Hattiesburg, Ms Bed and Breakfast
Hi! We’re Sheila and Mike Tebo – owners, hostess, and host of Magnolia Stables Bed & Breakfast, LLC.
If you need a stop along the way or if you’re in the Hattiesburg/Petal/Laurel, MS areas on business or pleasure, we’d love to have you as our guests.
Centrally located between Highway 49 and Interstate 59, it seems like we are worlds away from traffic and crowds but we’re only 10 minutes from the main drag of Hattiesburg! Our B & B sits on an out of the way cul-de-sac in the Eatonville community, once a thriving agricultural area. And, there are still a couple of cattle operations nearby – in fact that’s kind of our roots here at Magnolia Stables.
While we’re far from fancy, we guarantee you a Genuine, Simple, Rustic, and Restful place.
“Make a rich man feel welcome and a poor man feel at home.”
Mr. James Touchstone, Waterloo Farms
Don’t let the weathered appearance deceive you. Inside, you’ll find a complete kitchen, a large bathroom with shower, a large bedroom with 1 queen and 1 double, comfy furniture, and authentic rustic décor – most of it from our days of raising cattle and working them with our horses.
We have decorated with family heirlooms and treasured pieces from treasured friendships that fit our theme of Genuine, Simple, Rustic, and Restful.
Magnolia Stables sits tucked away in a quiet, rural neighborhood.
You won’t hear much out here except birds chirping, breezes rattling in the magnolia tree out front, and every now and then the distant wail of an occasional train – if the wind is just right. And don’t be surprised if you hear cattle calling from across the holler and through the woods.
Deer often graze right beside The Stables. But, I 59 and Hwy 49 are only 5 minutes away. Best of both worlds!
Magnolia Stables is not a brand new, massively built, state of the art cathedral “barn.”
Our B & B is (or was) an authentic horse stable that has been lovingly renovated while retaining the charm and character of the original structure.
We’ve packed a lot of good artifacts and memories into 1,100 + square feet of living space and 3 acres of woods, corral, and pasture.