Birmingham's First and Only Bed and Breakfast; Convenient to University of Alabama at Birmingham, Area Hospitals and and Financial District; Near 26 Restaurants and Entertainment Venues; On City's Transit Route; Favorably Reviewed by New York Times, Victorian House Magazine, Tea Time Magazine, Portico Magazine, one of "Top Picks of Birmingham" by Birmingham Magazine; Impecably restored to an Era Bygone of Victorian Gentility
Main Floor -- Beautiful brass Double bed size sleeps 2, its Private Bathroom with Tub/Shower across the hall has side mount ADA toilet, Cable TV, access to high-speed wireless free internet, Eastlake antique dresser with marble top, antique hand-washing station, work area, upholstered easy chairs, charming Victorian decor, complimentary beverages and fresh cookies, full hot cooked Breakfast, and free on-site parking. Champagne at arrival and breakfast in bed available.
Nightly Rate: $99-$99
Main Floor -- Opulent Half Tester style Queen size bed nesstled in Bay Window, ornamental fire place, antique bed tables with marble tops and cranberry glass bed lights, antique hand-washing station, old fashioned armoire with mirror glass, beautiful large chandelier, private bath with tub/shower, Cable TV, high speed wireless internet access, full hot cooked breakfast, complimentary beverages, parking and parlor cookies. Academy award winner Best Actress Patricia Neal choose this room during her stay in Birmingham. Champagne at arrival and breakfast in bed available.
Nightly Rate: $119-$119
Upper Floor -- Deluxe Honeymoon/Anniversary Suite with 4 poster arched canopy Queen size bed with lace top, antique Victorian Gentleman's dresser, bed side tables with marble tops, private parlor features Scarlett O'Hara fainting couch, private bath with tub/shower, access to high-speed wireless internet, complimentary beverages and fresh cookies, full hot cooked breakfast, cable TV and free on-site parking. Champagne at arrival and breakfast in bed available.
Nightly Rate: $129-$129
Upper Floor -- Very private location in the Inn, suite has 2 bedrooms and a private in-suite bath, is an excellent choice for families or friends traveling together. Its private balcony has view towards Cobb Lane, windows have view towards Red Mountain and Vulcan Monument. Suite has a working desk, bevelled glass mirror door to closet, a beautiful French Armoire with beveled glass front, access to high-speed wireless internet, Cable TV, complimentary beverages and fresh cookies, full hot cooked breakfast, and free on-site parking. Champagne at arrival and breakfast in bed available.
Nightly Rate: $129-$129
Lower Level -- Very private location with its own Exterior Door and modern Faux Zebra Print decor, has a Queen size metal post canopy bed with lace top, a wrap around white leather couch with faux animal furs and accent pillows, marble top side tables, and large private bath with double size shower enclosure, private patio, includes access to high-speed wireless internet, cable TV, complimentary beverages and fresh cookies, full hot cooked breakfast, and free on-site parking. Champagne at arrival and breakfast in bed available.
Nightly Rate: $109-$109
Bird of Paradise Room -- Upper Level, Queen size bed with 12 foot Bed Crown running up wall behind bed, Victorian Gentleman's and Gentlelady's matching chairs, ornamental 1898 Antique Fire Place, historic beveled glass closet door, Cable TV, private bath with tub-shower, view towards Red Mountain and Vulcan Monument, access to high-speed wireless internet, complimentary beverages and fresh cookies, hot full cooked breakfast, free on-site parking. Champagne at arrival and breakfast in bed available.
Nightly Rate: $109-$109
Upper Level -- Very charming queen size Brass Bed with bed crown behind it extending up the 12 foot wall with valance, antique hand-washing stand, wicker rocker and small desk, historic bevelled glass door on closet, cable TV, access to high-speed wireless internet, complimentary beverages and fresh cookies, full hot cooked breakfast, free on-site parking. The Private Bath is featured on the National Historic Registry for its 1898 claw tub with shower above and brass ring shower curtains, and black-white small floor tiles. Champagne at arrival and Breakfast in Bed available.
Nightly Rate: $109-$109
4.8 on September 13, 2014
We stayed at the Hassinger Daniels Mansion of the Cobb Lane B&B. It is a really delightful house with many interesting items adorning the rooms and common areas. The sculpted carousel horses were especially interesting to see. Excellent breakfast!
5 on September 09, 2014
I went to Birmingham to see a concert. Sheila, was very sweet and accommodating. The trip was great.
3.2 on September 07, 2014
I must start in saying that the B&B was a lovely place and that we had some circumstances that may have been unusual. We were traveling across the Sourh after taking our daughter back to college and planned to stay in Birmingham so we could meet friends there for dinner. The restaurant was in High Point so Cobb Lane seemed like a perfect location and property. We arrived after 6pm, but spoke to the innkeeper on the phone who had arranged to leave our key. Everything was great until we returned from a great dinner. We woke about 3am sweltering. We couldn't locate any way to adjust the temperature in our room or downstairs. We also couldn't find anything written in our room addressing climate control. My husband looked around outside our room and the thermostat control was located in a locked box, set at 76 degrees. It was a particularly hot and steamy night in Birmingham, but nonetheless it was so uncomfortable that we got up, took a cold shower, and left just after 6am opting to skip breakfast (which sounded like it was going to be divine). This made it difficult to use star ratings for "Dining" since we didn't eat here.
5 on September 06, 2014
Me and my daughter had the best over night stay we drove up there for a concert from Mississippi and I had reservation and got a free upgrade the bed was very comfortable and the room was very unique the owner was a very sweet lady and we enjoyed talking to her at breakfast, the breakfast was very delightful and delicious sorry my daughter didn't eat much she woke up with a tummy ach but I enjoyed it very much .
5 on September 04, 2014
A friend and I decided to stay at Cobb Lane for her bachelorette weekend. We were offered an upgrade to stay in the Enchanting Turret room at the Hassinger Daniels Mansion. The room was perfect (as was the whole mansion). There were so many small details of the house that made it so grand. Mrs. Sheila was so sweet and offered great advice as to where to eat and what to do while we were in Birmingham. The location is within walking distance of several amazing restaurants (I will recommend Ocean, we had AMAZING service there). We only made it to one breakfast because we went to church on one morning. However, after eating with the other guests the following morning, I wish we had made it to both! It was very special to talk with the other guests as well as with Mrs. Sheila. The food (and coffee) was also delicious. I will definitely plan another trip to stay!
4.6 on September 03, 2014
Great stay at one of my favorite houses in Birmingham!
3.0 on August 27, 2014
Loved my room and the house, but there were several details that should have been automatic in this price of room. Request soap and extra wash cloths because there was no soap and only 1 wash cloth. You are on your own getting your luggage up to the room...I was on the 3rd floor and I'm over 60 yrs. old. I was disappointed in the food served for breakfast. Was expecting a big Southern breakfast since this was a historical Southern mansion built in the late 1890's instead we were served a light breakfast w/o any type of choice. It would be a beautiful place to be married, but would present problems for a caterer with a large wedding because of the very small kitchen.. It would be best served for a small intimate wedding either on the grounds in the gazebo or in the front parlor. The gazebo is spectacular!
4.0 on August 21, 2014
It was a very cool Bed and Breakfast in a trendy area of Birmingham within walking distance from some great restaurants. My wife and I were in the Camelot room which is in the front. It was very loud...and to be expected because of the location of the B&B. Very understandable. We did have a bit of an issue with it being so warm in that room. The rest of the house seemed to be cool and comfortable while ours was pretty warm. We got back late enough from dinner that we didn't want to disturb anyone. We had an oscillating table fan that helped. The décor was great...need to work on the circulation in that room. I'm assuming most of the other rooms were cool and comfortable. Great breakfast, friendly host, and a great experience overall.
5 on August 14, 2014
This was my second stay at the Hassinger Daniels mansion and it was wonderful as expected. Decorated beautifully, very clean and beds were as comfortable as could be. My sister and I stayed on the 3rd floor and loved it. We had a large room, it was the perfect temp for sleeping at night and dark enough for a light sleeper to not be awakened by light or outside sounds. Breakfast was delicious and the coffee was perfect!
4.8 on August 06, 2014
House is beautifully decorated, rooms are comfortable, hosts are very congenial and knowledgeable about area. House is very short safe walk to great restaurants and entertainment.
This guest was enjoyed and took advantage of the Inn's location and amenities. Thank you for writing! Ira
In Alabama's Largest City, In National Historic District, In University District, Airport, City, Downtown
Birmingham, AL (BHM) 10 miles
West on I-20/I-59 to Highway 31/280; exit East onto Highway 280 to 8th Avenue/University Boulevard Exit; end of ramp turn right travel west on University Blvd about 8 blocks to 20th STreet South turn left; 5 blocks on 20th STreet South to 13th AVenue South; right turn onto 13th Avenue for one block; left onto 19th Street South in first block; look for Victorian bright yellow Inn on left
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Birmingham Zoo, Birmingham Botantical Park, Birmingham Museum of Art, McWane Ctr, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, Birmingham Jefferson Convention Ctr, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Historic Inn, Other, Bed and Breakfast
Conference Rooms, Wedding Facilities , Small Business Meetings Capability, Small Wedding/Reception Area, Guest Refrigerator for Take-Outs, Free On-Site Parking, Zebra Room has separate Entrance, Beautiful Old Fashioned Wrap Around Porch
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Well known Deer Hunting, Papa John's Magic City Classic Football, Nation's best Bass Fishing, Mercedes Speedway at Barber Sports, Several Robert Trent Jones Golf Courses, Talladega 500 Motor Speedway, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Video Arcade
Full Hot Cooked
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian