Mistletoe Bough Bed & Breakfast

497 Hillabee Street, Alexander City, Alabama 35010
Innkeeper(s): Jesse and JoAnn Frazier
  • Nanny's Room

    Nanny's Room

 

Table Of Contents

  • Introduction

    Mistletoe Bough Bed and Breakfast is located in Alexander City, Alabama.

    Our Alabama Bed & Breakfast is the ideal place to relax and unwind. The home is charming Queen Anne manor, identified by its variety of chimneys, two-story corner turret, and wrap-around veranda. It is a wonderful place for relaxing on warm evenings and lazy afternoon, or wander our beautiful gardens or relax on the patio.

    Each morning, a full breakfast is served in the Dining Room. In the evening, join us for ice cream sundaes in the Ladies parlor. You will be welcomed with ice tea, hot tea or lemonade at check-in.

    Built in 1895, the house has since been reverently restored to its original glory. The Mistletoe Bough Bed and Breakfast has been recognized by the National Historic Register as a valuable part of Historic Alexander City.

    The house is available for you to host your wedding, bridal or baby showers, business luncheons, or any event requiring a beautiful venue. Your event can also be catered.

    Mistletoe Bough offers guests a retreat remeniscent of the Victorian era with all the conveniences of modern day amenities. Your stay at Mistletoe Bough Bed and Breakfast, will and experience of elegance and charm of this lovely Victorian Home.

    Come experience our warm hospitality and pampering services. We promise to make your visit unforgettable.

  • Weddings

     

    Lovely facilities for indoor or garden weddings. Catering is available, so please inquire!

  • Location

    Mistletoe Bough is:

    • Within walking distance of Historic Downtown Alexander City
      with the one remaining soda fountain in Alabama.
    • Within 15 minutes of beautiful Lake Martin.
    • Within an hour of Birmingham.
    • Within 45 minutes of Montgomery.
    • Within 20 minutes of Horseshoe Bend National Park.
    • Within 35 minutes of Auburn University.