Montrose Hideaway Bed-and-Breakfast Retreat is a unique inn located in Montrose, Alabama, a community on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay between Daphne and Fairhope. Escape to more than 10 private acres and leave the rat race behind, retreating to a hidden paradise while also remaining convenient to shopping, golfing, bayfront parks with fishing piers and walking paths, restaurants, museums, popular attractions and gulf beaches. It is also centrally located between the airports in Mobile, Ala., and Pensacola, Fla. A focal point of the grounds is a picturesque spring-fed pond. Don't be surprised if you see a great blue heron, geese, ducks, fox, raccoon or other wildlife taking advantage of the surroundings. There are two park benches positioned on a nearby rise overlooking the pond, providing a tranquil place to reflect and relax. Or relax in the breezy shade of the gazebo or on the hammock under the trees. Don't think that staying at a bed-and-breakfast is just for when you're on vacation. Business travelers will find all the necessary services and amenities so they can work while also pampering themselves with a home environment for more relaxed productivity. (Special weekday rates are available for business travelers. Click on "Discounts" above for more details.) Come experience for yourself why Coastal Living magazine selected us as one of 15 favorite inns for their annual list in October 2006. Let us help you with your accommodations. The hardest part will be choosing from among our luxury rooms. Let us help you plan your trip with information on area attractions, festivals, special events, concerts and more. Let us help you with your group event, whether an intimate wedding, business retreat or reunion with family and friends. Let us help you save, whether you take advantage of the weekday frequency discounts, the weekday business-traveler flat rate, or you redeem a gift certificate. Let us help you give the perfect gift with one of our customized gift certificates. But, most importantly, come to a place where Southern hospitality reigns.