19195 Scenic 98, Fairhope Alabama 36532
Fellers Cove Bed and Breakfast is located on the bay front in the historic Battles Wharf district between Fairhope and Point Clear on Mobile Bay. It offers three bedrooms: Ashleigh room, Karibu room, and Bombay room, in an upstairs private wing of the house. Each of the three bedrooms has a private bath, ceiling fan, CD player, hair dryer, as well as a TV/VCR, and a modem/telephone line. It also offers croquet, ping pong, and bicycles. Breakfast is served in the Common room. Local attractions include Fairhope Municipal Pier, Marietta Johnson Tree Trail, and Weeks Bay Estuary.
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