The Northport House
Your Home in Tuscaloosa
Safe and Sound: Your Tuscaloosa HQ
The Northport House is your perfect Alabama getaway. This beautiful 3 bedroom and 2 bath home is just 10 minutes from campus, but far away from all the crowds and bustle. Located just across the bridge from downtown Tuscaloosa, the house is within easy walking distance to the shopping and dining of Historic Downtown Northport , the levee walking/bike path, and Oliver Lock & Dam with its beautiful views of the Black Warrior River.
The Northport house has hosted graduation parties, family weekends, gameday celebrations, class reunions, girls' weekends, birthday parties and even a Thanksgiving dinner or two. Why rent a room when you can have a whole house for the same price?
So Much to Offer
Lots of Beds
The house easily sleeps eight guests comfortably with one king, one queen and two full size beds. '
Free Wifi & Cable TV
You have to stay connected. We have high-speed internet and flatscreen TVs in every room.
The kitchen is designed to be used and ready for whatever you want to prepare. It has cookware, dishes and everything else you could need.
Traveling can be a dirty business. It's always good to have clean clothes.
Our guests often comment on our beautiful clawfoot-tub located in the master bedroom. Just perfect for a relaxing soak.
A Dog Friendly Location
Our fenced backyard makes this location a place your dog will love too. Contact us about
pet restrictions & fees.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME
THINGS TO DO
Historic Downtown Northport
The country's oldest barber shop is right next to the oldest hardware store. Food, antiques, and fun just a short walk away.
The Levee Hike & Bike Trail
From the bank of the Black Warrior river and past lots of Alabama famous pine trees, it's a nice place for a walk.
The park is almost across the street from the Northport House. It's equipped with a playground and is nice for an evening stroll or a picnic.
Just across the bridge are the downtown shops, restaurants, bars, & galleries. A great outing for a relaxing afternoon or evening.
City Cafe- Downtown Northport
If you want a taste of the real Alabama drop in at City Cafe (est. 1931). Sit at the bar or grab a table, but don't wait to be seated, because then they'll know you're from out of town.
Wooden Trestle Railroad Bridge
The oldest operating wooden railroad bridge in the US is just down the street and you can take a stroll under this impressive piece of history.
OUR RAVE REVIEWS
“This property was better than we imagined. It is a well kept, nice, big home. Our family stayed here and we very much enjoyed our stay. We would definitely stay there again.”