Built in 1914, the McAlister House of Ripley was scheduled to be burned after years of neglect. But just before it was due to be destroyed, Wanda and Joey Stroupe bought the home and lovingly renovated it to bring it back to its former glory. Experience the architecture and ambiance of the early 1900s during your stay at this bed and breakfast.
A beautifully restored historic southern home turned into a bed and breakfast that brings you back into the architectural charms of the early 1900s. Located just two blocks from downtown Ripley, you will be able to walk to several antique and boutique shops. If you would like a night in, you may choose to stay in for a quiet evening relaxing by one of the many original fireplaces or enjoy a cold glass of iced sweet tea on one of the spacious porches.
Downtown Ripley - walking distance
Blue Mountain College - 10 minutes
First Monday Flea Market - 5 minutes
Red Barn Wedding Venue - 15 minutes
New Albany - 20 minutes
Tupelo - 50 minutes