Ratings based on 114 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice B&B great value and wonderful breakfastPosted Feb 28, 2015
Had a great time! Great restoration of a beautiful old home!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Alabama
Nice weekend get-away.Posted Feb 23, 2015
Pros: Loved the Victorian home. Full of wonderful antiques.
Cons: Room temperature was a little cool. But it was in the low 30's outside.
Location: The Inn is located in the older part of town. Streets were narrow and busy. Quite noisy until around 2 a.m. Eateries were abundant.
Had trouble checking in. Accommodations were great. Food was excellent.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Columbus, GA
Our New FavoritePosted Feb 22, 2015
Pros: It was beautiful, the rooms were comfortable, there was free wifi, it was conveniently located, the hospitality was phenomenal.
Location: Downtown Birmingham was right around the corner
Cobb Lane was wonderful! Sheila made us feel right at home immediately. The house is beautiful and the rooms are comfortable. Breakfast was excellent and Ira was a lovely host. Though we didn't plan it, Cobb Lane was just minutes from everything we were doing in Birmingham. This has become our only option for stays in the future.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Atlanta, GA
Great character, Close to restaurants/barsPosted Feb 17, 2015
Location: Great location within walking distance to many restaurants, bars, and parks. Less than a 15 min. drive to most of the main attractions in Birmingham
Cobb Lane has great character. It cost slightly less than some of the hotels in the downtown area - and offered much more personality! The breakfast was nice -- it was great to meet some other travelers and chat with the owner over a home-cooked meal.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Maine
Posted Feb 12, 2015
Pros: It was unique. Each room was decorated with a particular theme. We stayed in the Camelot Room with Guinevere, Lancelot and a horse from a carousel.
Cons: It would have been helpful to have a place to put luggage.
Location: Close to restaurants and museums. We spent most of the day at the Birmingham Civil Rights Museum.
We had a wonderful stay at the Hasinger Daniel House. It was magnificently decorated with lots of antiques. Breakfast took place with a formal setting which made me feel I was dining at Downton Abby! The staff was gracious and helpful. Sheila's background as an architect, is evident in every unique corner of this B&B. It was a five star experience.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Alexandria, LA
1st Time at a B&BPosted Dec 2, 2014
Location: Bars and restaurants in walking distance.
We were upgraded to the Hassinger Daniels Mansion. It was GREAT! The room (Camelot) was very spacious and the sounds of an old house reminded us of our childhood. Downtown Bham can be a little loud with all of the sirens and such; but we did not hear anything bc the house is on an off street away from most traffic. We felt safe at this location. Easy access to the house but parking might be a problem if they were at full occupancy. We DID NOT have any parking problems though. Definitely a must if in Bham.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Hannover
A very pretty B&BPosted Nov 11, 2014
I liked it so much!! Only the fact that I had to climb up to the top floor (3rd) with my 20kg suitcase without a lift was a bit tough... other than that, everything was great, although I didn't get to meet the owner in person, she directed me very kindly what to do via phone.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Birmingham, AL
Beautiful house for romantic getawayPosted Nov 5, 2014
It's a beautiful house!! It was a wonderful staycation for my girlfriend & I. We live in Birmingham, so I planned it so we could have a romantic evening & my girlfriend loved it!! Mrs Sheila is a wonderful host & person!!
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Cobb Lane or Hassinger Daniels B&BPosted Oct 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
Both of these B&Bs are owned and managed by the same people. VERY Victorian furnishings make your stay a true experience. Sheila is a very attentive and helpful hostess. You are close to everything you want to do in Birmingham via bicycle or the trolley.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Needs some love and attention :(Posted Oct 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
I am not sure who has been staying here but reviews need updating as far as the "Zebra Room" is concerned. We did not get to have breakfast either day due to schedule/plans so I can't comment on that. But here are my concerns: No in room thermostat to regulate temp, was hot then cold and continued that way. The bathroom was not very clean (urine, hair and general filth all around toliet), baseboards and walls dirty. Exterior is sad need of repair due to major rotting problems, inside room I got out of bed and due to cramped space between bed and exterior wall my foot hit the baseboard and foot went right through the rotted boards. Bed very uncomfortable mattress needs to be thrown away and start over, the pillows were about an inch thick and had to take pillows out of shams to get any comfort. The description fails to mention the bar that is behind the house that is open until after midnight. We were unable to consistently get the Wifi in the basement room. The blankets on bed and extras were in bad need of washing/refreshing. You can tell the home was at one time a glorious B&B but has has become neglected and needs some serious love. Wish we had chosen to stay inside but due to schedule I liked idea of the exterior room access, but the basement room was not a good choice.