Alabama Getaways At Myrtlewood Bed and Breakfast in Aliceville

    We enjoy driving along the countryside in Alabama lovely towns that have historic Bed and Breakfasts that add a unique charm to your getaway experience. Among these historic treasures is the Myrtlewood Bed and Breakfast. The 1909 historic Myrtlewood Bed and Breakfast, a beautiful Victorian home with antique furnishings within walking distance of town, and attractions like the WWII and POW museum.

    The town of Aliceville is located in west-central Alabama, west of Tuscaloosa and the University of Alabama. Since the Myrtlewood Bed and Breakfast is close to the University it is a great location to stay when attending Graduations and events in the area. Take town to stroll around town that was once the site of a German Prisoner of War Camp.

    Be sure to stop in at the WWII and POW museum and the Aliceville Museum, where you'll find artifacts and more on the town's history are on display at the Museums. Among other attractions to enjoy are the Tom Bevill Visitor Center and Lock and Dam in Pickensville, the U.S. "Montgomery" Snagboat, the Historic Face in the Window Courthouse Square at Carrollton, the James Murphy Summerville Home, and the Indian Mounds and Museum nearby in Moundville.

    The Myrtlewood Bed and Breakfast, located at 602 Broad St. NE in Aliceville, Alabama has wide porches perfect for relaxing on, plus a elegant Honeymoon Suite for a romantic getaway. The Honeymoon Suite features a comfortable queen size bed, daybed, and sitting area, as well as a bathroom with a vintage footed tub, and an additional tub with shower are among the amenities guests enjoy. 

    By Melody Schubert

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