Alabama July 17, 2019
Book An Overnight Stay In These 7 Beautiful And Historic Homes In Alabama
Every now and then we need to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There’s no denying that! Fortunately, Alabama offers a variety of lodging choices that are perfect for a weekend getaway. Among them are some of the state’s most beautiful historic homes, including the seven listed below.
1. Winston Place - Valley Head
Built in 1831, Winston Place is one of Alabama's most beautiful historic mansions. Today, it's operated as a bed and breakfast that offers six guest rooms. It's also a popular wedding venue.
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. Address: 353 Railroad Avenue, Valley Head, AL, 35989
2. Parker House - Anniston
The Parker House is a Richardson-Romanesque Victorian house that was built in 1889. It offers five guest rooms and is just a short walk from the historic downtown area and train station. For more information, click
. Address: 330 East 6th Street, Anniston, AL, 36207
3. Hassinger Daniels Mansion - Birmingham
The Hassinger Daniels Mansion is operated as a wonderful bed and breakfast that's housed inside of an 1898 Victorian mansion. It offers 10 guest rooms and features several antiques throughout. For more information, click
. Address: 2028 Highland Avenue, Birmingham, AL, 35205
4. Fort Conde Inn - Mobile
Fort Conde Inn was built in 1836, which makes it Mobile’s second-oldest home. It's one of Alabama's most charming bed and breakfasts, and it offers an incredible view of the city's skyline. In addition to its rooms and suites, onsite cottages are also available to rent. Like Winston Place, Fort Conde Inn is also a popular wedding venue.
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. Address: 165 Saint Emanuel Street, Mobile, AL, 36602
5. Everhope Plantation - Eutaw
Everhope Plantation, which was built in 1852, is a Greek Revival-style mansion that's absolutely stunning! It offers eight guest rooms and is a popular place to stay during football season. For more information, click
. Address: 11334 Alabama Highway 14, Eutaw, AL, 35462
6. The Fitzgerald Home - Montgomery
The Fitzgerald Home, which was built in 1910, was the home of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald from October 1931 to April 1932. Even though it's currently operated as The Fitzgerald Museum, the home's 2-bedroom apartment on the second floor is available to rent. For more information, click
. Address: 919 Felder Avenue, Montgomery, AL, 36106
7. Kate Shepard House - Mobile
The Kate Shepard House is a beautiful Queen Anne home that was built in 1897. It's currently operated as a bed and breakfast that features three guest rooms. According to several reports, it's also haunted. For more information, click
. Address: 552 Monterey Place, Mobile, AL, 36604
Have you ever stayed overnight in one of the historic homes listed above? If so, please share your experience(s) with us in the comments below.
For another great place to stay overnight in Alabama, be sure to take a look at our previous article:
The One Place To Sleep In Alabama That’s Beyond Your Wildest Dreams.