Featured on Wheel of Fortune, and Savannah's local top-rated foodie program "Eat It and Like It", Zeigler House Inn exemplifies the Old South charm in the Savannah historic district. Located on Savannah's most prominent residential street, brick-cobbled Jones Street, this top-pick B&B offers a magnificent place to stay and soak up a quintessential Savannah experience. Kentucky-born caterer-turned-innkeeper Jackie Heinz will introduce you to the gentlefolk and her top picks in downtown Savannah's world-famous historic district, while showcasing the 19th century Italianate mansion. Built by Salzberg lumber merchant Solomon Zeigler in 1856, the prominent neighborhood is wrapped in the world-famous green Live Oak canopies and Spanish moss tinsel. Uniquely, all suites feature a kitchen or kitchenette. Wi-Fi, in-suite breakfast, daily home made pastries plus Friday & Saturday hors d'eovres and wine are included in the lodging rate. Ask about suites with the added relaxation of a whirlpool tub, private entrances and outdoor patio with fountain. All our rooms feature custom king beds with luxury bedding, private bath, cable TV, CD / DVD player, a generously stocked refrigerator, microwave, toaster and coffee pot. Rates are from $159/nightly, depending on season and day of the week. Limited off-street parking.
5 on June 25, 2013
We spent a night here recently & love it! Jackie's a great hostess & has thought of everything. Our room was so comfortable & well-furnished, plus very conveniently located on a brick, tree-lined street just off Whitaker. Jackie recommended the Crystal Beer Parlour for dinner, a 2 block walk; the food was excellent, very reasonable, & just the right amt of rowdy! Thnx for everything, Jackie!
5 on March 11, 2013
We had a lovely stay at the Zeigler House, and really felt comfortable. Jackie was so kind and helpful, and made us feel at home in her gorgeous Inn. Savannah is great, but staying at the Zeigler House made it that much better.
3.0 on October 20, 2011
Nice bed and breakfast in a terrific location. Our room was lovely with a comfy bed, but quite small with no comfortable chairs. For the price, we were disappointed with the breakfast. Food is left in the room and there is no cooked breakfast. An excessive amount of heavy pastries (enough for 6 people which seemed wasteful) were left along with the most ordinary fruits:, apples (red delicious, the least appealing of apples) and bananas which were not ripe so we could not eat them. Also, cold cereal, yogurt, and juices. This may be just fine for some, but compared to other bed and breakfasts we've visted in this price range, we found this to be not to our liking. However, if this is not a problem for you, this house is within walking distance to everything and parking was provided, another plus. Some road noise but not intolerable. We would also suggest not choosing a room on the first floor, which is really more like an exposed basement, located under the living room and dining room. These rooms have windows just inches away from the sidewalk on the side of the house, and we found it necessary to keep our blinds closed the entire time for privacy from pedestrians. All and all, OK, but we will try another B & B on our next visit to Savannah.
5 on June 05, 2011
The inn itself is gorgeous, and Jackie has done a great job decorating everything. We stayed in the French Country Room, with a private entrance on the garden level. Everything was stocked for us, including a daily assortment of baked goods that were as good or better than any you'll find in the city. The room itself was beautiful, furnished with antiques and well stocked with thick towels and robes. The bed was one of the most comfortable beds I've slept on while on vacation, and we loved that we had our own garden area to enjoy. We'll stay at the Zeigler House again, and recommend it to friends.
4.6 on March 15, 2011
We had a wonderful experience at The Zeigler House last Summer. After vacationing with three small children, my husband and I decided we needed a vacation to recover and The Zeigler House was the perfect place to get rejuvenated! Jackie makes the best breakfast pastries and we loved the en suite breakfast and social hour in the evening. I highly recommend The Zeigler House and its perfect Jones Street location as the place to stay in Savannah!!
Savannah, GA (SAV) 20 miles
Take I-95 South to I-16 E (Exit 99) into the Landmark Historic District. Take a right at the first traffic light which is Liberty Street, a right again onto Whitaker Street and another right on Jones Street. Zeigler House Inn is on the corner of Jones and Barnard streets.
Bed and Breakfast
Copier, Fax Machine, Piano, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , We will assist with special-occasion amenities and assist with top pick Savannah things to do. Sightseeing tours will pick up at the inn. We will assist with restaurant reservations. Savannah guests baskets are included with tour and entertainment add-on packages.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
200 Savannah festivals annually, Bicycle and scooter rentals are nearby, Foodie and Movie Tours may be arranged, Kayaking, paddling, bird watching are nearby, Fabulous walking in Savannah history district, Small weddings and family-size person chef caterer, Shopping, Sight-seeing
2 Cats , 1 Dog , parrot Others
Golf, skiing, cooking, decorating, arts and crafts, music.
Valid July 15 – August 28, 2014 stay, excluding holiday and special event dates. - Best available room at time of booking. - $169/night Monday-Thursday, plus tax. - Friday - Sunday is 15% off high season rates. - In-suite breakfast, afternoon pastries, hot and cold beverages, plus parking are included. ** Only good on new reservations booked after April 1, 2014 and before August 28, 2014 ** - Call 866-233-5307 or 912-233-5307.