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Welcome to Crenshaw Guest House

Whether it's a college visit, a road trip through the southeast, or an SEC sports adventure that brings you to Auburn, Alabama. The Crenshaw Guest House, has has been a quiet retreat where friends, families, and travelers can gather for nearly forty years.

At Crenshaw, let us treat you to old-fashioned southern hospitality while enjoying the charm and vibrancy of a small college town experience. Located in heart of the Historic District on North College Street, Toomer's Corner and Auburn University are a quick 5-minute walk away. 
Graciously appointed guest rooms are furnished with a mix of modern and antique period pieces dating back as far as 1890 - the year Crenshaw was built. Meticulous attention to detail, from the comfort of beds adorned with 100% cotton linens, plush robes and luxury amenities, create an ambiance of carefree comfort. Each Carriage House Suite and the Pat Dye Cottage offer the same comfortable luxury as the suites in the main house with the convenience of a kitchenette and private entrance.

The only detail missing is you. 

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What our guests have to say...

5.0 - Robert D.
I really can't say enough good things about the Crenshaw Guest House. Our cottage was clean and very functional. Parking is super easy. Breakfast was amazing and scheduled to our needs. We won't be staying anywhere else when we return to Auburn.
5.0 - Tara K.
We lucked out and booked the Pay Dye Cottage with a last minute cancellation and it was amazing. It was spacious and two full baths both with Dyson hairdryers!!! Bed was so comfortable too. Mary Jo was an amazing host and the breakfast was fantastic. My only disappointment was that I just found out about this Inn and my daughter is a senior. Best accommodation in Auburn!
5.0 - Rhonda C.
This was a warm, inviting stay with comfortable beds, immaculately clean accommodations and two delicious breakfasts. The sausage from Auburn and homemade granola were about the best ever.
Evenings featured homemade cookies and a variety of beverages.


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