For more than 25 years the Fairhope Inn has been a treasured dining and lodging tradition in one of the south’s most celebrated towns. The freshly renovated historic home dates to 1906, when visitors to the Eastern Shore arrived by steamboat. Today, tourists and locals alike have made the Inn a destination dining and lodging getaway. Our southern coastal menu features gulf seafood, hand cut steaks and locally grown produce. Four well-appointed B&B rooms and carriage house offer the best of southern charm and refreshed luxury. Whether to dine, stay or celebrate a special event – we look forward to seeing you soon.
Established in 1996.
Built in 1906 during Fairhope’s heyday as a idealistic utopian destination, the Beckner house has a long and bustling history at the center of town. 63 South Church Street is best known to generations for the fish market out the back door that lasted more than 50 years. Later an inn, the farmhouse style property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. A decade later, renovation brought new life as the Eastern Shore’s go-to restaurant bed & breakfast. In 2019 new owner Paige Dawson launched a major renovation, committed to preserve the Inn’s celebrated history and culinary tradition. The Inn’s three suites and private carriage house today offer casually elegant décor, exquisite bedding, and well-appointed details. Each night’s stay is topped with the Inn’s classic Southern Breakfast. Just outside lies the downtown shopping, bayfront parks and cafes of the town deemed one of the South’s most charming destinations.