniels Mansion for your Birmingham, Alabama bed and breakfast accommodation.
Stay in small towns like the Farmhouse Sanctuary Florence Alabama bed and breakfast, a farm animal refuge, or Emma’s Bay House, a top bed and breakfast Fairhope, Alabama accommodation, with views overlooking Mobile Bay.
The Secret Bed and Breakfast in Alabama is located atop Lookout Mountain. The secluded location is perfect for a romantic bed and breakfast accommodation.