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Let us serve you in the complete privacy of our small historic townhomes located in the old section of the Historic District. Perfect setting for elopements, honeymoons, family with children, romantic getaway, girls gathering. **** Individual in-Suite homemade gourmet breakfasts/brunchs are stocked in the guests'kitchen every afternoon to assure complete privacy in the mornings. Hot dishes are warmed up by the guests on their own time.**** Full concierge services. Luxurious amenities. Pets welcome. Au plaisir de vous servir!
4.6 on March 24, 2015
My wife and I got some alone time in the wonderful city of Savannah, GA. We stayed at the Armstrong Inn's Carriage House. The house is a lovely two story cottage with a bedroom and bathroom upstairs and a living room/kitchen down stairs. We had our own little courtyard which looked fantastic. The breakfasts were wonderful and Monique the innkeeper treated us like family. The location of the inn was with in walking distance to all of downtown Savannah. We will return!
5 on March 21, 2015
Our 40th anniversary was magical thanks to Monique and Armstrong inns. The carriage house is pure Savannah, beautiful inside and out. Monique is a very talented interior decorator, beautiful furniture, 2 fireplaces, modern kitchen and bath, a very comfortable bed, and William Armstrong's art make the carriage house the best deal in Savannah. Then add Monique and her staff to the equation, and you've got something very special. The breakfasts were wonderful, snacks, desserts, wine, and the feeling that you're part of the family made our Savannah vacation the best that we have ever experienced, thank you Monique. See you in 2016. Thank you for the best anniversary of our lives.
4.4 on March 14, 2015
We immediately felt at home staying at the Jenkins House. First we were warmly greeted by Monique and she made us comfortable in the home. The house could not have been more perfect for the 4 of us. We love the historically preserved home, however the two areas that counted the most to be modern were - kitchen and bath. The breakfast each day was delicious and plenty for us all. We never expected the extra touches of evening snacks, wine and deserts, that Monique delighted us with. It was so comfortable there we spent a night in just enjoying the surroundings, fireplace and relaxing after touring the city all day. The feather beds are incredibly comfortable, good luck getting up. You cannot beat the value!
4.4 on March 03, 2015
We had a wonderful stay in the Garden Suite at Armstrong Inns - a beautiful, cozy retreat that felt like a space of our own, right on Chatham Square. From the remote control fireplace to the "rain shower" in the bathroom, the suite combined modern conveniences with historic charm. The bed was also very comfortable. Monique was delightful to meet and provided us with delicious breakfasts to heat up the following morning; ham and cheese crepes, frittata w/bacon, waffles, and quiche on different days, along with snacks. We caught a chilly week at the end of February (just missed the 70 degree weather the following week) but the charm of Savannah won us over. It felt like a home away from home.The suite is very conveniently located on the square, within walking distance from Mrs. Wilkes and many other historic sites.
5 on February 23, 2015
The weather was unusually cool when my wife and I arrived in Savannah, but Monique's welcome to the Jenkins House was warm and gracious. During our three night stay Monique's attention to detail and her caring approach were unprecedented in our experiences of travelling the world. The gourmet food, delivered daily was beautifully presented: and a perfect compliment to the artistically decorated jenkins House. We had journeyed from Canada to celebrate our wedding anniversary amidst the beauty of the Savannah Old Historic District. We selected Armstrong Inns because their location, as well their offer of a unique approach of creating "a romantic home away from home". Armstrong's Inns exceeded our very high expectations in every way. Thank you Monique.
5 on February 17, 2015
I stayed in the Tattnall house over a long weekend with my husband and his parents. Monique was totally and completely fabulous!! she made the check-in process super easy and we were even allowed to bring our two small dogs (the house comes with a private courtyard which is perfect for our pooches)! The house was the perfect walking distance to get downtown and see the sites without feeling like we were in the "touristy" part of town. Ms. Monique spoiled us with delicious homemade dips and cakes and pastries. she made a PHENOMENOL breakfast both mornings and checked in with us to make sure we were doing ok throughout our trip. The home has feather beds/pillows and silk sheets which made it feel like sleeping on a cloud. I would highly highly highly recommend staying in any of the Armstrong inn rooms, and will DEFINATELY be back. What a charming, wonderful weekend!
5 on February 10, 2015
Beautiful accommodations, delicious food, charming hostess made for an outstanding stay at Armstrong Inns. Very private and welcoming for a four sisters weekend. Would definitely return.
5 on January 28, 2015
This B&B is the closest thing to a stay in paradise. We stayed in the Carriage House. The bed was like sleeping on a cloud, the food was 5-star worthy, and the hospitality was genuine. You can tell that the proprietors care deeply about their guests, because the small, thoughtful touches are evident throughout the house and especially in the food. My husband looked forward to seeing what Monique (aka the breakfast fairy) made for us each day. I would give 6 stars if I could. It has far surpassed our past experiences and no doubt spoiled us for all B&B's in the future. We are already trying to figure out when we can come back.
5 on January 25, 2015
We have stayed in many B&Bs over the last 7 years. This ranks as the best one yet. We stayed in the Chatham Suite, a 2 story suite that is part of a home build in 1854. It is located across the street from Chatham Square. Beautifully finished, including many paintings by William Armstrong. Downstairs has an open area for living and dining, containing 2 gas fireplaces. The kitchen behind this contained snacks as well as a welcoming bottle of wine on the dining table. Upstairs was a feather bed that you had to climb into using a step stool. This room also contained a gas fireplace. We felt like royalty. The bath was small but the very well done. The shower had a rain shower head, a double shower head, and a handheld shower head. There were also 2 small balconies, one behind the kitchen and one next to the bedroom. One unique thing was the breakfast. Instead of having to go to a central dining area at a specific time, Monique prepared breakfast the night before and left it in the refrigerator. The next morning we heated it up at our leisure. There was also juice, milk, coffee, tea makings, etc. I wish to thank Monique and her staff for a wonderful, relaxing, and unique experience. If you stay in Savannah you must try the Armstrong Inns.
5 on December 08, 2014
I almost hesitate to write this review as I almost do not want to share this place with anyone else! The Tattnall House through Armstrong Inns truly became my home for the weekend. Far more than a standard Bed and Breakfast, this truly was my "home" and Monique a member of my family. The home is in a great location and extremely well appointed. Monique pays every attention to detail and goes way out of her way to meet each person's requests. My aunt and uncle were traveling with my sister and I on this trip. My aunt has several allergies and Monique prepared foods special just for her. Speaking of food, WOW! I have never had crepes so light and fluffy and French toast and bacon that tasted better than some of the gourmet restaurants we attended in the past. And to think, all this wonderful food was eaten sitting at the most magnificent dining room table surrounded by antiques while we ate breakfast in our pajamas. Totally private, no hectic hurry up rush. We ate when we awoke from our fluffy beds at whatever time we wanted. The library and dvd selections in this house were amazing and rivaled my own! The only problem is there was not enough time to enjoy each and every book and video. The Tattnall House, as my aunt pointed out, is one of the cleanest places we have ever stayed. It was extremely difficult to end our weekend and leave our lovely "home". We love you Monique, our newest family member and cannot wait to see you again. Merci! - Cindy
Chatham Suite: Private Suite designed for honeymooners or guests preferring absolute privacy for that special occasion. Great Square views, 3 gas fireplaces, private balconies, gourmet kitchen, luxurious beddings, within easy walking distance to to every point of interests. .
Nightly Rate: $270 - $270
The Carriage House is considered part of a National Certified Historic Property called "The Armstrong Residence". From the French windows of the second floor of this private 2-story townhouse, the guests can observe the most magnificent sunrises. -Queen size posted canopy bed ~ Down Feather Mattress, 2 gas fireplaces, Cable TV/DVD/VCR. Pets welcome
Nightly Rate: $175 - $250
Charming 2-bedroom, 2-story historic townhome, era 1870, with private courtyard, 2 gas fireplaces,a gourmet kitchen & the most luxurious beddings. Either honeymooners, friends or families with children choose the charm & comfort of this Historic home while enjoying all the amenities and attentive services of a select Savannah inn. Our daily housekeepingservices are a real treat to guests with children. Pets welcome
Nightly Rate: $360 - $360
10 Blocks from the Savannah River, 15 miles away from beaches, Downtown, Landmark Historic District
Savannah, GA (SAV) 20 miles
Take I 95 to Interstate # 16 (exit 99) into the Landmark Historic District. Get off at exit 167A for M. L. King Boul. Make a left on M.L. King and a right 2-3 blocks down on Wayne Street. The Suites are at the corner of Tattnall and Wayne, right on Chatham Square. Welcome.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Dolphin Cruise, Sea Fishing, Golfing, Jogging, Tour bus, Carriage tours, Trolley Tours, Tennis Courts, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins
BBQ grill, Computer, Fax Machine, Washer/dryer , Fully equipped kitchens; daily housekeeping, Gas fireplace in every rooms, all personal B and B: children & pet welcome, WIFI, In room: wine, sherry, full hot breakfast, Private courtyard/balconies
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Nesting, Nesting, Nesting, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Art, interior design, gardening, antiques and collectibles, &amp; not the least, 5 bilingual grand children
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Personal Chef, Services
A large variety of breakfast/brunch hot dishes
Extensive individual homemade hot breakfast/brunch is delivered daily and stocked in guests' private kitchen, ready to be warmed up on their own time. Homemade desserts and breakfast breads, fresh fruit salad, fresh butter croissant... are included. A true taste of the South!