Winston Place c. 1831

A National Register Property

Hosts: Leslie & Jim Bunch

Mentone, Alabama Area

353 Railroad Ave
Valley Head, Alabama 35989

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Historical B&B

Step back in time to one of Alabama's most beautiful historical mansions, featuring large verandas and elegant inn lodging accommodations.

Now you can rent the whole house for your family or group vacation.
    We have a special price for vacation rental
  • Lodging only- no breakfast.
  • Whole house sleeps 16.
  • Get the family together during summer break.
  • Great idea for Thanksgiving and Christmas week.

Situated at the base of Lookout Mountain and only two miles from downtown Mentone, Winston Place is centrally located between Chattanooga, Birmingham and Atlanta.

On the National Register of Historical Places, this inn with the impressive lavishness of the veranda, both upstairs and down, is undoubtedly one of the state's finest examples of how the master builders planned for open air living in ante-bellum days.

Accommodations at Winston Place include four large bedrooms and one 2-bedroom suite, each with private bath and some with a sun porch.

  • Room 1 offers a king bed
  • Room 2 offers two full beds
Upstairs there are two guest rooms;
  • one with two-queen beds
  • one with a king and full bed
The suite offers one bedroom king bed and one bedroom with full bed.
A full breakfast is included.

Winston Place provides the perfect atmosphere for family reunions, weddings, and corporate retreats. This home also provides central air conditioning and heating to keep your special event or stay as comfortable as possible.

Winston Place
has been featured in:

Fodors 1996 - 2002
Best of the South 1997 - 2002
Alabama public television special
National Geographic 2001

Atlanta Journal
Hidden Pathways of Alabama
Channel 47, Birmingham, AL
Channel 45, Chattanooga, TN
WAAY TV, Huntsville, AL

Winston Place was NE Designer Showcase in 1995, designed again by Crowncraft in 1997, and featured in Southern Living in 1998. It is a popular wedding property.

Historians will love Winston Place; it was featured in "Blue & Gray" Magazine (Spring 2007).

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