Petrinovich House is located in quiet Church Street East beneath Mobile's shady live oaks and steps away from the downtown dining and entertainment district. Comfortable nightly rooms with complimentary continental breakfast start at just $95 per night. Private bedrooms have en-suite or shared bathrooms and king, queen or full size beds. We offer reduced rates for extended stay guests. We will match your corporate lodging per diem. Off-street parking available. A prime location for your Mardi Gras festivities, events and business engagements in Downtown Mobile!

This magnificent painted lady was commissioned in 1899 by Frank Petrinovich as a boarding house in the historic Church Street East neighborhood. Petrinovich was a first generation American, employed as a tax collector for the city of Mobile, the second son of Irish and Croatian immigrants. This two-story Victorian house was designed by architect James Hutchisson, one of five generations of architects that designed numerous homes, buildings, and churches in the Mobile area including the Mobile Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception just 4 blocks away. Formerly run as a Bed and Breakfast under “MY Victorian B&B” and “Molly Young B&B,” the house underwent full renovation between 2012 and 2015 and now offers the amenities of modern life along with the beauty of its historic grandeur.

 

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Now booking Mardi Gras 2017. A 3-night minimum is required to book Saturday, February 25th, 2017. Click Reservations for rates and availability.

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April 21, 2016 - VacationIdea.com - Dream Vacation Magazine

Just in time for Mardi Gras, Karen Cassidy opens Mobile's newest bed-and-breakfast inn
January 23, 2015 - AL.com

Mobile B&B owners welcome addition of Petrinovich House in Church Street East district
January 23, 2015 - AL.com

Mobile's newest B&B to hold open house, art exhibition as Blue Velvet Studio reopens
January 15, 2015 - AL.com