The Historic Mary Elizabeth Stallworth Home Bed & Breakfast
Post Office Box 724
1197 Main Street
Beatrice, AL 36425
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Mary Elizabeth Stallworth, the former owner of this turn-of-the-century home in Beatrice, Alabama, was quite a remarkable woman. She was the first woman to enroll in the College of Architecture at Auburn University and was the second to graduate. While her career took her to Washington, D.C., she eventually returned home to Beatrice. This home is both a testament to her past and a perfect place to spend a few nights in Monroe County. Historical and recreational activities abound in this area.
Only a quick fifteen to twenty minute drive from downtown Monroeville, the Stallworth Home is an ideal lodging for those who are traveling to town for the local production of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the play based on Monroeville native Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. In fact, many aspects of the Stallworth Home are reminiscent of the era in which the novel is set. See the beatricealabama.com site for more information on things to do while you’re here.