Veggie Bars

2 cans Crescent Rolls 1 cup Mayonnaise 1 package Dry Ranch dressing 1 8 oz package softened Cream Cheese 1 medium onion chopped fine 1 bunch of broccoli & 1/4 stalk celery chopped fine 2 – 4 carrots grated Press out crescent rolls into bottom of cookie sheet (11 1/2 x 17 1/2) – it…

Southern Breeze Spring

“The B&B has five guestrooms, each showcasing its own unique décor. The back door is always open, and the floors don’t squeak, so don’t worry about coming in at a late hour. There’s an entertainment room for guest that has every amenity available, but chances are you will want to venture outdoors, possibly book a…

Costal Living, March

“The easy, unaffected beauty of this place never seems to change. A stay at the Magnolia Springs Bed & Breakfast restores more than my sanity, it restores my faith in mankind.”

Southern Breeze-Travel

Editorial Pick for the best of the coast Sweet Dreams-Golden Slumbers section of the 2004 Southern Breeze Travel Magazine “Doesn’t just the name entice you to visit? The Hamlet of Magnolia Springs, Alabama is one of the last postal water routes in America, and its small-town charm extends to owner David Worthington’s transformation of this…

Romantic Destinations

“Just off Highway 98 between Gulf Shores and Point Clear, Alabama is the small town of Magnolia Springs. This 100-year-old community is truly a hidden treasure. At the end of Oak Street, appropriately named for its canopy of oaks that engulf you as you enter, is one of the towns most valuable jewels. The Magnolia…

Southern Breeze

“In Magnolia Springs, Alabama, a restored hotel connects its guests to history, and each other. Sometimes a place just feels right. Visitors to the Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast know that feeling. You will, too. Magnolia Springs combines small town Southern charm with an ideal location for exploring the Alabama Gulf Coast.”

Southern Living

“Visitors staying at the Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast will find a 100-year-old home tenderly cared for by owner David Worthington. Operated as the Sunnyside Hotel in the twenties and thirties, it offers five handsome guestrooms with heart-pine floors and beaded yellow-pine walls and ceilings.”