***WINNER: TOP 10 BEST INNS in US - 2011-12; TOP 10 BEST INNKEEPERS 2010-11*** FEBRUARY - $129 per night Sun-Thu & $149 weekends; MARCH - $159 Sun-Thu & $179 weekends!... Welcome to Savannah's Historic District and our 1889 Victorian home, where you will experience comfort and value in the true Savannah style. ... We are an authentic owner-operated bed and breakfast. ...Our B&B has four guest rooms upstairs, each with a queen-size bed, private bathroom, and sitting area. The Georgia Suite downstairs has a king bed, twin daybed, private bathroom and entrance to the courtyard. Our rooms are furnished with antiques and Historic Savannah collections. Each of the four upstairs rooms will accommodate a maximum of two people and the downstairs room will accommodate a maximum of three people.... We have two parlors and an outside courtyard where you can relax and enjoy your day.... We serve a full hot breakfast at 8:30 a.m. each day. Brownies and sherry and a variety of other beverages are always available for our guests, as is free Wi-Fi.... We are located at the SW corner of Forsyth Park. All historic attractions are within walking distance; the walk through Forsyth Park to the river is rated the most beautiful walk in the city.... We have maps, guide books, tour and restaurant information; the trolley company we recommend will pick you up here at no extra charge. ... Lighted tennis courts, a health food store, our great neighborhood fair-trade coffee shop, and fine dining are just down the street. ... Minimum age for registered guests is 21; however, children over 16 accompanied by a parent are welcome.... No pets.... Your arrival time is important to you, and it is important to us. We will be here to meet you at the time you designate. If your arrival time changes, please notify us ASAP.
5 on February 26, 2015
No more Hotels - ever!! I am sold!! B & B 's are the way to go....We stayed here for the first time ever in a B & B and were so impressed. Clean, comfortable, cozy, warm, great food, great company - what more could you ask???
5 on February 22, 2015
When you visit a city for the first time, you hope to find a welcoming base for exploration. Park Avenue Manor (and owners Maurice and Glenn) served that purpose splendidly. My wife and I loved the charming Victorian manor, Maurice's delicious breakfasts and insightful tips on what to see and do, and the manor's location at the southern end of Forsythe Park (close enough to the historic center to walk to but far enough away to avoid the noise and parking hassles). We stayed for four nights and loved the ambience --- conversing with an eclectic and interesting group of fellow travelers each morning in the intimate breakfast room and, in the evening, in front of the fireplace in the parlor room. As we left Savannah, my wife remarked that The Park Avenue Manor was the perfect setting for our stay in this beautiful city.
5 on January 31, 2015
Our recent stay at Park Avenue Manor was wonderful. Our room, the Georgia Suite, was beyond comfortable, beautifully appointed, and just charming. The two parlors and dining room on the main floor were inviting--homey in a cozy, but elegant way. I especially enjoyed the gas fireplace that was always burning brightly in the parlor. Made me just want to sit and relax with my glass of sherry. Loved breakfast each morning with the other guests. We have every intention of staying at Park Avenue Manor the next time we visit Savannah. We found the location to be very easy to navigate to and from, and Maurice and Glenn were so accommodating and made us feel completely at home.
5 on January 23, 2015
Our recent stay at Park Ave Manor was top notch!! Maurice and Glenn were very hospitable , we will definitely return--it felt like home!!!
5 on January 22, 2015
We have just had a wonderful stay with Maurice and Glenn at Park Avenue Manor. What a beautiful and unique home. Very cozy, warm and inviting. As a guest, their entire home is available to you. Lovely sitting rooms. Maurice and Glenn pay close attention to detail in all aspects of their B&B, from posting the weather each morning to providing sherry, tea and coffee along with brownies for their guests each afternoon when they return from their exploration of Savannah. Our breakfast each morning was beautifully prepared and delicious. In good weather, there's a lovely patio outside to relax and enjoy. Their location at the southwest corner of Forsyth Park was perfect...an excellent starting point each morning for exploring Savannah. Maurice and Glenn were always available to us and were only too eager to share their knowledge and recommendations as well as to help with any arrangements. We strongly recommend their B&B as an ideal place to stay in Savannah. One of very favourite B&B's!
4.6 on December 28, 2014
Our first attempt at gathering family away from home now that the kids are adults was spent at the Park Avenue Manor. Great accommodations with holiday charm at the Manor topped off the trip. Owners Maurice & Glenn were wonderful hosts with lots of suggestions on where to eat and things to do. Loved walking in Forsyth Park, always in awe of the trees. Hope to do it again!
5 on December 28, 2014
I spent 4 nights over the Christmas Holidays at the Park Avenue Manor. The Parlors were decorated beautifully in the Christmas Victorian Style with the added touch of a warm glow from the fireplace. The Inn itself was decorated beautifully and was very clean, and the breakfasts were excellent. Coffee, tea, soft drinks and water was available at all times, as well as their famous brownies and sherry. I loved that it was next to the Forsyth Park and was walking distance from downtown Savannah. Maurice and Glenn were most helpful in suggestions of what to see and do and were wonderful hosts! This is my 2nd stay at their Inn and I must say each time their hospitality is even more amazing! Thank you so much I will surely be back!
5 on December 27, 2014
My last active duty station (1976) having been Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF), we have learned our way around Savannah over the years and have enjoyed its various lodging establishments (particularly its Bed and Breakfasts). Each December, the week before Christmas, we travel to Savannah to celebrate our Anniversary. Last December (2013) we found this "gem", and this year we returned for a four-night stay in the Georgia Suite to celebrate our 49th (with my wife's Mom--her first time in Savannah and first time staying in a bed and breakfast--she was thrilled). The ambiance, warmth and charm of this beautifully furnished Victorian home, coupled with the personal attention to detail by the hosts, Maurice and Glenn, clearly sets it apart from the other Savannah B&B offerings. The breakfasts are personally prepared by Glenn and Maurice each morning, and are served in an intimate dining room setting. Sherry and brownies await guests throughout the day (as does "Red", the outside cat), and complimentary soft drinks and water can be found in the refrigerators. The beds are very comfortable and the sleep quality is excellent. Give the Park Avenue Manor a try--you won't be disappointed. We'll be back again and again; and thanks, Maurice and Glenn, for all you do to make our stays so very enjoyable! John, Margaret and Eudine
5 on November 22, 2014
This bed and breakfast comes highly recommended in fact I would say is a must stay when in Savannah. The hosts are a delight and full of all kinds of information and tips on everything Savannah. The photos are exactly as pictured and the breakfasts are wonderful. Sitting around the communal table with all the guests getting tips on Savannah was a highlight each morning.
5 on November 17, 2014
I LOVE the Park Avenue Manor and Maurice and Glenn. I've stayed 4 times and each time I feel like I am family. They are welcoming, gracious hosts who treat me like royalty. The manor is Victorian-period, beautifully decorated, rooms are painted in wonderful hues, and the breakfasts are always delicious. They have coffee and sherry (my favorite!) available 7/24. I stay for the Half Marathon and they so thoughtfully provide 'goody bags' for the runners and walkers to take to the start line. They are conveniently located right next to Forsyth Park, which is the finish line location. How great is that? Love the Manor, love these guys! Peg from Gloucester Point VA
The Savannah Room honors the steamship Savannah. Sailing to Liverpool, England, from Savannah, Georgia, in 1819, it was the first steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean. This room is upstairs and is furnished with a queen size four-poster bed, fireplace, antique armoire, sitting area, desk and period Savannah engravings and memorabilia.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $179
The Robert E. Lee Room honors the general and gentleman for whom it is name. This room is upstairs and furnished with a queen size four-poster bed, fireplace, antique armoire, sitting area, desk and period Savannah and R. E. Lee engravings and memorabilia.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $179
The Colony Room honors Georgia, the thirteenth colony, and its founder, General James Edward Oglethorpe. This room is upstairs the original brick and moreder fireplace and is furnished with a queen size canopy bed, antique armoire, sitting area, desk and period Savannah engravings and memorabilia.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $179
The Ellen Kelly Room honors the woman for whom this house was built in 1889. This room is upstairs and furnished with a queen size canopy bed, fireplace, antique armoire, small library, sitting area and period Savannah engravings and memorabilia.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $179
The Georgia Suite has a large bedroom and an attached den area. The bedroom has a king-size four-poster bed, an antique armoire, wing-back chair, large HDTV, and a fireplace. There is also a collection of beautiful watercolor paintings by locally renowned artist Wayne Chambers. The den area has a twin daybed, wing-back chair, antique parlor table, microwave, refrigerator, small HDTV and books and memorabilia of local and state interest. There is also a private entrance to the back courtyard.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $199
Forsyth Park, Historic \Victorian District, Downtown
Savannah, GA (SAV) 20 miles
From I-95, take Highway 16E Exit 99A to Savannah. From Highway 16, take Exit 166, Gwinnett St. Take a RIGHT onto Gwinnett, stay on until you reach a T-intersection, facing Forsyth Park. Turn RIGHT onto Whitaker St., a one-way street going south. A few blocks ahead, marking the end of the park, is a yellow flashing light overhead. This is Park Avenue; turn RIGHT. We are the second building on your left. Just remember: three right turns; and SW corner of Forsyth Park.Your arrival time is important to you, and it is important to us. We will be here to meet you at the time you designate when you make your reservation. If you have a change in your arrival plans, please give us a call. Then park your car, ring the doorbell, and welcome to Savannah!
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Telephone , Guest refrigerator, Iron/ironing board, Maps & tourist information, Complementary refreshments 24/7
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Golfing, Kayaking, Trolley tours, Riverboat cruise, Carriage tours, Ghost tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Water sports
Maurice Norman & Glenn Gaylord
Maurice is your host/innkeeper and chef. Glenn is the behind-the-scenes innkeeper and resident CPA. We look forward to your visit!
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian