Overlooking Auburn’s oldest neighborhood (officially designated as the Old Main & Church Street Historic District) it is the perfect place for morning coffee or a refreshing cold drink at the end of the day.

 
 
  • MAIN HOUSE

    MAIN HOUSE

    From 12-foot vaulted ceilings, to golden heart pine floors, late Victorian details abound, all within walking distance of downtown and Auburn University. Graceful proportions are the hallmark of the era; and guests especially enjoy the spaciousness of their rooms. Each […]

     
  • CARRIAGE HOUSE

    CARRIAGE HOUSE

    This building, nestled in trees behind the Main House, includes the original Carriage House which was Professor Crenshaw’s personal hide-away. He, like today’s guests, must have appreciated the peace and quiet which this secluded building offers; for it was here […]

     
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  • GROUNDS

    GROUNDS

    Grounds consist of one acre of gardens in what has been designated as the North College Historical District. Plentiful camellias are nestled among weeping oaks and maples, to include over twenty trees planted by legendary Auburn Football coach Pat Dye.

     
 

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