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Nice authentic rooms, although the 3rd floor is a bit of a climb with luggage. Great breakfasts especially those with a southern theme. Good location for touring the historic district. Excellent service, although I wish the coffee was available earlier. High 4-poster beds.
For the price and the good location in the heart of Savannah, this is a sweet place. We did the innkeepers special for two nights and were placed in the Treetop room which is up three flights of stairs from street level. No biggie except...More
This was our first B and B experience together celebrating his birthday.we were greeted by a very nice young lady, and our room at first glance was nice and cozy. We had a cottage and there were stairs in and out of the room. The...More
Savannah B&B provided a good night's sleep and an adequate breakfast. Though on the small side, The Magnolia Room on the top floor was well appointed and had a very comfy bed. There's not really much room for anything other than a queen sized bed...More
Location couldn't be better for walking Savannah - we parked our car when we arrived and didn't get in it again until we left. Our room (Jasmine) overlooking the courtyard was wonderful and the breakfasts were great. The shrimp and grits were something I never...More
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Parking is a premium especially around that area. My suggestion is get to where you are going early, park the best you can and pedi cab or taxi anywhere after that. Trust me, if you go anywhere at night and come back even... More
Parking is a premium especially around that area. My suggestion is get to where you are going early, park the best you can and pedi cab or taxi anywhere after that. Trust me, if you go anywhere at night and come back even around 10 you no doubt will not find a quality parking spot. Even in a normal sized vehicle its cramped. Unfortunately Savannah is not a "parking" friendly city...