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Voted one of the "Top 10 Romantic Inns in America" the Foley House Inn overlooks moss-draped Chippewa Square, the filming site of Forrest Gump. Precisely in the center of the Landmark Historic District, all the 23 beautifully landscaped squares, restuarants, galleries and boutiques are within walking distance. Like casual sophistication? You'll like the luxurious and saavy interiors of the inn with a British Colonial theme. Orchids, paintings, faux wall treatments and an old world feeling adorn this smart twin-townhouse inn. All 18 guestrooms are luxurious, most with working fireplaces and some with giant jacuzzis, balconies and porches. Enjoy a full breakfast in the sunken grotto garden or garden courtyard or premium wines during the Evening Hospitality Hour as the Innkeeper entertains at the grand piano. Take a carriage ride to dinner, stop by a jazz club while walking back. Be awed by the splendid architecture all around you. Come to the Foley House, it's Simply Savannah: romance. history. great bistros. great walking. the riverfront and beach. It's simply superb!
5 on February 15, 2014
I was visiting Savannah this week on business and decided to divert from my usual chain hotel to try out the Foley House Inn. Amazing! I don't know how I'll stand to go back to the generic, bland and uninspiring world of hotels off the highway. My room, 102--I can't recall the name--was lovely, clean and cozy. The staff were super friendly and accommodating and the location is just perfect. I was able to walk to a variety of great places to eat and get coffee. Frankly, I didn't need to do too much dining away from the inn. They're very generous with the afternoon treats (try the shortbread), wine and hors d'oeuvres in the evening.
3.8 on December 17, 2013
We stayed for 3 nights in the Essex room. The staff was very friendly and attentive. One fireplace in our room did not work when we checked in due to the pilot light being out. After a couple of reminders, they got if fixed the next day. The room was adjacent to the office and close to the ice machine and employee area so it was not quiet. We could hear doors (cabinets?) slamming (a lot) and ice being scooped starting early in the morning. Would have preferred more peace and quiet in the mornings. Nice place with a good breakfast and cool period furnishings.
4.8 on February 09, 2013
My husband and I stayed at the Foley Inn while visiting Savannah recently. We have stayed at bed and breakfast inns in other cities, but never in Savannah. The staff at Foley House provided better service than any place we have ever stayed! If we needed reservations, the concierge on duty was ready and willing to make reservations for us. Tyler, the concierge on duty the nights we stayed, was very helpful when we asked him about different restaurants. He marked up a map for us, told us which ones to avoid, and offered to make reservations if we needed them. I was worried about dressing too casually, but Tyler reassured me that Savannah was very laid back when it came to dress codes. He couldn't have been more helpful! When we arrived, Ed wouldn't think of letting us carry our own luggage. Even though it was raining, he came to the car and carried out bags in for us. The food was delicious! You will not find better iced tea anywhere! These Georgians know their tea! Great food, great room, and great staff! Keep it up, Foley House!
4.6 on October 02, 2011
My husband and I wanted to get married in Savannah in 7/7/07, and we chose the Foley House!!! They were amazing, they gave us all the contact information we needed to have a very memorable wedding ceremony! They went above and beyond to accomodate us!! The room was spectacular, the food was amazing! The service was second to none!! and our housekeeper, she was great!! We asked her to attend and witness our union and she also helped me get ready!! We will keep coming back for our anniversary, we even plan to move to Savannah because of this experience!! Thanks Foley House for Everything!!!
5 on March 24, 2011
My wife and I have been guests a couple of times at the Foley House in Savannah, and the staff , rooms, and overall enjoyment of our stay gets better every time. Alison and Grant are gracious hosts, and I cannot express enough the feeling of home that you experience while in their stay. I would recommend anyone that enjoys a comfortable room, gracious service, and friendly atmosphere spend their time while in Savannah at the Foley House. ( The B&B stands for Better and Better) Lois & Carl
5 on May 24, 2010
LOVED this place!!! Not only did it look exactly like it does on its website with BIG well-appointed rooms, the place oozed with Southern charm and hospitality. From the minute we got there, we were greeted with a smile and it only got better from there. Such a courteous and helpful staff, wonderfully yummy breakfasts that we looked forward to every morning, afternoon treats and "sweet tea" (another Southern thing that we loved!), and the best appetizers with some wine in the parlor every evening before dinner--we did not want to leave! EASY to walk everywhere...overlooks a beautiful and quiet square...lovely and quiet courtyard where we enjoyed both breakfasts and late night wine. Can't say enough about this place--everything was top notch and we'd recommend it to everyone! We will be back next time we're in Savannah!
1.6 on May 07, 2010
Reserved a room with a private patio garden for myself and my 73 year old mother who has a bad hip and walks with a cane. After climbing the entrance stairway to the lobby, we were warmly greeted, checked in and then the staff expected my elderly mother to walk up two long stairways to our room. I explained I had reserved the room with the patio garden because I expected it to be on the ground floor. The staff said the room was no longer available and they had "upgraded" us to a room on the 4th floor. I explained to them my mother could not climb all those stairs. I should have gone with my 1st instinct to leave and find another B&B. They explained the AC in the room we had reserved didn't work but they had another room on the ground floor but it would have to be cleaned. We waited a very short amount of time and were taken to the new room. It was lovely, but when we returned to the room after dinner and turned down the bed it was clearly evident the pillow cases had been changed but the sheets had not and I had to ask for clean sheets and make the bed. Very disappointing and I would never recommend this B&B.
3.0 on January 04, 2010
Very nice B&B. As a bonus, we were told it is also haunted. My wife and I enjoyed ourself. Central to all old town Savanah as well as the river front. Parking on the street was a negative.
5 on September 13, 2009
Our check in went smoothy and our room was gorgeous. We enjoyed cocktails with other guests and then went to dinner. Upon our return we were delighted to find chocolates and rose petals on our turned down bed. We were celebrating our 35th wedding anniversary. Breakfast in the morning was equally as good. Wonderful wonderful place.
4.4 on August 07, 2009
Very nice place to stay. Enjoyed Savannah
The room features a king British four-poster bed, with exposed brick walls, beamed ceiling, a working fireplace, and country pine chest and armoire. A cozy and intimate room, ever so cool in the long Savannah summer, with a working fireplace for the nippy air in winter. The Foley House Inn includes a full "southern style" gourmet breakfast, an afternoon selection of sweets, savories and tea and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. Evening port is served fireside in the parlor. All is included complimentary with your room price. AAA 4-Diamond.
One of our carriage house rooms overlooking the grotto courtyard and fountain pond, this room features original art, a table seating area with Queen Anne exposed wood chairs and a carved wooden French armoire. Quiet and intimate, the room also features a king size mahogany four-poster English bed with Egyptian cotton coverlet. The Foley House Inn includes a full "southern style" gourmet breakfast, an afternoon selection of sweets, savories and tea and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. Evening port is served fireside in the parlor. All is included complimentary with you room price.
This room features a queen size four-poster bed, with a small English writing desk, seating area with plush, wing-back chairs, and a 42" flat screen - High Definition TV. The room directly overlooks the grotto courtyard and ever- babbling Savannah Fountain to lull you to sleep. The Foley House Inn includes a full "southern style" gourmet breakfast, an afternoon selection of sweets, savories and tea and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. Evening port is served fireside in the parlor. All is included complimentary with you room price. AAA 4-Diamond
A bright room with king size four-poster rice bed is complimented with an Egyptian cotton duvet and a French oak carved armoire, a sitting area with exposed maple parlor chairs and a breakfast table near the window that overlooks the Savannah Fountain pond in the grotto courtyard. Original art and a French empire mirror compliment the stay. The Foley House Inn includes a full "southern style" gourmet breakfast, an afternoon selection of sweets, savories and tea and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. Evening port is served fireside in the parlor. All is included complimentary. AAA 4-Diamond
A king size four poster rice bed with Egyptian cotton duvet and matching carved French oak armoire. Your window overlooks our grotto courtyard and the babbling Savannah Fountain Pond for peaceful sleeping. Original art and a carved French mirror compliment your room. The Foley House Inn includes a full "southern style" gourmet breakfast, an afternoon selection of sweets, savories and tea and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. Evening port is served fireside in the parlor. All is included complimentary with you room price. AAA 4-Diamond.
This garden level room features an English period King Bed with beamed ceilings, 42 inch flat screen high definition TV, working fireplace, Chippendale table and chairs, and a private entrance to its own garden patio area to enjoy morning coffee and afternoon wine. Wonderfully cool, intimate and private. The Foley House Inn includes a full "southern style" gourmet breakfast, an afternoon selection of sweets, savories and tea and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. Evening port is served fireside in the parlor. All is included complimentary with your room price. AAA 4-Diamond.
This French country garden themed room offers the hint of Provance yet set in the walled courtyard of old Savannah. Two walls of French door windows, a queen light oak bed, and a working pot-belly fireplace. The room features a private entrance to our lush courtyard garden. The Foley House Inn includes a full "southern style" gourmet breakfast, an afternoon selection of sweets, savories and tea and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. Evening port is served fireside in the parlor. All is included complimentary with your room price. AAA 4-Diamond.
City Historic District
Savannah, GA (SAV) 17 miles
From I-95 take I-16 East for 10 miles until it turns into Montgomery St. Take first right onto Liberty St; pass thru one light (Whittaker) and turn left onto next street (Bull). Bull immediately runs into Chippewa Square. Go 3/4 around the square, the inn is on the right at 14 W. Hull. Park in loading zone in front of inn.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Secretarial services, Washer/dryer, Wet bar , Park Setting, Walk to restaurants, Personal itiniaries, Spa Services, Garden Courtyard, Balconies
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Computer, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Walking the Squares, Antiquing, Ahchitectual tours, Garden Walks, Music Festivals, Film Festivals, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Allisen and Grant Rogers
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , upon request
Salmon Cake w/creamy dill sauce
A scrumptous, hearty dish. homemade salmon cake with fresh dill, corn and other savory herbs, topped with poached egg and creamy dill sauce, served on a bed of boursin cheese grits.
Book a carriage house room this weekend for $169 per night. Includes a full southern breakfast, afternoon sweets & tea and evening wine social hour.