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3 Amazing Historic Southern Inns With Oodles of Charm, Updated Amenities

by Jan Schroder
historic postcard of The Battle House

I love some history with my dose of southern hospitality, and these three inns deliver.

The Grand Hotel Golf Resort & Spa, Point Clear, Alabama
Guests traveled by steam boat to this property opened in 1847. It hosted training operations for WWII.

The Battle House, Mobile, Alabama
After the original hotel burnt down in 1905, this one was built in 1908. For 100 years it was the center of social life in Mobile.

Inn at Houmas House, Darrow, Louisiana
These cottages, in New Orleans plantation country, are built on a former sugar cane plantation, next to the circa-1840 Houmas House.

Read full reviews of these three inns: 3 Amazing Southern Hotels With a Past, Sense of History

Jan Schroder, Editor in chief

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