Enjoy a romantic setting and Southern hospitality, perfectly located in Savannah's Historic District..just where you want to be! Relax in your private-entry garden-level suite, among authentic antiques and modern conviences. Fresh flowers, a bottle of wine to greet you. There are plush goosedown pillows and duvets, highcount cotton sheets, luxury bath amenities and more. You'll enjoy breakfast in the privacy of your own suite. Joan & Gary Levy live upstairs and are happy to give advice on tours, restaurants and shopping.
Walk through the delightful walled garden w/ tinkling fountain & fishpond..through the garden room into your private suite. There's a sunny sitting room, full kitchen, dressing room & private bath. The best part's the bedroom originally the kitchen of the house, w/ queensize iron bed, huge cooking hearth, exposed wood beams and Savannah grey brick walls. Dogs are welcomed in our Garden Suite for a one time non-refundable $50 dog fee.
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Your front door opens onto a large living room filled with authentic antiques, fireplace and featuring the original Savannah grey brick walls. Pocket doors separate it from the generous-sized bedroom with queensize 4-poster rice bed and highboy, another fireplace. A small kitchen and generous private bath complete the suite. The bold colors of the walls and fabrics are so Savannah!
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5 on April 14, 2014
Joan's is in a beautiful neighborhood close to many great restaurants, parks, shopping and other attractions. The history is fascinating. Our room was nicely furnished and clean and Joan and her assistant are obviously very concerned about her guest's comfort. Thanks again for a great stay.
3.4 on March 13, 2014
This bed and breakfast is in a beautiful historic building in the historic district of Savannah. It puts you easily in th heart of the district and all its sites. We stayed in the garden apartment and found it to be charming, quiet and private. However, this is not a typical b and b in that there is minimal contact with the owners or other guests. The breakfast is just fruit, cereal, bagels, juice, coffee, etc. - replenished daily but not much better than what you'd get at any hotel chain. So you do miss out on the more "connected" experience that we have found in most bed and breakfasts. The owners are very nice and will assist if you have questions but we felt more like we were disturbing them each time than as paying welcomed guests. For those however who place a premium on privacy and don't seek the conversation with others, this is perfect.
3.8 on March 07, 2014
Great location; walk to everything in the historic district. Cosy apartment in a Savannah Classic home. Very pet friendly. Recommended highly.
3.0 on February 28, 2014
Joan and Gary are very nice people. We liked the fact that they offered individual accomodations with private entrances. This is especially a good thing when you have a dog that needs various walks and bathroom breaks throughout the day and you don't wish to distrub the other guests. It was a wonderful location for walking around and to restaurants. We loved the whole experience and will certainly return. Ann and Colleen, Alexandria, VA
1.4 on February 27, 2014
We selected this B&B because of its location, the description on the web site and because it was dog friendly. The garden greeted us with dead hanging plants, dog water bowl full of dirty rain water and a generally unkempt and depressing scene. We didn't expect roses in February, but things can be neat in any season. Inside the bed linens and bath were clean and acceptable, but the kitchen and sitting room could have used a good clean. There was no comfortable place to sit---the wicker furniture in the sitting room was basic and old. The television set in the bedroom was good but only watchable from the iron bedstead. We were taken aback to find our breakfast for the next morning already in the kitchen, two muffins and two croissants on a plate under plastic wrap. Milk and orange juice in the fridge were fine, however, jelly and Smart Balance were left over from previous visitors. There was a large basket with fruit, a bottle of wine and dog biscuits which were the only welcoming thing about the place. The room was made up and bath towels changed and two commercially made danish pastries were left for the following morning, also under plastic wrap. There was cereal and coffee available and at our request some tea bags were provided. However, we were not inspired to breakfast there. We did eat one croissant for tea, but Starbucks and Panera nearby were more inviting and palatable. We checked Trip Advisor after the fact and found that these observations had been made by others at least since 2008. We learned a rather expensive lesson and recommend that persons looking for dog friendly places to stay in Savannah might do better to look elsewhere. There are pet friendly hotels in the area that are easily accessible to the historic district.
Savannah, GA (SAV) 9 miles
Take I95 South to I16 East & exit at Montgomery Street. Turn right onto Liberty Street, go 3 blocks to Whitaker Street. Turn right onto Whitaker, go 3 blocks & turn left onto Jones Street. Joan's on Jones will be on your right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Ocean, historic sites, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Ruins
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Joan and Gary Levy
Former restauranteurs, Joan and Gary have owned Joan's on Jones Bed & Breakfast since its inception in 1991. They have traveled widely and visited many inns all over the world. Gary is an avid golfer, artist and photographer. Joan is professional chef and enjoys coauthoring cookbooks,
Low fat , Restrictive