The Jordan hotel style room featuring two full size beds side by side, was named after who I will always consider “The Auburn Football Coach”. In the ’60s, Shug and “The Bear” were the dominate sports personalities in the state. . A versatile athlete, Jordan lettered in football while being considered the best basketball player [...]
The Petrie Suite, features two distinct adjoining rooms which were the original parlor and dining room. The butlers pantry has been transformed into a dressing room and private bath which features a antique, claw foot tub/shower.
The Hare Room is located in the Main House, and features a queen and twin bed. The Hare Room is named after Cliff Hare, whose granddaughter Fran Sugg Verma created the Crenshaw Guest House in the early 1980′s. Cliff Hare was a member of the first Auburn football team in 1892, and devoted his entire [...]
The Nichols room is located in the Main House. It features a queen bed in the main sleeping room, and an additional full size bed in an adjacent room from which the private bath is attached. The room was named after George Postell’s (former owner) mother’s first cousin, who attended Auburn in the late 1930′s. [...]
The Samford Room features a queen and full size bed side by side. It is named for the third president of Auburn University.
The Coach Dye Cottage is a two room, two bath cottage located towards the back of the property featuring a queen bed, a futon, and bunk beds. A 300 sq foot deck is perfect for enjoying the view of the trees that were obtained from Coach Dye’s Quail Hollow Gardens nursery. Coach Dye recommended the [...]