***WINNER: "TOP 10 BEST INNS" in US - 2011-12 & "TOP 10 BEST INNKEEPERS" 2010-11*** FABULOUS FEBRUARY RATES! $119 - $129 week nights & $139 - $149 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 and one (Georgia Suite) downstairs, 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 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 when you make your reservation. If you have a change in your arr
Welcome to our home and The Savannah Room, which 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 furnished with a queen size four-poster bed, antique armoire and chairs, period Savannah engravings and memorabilia. The bed is dressed in handmade and vintage quilts, the windows with silk black-out draperies.Room is: upstairs, has sitting area, fireplace retro-fitted with blue-flame heater.
Welcome to our home and The Robert E. Lee Room, which honors the general and gentleman of that name. This room is furnished with a queen size four-poster bed, antique armoire and chairs, period Savannah and Lee engravings and memorabilia. The bed is dressed in handmade and vintage quilts, the windows with silk black-out draperies. Room is: Upstairs, has sitting area, fireplace retro-fitted with blue-flame heater.
Welcome to our home and The Colony Room, which honors Georgia, the thirteenth colony, and its founder, General James Edward Oglethorpe. This room is furnished with a queen size canopy bed, antique armoire, settee and chair, period Savannah engravings and memorabilia. The bed is dressed in handmade and vintage quilts, the windows with silk black-out draperies.Room is: Upstairs, has sitting area, fireplace retro-fitted with blue-flame heater.
Welcome to our home and The Ellen Kelly Room, which honors the woman for whom this house was built in 1889.This room is furnished with a queen size canopy bed, antique armoire and chairs, period Savannah engravings and memorabilia. The bed is dressed in handmade and vintage quilts, the windows with silk black-out draperies. Room is: Upstairs, has sitting area, fireplace retro-fitted with blue-flame heater.
The Georgia Suite has a large bedroom and an attached den area. The bedroom has a queen-size, four-poster bed, an antique armoire, wing-back chair, large TV, and a fireplace retro-fitted with a blue-flame heater. There is also a collection of beautiful watercolor paintings by locally renowned artist Wayne Chambers. The den area has a 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. The private full bathroom has a walk-in shower.
5 on February 26, 2014
We stayed during the 2014 Valentine's weekend. We have stayed in many hotels before but this was a first for a bed and breakfast. My wife and I were both of the opinion that Park Avenue Manor was truly the cleanest place we have stayed in. Loved all the extra touches, such as brownies and sherry, excellent selection of reading materials and advice that only locals can offer. The price was also very reasonable and in fact, was less expensive than most hotels. We will definitely return!
5 on February 03, 2014
My husband and I had a wonderful stay at Park Avenue Manor! Maurice & Glenn were so welcoming, had great suggestions for restaurants, and made us feel right at home. The breakfasts were delicious with generous portions, and the Savannah room was very cozy. We will certainly recommend to friends & family, and hope to return again soon!
5 on January 22, 2014
My mother and I were on a little tour of Charleston&Savannah and decided that bed and breakfasts were the best way to go. This was by far our greatest experience. Maurice and Glenn were wonderfully accomidating even before we arrived. The interior is just as charming as the exterior, with very comfy rooms and common area packed with plenty of good reading and information. I cannot adequately describe the southern deco, you'll have to check it out on the website. We were in the Georgia Suite, which was very comfortable with two uniquely decorated rooms. In addition to the well-thought-out features, the little touches like water and soda in the mini fridge, hair dryer and full-size toilitries in the bathroom, brownies and sherry in the common room, and a book of local menus under the antique telephone made all the difference. The breakfasts were delicious, well worth getting up "early" for a night owl such as myself. Meeting the other guests at breakfast was also a great time to swap stories and compare places of interest. The location is fantastic- in the Victorian District well within walking distance to the rest of downtown Savannah. We never had a problem parking (free!) and the neighborhood was quite safe with a southern homey feel. Though we had limited time, we had a lot of fun exploring Savannah. Thank you Glenn and Maurice for a wonderful stay, we will be back!
4.8 on January 13, 2014
I was in Savannah for the first time to attend a friend's wedding over New Year's Eve. Of course, we all know the city is rich with history, and I wanted to take the opportunity to take advantage of some quaint Southern hospitality--instead of using a chain hotel. I found the Park Avenue Manor via my friend's guide to the city, and booked a couple months ahead. From the beginning, Maurice & Glenn were in contact, making sure I had a plan for transportation from the area airport; I knew I had selected a good location for my stay. Once I arrived to Savannah, I was great by Maurice & given a mini tour of my temporary dwelling. The Manor is absolutely beautiful!!! The front parlor rooms were great for visiting with friends. And, as I'm sure everyone has mentioned, the entryway was stocked with delectable homemade brownie bites & sherry at all times!! I stayed in the Robert E. Lee room. It was impeccably decorated, with a nice size bathroom--even providing a blow-dryer & additional shampoos and conditioners; which was great since I forgot mine. The bed was dangerously comfortable, as I lay down for a "rest" upon arriving and woke up hours later! (Oops, that may have been a result from my not getting much sleep the night before.) Each morning started with a homemade breakfast by Glenn, shared with the company of the other guests. Glenn & Maurice are very willing to give you suggestions on what to do, with directions if needed. The Manor is very conveniently located within the Historic District of Savannah. The walk to my friend's wedding was only 5 minutes, and just another 15 to downtown for sites & shopping! The day of the wedding, some other guests & I met up to do a bicycle tour of the city and had an absolute blast!! I have already told my newlywed friends to check out the Park Avenue Manor upon their next visit, as well as a few other friends! I will definitely be a returning guest of Glenn & Maurice any time I visit Savannah!!
5 on December 19, 2013
From the moment you arrive at Park Avenue Manor, you know you have made the perfect B&B choice. Your hosts will take such good care of you, that you will not want to leave. The rooms are cozy and inviting and the entire house is so beautifully decorated. Each morning, we enjoyed getting to know the other guests over a full breakfast that was more than just delicious. And it was especially nice to have immediate access to someone familiar enough with the area that our questions could be answered quickly. This is most certainly the perfect place to stay when in Savannah and is highly recommended as it is an excellent choice.
Forsyth Park, Historic \Victorian District, Downtown
Savannah, GA (SAV) 20 miles
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, Bicycle riding trails, Golfing, Kayaking, Riverboat cruise, Trolley tours, Ghost tours, Carriage tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Water sports
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Iron/ironing board, Maps & tourist information, Complementary refreshments 24/7, Guest refrigerator
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