Find an Inn in Historical Prattville

When looking for lodging in Central Alabama, consider a bed and breakfast in Prattville, located about 12 miles north of downtown Montgomery, Alabama. It was founded by Daniel Pratt who is known as Alabama’s Industrialist. Over the years the city has grown to where the eastern part of town parallels I-65. That area has modern shopping centers with familiar stores and restaurants. If you are looking for something quaint, take Cobbs Ford Road west about 4 miles and you will find the Daniel Pratt Historic District. Park along Main Street and take a walk through downtown to local restaurants, and boutiques. There’s even a museum filled with local history. Be ready to take pictures because Prattville is unique from most southern towns. It is reminiscent of a New England village. Downtown features the cotton gin manufacturing plant which Pratt built to utilize the water from Autauga Creek to provide power, much like the villages in his home state of New Hampshire.

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Smith-Byrd House Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room

137 N Washington Street, Prattville, AL 36067

Central Region

(334) 365-1459

Distance to Prattville: 0.58 mi

Situated in the historic district of Prattville, AL, the Smith-Byrd House is an 1880’s Queen Anne Victorian with two rooms, private baths, and a full breakfast. Along with the B&B, the Smith-Byrd House is also home to the only tea … Continue reading

Red Bluff Cottage Bed and Breakfast

551 Clay Street, Montgomery, AL 36104

(334) 264-0056 / (888) 551-2529

Distance to Prattville: 10.22 mi

Red Bluff Cottage invites visitors to Montgomery to stay in the historic downtown area of Cottage Hill. Innkeepers Barry and Bonnie Ponstein offer guests the comfort and convenience of their bed and breakfast inn high above the Alabama River near … Continue reading