The Inn at Hunt Phelanhttp://www.huntphelan.comhttp://www.huntphelan.comshapeimage_2_link_0

Located on Memphis's historic Beale Street, the Hunt-Phelan home was built in 1832 by George Wyatt, who thought it would be cool to include an escape tunnel. During the Civil War (or, as we call it down here, the War of Northern Aggression), the house was used as headquarters for Confederate Gen. Leonidas Polk as he planned the battle of Corinth, Miss. When Memphis fell to the North, Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant used the house as his rockin' bachelor pad and a place to plan the battle of Vicksburg, Miss. The house passed down through the Phelan family over the years but fell into disrepair. Eventually, family member Bill Day restored the Greek revival home in the 1990s using old photographs and maps. It was a historic museum for a few years before being turned into a bed and breakfast.

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