We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the carriage house- upstairs. Old and charming with new, hardly used furnishings. Exceptionally comfortable bed, linens and towels. Muffins and bagels with yogurt and juice were nice to have available. A bottle of wine and pretty glasses awaited our arrival. Attention to details here is their specialty!
We had two couples in town for a wedding, we rented the Button Suite and the Henry Suite. One is a studio apartment with a living area and kitchen and the other is a one bedroom with a full bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, and access to a lovely private first story porch with furniture (sorry I cant remember which apartment was which but the owner Peter can certainly answer that). We had an amazing stay, we brought our dog and the front porch had a gate which allowed her to roam around and watch people walking by without having to worry she would get out. There is also a huge side yard which is fenced which Peter explained we were welcome to use for her as well. The apartment on the backside of the house had a outdoor table, chairs and a firepit (which we never used b/c we all loved being on the front porch). While there we lost our car keys so we literally looked under every piece of furniture, cushions, floors, etc. searching for the keys. It was a good way to realize just how immaculate this place is kept, everything, including under dressers and couch cushions were kept spotless. They provide breakfast and if you run out of something just let Peter know and he will replace it. He lives upstairs in the house so is onsite if something comes up. There is parking in the back which is a plus b/c Savannah parking is tough. The only negative we had was the location which is pretty far from the historic district and just on the cusp of a tough neighborhood. We felt perfectly safe sitting on the porch late at night but I wouldn't have wanted to walk home alone in that neighborhood. On the upside it is in a neighborhood which is quiet and not slammed with tourists. Overall we had a lovely experience and highly recommend it. Thank you Peter!
Was in Savannah for the Rock 'n Roll Marathon. Keith went above and beyond all expectations by getting up to drive us to the starting line so that we could "sleep in" a bit. Jim gave us great pointers to neighborhood restaurants so that we could enjoy the city more as residents than tourists ... This was all on top of providing a gorgeous home for us to live in for a few days. I highly recommend this property!
We loved how friendly and helpful every single member of the staff was from check-in to check-out. Makes it worth the stay! I struggled with the room not having any windows, but we honestly weren't in our rooms long enough for it to make a big difference - the character of the place makes up for it.
Lovely B&B with a super location to all the sights we were interested in. All the staff was friendly & accommodating, except for the 2 young men working nights during our visit. Not friendly or helpful. Good breakfast, loved picking our time. Enjoyed all the fresh baked goods. The construction was a bit too early for us, after 9 or 10 would've been better. But, we really overall enjoyed our stay. Oh, also the privacy & the "no service needed" signs were good touches. Hope to visit again soon.
Friendly staff and inviting with breakfast, coffee and evening wine, dessert. The building needs improvements and detail work on the interior, i.e. paint, flooring, windows; bathrooms are dated and not attractive. Street Noise (cars) is a special problem as windows are not updated glass and sills not well fitted. We love the location across from the Park.
Totally exceeded expectations. It was great. Wonderful location. Parking was easy and were given by B and B parking pass so didn't have to feed the meter. Breakfast delicious with nice number of choices. Staff very friendly and helpful. Rooms nice. Would highly recommend.
Wonderful location and place to stay in Savannah and to share with your furry babies. Jones St. is a great location to everything, so park the car and walk. Many restaruants near by that allow your four legged friends on the patio. Joan Levy was a wonderful host and my wife, our pups and I look forward to coming back for a stay.
We have stayed at the Inn for 4 consecutive years now and our stays get better each year. The Inn keeper was extremely friendly and helpful, the breakfasts were delicious, and the facility and location were very nice. We stayed in the pet friendly room and it was very clean with no unfriendly odors. I would definitely plan on staying there again in the future. Mike S. - Knoxville TN
Don't even hesitate about booking your stay at this location. We had reserved a room in the main house for one night. But, when hurricane Joaquin went through Charleston we decided to stay in Savannah for a couple of extra days. Our room wasn't available but the Conner House was so we took that. WOW! What an exceptional place to stay! There was only the two of us but it would be perfect for a family. There was even a washer/dryer that came in handy. Everyone was so nice and the breakfast, that was served in the main house, was great. We ate in the dining room the first morning, because it was raining, but the other mornings we ate on the porch. Such a pleasant environment to start our day. The location is within walking distance to many of Savannah's highlights. I can't say enough about this bed & breakfast!
The inn is gorgeous & impeccably clean. The breakfasts, tea goodies, port & sherry were all delicious & well presented. What puts this place over the top is the staff and customer service! Everyone was so helpful, friendly, welcoming, and accommodating without being at all intrusive. We can't wait to go back!
This is a lovely building with beautiful woodwork. While our room did indeed face a beautiful park as advertised, it should be noted that there is a very busy street between the inn and the park, and that the park was actually rather noisy with weddings into the night and maintenance activity (blowers, mowers) early in the morning, in addition to the traffic traveling about 30-40 mph directly below our windows. I was tired from traveling so I managed to sleep through it, but guests should be aware of this as it was rather unexpected. One of the concierges was very helpful with planning meals, the other not so much with tours, so that we did better and more efficiently using the internet on our own. Concierges were also extremely busy with putting out food and helping multiple guests so that the inn seemed short-staffed. Breakfast was ok but nothing special. Savannah's a great city to visit.
This was my second time staying at the Savannah Bed and Breakfast Inn, and I would stay there again. It is in a great location in the historic district, and it is an easy walk just about anywhere in that area. Our room was newly remodeled and super clean. It was a lovely place to come back to each day. The price is reasonable, and all the staff I encountered was very friendly and helpful.
Great historical inn. Our room was in an adjacent building. They have a great bar that the locally will fill up at night. Plan to have dinner there one night. Restaurant is excellent. The location is perfect. We walked everywhere. Nothing was too far away. The only downside is parking is first come, first serve. So get there and stay parked! I can't wait to go back!
We came to 17Hundred90 Inn for a quick, low cost weekend getaway so I could propose. We had a wonderful time and were delighted with the place. It's not super fancy, but was clean and a great location and deal. I highly recommend for those not looking to spend big bucks! We plan to go back for our 10 year anniversary.
It was our 1st time to Savannah and we could have not picked a more perfect spot. It was surreal to sit out on the veranda over looking the park with the beautiful trees filled with Spanish moss sipping our morning coffee and afternoon wine. It was everything I dreamed it would be. Great place for a romantic weekend!
The Conner House is seperate from the main property and private. The staff were very welcoming.The house itself was beautiful ,clean and well stocked.It was a magical stay for my daughters 21st birthday.It is on a lovely square that the city is famous for including moss hanging from the trees.They had free private parking for the house with a private garden.It is located five minutes from the river district and we could not have had a more perfect time.
I stayed in room 311 which is not part of the actual inn. It's a property located a street behind the inn. It's an absolutely beautiful old house, and you get the use of the whole house! The staff here is so kind and helpful, especially "grumpy" (not so grumpy) and the breakfast ladies! If I stay again, I will choose room 312, as it is in the same house, but located in the back of building, there was a lot of street noise in 311 being that it faces a main road. Awesome bed and breakfast for the price.
We came to celebrate our 50th anniversary, with a first time stay in a bed and breakfast. The staff were wonderful, we loved our courtyard off the ground floor room, and visits from Midnight, the cat. The inn was both modern and quaint - a perfect place for visiting all the sights in Savannah.
Our room was behind the main house, down metal stairs into the courtyard and up - the price was right - big room and big bed - but next courtyard was an unrenovated mess, an eyesore. Hosts are young people, not live-in homeowners. Breakfast was from 3 choices daily. Biscuits for b + gravy were stale, not fluffy. Afternoon tea and cookies/brownies were a good treat in rainy weather. Mercer-Williams house is right around the corner. Half-hour walk to waterfront and all the squares along the way. So location is a PLUS!
I’m not sure what we were expecting but overall we were let down. There’s not much privacy because it’s an older home so you hear people stirring around and talking, we would have felt more comfortable if there was an outside entrance. It was clean and everyone was hospitable, so there was not issue there. I just think we would prefer a more private facility for the price.
Descubre Savannah, la ciudad de los fantasmas
La ciudad de Savannah es la mayor y también la más antigua del estado de Georgia. Fue fundada en 1733 junto con la colonia de Georgia y se convirtió, unos años después, en la capital de la Colonia Real de Georgia. Conocida como “la ciudad anfitriona del Sur”, por la tradicional hospitalidad de los habitantes del sur de los Estados Unidos, recibe cada año la visita de millones de turistas. Es además famosa por sus fantasmas, tanto como puede serlo Salem, en Massachusetts. Las historias paranormales se remontan en esta ciudad a sus mismos inicios, y los incidentes documentados son numerosos.
Cosas que hacer y ver en Savannah
Entre los cinco distritos históricos de la ciudad se cuentan 22 plazas, cada una asociada a un momento distinto de la historia, y a lo largo de toda la ciudad hay varias iglesias y sinagogas, además de viviendas históricas en perfecto estado de conservación. Probablemente la más famosa sea la Mercer House, principal localización de la novela “Medianoche en el jardín del bien y del mal”, convertida hoy en un museo. En el centro histórico de la ciudad se conserva un cementerio de la época colonial y a no mucha distancia del centro se encuentran varios fuertes que sirvieron para la defensa de la ciudad durante la guerra civil estadounidense. El antiguo Cotton Exchange, construido en 1887, es de obligada visita. Antiguamente era el lugar en el que se llevaban a cabo todas las transacciones comerciales del algodón sureño, y lugar de partida y llegada de esta carga; su visita, junto con el recorrido por el Historic Riverfront Park es toda una experiencia.
Especialidades culinarias en Savannah
La ciudad cuenta con restaurantes para todos los gustos y bolsillos, muchos de ellos situados en la zona de los bed and breakfast de Savannah. En cualquier caso, esta es la ciudad perfecta para degustar los típicos platos de la gastronomía sureña, como el delicioso pollo frito al estilo sureño o los tomates verdes fritos.
Eventos destacados en Savannah
El evento anual más destacado de la ciudad es la celebración el 17 de marzo del día de San Patricio, con una fiesta de carnaval (la segunda mayor del país) que puede recordar al Mardi Gras que se celebra cada año en Bourbon Street en Nueva Orleans. Los primeros sábados de cada mes se celebra el “First Saturday on the River”, una celebración familiar en la histórica River Street, con ferias de arte y artesanía a la orilla del río, el evento ideal para disfrutar en familia.
El clima en Savannah
El clima en esta ciudad es excelente durante todo el año, con veranos cálidos e inviernos con temperaturas muy tolerables. Puedes empaparte de todo lo que la ciudad tiene que ofrecer, incluido su ambiente más misterioso, alojándote en una casa rural en Savannah. Independientemente de tu elección, gozarás de una visita inolvidable al más puro estilo sureño, lo que garantiza que en esta ciudad te sentirás siempre como en casa.