Ranch View

Single Queen


35 min from Tuscaloosa

The Dean, Beat TN
Room details
  • 2nd floor
  • Desk
  • Shared Bathroom with Ball & Claw Bathtub
We guarantee:
  • No hidden fees
  • Maximum Quality
  • Good hosts
  • Available 24/7
Checking In
Access your respective private room via electronic keypad. Some rooms have shared balconies. We are a self check in property, just like renting someone's beach or holiday home.
NOTE: You will be asked to provide an I.D. during our secure checkout instead of a traditional hotel's front desk.

This is a second floor bedroom in the main antebellum home. There is a shared hallway bathroom with a clawfoot tub. The tall 1830s canopy bed is adorned with a beautiful custom fabric ceiling. Original heart of pine floors are complimented by a large oriental rug. For preservation purposes the original fireplace has been retired. A hybrid gasolier/electric light fixture is in this room. Interestingly, in the early days of electricity, two arms were often reserved for gas to back up the unreliable electric arms, hence this unusual piece. This room is called Ranch View, as you will likely wake to the view of cattle & horses.

All rooms have access to the common areas such as the front porch with rocking chairs, Dining Room (table that sits 10, keurig coffee, snacks, etc.), Gentlemen's Parlor with sitting area, and Ladies Parlor.  Find a few common area photos attached.

Everhope is approximately 35 minutes from The University of Alabama. We have hosted everyone - parents of students, professors, wedding brides & grooms, governors, CEOs, models, actors, rock stars, film crews filming at Everhope, authors, professional athletes, and people like you and me looking for a unique experience.

Everhope is a stunning example of Greek Revival architecture, boasts its original heart of pine floors, windows, woodwork, and even its original doorbell!  Designed by architect David Rhinehart Anthony to be Big, Bold and Beautiful.  Likely built with virgin pine and oak harvested on site, Everhope sports walls four times thicker than the modern standard.  It has stood the test of time.  Everhope is on the National Register of Historic Places and the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage for its architectural significance.

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