My husband and I had never visited Tuscaloosa, our visit to the Bama Bed and Breakfast has us wanting to return and learn more about the city. We were driving from NE Georgia to Natchez, Mississippi and this was a great halfway point. Before we arrived, communication with Kim through texts was very helpful. When we arrived, we felt like we were visiting old friends. The home is beautiful, the bed was super comfortable, and Tuscaloosa was great! We had never used Uber, but were thrilled to be able to move into this century by using it. We wish we could have stayed longer than one night! We were going to drive the Natchez Trace Parkway and did B & Bs each night. This was one of the top 2 spots! We loved breakfast (amazing grits...tried cocoa gravy for the first time) and purchased some great jewelry by Amanda. We even purchased a set of sheets (soooo comfortable and soft)! We look forward to going back to visit soon! …
Mama Bed & Breakfast is definitely the best place to stay when visiting Tuscaloosa. The house is charming, rooms are beautiful and quaintly decorated, breakfast was delicious, and the family could not have been more pleasant. Southern Hospitality for sure. I will be back.
This was a lovely stay to visit our two sons at the University of Alabama. Kim and family are very welcoming and the house is beautiful. Breakfast was amazing. This was our 2nd time staying and we will definitely be back
Our first trip ever to Alabama was made extra special because of Bama B&B. It was a very quick trip to Univ of Alabama for my daughter to tour the school. She LOVED it and will now be attending next year. I think the fabulous hospitality at Bama B&B (and the best breakfast EVER!!) is at least half the reason she chose the school. Since our stay we have made two more reservations for the same suite for her orientation and then for her move in date. We can't wait to go back. It will make leaving our daughter in Alabama much easier knowing that we have a great place to stay when we visit.
Absolutely love this bed and breakfast. It’s the only place I will stay in Tuscaloosa. Kim and Marc are so hospitable and available for anything you might ever need but they have thought of everything. The rooms are well equipped! Never miss breakfast there - it’s my favorite meal when visiting. Kim’s cinnamon rolls are famous. Can’t wait for my next visit. It’s already booked.
This was my second stay at Bama B&B. My friend and granddaughter stayed in the beautiful Wisteria Room. The B&B is adjacent to the Un. of Alabama campus, where my granddaughter attends. Kim and Mark are gracious hosts, the breakfasts are delicious, and visiting with the other guests made our stay there even more fun. I suggest it's the best place to stay in Tuscaloosa.
Thank you Bama Bed and Breakfast! You helped to make our vacation and UA college tour sensational! Friendly, accommodating, comfortable, clean. Breakfast was absolutely amazing every morning and coffee was perfect! We will be back, hopefully soon!
The house was beautiful, the family so warm and welcoming, the breakfast delicious. We stayed in the Capstone and it was so pretty and had everything my daughter and i needed. It was a great location to campus too. So much better than staying in a hotel on a quick visit to town. Thank you Kim, we looking forward to staying with you again over the next 4 years!
My stay was awesome. Met some new people. Bed was super comfy. Breakfast was awesome!!! Room was very clean. Shower and tub were very clean. The family was great. Thank you for sharing your wonderful home with me!!
Before we were scheduled to arrive the hostess texted me a couple of times and asked to let her know when we were an hour away. She gave us complete instructions on where to park and everything. The place was beautiful and the food was good. Our room was extremely small and so was the bathroom. Hardly room to turn around. There were notes with rules posted everywhere. "In the South we do not open the windows..." I am from the South and we do open windows. Within the first 5 minutes of talking with the hostess she asked if I was going to get the vaccine and I told her "no". She told me that she was as soon as she possibly could. We were required to wear a mask and we did, and it was enforced that we stand 6 feet apart at breakfast. She stood at the head of the breakfast line giving instructions and generously issued the hand sanitizer to each guest instead of trusting us to get some ourselves. ? I had so much I had to wipe some on my pants. We were told that in the South we do not cut biscuits we twist them off. So I accommodated her and twisted but I normally just use a knife. The blackberry jam was fantastic. We were told how to ladle the chocolate syrup (not my thing) on top of the biscuits as she glanced. We had a complete breakfast with grits and were given paper plates with Easter bunnies on them. There was a note on the patio door, where we ate, which told us to leave the plates on the table. Regular plates would have been more appropriate. The screen around the patio was torn. But we enjoyed the fresh air and warm weather. We will not stay there again because of the micromanaging. We enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere with less regulations and notes. We are very familiar with bed and breakfast inns and usually do not interact so much with the hostess and so many rules.…