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All reviews garden district banana bread magnolia suite apple tv claw foot tub charming b b great cook front porch quiet street little touches breakfast was delicious southern hospitality separate shower breakfast table lovely home deep south stayed here for two nights
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Reviewed 7 January 2014

Jim is simply the perfect host, and his Inn full of thoughtful luxuries to make a stay in his home comfortable, relaxing and a feast for the intellect. Great reading is on hand with newspapers and magazines as well as welcome discussions about the rich socio politics, history and literature that is this town. My only gripe is that I could not stay longer. The town has so much to offer the inquisitive and Jim is a wonderful guide with interesting insights. His breakfast is the best I have had. Nothing was too much trouble, including getting up at 4am to ensure we had a good breakfast for a long day of travel.
For those interested in comfort and cleanliness, the room could not be faulted by me, which is a novelty. I am definitely coming back.

Room Tip: All are a treat. Ours had two wardrobes, fresh towels and loads of them. Perfect shower, indeed the best I have had in the US.
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 December 2013

We are moving to montgomery for military school and are unfamiliar with the area. This gem is geographically central to exploring all aspects of the Montgomery area. The Innkeeper has great recommendations for local culture and excellent food recommendations. The service is impeccable, rooms are clean and comfortable, and the breakfasts were perfect.

Room Tip: We stayed in the Magnolia Room. Ate at Sinclair's, Charles Anthony The Pub, and Tomatinos.
  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 6 December 2013

Unfortunately we could spend only two nights in Montgomery. Thankfully we chose to spend them at the Lattice Inn. Owner & host Jim was both welcoming and helpful, especially in those small ways that really make a difference when you're a long way from home.

We had wanted to visit the Southern Poverty Law Center for many years as we believe it to be one of the world's truly great charities. We'd also wanted to immerse ourselves, for a moment, in the history of the American civil rights movement. The Lattice Inn's close proximity to downtown Montgomery allowed us to do all that, with minimal fuss.

Jim's an excellent host, offers delicious breakfast, and knows a lot about his city and state. We'd happily stay at the Lattice Inn again if we visit Montgomery again some time.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Stephen P
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Reviewed 25 November 2013 via mobile

We had a lovely time. The B&B is in the optimistically named Garden District. Just a few minutes from downtown. The Inn itself was absolutely charming. Jim has done a great job keeping the original feel while adding subtle amenities (such as Apple TV, wifi, nice new shower head). Breakfast was simple, very tasty and fresh. The home-made banana bread was a highlight.

Stayed: November 2013
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Reviewed 13 November 2013

From my first conversation over the phone with Jim, in booking a reservation, I knew we had chosen the right place. An impeccable property, maintained by an eagle eye's attention to detail and fabled southern charm, all delivered by Jim left us wanting for nothing. Not one thing. A spacious front porch with a bench swing, an ample front parlor with quality periodicals, a full library, and even a piano, all surrounded by a sophisticated, yet homey, and comfortable decor welcomed us, as did Jim. Delicious fare for every breakfast, served southern style with great taste and wonderful conversation. The back porch of complete seclusion, hidden by layers of well-tended greenery boasted a saltwater swimming pool which we used daily, a heart-warming hot tub and even a coy pond. And the rooms were so welcoming as well, with both a claw foot tub and a shower, and the best sleep I've had away from home. I cannot say enough good things about our stay with Jim. His unmatched hospitality stands a new benchmark as he effortlessly displayed what only a great host can do: make you feel like a friend at home instead of a stranger far away from one. The truly magical quality of his hosting laid in his ability to anticipate our wants and deliver them in the refreshing manner of a friend instead of a servant. If you're venturing to the Montgomery area, you won't find a better place. Thanks again, Jim. We'll be back for another visit.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled on business
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