Lapham-Patterson House Historic Site

Allison House Inn

Allison House Inn

Allison House Inn
215 N Madison Street
QuincyFL  32351-2444

$80 - $94

Hotel Description

The Allison House Inn was built in 1843 and converted to an award winning bed and breakfast in 1990 is located in Quincy FL 20 miles west of Tallahassee FL. Located in the center of a thirty-six square block historic district the Inn is steeped in history. It was built by A.K. Allison who in 1865 became Governor of the State of Florida and signed the peace treaty with the Union thus ending Florida's role in the Civil War. Earlier A.K. Allison distinguished himself in the Indian Wars. The Inn is within walking distance to the town square of Quincy where there are numerous shops. The Inn is a gracious Georgian double-parloured structure. All guestrooms have their own private baths individual climate controls remote controlled cable TV and hair dryers. Mindful of an English country manor the inn is filled with many antiques from the British Isles. The grounds and gardens of the Allison House Inn are lush with crepe myrtle azaleas camellias bamboo fig pear and pecan trees. The climate is very pleasant throughout the year. The area is noted for its art and antiques. Many notable artists live in the area whose works now hang in premier galleries around the country. Numerous antique shops can be found nearby with wares from Europe Asia and Early America. Festivals and community celebrations abound throughout the year in the area.

Amenities(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)

  • Free breakfast
  • Data port
  • Bed and Breakfast