The Columbiana Inn is a beautifully restored 1889 Victorian Bed and Breakfast with six guestrooms, all with private baths and cable tv. Within easy walking distance of historic downtown Columbiana museums, restaurants and shops. Come experience the history while enjoying Southern hospitality at it's best.
Gulf front beach house that sleeps 20 people. Huge deck with pool and Cabana Bar. Long elevated beach walk to the ocean. This location is perfect for a small to medium size wedding. In one location you get the beach for the wedding, the elevated deck and cabana bar for the reception, and the house for lodging.
Located just outside of Downtown Tuscaloosa and only minutes from the University of Alabama, Mercedes Benz International, and Moundville State Park, our bright and airy Tuscaloosa hotel has everything you need for a relaxing and enjoyable stay.
Experience traditional southern elegance with up-to-date convenience in the heart of downtown Birmingham at the Hampton Inn and Suites Birmingham-Downtown-Tutwiler. The Tutwiler has hosted dignitaries visiting Birmingham since 1914.
Celebrate you next event at Applewood Farm (Formerly - Sweet Apple Farm) Still operated by same Owners and Staff - Name Changed Only – A Private Estate situated on over 80 magnificent acres, with rolling hills and two beautiful serene ponds.
The Wyndham Garden Lake Guntersville is a romantic destination to celebrate the wedding of your dreams. Surrounded by the tranquility and beauty of Lake Guntersville, our Guntersville hotel features an event space to accommodate 100 of your closest family and friends for a spectacular dinner, complete with modern décor, ...
Alabama wedding hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts
Find accommodations in Alabama that complement your wedding ambience. From quaint bed and breakfasts to posh luxury resorts, we've got a diverse directory of lodging in Alabama to fit any style.
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