AWARD WINNING B&B: TOP 10 BEST INNS in US; TOP 10 BEST INNKEEPERS in US; BEST OF THE SOUTH. May - June rates: as low as $159 per night 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. Our rooms are furnished with antiques and Historic Savannah collections. Each of the four upstairs rooms will accommodate a maximum of two 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 ju
5 on July 12, 2015
For my first time in a B&B, this was great. It was so nice to meet the other guests saying at the house. Meeting every morning for coffee and then going for a full cooked breakfast was so nice. Maurice and Glenn could not have been better hosts. They were very helpful in telling us what to see on our first trip to Savannah and how to get there. I am sure we will be going back to Savannah and staying at the Park Avenue Manor. Terry and Mike PS. You must remember this is not a Hotel which is what makes it so special.
5 on June 09, 2015
Park Avenue Manor is a delightful B and B. Maurice was attentive, informative and kind. He graciously accommodated my request for vegetarian breakfasts. We stayed in the Savannah room and it was comfortable, clean and quiet. The B and B is conveniently located at the south end of Forsyth Park--the only time we used our car during the week we were there was to go to Tybee Island. Everything you might want to see in the historic district is within walking distance. Maurice also gave us great suggestions about what to see first, about great restaurants and overall he just helped to make our stay marvelous. I would definitely stay there again when I am in Savannah.
5 on May 24, 2015
Located at the southwest corner of Forsyth Park, on a quiet street with easy parking, this is an excellent choice at a reasonable price, away from the hustle of the downtown area. Maurice and Glenn are gracious hosts, providing a great family style breakfast where guests can chat freely and get to know each other. There is a Keurig coffee maker and sherry available all day, a double-sized parlor, and a lovely outdoor garden. The tour companies will pick up and return guests to the house, so we hardly used our car the two days we spent there. The nearest Dot bus stop is about 5 minutes walk, which is a free service that covers the historic district. The river is about 20~25 minutes walking distance. The rooms are clean and well stocked with the usual amenities, including free wi-fi, satellite TV, toiletries and adequate storage space. All in all, an excellent value.
5 on May 21, 2015
We stayed for two days and had a wonderful visit to Savannah. Very comfortable room and excellent breakfast in the morning. Met with fellow travelers to share experiences in Savannah and get tips for further adventures. Maurice is a wonderful host and helped to make our vacation memorable.
4.0 on May 19, 2015
My husband and I very much enjoyed our two-night stay at Park Avenue Manor. We were welcomed warmly by Maurice who explained all the amenities and gave us great tourist and restaurant recommendations. Everything was immaculate and beautiful, and the breakfasts were delicious. We had to switch rooms for the second night, and the staff moved all our belongings for us so that when we came back after our day out, everything was ready for us in the new room, the Georgia Suite. The location was wonderful for walking through Forsyth Park and the historical district of Savannah down to the waterfront. If we ever make it to Savannah again, we will surely consider staying here again, as well as recommend it to friends.
5 on May 12, 2015
We chose the Park Manor because of its perfect location on a quiet residential street steps to the magnificent Forsyth Park, short walk to good restaurants, and ten minute shuttle bus to downtown historic area. That was good enough; however, we soon realized this B&B was different than the many we have visited before. Our hosts Maurice and Glenn has anticipated every detail for making guests comfortable, entertained, and safe. This beautifully decorated Victorian home is a study of efficient use of space and is very well maintained. From Maurice's elegant breakfasts to our evening wine in the courtyard, this was truly an extraordinary experience in travel accommodations. Savannah has a real treasure here!
5 on May 10, 2015
Our stay for our 20th anniversary was made very special by Maurice and Glenn at the Park Avenue Manor B&B - within walking distance to everything - the Victorian atmosphere and close proximity to everything Savannah has to offer can't be beat - spend some time at Forsyth Park and enjoy quiet time in the courtyard begin the house with Red the resident outdoor cat. Great experience and fantastic breakfast both mornings of our stay. Great hosts - great experience.
5 on April 04, 2015
We've stayed at the Park Manor on multiple occasions and have never failed to be impressed by the hospitality, ambience, cleanliness, and attention to detail. We love the breakfasts, which prepare you for a day of walking and sightseeing around Savannah. In the evening, we look forward to returning "home" to enjoy a brownie and sherry in the elegant Victorian parlor. Maurice and Glen are the ultimate hosts, who cater to their guests every need. And, we've developed a special fondness for "Red", the outdoor cat who might grace you with his presence while you sit in the garden enjoying the sun. But, beware, he may make a stealth run for the front door hoping to enter before you close the door! :-)
3.6 on March 24, 2015
Casa bellissima e accogliente a due passi dal parco della città. Il proprietario Maurice è una persona disponibile e squisita, che ci ha accolto come amici. Bella la colazione tutti insieme e l'atmosfera intima. Lo consiglio vivamente!
5 on March 09, 2015
Park Avenue Manor is absolutely the best B&B we have ever stayed in, both in the US and Europe! Maurice could not have been a finer host. From his wonderful breakfasts to spot-on suggestions for where to go and what to see his attention to his guests was superb. We met some wonderful new friends and despite cold rainy weather we thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
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
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, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Tours
Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player , Guest refrigerator, Iron/ironing board, Maps & tourist information, Complementary refreshments 24/7
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Trolley tours, Riverboat cruise, Carriage tours, Ghost tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian