4.0 on February 11, 2014
Comfortable and friendly B&B with a great location for walking historic Savannah. We would go back for a second visit.
3.8 on January 16, 2014
Until just recently we had not visited Savannah in a number of years. We began our relationship with the Inn during the eighties and over a period of about fifteen or so years we stayed in most of the rooms available in the two buildings. We started at a rate of $38 per night. We always enjoyed our visits and the genuine hospitality provided. It was a nice surprise to see that the accommodations have been expanded and even more pleased with how great the total experience has remained. Jim and Sue Trapnell Marietta, GA
4.6 on January 14, 2014
We had a wonderful time at the B&B and I wanted to share our experieince of our stay. We were in the Jasmine room which is on the same level as the concierge and parlor. Our room was very cozy and we loved the fact that we could step out of our room and look out into the courtyard. We got in late but were able to find a parking space where we didnt have to move our car for the entire stay! We were able to walk to one of the recommended restaurants and eat dinner and peach pie to die for. That was followed up by a wonderful breakfast at the Inn which was very tasty! We also enjoyed the fact that the location was very convenient for walking into town or back towards the parks and squares. We were able to walk to Bay Street within 10 minutes which was great. Overall our stay was wonderful; the accomodations were great, I loved the cats, we enjoyed the cookies and breakfast was just right. The staff was very friendly and unobtrusive. We will definitely plan to stay again when we are in Savannah; thank you to you and your staff for a great get away.
4.2 on January 11, 2014
My research showed Savannah's Bed & Breakfast Inn had great prices, superb location, and a killer breakfast. We were not disappointed. We parked the car and walked throughout the river and historical districts for four days. The service was especially friendly and helpful. They even adapted to gluten-free needs with a flair. Highly recommended.
5 on September 20, 2013
We stayed here this past weekend and were so happy that we chose this inn!Atmosphere was very romantic and accomodations were perfect.The bed was soooo comfortable and we had a great nights sleep.Breakfasts were delicious ---as were the desserts at tea time and freshly baked cookies at bedtime.The location is very good and convenient to most of the places we wanted to see.We enjoyed it so much,we didnt want to leave!!
4.0 on August 04, 2013
My husband and I visited Savannah for our wedding anniversary Aug. 2-4. We booked the Inkeeper's Special, which is a discounted rate for those willing to change rooms throughout their stay. We stayed in both the Turkish and Egyptian rooms, and enjoyed them both. I recommend you stay on the top floor (if you're able to climb narrow stairs), because this historical inn is a bit creaky! We could easily walk into historical downtown within 10-15 minutes. It was a great value for the location.
3.6 on July 08, 2013
My husband and I spent two nights in the Lane Cottage, which is located in the former carriage house of one of the townhouses that make up this inn. It was clean, had a full kitchen and sitting area downstairs, and a bedroom, bathroom, and walk in closet upstairs. Be aware that the king size bed is really two twins pushed together with a passable bridge between the two so that it is not too noticeable, but you may find it irritating if you have back problems or want to sleep right in the middle of the bed. Check-in was easy, and the staff very helpful in explaining the inn's procedures as well as in providing maps of Savannah and marking whatever items you request on the maps. Breakfast is served in the dining room of the main town house, and there were options to choose from (chef's savory special, chef's sweet special, and healthy). The food was good; in fact, our first day the dish was a sausage and vegetable quiche that was amazingly delicious! This B&B is located in the quieter part of Savannah's Historic District right on Chatham Square, and approximately one block from the northwestern corner of Forsyth Park. The inn has a number of rooms spread across several of the townhouses on the block, providing options for those who wish to have private entrances to their accommodations. There is plenty of on-street parking in the area, and the inn is within a 15 (or less) walk of River Street, the Juliette Gordon Low House, Colonial Park Cemetery, and most of Savannah's well known restaurants such as the Olde Pink House. The Mercer-Williams House (of "Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil" fame) is only a couple of blocks away. Bottom line: convenient location, good rooms, good food, and helpful service.
4.6 on March 30, 2013
We were celebrating our 35th anniversary and planned to return to Savannah. We had always stayed on Tybbe but this time wanted something different. So we decided to stay in the B & B. As I said earlier we had never stayed in a B&B before and didn't really know what to expect. I had read many on the reviews and got a mixed bag of opinions. After I booked we had several problems with scheduling vacation and work. I had to change our reservation 3 times but the staff took very good care of os and with no complaint to us. After we finally got that settled and had the Tomochichi room reserved I read more reviews. Some good and some not. Well I don't know where the ones that gave it a poor review stayed but our experince was wonderful. The breakfasts tasted good and presented beautifully. The staff was well informed about the area, helpful and so very friendly. We had the pleasure of meeting the owner, who was friendly as well. He came in to eat while we were havinv our breakfast. I reccommend the Savannah Bed and Breakfast to anyone who wanted to see the beautiful city and historical buildings.
4.0 on February 08, 2013
My boyfriend and I stayed here for a night for our anniversary. We booked a cottage room, and loved it! The cottages are separated from the main house by a courtyard, which makes them more private. The cottage we booked also had balcony that overlooks the courtyard. We both loved the location. The building is in the historic district, which means everything is in walking distance, but it is not in a heavy tourist traffic area, so it was peaceful and quiet. The staff members were friendly and helpful, and breakfast was delicious (homemade banana bread french toast with thick cut bacon and fresh fruit). We plan to stay again in the near future!
4.2 on January 30, 2013
Enjoyed our stay. Inexpensive for area. Loved walking through forsythe park to dinner.
4.6 on January 15, 2013
We're new to B&Bs, having only stayed in three, but this was our favorite by far. We stayed in the Jasmine Room. You should be warned that this is right next door to the dining room/staff workrooms, so you can hear the staff working. That's okay, they're generally quiet, but a few times we could hear conversations through the wall/door behind the wardrobe (and I'm sure that they could hear us, too). Honestly, the room was big, and very nice, although the heat was a little odd. The bathroom heated up quite a bit more than the main room, so you might want to keep the door open except when it's in use. The pictures of it on the B&B's website are fairly accurate, unlike some other B&Bs. Location is prime, right in the middle of where you'd want to be. Right next to Forsyth Park, it is easy to walk everywhere downtown. We would caution against taking breakfast at the B&B. Although we liked it because the owners were not trying to engage us in conversation at a set time, but, rather, serving as we liked, breakfast was not too good. It was a bit odd, but the menu does rotate. We ended up skipping it the next day, mainly because Savannah has so many good places to eat breakfast.
3.8 on December 28, 2012
We had a really nice stay. Everything was in good order. The inn is at the southern end of town close by Forsythe Park on one of the small, beautiful squares. It's a bit of walk to get up to the River St area but not too bad because there is plenty to see while walking and the weather wasn't too bad just before Xmas. I guess we only had a couple things we were disappointed with as far as the inn. We had the Tree Top room and it is located about 5 doors down the street from the building with the office where breakfast and tea was served so it's not very convenient. The Tree Top room is on the 3rd level so we had a lot of stairs to climb and my g/f was having foot problems....not fun. We knew the situation with the stairs when booking though so I can't complain too much. The shower was a little weak also. Otherwise, this was a really nice place to stay for the price and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to friends.
3.4 on December 03, 2012
This is a beautiful B&B in a quiet area and a great location. The parking was free which was great, the room was clean and comfortable. I would recommend it to anyone traveling to Savannah. My only criticism is that the breakfasts were only mediocre.
5 on November 26, 2012
We just arrived home from a 10 day trip to Charleston, Savannah and Fort Myers. The whole trip was great but our favourite Bad and Breakfast was Savannah`s Bed and Breakfast. The staff was SO helpful and suggested restaurants, trolly tours etc. and also booked them for us. My husband loved it so much and raved about the room, food, court yard and service. This place was done with so much care and attention to detail! It really is centrally located and added to our complete Savannah experience. Thanks so much for your pursuit of excellence in the Bad and Breakfast industry!
2.8 on November 04, 2012
Although advertised as a "queen" bed, the Jasmine is a double. Everything else was as-advertised and as-reviewed by others - a good value.
4.0 on September 08, 2012
My husband and I along with our friends stayed for the Labor Day Weekend, the staff was very helpful. Gave us directions and recommendations to some great places to eat, and we didn't have to pay for parking. The location is close and within short walking distance to almost everything in the historic district. We stayed in the Live Oak room. It was very large and spacious, but didn't prefer it having no balcony and separate from the communal courtyard. Our friends stayed in the Ivy Cottage, and that room was fantastic. The price was very fair (given it a holiday weekend) and we will definitely go there again!
2.8 on July 10, 2012
Lovely historic home and nice outside area. Inside could use more social seating. Rooms near stairway are not very restful as every noise is heard and so is kitchen noise. Good experience overall
2.6 on July 06, 2012
The inn requires guests to complete a breakfast voucher with the number of breakfasts and a scheduled time each day. This is inconvenient for the guests and something I have never had to do in any other B & B. The cottage we reserved was not available due to an emergency, so we stayed the first night in the Red Cottage. The toilet did not work properly; the shower curtain rod and shower head were rusty. Due to the toilet clogging up, we were late to our breakfast "appointment" and our food was cold, even though we called and told the desk about our problem and that we would be late. The following day, we asked to move to the cottage we reserved, the Cottage on the Lane. In order to get to this cottage, we had to walk out the front door, down the street, around the corner and down the alley behind the property - past dumpsters and trash cans. I was unhappy about walking down the alley when returning to the room at night, but the gentleman who took us there seemed oblivious to my concern. Later, I went to the main house to complete our breakfast voucher, he called and offered to change our room to the Ivy Cottage. The Ivy Cottage was not clean, and we thought that maybe it hadn't been used in a while and that it would be cleaned the following day. It was not.
4.8 on June 15, 2012
This was my first trip to this historic city and we could not have picked a better place to stay. It was beautiful inside and out. It was exactly what I pictured a B&B in Savannah to be. The period furniture and design of the rooms took me back to the old south. The breakfast was wonderful and service was great, and it was within walking distance of the places we wished to see. We will return. L. Richardson PS: I really loved the milk and fresh baked cookies each night.
5 on May 29, 2012
My fiancee and I booked at the last minute, and opted for the manager's special (only catch is they may move you, but we lucked out and got to stay in one of their nicer rooms both nights, for about half what some others were paying. This isn't your typical B&B, with a few unique rooms, in a private house. This is really more like an inn, but with all the B&B-type amenities (minus the owners who usually spend time chatting with you, making suggestions on where to eat, what to see, etc.) The breakfasts were delicious, with variety and options (and staff were willing to accommodate special requests). You could get afternoon tea and treats, bedtime milk and cookies (seriously!). And of course the location was absolutely perfect. It was far enough away from some of the busier sections of historic Savannah to be quiet, but close enough to walk to pretty much everything you wanted to see or do. The staff were also willing to book tours or excursions or make reservations for you (one tip: don't bother with the ghost tour in Savannah. After doing one in New Orleans a few days before, I was extremely disappointed with it. It was much more about snapping pictures and hoping to see something — dust motes, usually — than it was about the history.) Do eat at the Olde Pink House (best make a reservation, or wait an hour for a table) or at 1790, both were delicious. Both are within walking distance from this place.
5 on May 03, 2012
My husband and I took the Manager's Special for 3 nites and had a beautiful room, actually nicer than our friends who spent double on theirs. Breakfast was great and so were the snacks. I tried the healthy breakfast one day and the staff was very accomidating because another guest that had that same breakfast asked for eggs also and they made her special request. Each breakfast was made to order and the snacks and tea time were good too. The B&B is situated in a convienent location and you can walk to just about any place you want to. We look forward to staying with you next year!
2.6 on May 01, 2012
Not what I look for in a B & B. Stayed in 3 other B & B's on our way to Savannah and all others had friendly, homey owners who talked to you and gave suggestions on what to see, eat and/or how to get there. This is a Business B & B not a mom and pop one. Yes, I opted for the cheapest room but still did not expect to walk up 3 flights of stairs. Also did not get a good first impression as when we arrived exactly 1 hour earlier than check-in we were told to come back in one hour - no offer of relax, have a coffee and we will advise you when room is ready. Regret not finding another B & B and footing the added expense
3.4 on February 27, 2012
My husband gave me a trip to Savannah for my birthday since I'd never been. Unfortunately, we were only able to stay one night but this was a wonderful and charming place to land when we got there. We loved being 1/2 a block from the Mercer House and across the street from Chatham Square. It was just far enough from the hustle-and-bustle that we could rest but also walk a few blocks to eat and shop. The staff and accommodations were lovely and they helped us book a trolley tour that picked us up and dropped us off at the B&B's front door. We stayed in the Tea Olive room which is under the front door steps. The management has a disclaimer about the noise but we did not notice any. The house cats were also a charming addition to this great little B&B.
4.4 on February 17, 2012
My husband and I stayed here for the Rock N Roll Weekend back in November. We loved our stay. It was VERY convenient to the start and finish of the race and they even had a special early breakfast for all the runners. The only downside is that finding a parking is rough, but that is due to street parking regulations rather than the inn.
3.4 on February 15, 2012
My husband and I both really enjoyed our stay at this inn. We stayed in the Tomochichi room. The room was cozy and nicely appointed. The innkeepers were friendly enough and food was good. It's not extremely close to the water but it's within resonable walking distance from all the action. I loved the location because it was right beside Forsyth Park which is a massive and gorgeous place!!!
4.8 on February 02, 2012
We had an excellent time staying at this B&B. The staff was very helpful. The breakfast and baked goods were excellent. It was convenient to several attractions and restaurants. I would stay there again when I am in Savannah.
3.0 on January 04, 2012
I strongly suggest that you call the Inn to confirm the details on the email confirmation you receive. I requested the Azalea room,with two queen beds, and that is what was printed on my email confirmation. When we got to the Inn, we learned we were in the Jasmine room, one queen bed. As the Inn was full, no change could be made. The person at the reception desk was very quick to try to remedy the situation by bringing us a roll-away bed. He truly seemed to be at a loss as to how the error occurred. The room we had was lovely and we did enjoy our stay. When I returned home I found a gift certificate in the mail from the Inn for a two-night stay for two persons - and hopefully my friend, who slept on the roll-away bed, will be able to use it.
2.8 on December 29, 2011
The accommodations were adequate, but a number of minor annoyances added up to a less than stellar experience. The bed squeaked intolerably with every minor movement. The television emitted a low-pitched whine when turned off. The door to the television cabinet would not stay open (we had to prop it open with a wad of kleenex to be able to watch the tv). The stop for the cold water knob in the tub was missing or broken (the knob would keep turning because there was nothing to stop it in the "off" position, we had to find off manually and carefully set the knob to that position). Although wi-fi in all rooms was an advertised amenity, the signal in our 3rd floor room was spotty at best. The food was edible, but nothing special. 2 of our 3 breakfasts featured scrambled eggs and sausages. The evening tea chocolate chip cookies tasted to be slice-and-bake, and were a bit over baked. As a bit of a foodie, the offerings were a disappointment. The building and neighborhood were wonderful though, all of historic Savannah is quite beautiful. The staff was very friendly, and the owner stopped by our table to personally ensure we were enjoying our stay. Those seeking the "traditional" B&B experience should be aware that this particular establishment is run more like the Inn part of its name than the B&B part though. The higher number of guests made for a more impersonal stay than might be expected in a B&B with only 6 or so rooms.
4.4 on December 11, 2011
Our family stayed during the week of Thanksgiving 2011. I must say we were absolutely delighted bout the Sgt. Japer House. We have 3 boys who are well traveled, that commandeered the third floor for themselves. The staff and owner Mr. Mcallister, exceeded our expectations. The location is outstanding, as well as all the goodies. We WILL be back again as our children have dubbed the Savannah Bed and Breakfast Inn as our official Savannnh home.
4.6 on November 25, 2011
The Tree top room at Savannah B&B is the best! The staff here is friendly, the room is private and fantastic and in a wonderful location near Forsyth Park. I would recommend Savannah B&B to anyone visiting Savannah!
3.8 on November 18, 2011
My husband and I visited Savannah for a long weekend. Savannah's Bed and Breakfast was a great choice. It was within walking distance to everything; we didn't have to drive our car. Breakfasts were delicious!
3.8 on November 07, 2011
We stayed two nights at Savannah's delightful Bed and Breakfast Inn. The staff was warm and welcoming, and our "Library" room was clean and comfortable. One thing lacking was comfortable furniture in the Parlor. A comfy sofa and some overstuffed chairs would be nice for gathering with friends and mingling with other guests. I believe with a little creativity this could be accomplished and still allow the parlor to be converted to a dining area for breakfast. Or perhaps the owners should consider converting a ground floor guest room to a more comfortable parlor. I would also suggest that the owners install double pain windows in the guest rooms that face the street. Conversations from the street could be heard and the extremely noisey street cleaning machine Saturday and Sunday nights would wake even the soundest sleepers. We will definitely return, but will request a rear facing room next time.
2.4 on October 30, 2011
This b&b is lovely, but seems quite worn. We've stayed in b&bs all over the south and won't be staying here again. Our previous experience with b&bs has been with very hands-on owners who have given a lot of attention to detail. Here, the owner did not greet us and we only saw him for a few minutes at breakfast. The towels, sheets, placemats, etc., seemed old, dingy, and cheap. The vibe of the place was uncomfortable. There were a lot of rules posted. When we checked in, a staff member gathered several guests in the dining room so she could go over the rules for parking and breakfast. It was a rather off-putting start to our stay. There is no on-site parking. We asked different staff at different times about transportation from the b&b to the riverfront area. We were told about a bunch of different (paying) tours that they could arrange at the desk, but no one mentioned the free trolley that travels through the historic area which we found near the end of our visit. We stayed in the cottage, which is really a small apartment in the alley behind the main row houses. Access was through a creepy locked passageway. Inside was much larger than a usual hotel room, nicely decorated, with a kitchenette and table (no sofa). The bedroom and bathroom are up a very steep set of stairs. The bed sagged horribly on one side, was extremely uncomfortable, and the bedding was dingy. While the place was fairly clean, the meticulous appearances we've experienced at other b&bs was not present. For example, the bathtub/shower combo was clean and fairly new, but it had the nastiest yellowed and mildewed no-skid mat. After we returned home, we got the receipt for a tour that one of the staff had booked for us. My mistake was not asking the price ahead of time. I assumed booking through the hotel would get a discount. We were actually charged $3 more each than the published price!
4.0 on October 04, 2011
halte agreable la maison et les chambres très bien decorées mais l accueil manquait de convivialité c est plus un hotel qu un bed and breakfast traditionnel
4.0 on September 22, 2011
OK, so we weren't there on the weekend, but rather during the week. Didn't matter, the place was great. This B&B is located in a charming set of row houses in the historic district of Savannah, convenient to both that district, downtown shopping, and the Riverwalk. The food & service at breakfast was exceptional, the personal service warm & welcoming. We stayed in the cottage behind the main house, complete with kitchen & living room. The only downside: the rollaway bed was hideously uncomfortable.
4.0 on September 20, 2011
Spotless rooms with a lot of charm (we stayed in two different rooms on two separate weekends) and absolutely perfectly located. Breakfast was fine but nothing fabulous; the cookies, however, were delicious. We thought it was a excellent value considering the price of most Savannah B&Bs. Note: if you're looking to party on River Street or in the City Market, it is a little far (we weren't so we loved it).
5 on September 18, 2011
Helpful, friendly staff. Great breakfasts. Afternoon iced tea and bedtime cookies and milk. Very enjoyable stay. Way better than a hotel.
4.4 on August 10, 2011
We had a wonderful stay here! The room was beyond our expectations... we stayed in the Cottage on the Lane, which could easily be considered a home away from home, complete with a living room, upstairs bedroom, and private patio area. The inn was also only a few blocks from Forsythe Park in the beautiful Historic District. We would happily stay here again!
4.6 on August 02, 2011
My husband and I had one night in Savannah and decided to treat ourselves to a B&B and chose Savannah B&B. It is probably the best lodging choice I have ever made. The staff was friendly and most helpful. The room was comfortable, the courtyards were lovely, and you couldn't beat the location and price. Oh and we can't overlook the cookies and iced tea. We rave about our stay and highly recommend it to our friends and family. We plan on returning ourselves for a longer stay in the future.
5 on July 28, 2011
This b&b was terrific. It was our first time and exceeded our expectations. The food was great and the warm cookies were a great feel at home touch. The staff was friendly and the property was properly staffed. I will definitely stay there again. Thanks for a wonderful experience.
4.8 on July 25, 2011
The Bed & Breakfast Inn on W Gordon St in Savannah, GA is magnificent. It has beautiful views of the squares and other rooms have nice views of the courtyard. The private baths are a nice touch, as well as the afternoon tea & wonderful desserts. We stayed here on our wedding night after our southern themed wedding in Savannah, GA. It was excellent.
5 on July 23, 2011
Perfect honeymoon stay. Rooms are charming, location is perfect, everything is in 10 minutes walking distance. The hotel staff was nice and helpful. We had a great time!!!!! We recommend this B&B to every one, who is going to Savannah.
4.4 on July 14, 2011
We were delighted to find our "room" meant we had our own suite with a private entrance that opened up into a lovely courtyard. We did not have to pay more for this beautiful accomodation either. Going out into the tree filled courtyard with a cold drink near midnight (the cooler part of the day!) was a wonderful experience. The location is easy walking distance to the beautiful park plazas or downtown to River Road. My husband and I will recommend this site to our Connecticut friends!
4.8 on July 09, 2011
This was our first trip to the south east and it was made most enjoyable by the staff. Pam was very helpful in every way possible during our stay. The afternoon tea and treats were really good . The room was very nice , clean and quiet. I would put this B&B at the top of our list to visit again in the future. Carl & Kathy Edwards Hannibal, Missouri
5 on June 24, 2011
Our stay at Savannah's Bed and Breakfast was outstanding and exceeded all of my expectations. The Ivy Cottage was warm and welcoming, as was each staff member. Hearing the history of the establishment from the owner, Robert McAllister was exciting and informative. His daughter, Holly, greeted us each morning as she served our delicious breakfast with graciousness, and with the most beautiful smile. I would recommend this B&B to anyone visiting Savannah. During your stay, don't miss the delicious homemade chocolate chip cookies, as well as the various moist lucious bundt cakes.
4.4 on June 07, 2011
We were surprise how great the place was and how friendly and outgoing the staff was. We would definitely consider going back.
3.4 on June 04, 2011
Staff and service was great. Made you feel at home. Breakfast was good. Afternoon tea very nice. Cookies and milk, extra good! Staff VERY helpful with any sight seeing, places to dine. ( they have all the local menues ) Price was really good for such a nice B&B. Would stay again !!!
4.2 on May 31, 2011
My daughter and I stopped in Savannah on our way back to Miami from Maryland. We stayed in the Azalea room. I had expected two beds, but we got two rooms. Each was furnished with a lovely antique bed. The rooms were clean and neat and quiet. We felt like princesses climbing into our great big beds. The Inn was in a nice neighborhood and we enjoyed a lovely walk to downtown. We truly appreciated the fresh baked chocolate chip cookies on our return and the fresh cooked sweet potato pancake breakfast in the morning. Out stop here turned a stressful college pick up trip into a really nice experience!
4.6 on May 18, 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in This B&B. Everyone was very helpful and personable, the room we had was large and comfortable, and the breakfasts were delicious. They offered a large breakfast or a smaller "healthy" choice and also had a buffet filled with yogurt and dry cereals. They were helpful in getting us tickets for tours and provided excellent recommendations for things to see and places to eat. I would definitely go back to this inn.
4.4 on May 13, 2011
My mom, sister and I stayed here for two nights and it was great! It was one of the few b&b that would put three in a room. The room(masters) was very large and had a great porch. I loved the woman (sorry I don't remember her name) that took care of us on the morning for nreakfast, always smiling and very sweet. Joey sA a huge help on telling us where ttp go and how to get there. I would defiantly stay here again.
4.4 on May 01, 2011
Our room was charming, clean and comfortable. Breakfast on the back deck was lovely and we felt welcomed to linger and visit over coffee. The staff was helpful and pleasant. An all around lovely visit in a beautiful city.
4.4 on April 29, 2011
We were at The Savannah B&B Inn for four nights and I wish I could have stayed a week. It was comfortable, relaxed and pleasing. We spent a lot of time talking on the porch and sitting at tables inside, eating the delicious breakfasts and teas we were served. All of the employees were pleasant and incredibly helpful. Our room was clean, but my husband's only complaint was that he had to ask for a new towel twice. But that wasn't a problem at all and we loved the Inn.
4.0 on April 24, 2011
Had a wonderful stay in March for 2 nights. Our room was spcious with our own courtyard area to sit and relax in the evening and for breakfast. I was impressed with the menu for breakfast. If you did not eat what they were serving they would fix you something else and were very generous with the servings. I would stay here again and recommend it to anyone traveling to Savannah.
4.0 on April 18, 2011
We booked our room at the Inn, and loved it at first sight. However, that evening I fractured my femur and spent the next five days at Memorial Health. My husband stayed at the Inn, and the care and concern for both him and me that was shown by the staff was outstanding. They ensured that he had a place to stay and expressed their concern and good wishes each day. They could not have been kinder or more helpful, and we plan to return and thank them in person again some day.
4.0 on April 13, 2011
From the night we arrived after dusk, we couldn't believe the sights and service in this beautiful historic B&B Inn. Then when we were shown to the Egyptian room, it certainly exceeded my expectations,especially with the quality of the furnishings and decor. And having a print form of the history of the Inn, made us even more knowledgeable about Savannah.The meals and service were outstanding. Even more pleasurable was the porch over looking the courtyard with all the flowers- a true southern experience! Thanks, Deborah & Steve Harder.
5 on April 11, 2011
Joey from the front desk was fabulous! He gave us so many wonderful suggestions and always had time for us. Housekeeping and breakfast servers also did a great job. The only thing wrong was the shower water temp kept going hot/cold/hot/cold. Really everything else was perfect!
4.6 on March 31, 2011
We stayed for two nights at this lovely B&B in the room called the Parlor. It is a charming B&B in a wonderful, quiet location. The gardens out back were charming for visiting with family we met in Savannah. It is a quick walk to Forsyth Park, Mrs Wilkes, the Johnny Mercer house and the surrounding area is beautiful for walking. We were across from the Chatham Square and so convenient to touring Savannah. Couldn't have been more pleased with the location and the welcome we enjoyed at the B&B. They go out of their way to assist you. We loved the wireless in our room and a convenient computer and printer to print out what we needed while there.
5 on March 25, 2011
Stayed at the Red Cottage from 8/18/11-8/20/11. Every aspect of the stay was perfect. Staff was very courteous. Joey made perfect cookies at night. Highly recommended.
5 on March 23, 2011
Great B & B! Great location and great value! We will be back. I can't think of any other place I would rather stay in Savannah.
4.6 on March 21, 2011
I have never been to Savannah proper before and was sort of concerned about paying such expensive prices to stay downtown. However, the deal I got on this hotel made it not so bad plus there were so many perks I couldn't pass it up! Homemade breakfast every morning, tea time, milk and cookies before bed, plus a very friendly staff and great location made this an amazing place to stay! All of the staff was super helpful and very sweet. The rooms are quaint and clean with an old time feel. The bathroom was heavenly and spacious, plus it had a great view. Short 10-15 minute walk from River street. Overall an amazing trip at an amazing B&B!!!
2.6 on March 20, 2011
For two English visitors, we found the accomodation lacking - bearing in mind the price paid. The parking was looked after, which was very useful. The treck in the morning for breakfast was a pain and the breakfast was inflexible. We found the bed most uncomfortable. All was very clean but change of towels was infrequent, perhaps the climb up those stairs put the staff off, I know it did for us the first day trying to climb those stairs with suitcases. However, the location was good with easy walking to any of the sights.
4.8 on March 07, 2011
My boyfriend and I stayed here for a romantic weekend get away, and it was wonderful. We did a lot of research before booking and decided this was the best option for the money, and we were right! Clean rooms, super friendly and helpful staff! Breakfast every day was delicious and filling. We walked EVERYWHERE from the inn. 15 minute walk to River Street and City Market, 3 minutes to Forsyth Park. The staff was so helpful in suggesting activities and restaurants. They will even book tours for you and charge it to the room. They made everything so easy and made us feel very welcome. Excellent experience- we would definitely stay there again!
4.0 on March 04, 2011
This was a fantastic stay, I enjoy all the amenities and cleanness of the place. Beautiful experience.
4.0 on February 25, 2011
Service was very friendly and helpful. The room was very comfortable, and the location is great. The afternoon and evening snacks were delicious, as was the big breakfast the next morning. I'd definitely stay there again.
4.8 on February 16, 2011
We loved the special treats of cookies and milk at night and bread pudding at tea in the afternoon. Breakfast was really good, and our room was very clean. the location is great, although Savannah's parking is tight and meter needed tending, but the Inn did it once we were checked in. They recemmended neat local restaurants, which is what we enjoy. the outdoor balcony/courtyard was enjoyable. It was a great spot.
4.4 on February 01, 2011
We loved our room (the nicely appointed Egyptian room, on the 3rd floor overlooking the square), the warm welcome from the staff, the daily tea and evening cookies and milk, the location, within the historic district, not far from the visitor's center, the other squares with historic houses, and a good local bar for dinner. We'll definitely stay here again if we get back to Savannah.
4.0 on January 26, 2011
Me and my husband stayed here for the first time on my Birthday. We were very pleased with the Inn, everyone was pleasant and the location was good as well. We would definately recommend :)
3.0 on January 22, 2011
The place was clean and the service was ok. They have street cleaning during the weekend so if you drive your car, you better either leave it and walk around or get back to the bed & breakfast early or you're not going to find a parking spot close to the facility. The breakfast was nothing to write home about. The food was slightly warm. The best part were the evening chocolate chip cookies. It's a perfect location if you want to walk around Savannah & see all the great sights.
4.4 on January 22, 2011
The Inn was nice, very friendly staff, great service. Fantastic breakfasts. The rooms were nice. We stayed in the Red Cottage, which was a 2 story room off the courtyard. While not luxurious, it is definitely worth the price. If you are not a walker though, this may be too far from the 'attractions' of Savannah. The Forsyth Park area is about a mile from the river... not a problem for us, because we love to walk around the city.
4.6 on January 16, 2011
Well worth the visit. Great location, great price, great staff. Would definitely stay there again.
4.4 on January 11, 2011
We stayed in the Egyptian room and loved it. Very quiet place. Short walk to historic Savannah. Warm chocolate chip cookies in the evening. Good, healthy breakfast. Very helpful staff.
4.0 on December 23, 2010
Wonderful bed and breakfast in prime location. Was able to park our car upon arrival and did not need it again until we were ready to leave. Was able to walk or enjoy the trolley's for the entire weekend. Thank you SCAD for caring about the historic city and striving to save as much as possible. Thank you Savannah for the entertaining Holiday Lights Parade. Thank you Savannah B and B for the enjoyable stay. We are already planning next years long weekend.
4.0 on December 08, 2010
The room was very nice. Loved the big tub and shower. The breakfast was Great and the people were very polite and helpful. We have stayed there 2 years and will be back again next year. It is in avery good location. Everything is in walking distance and that is great for me and my huasband.
3.2 on November 23, 2010
This was the first time my mother had stayed at a Bed and Breakfast. I was pleased with the accomodations and staff at Savannah's Bed and Breakfast. I travel to Savannah every year for St. Patrick's Celebrations and plan on contacting this B & B first. It was a wonderful experience. Thank you
5 on November 22, 2010
Once you stay here you will return on your next visit. The staff is so friendly from the time your make your reservations until you check in, you will be treated like family. I have stayed here many times and have referred the B&B to other travelers. The breakfast are wonderful and so are the treats and tea in the afternoon, but you can't forget cookies and milk before bed.This one is a keeper on my travelers list.
5 on November 20, 2010
Great B&B in Savannah! Room was great, location was great, and the warm chocolate chip cookies and milk nightly were the icing on the cake. Thanks for a great weekend!
4.2 on November 17, 2010
We stay on 11/07//10 for 2 nights and The room was wonderfull .The personal is outstanding,Very quiet,nice area .We will go back if we had a chance . Daniel & Manon from Ocala Florida.
4.0 on November 14, 2010
My husband & I stayed for 4 days. Our room was beautiful, the staff was wonderful (loved Holly) and the personal attention that we received was exceptional. The breakfast was great and we enjoyed eating in the courtyard with Cookie (the kitten) Will stay here again in the future!
3.8 on November 10, 2010
It was a quiet neighborhood and our room was wonderful. Will stay there again if we get the chance.
3.8 on November 09, 2010
A historic B&B in a beautiful and historic city. We enjoyed our stay very much. The staff was always friendly and helpful. They even assisted with special dietary needs at breakfast and Tea Time. Our room was "surface" clean but was in need of a deep clean (blinds, carpet, etc). We would stay there again.
3.8 on October 31, 2010
Room was lovely, the service was very good I thought it was a great value. I have very high expectations and they were more than met in every area.
3.2 on October 21, 2010
My husband and I stayed here 2 nights of our honeymoon. The staff was very friendly but to be honest, and not complain, but we were very disappointed with the breakfast. It was very ordinary and boring. We have stayed at several B&B's in the past and the breakfast we had were much more gormet. Our room was ok but I think the decor of the living/dining room could have been a bit more decorative. Chances are we probably won't go back there but definitely will visit Savannah again.
5 on October 15, 2010
Got a work out walking to the top floor room, but it was worth it. Was exactly what we expected. Felt like a step back in time, room was clean and the furniture matched the feel. Staff was very helpful and set up our tours and gave us lots of info. Breakfast was good. My new wife and I really enjoyed it and will stay there again. I even sneaked in a couple of cookies when she was not looking and they were delicious. The paying of the meter in the morning was awesome and allowed us to enjoy our morning. Breakfast was good and citing on the outside patio was nice and imagining how things might of been previously. Highly recommend the ghost tour, learned alot of interesting historical facts. Bring a bottle of wine, unplug from the rectangle, enjoy, and it is definitely better than some fully modernized hotel for the experience.
4.0 on October 13, 2010
We come to this B&B twice a year and it is wonderful. It is the perfect indoor place, in the perfect outdoor place, savannah. Staff is great, always polite, and helpful. I recommend it highly.
5 on September 29, 2010
The staff took great care of us - milk and cookies at night made for a wonderful end to the day - rooms were clean and cute. Highly Recommend!!
4.2 on September 18, 2010
Located on the southern side of the Historic district this place was a little piece of history in and of itself. A slightly modified old row house block with an immaculate private central garden. I would say an ideal place for honeymooners. Food and staff were excellent. Oh, the rooms only got a "lower" score because all the pictures on their website truly let you see what you are getting.
4.6 on August 16, 2010
Stayed at the B&B Inn with my wife & our best friends for our 25th wedding anniversary. Rooms were clean, beautiful & quiet. Food was scrumptious. Staff were warm & friendly. We will stay again.
3.6 on July 11, 2010
(Don't be concerned about the 3 "met my expectations" since I have very high expectations) My family and I had a wonderful time at your B&B. The home was beautiful; and the staff were all professional, friendly, & accommodating. Breakfast on the back deck was especially serene and enjoyable. We will certainly be back, and will certainly recommend you to our friends. Thank you all for a wonderful vacation. Stephen Meeks Adairsville, GA
4.0 on May 26, 2010
My husband and I stayed at Savannah's Bed and Breakfast Inn on a recent trip to the south. Everything was wonderful! We stayed in the Parkview, which had a great view. The room was very bright and welcoming, and the brick wall was gorgeous. My only complaint would be that the water pressure completely disappeared a couple times during our showers, but it came back on after a minute or two. All in all, a great place to stay!
5 on May 18, 2010
this was the first time i've ever stayed in B&B and i had such an amazing time! i would love to stay with them for my next visit in Savannah.
4.8 on April 27, 2010
The Savannah B&B Inn definitely exceeded all expectations. Besides being a great value, we were upgraded to a 4 bedroom house that was decorated beautifully and felt like home. The staff was very friendly and was a perfect example of southern hospitality. Breakfast was delicious and served on the outdoor patio directly off of our room - Honestly, I cannot think of any complaints.
5 on April 13, 2010
I stayed in B&B Inn in December 2001 while looking for an apartment before college started and it was amazing. The breakfast was spectacular...I stayed again 2 months ago and the service is still one of the best I ever experienced. The lady who cooks is great I had one of the best quiche Lorraine then and the best pancakes in a long while. The location is very good since is not on one of the most busy streets. I recommend B&B Inn if you are looking for a quiet place with an elegant service that covers every aspect of staying in a b&b.
4.8 on April 08, 2010
My wife and I chose this bed and breakfast for two reasons at first: Easy online reservations and Value. We were pleasantly surprised during our stay there how nice this place actually is. Once you walk into the front door, you are met by the innkeeper. From that moment on, everything is a breeze. Our first room was the Azalia Room. That came with 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom. The next evening we stayed in the Jasper House. It was 3 floors with everything you could ever ask for inside. My wife and I will definately stay here again and we look forward to it very much so. We LOVED it.
4.6 on April 07, 2010
We enjoyed our stay at Savnnah's Bed and Breakfast Inn. The staff were extremely knowledgeable and helpful.
5 on April 07, 2010
This was my husband and I's first time staying at a B&B and Savannah Bed and Breakfast Inn set the bar high for future stays at B&B's. From the friendly staff to the beautiful cottage [we stayed in the Cottage on the Lane room]wonderfully decorated and meticulously clean. I loved the milk and cookies set out for the Inn guests in the evening and the chef's Quiche Lorraine breakfast is to die for! 2 thumbs up for Savannah Bed and Breakfast Inn!
4.2 on March 28, 2010
Although it rained hard during my stay, I loved the room (Jasmine). The breakfasts were excellent and the fellow guests were friendly. It was a great experience. I would definitely like to stay again when I could enjoy the courtyard. Debbie
4.0 on March 24, 2010
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our first visit to Savannah and the lovely Bed and Breakfast Inn! Very friendly staff, great rooms and the perfect location for exploring the historic district. Breakfast was very tasty and service was excellent on the deck. We especially enjoyed the milk and cookies after a long day of sightseeing!
4.2 on March 24, 2010
My husband and I had choose another B&B in the beginning of our vacation, because they took pets. It was a nightmare! We took our dogs back to florida came back to Savannah and choose the first Inn we seen on the internet. Thank goodness for this B&B. We stayed three wonderful nights at the spare of the moment at the Inn, In the red cottage. I'm a smoker so It was wonderful to open up my front door to a beautiful garden and sit and relax without being judged for smoking :)... I love,love,love this B&B.. I will be back and I will (hopefully) stay in the red cottage.. Great vaule for your money!!!
4.4 on March 14, 2010
We found this location through and online search and checked out the manager's $99 special. This special puts you in any unfilled room. My husband and I were placed in a three story house all to ourselves which was fun but also a little creepy. We had three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a full kitchen, two living rooms, formal dining room, private courtyard and a designated parking area! My only wish is that we could have stayed longer than one night. One thing to remember about the manager's special, they put you in what ever room is avalilable for THAT night. You may get moved if you have an extended stay. Although as friendly as everyone was I have no doubt they would do their best to make your visit the easiest and most comfortable for you. Breakfast was good but the portions were on the small side. We had a choice of fresh made blueberry pancakes or yogurt and fruit. Both were fresh and yummy. The breakfast area was nice in that it gave us an opportunity to chat with other guests. We missed the cheese and wine reception because we chose instead to take a short drive to Tybee Island and eat at The Crab Shack. I must say, this was the best low-country boil I've ever had. Savannah's Bed and Breakfast is perfectly located with a small park right at the corner, also one block from Mercer Williams House as seen in "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil", and two blocks down from the very large Foley park. Savannah was a half-point stay on a trip to Florida. I hope some day to return here for a longer visit and definitely recommend Savannah's Bed & Breakfast.
4.6 on March 09, 2010
This was our second stay at the B&B, choosing it for our 30th wedding anniversary. The food was superb, along with the coziness of the room. We will definitely be coming back again. Thank you Bob for introducing yourself and pulling up a chair at breakfast for a chat!
5 on February 22, 2010
Our second trip to Savannah had us, once again, staying at the Bed and Breakfast-Savannah on Douglas St. The establishment is absolutely perfect for two people, like the honeymooners we met, or a family, like ours. We stayed at the Connor house about a 45 second walk from the main building. Self contained, quiet, comfortable with amenities that you’d think expect only at five star Hiltons and the like. There’s a superb breakfast each morning and you get to eat family style meeting people from all over the country, hearing their stories of their upcoming marriage or tales of their existing honeymoon. We were there for our daughter. She met her fiancé in Savannah several years ago and a romantic wedding is planned for the two this October. The Savannah Bed and Breakfast will be on the list of places our guests can stay. Thanks again for such a great time. Cheryl, David, Devon, & Lindsay Werble
5 on January 25, 2010
Wonderful Inn that was wonderfully accomodating to our family, including my 18-month-old son. We also loved the location, away from downtown but just a short ride away.
4.6 on January 23, 2010
Wonderful B&B in Savannah. Great value for the price. Breakfast delish and our room was outstanding. Loved it.
4.0 on January 18, 2010
A charming place with delicious breakfast, helpful staff. We left our bags there after checking out while we wandered around Savannah. Would definitely stay there again the next time we're in town.
4.4 on January 04, 2010
The room was clean and nice size. The bed was a little soft, but still comfy.I would recommend this B&B to anyone. It was in a very convenient area. I feel the breakfast was only mediocre. There was only 2 breakfast options and small portions. We were on the 3rd floor; the stairs were narrow. The common area was good size and had nice seating.
3.0 on December 07, 2009
We have stayed here twice and consider it ideal for a Savannah sojourn. The rates are reasonable and the rooms very clean and comfortable. The location is very convenient for walking and driving tours. We really appreciate the friendliness of the staff who make you feel welcome but allow you privacy, too. The plan of selecting breakfast the night before is great. It is a place whose quality you can count on.
4.6 on December 04, 2009
It was a wonderful bed & breakfast and would love to go there again. The service was excellent. The rooms had an antique feeling but have been remodeled and very nice. The B&B was also very close to the historic district. It was within walking distance, 10-15 min.
4.0 on November 18, 2009
A very comfortable place. On street parking is convenient. Try to avoid 3rd floor rooms if climbing with luggage is a problem. Breakfast is very good. Cookies in the evening a bonus.
4.0 on November 12, 2009
My husband and I stayed at Savannah's Bed & Breakfast Inn recently for our anniversary. This was our 2nd stay there, and we plan to have many, many more. The staff is extremely welcoming and friendly. The breakfasts were wonderful. Our room was charming and spacious. We were extremely sad to leave. The Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn will remain our first choice of lodging when planning visits to Savannah.
4.8 on November 11, 2009
First time B&B'rs and what a way to start. The B&B Inn was more then we expected! We loved it, we didn't want to leave, and we will go back! Clean, friendly staff, and with a great location. They catered to our needs and made us feel at home. It was our 25th Anniv. and my said I couldn't have made a better choice! We stayed in the Red Cottage, a must stay. If the rooms were not enough the courtyards would be, a chance to sit and talk with the other guest make this an experience we won't forget. We may never stay in another hotel again. Thank You B&B Inn for a wonderful stay!!
You are very welcome. Thank you for the kind review.
4.2 on October 25, 2009
We had a wonderful experience staying at B&B Inn. We chose the Cottage on the Lane for its privacy and were very happy! The food was great and the staff was extremely helpful and so nice in answering any questions we had. We highly recommend staying here.
4.0 on October 23, 2009
Rooms were clean, staff friendly and helpful. Robert Redford making a movie across the street in Chatham Square was a jackpot. I would recommend this Inn to anyone. Oh yes and breakfast was always good and cookies and milk in the evening was a bonus.
4.0 on October 18, 2009
We stayed two nights, very nice bed & breakfast.. Excellent value, just a short walk into main part of Savannah, Holly room was vey nice.
4.0 on October 13, 2009
We just returned from a 3 day weekend stay in the lovely Ivy Cottage. To our delight, all was even better than pictures had promised--clean room, comfortable bed, spacious kitchenette, & deck overlooking the garden. Breakfasts & treats were yummy, staff were warm & welcoming, & Robert Redford filming down the block made it one of our best trips yet.
4.0 on October 06, 2009
Quiet location, within walking distance of all the attractions/sites/restaurants in the historic district. Friendly staff and good food.
4.4 on September 22, 2009
A great place to stay, the room was spacious and decorated in good taste. Very clean! The breakfast was nice. It was nice to sit on the porch, very beautiful and peaceful. Location peaceful but close to everything.
4.2 on September 13, 2009
The perfect place to stay in Savannah - very quaint and charming. Everyone is so friendly. The breakfast is delicious and I'm so glad they put the cookie recipe on the website!
3.4 on September 07, 2009
This bed and breakfast has a great location, friendly staff, a beautiful courtyard and great breakfast. The only negative is that the room wasn't as nice as I expected for the price paid. Overall, a good experience
3.4 on September 07, 2009
This inn has a lot going for it, given the reasonable pricing for staying in the historic district. We stayed in the Jasmine Room, which had a nice outside terrace/courtyard: a picturesque place to sit in the afternoon and read a book and enjoy the ambiance. The wine and cheese hour was very nicely set out on Saturday and the breakfast was well prepared. The only negative of our stay was the bed, which was very hard and the pillows, which were few and uncomfortable. All-in-all a good value and friendly service.
4.2 on September 04, 2009
Very hospitable staff. Breakfast was great both days we were there. Most of all, it was in a great location that was within a 15 walk to everywhere we wanted to go.
5 on September 03, 2009
This was a wonderful experience on a budget. The food was EXCELLENT and the staff and service was like none other. I would definitely stay here again when I travel back to Savannah. The owner was also quite friendly and knowledgeable of Savannah's history.
4.4 on September 01, 2009
My husband and I chose this Bed and Breakfast to spend our first night as newlywed.We drove from Virginia and didn't expect to have arrived as late as we did, nevertheless, we were greeted in a most friendly manner. THe innkeeper left us a note telling us what we needed to do, and met us not more than ten minutes later. The room we had originally booked was unavailable due to an expedia malfunction, but we were given a beautiful room in its place. My only complaint was the strong smell of perfume in the room, it wasn't terrible, but it was a little strong. We also had to walk up three flights of narrow stairs and were tired after a long day of driving. We were very pleased with the cleanliness and friendliness of the staff. The breakfasts were delicious and fresh cooked to order. I was impressed by the taste and quality. My husband and I dined on the porch outside, and it was comfortable even though it was hot in August. We have never been to Savannah, and we can't wait to return. We will definitely return to this B&B, and stay longer.
3.8 on August 31, 2009
My husband and I stayed in the Tree Top room. The room was very clean and we had so much space! The service was great - making sure breakfast was just right and our parking meters were fed. The entry for our room was private and the location was incredible! The neighborhood was fabulous - our room overlooked Chatham Square. I definitely would recommend it to others. The only thing, we might stay in another room that didn't have so many stairs which to lug up our luggage!
3.8 on August 27, 2009
This is was very cozy place. We did have some complications with our shower but they held up then end of the deal in every way possible. Would definitely recommend very helpful and courteous!!!
4.2 on August 24, 2009
We were overwhelmed with the hospitality and beauty of this Savannah inn. The building and rooms were so wonderfully restored and preserved; the staff was welcoming and so helpful. We had such a hard time leaving this fantastic place. It was more than we could have hoped for both in location, hospitality and atmosphere. We would definitely never consider staying anywhere else, should we ever be lucky enough to return someday to Savannah
5 on August 24, 2009
The Savannah B & B is a beautiful piece of Savannah history and a great value! It is an affordable stay with superb cuisine and a warm friendly staff. They went above and beyond at all levels of a B & B. They provided a personal touch in a simply majestic city!
5 on August 23, 2009
From the moment we arrived until the moment we left this place was great! We only stayed one night on our way to Hilton Head but wished we would have stayed here the whole week. Very friendly staff, beautiful location great snacks and breakfast. Very clean room, I am very particular about how clean a room is (I usually take my own blanket) and our room was so clean I wasn't even concerned about anything. I love Savannah & Tybee and now that I have been to Savannah B&B it will be the only place I will stay in Savannah when I return!
4.8 on August 22, 2009
Normally when my wife and I go on vacation, go to a hotel. This time we decided to go with a B&b. The people were polite and the place was easy to find. The rooms were nicely decorated with brick walls and the fireplace added even more. Just like the rest of Savannah, it had an old feel. Would definitely stay here again.
4.8 on August 18, 2009
This Bed & Breakfast is in a great old building, and the rooms are breathtaking. For the same price as a standard chain hotel in the area, you get extra charm, space and a delicious freshly prepared breakfast. There is a quiet outdoor courtyard with beautiful plants & adorable cat. The B&B is 15 min walking distance from River St. close to so much of the historic district. An added bonus: they pay for your parking (which is included in hotel price). Savannah is very strict about parking, so this is a major plus!!! I would stay here again in a heartbeat and have told all my friends & family about it!
4.6 on August 02, 2009
I decided to spend the weekend (Our anniversary) in Savannah....went shopping for a place to stay on the internet...called the folks at Savannahs bed and breakfast end and after talking to the nice innkeeper, I decided we had to stay with them....we really enjoyed the room (live Oak room) and enjoyed our visit to Savannah....I highly recommend this B and B
5 on August 01, 2009
There are two rooms at street level. There are stairs to the main floor and dining room. Very accommodating staff.
3.6 on July 27, 2009
This B&B was wonderful to stay at but I was very disappointed in the limited breakfast menu. Since Breakfast is the second part of B&B the menu could have had more items other than pancakes or an egg without ham or bacon. Cereal, toast and more egg choices would have been wonderful.
Normally I love the reviews like these that shine light on the opportunities to improve the Bed & Breakfast Inn. However, this one leaves me a little confused about what the guest had desired. I'm left to believe that a miscommunication had occurred. Every day we offer self service on coffee, tea, milk, fresh baked goods, choice of dry cereals and homemade granola. Additionally, guests are served either a "Chief's choice" which on this day included pancakes and bacon and fresh fruit or an "Alternate" which is scrambled eggs, usually with sausage or bacon, toast and fruit. Our printed menu states clearly that if all this doesn’t meet your needs or expectations, just ask and we will suggest further alternatives. Perhaps this guest though he/she was limited to what was served and didn't help himself to cerel and baked goods, but this are always made available.
5 on July 10, 2009
We spent this past 4th of July weekend at the Savannah Bed and Breakfast Inn and had a fabulous time. The hotel staff was more than accomodating as we arrived much later than their normal staffing hours at the hotel. Parking was so simple and paid for by the hotel. Breakfast was truly a delight--the chef's quiche was out of this world as was everything else he prepared each morning. We enjoyed tea each afternoon during the week as well as a great wine and cheese reception on the weekend afternoons that allowed us to mingle with some of the other guests as well. And of course, milk and fresh baked chocolate chip cookies each night were great also. All of these great things were just a bonus to the pleasant demeanor of everyone that was a part of the b&b staff. We really enjoyed the location of the b&b as well-- about a 15 minute walk from the heart of the historic district which allowed us to be away from all the touristy stuff but within walking distance when we wanted to go out to do something. We loved being in a more residential place that was so gorgeous. We could not have had a better time!
4.4 on July 07, 2009
A cozy and quaint B&B situated on a beautiful Savannah square...What more could ask for? Savannah's Bed and Breakfast Inn is the ideal B&B for a traveler to beautiful Savannah, GA. The Inn maintains an old-world feel amidst modern innovation. Daily servings of sweet tea, lemonade, sweet cakes, fresh chocolate chip cookies and delicious breakfasts are only some wonderful aspects of the Inn. Service is wonderful with many helpers always willing to intelligently answer questions. If traveling to Savannah the Bed and Breakfast Inn is a wonderful place to stay!
4.6 on July 07, 2009
Recently, I spent a spectacular three days in Savannah (June 23-26) and thoroughly enjoyed my accommodations - the Turkish Room. The staff accommodated an early arrival so that I could spend extra time with a friend whom I hadn't seen in more than three decades. I loved the turquoise walls and leafy view of Chatham Square. The room felt spacious despite the two twin beds. Although the bathroom couldn't hold all my toiletries there was adequate elbow room, and I was pleased by its cleanliness. Hangers were plentiful as well as drawer space. There were plenty of towels, but I would have liked a lightweight blanket in addition to the bedspread. Breakfasts were substantial and kept me going for hours as I walked the beautiful streets of Savannah. The location was fantastic - I was able to walk to everything in the historic district, including shops and evening restaurants, and found it to be exceptionally quiet. The staff was very helpful with directions, and their afternoon tea and evening cookies and milk created opportunities to socialize with other guests. I'd love to experience a longer stay!
5 on July 06, 2009
Everything was perfect! Great location, staff, rooms and breakfast! The staff really goes above and beyond to make your stay in Savannah unforgettable!
3.0 on June 29, 2009
I like to comment on the great room (Live Oak) we stood in it Friday night 6.27.09, however, the only problems I had, were that my husband recently had a heart attack and the rooms above us were quite noisy, I did report this but nothing was done to help, we did not get any sleep that night, but the room was great and truly romantic, also the other guest we met were so nice, loved trading stories from our locations. Also for a bed and breakfast, I feel on the steps leading to the room, and asked if they had any first aid items, and was told no, my husband did have to go to local pharmacy for alcohol and band aids. Also the menu was okay but not much variety for someone who is vegan or does not eat seleceted foods for breakfast next morning.
4.8 on June 27, 2009
We stayed in the Magnolia room. Our group had the majority of rooms at the B&B that weekend. It was THE perfect place to have our reunion. Great common area for visiting with the others and lots of close-by good restaurants that accommodated our large group just fine.
Thank you! Our staff greatly enjoyed playing hosts and hostesses to your group.
3.8 on June 24, 2009
Very convienintly located to Forsyth park. The breakfast was excellent and the staff was very helpful and kind. The outdoor areas are beautiful and our room was nicely decorated and had two gorgeous brick walls. The evening cookies were a tasty touch!
4.4 on June 14, 2009
This was way east to find, but a great location. Close enough to all the great things to do in Savannah, but away from the business. The Master's room has an amazing balcony, like a tree house, with an amazing view of the courtyard. Woke up to the smell of coffee and breakfast. The Bed & Breakfast Inn made the trip worth it all.
5 on June 13, 2009
The staff here is wonderful and really took the time to help us with our needs. There is not anything we could think of that did not meet or exceed our expectations. The breakfast every morning was absolutely outstanding. This was our first experience staying at a bed and breakfast so we stayed in one of the cottages. It was very quiet and private. We were within walking distance to everything, and in fact did not get in our car from the time we parked it until we were ready to leave. We cannot wait to visit Savannah again and cannot imagine staying anywhere else.
5 on June 09, 2009
My gf and I came to this Bed and Breakfast randomly. They were offering a deal in the visitor center, and we were looking for a room. So we decided to check it out. Took a walk over to it and we stayed in the Parlor Room. What a great place to stay!!! I mean the stay is great, the rooms amazing!!! The Breakfast was amazing also!!! The b&b is worth the price and worth the time to just go check out the place. I also liked the two entrance in. That was nice for the Parlor. They also have internet for people to use, which they have a printer if you need to print something AT NO EXTRA CHARGE! That was nice, we needed to print out a page that we forgot! They also have a walking tour you can take in the morning, which is nice if you want to take a tour. Lastly, It's clean and QUIET!!! Thank you Staff... Will be visiting you again when I come back to Savannah!!!
4.8 on June 01, 2009
Room was comfortable and worth the reasonable price. Breakfast was delicious. Staff very accomodating. Location great.
4.4 on May 28, 2009
Savannah's Bed & Breakfast Inn represented the "hostess city of the South" very well! We were warmly greeted upon our arrival by very knowledgeable staff. They continued to make sure we had everything we needed throughout the full duration of our stay and made staying there very pleasant. The Inn was a treat and the location was great!
2.8 on May 27, 2009
My sister and I shared the Treetop Suite for four nights over Memorial Day. We can accept rustic, but our floors were not swept for the entire time we were there, and one day, we had to call housekeeping to remind them that they hadn't visited our room that day. While the Savannah B&B Inn is well organized, it wasn't the warm or personal experience we had expected (and we even brought two pounds of chocolates to pre-thank our hosts!). With the exception of Pam and Paula at the front desk, the staff seemed kind of indifferent and sometimes a little spacey. Breakfasts were OK but not remarkable. If/when you make your reservation, be sure to inquire about whether your room is in the main row house or not. Our room was five doors down, which may have contributed to the feeling that we were outsiders. In 85-degree heat and pouring rain, it was rather inconvenient to climb the stairs to the main house just to let them know that we wanted breakfast the next morning.
Thank you for your very honest review. We take our guest’s comments very seriously, and I am truly sorry that your experience was less than you expected it to be. We try our best to provide a comfortable and inviting atmosphere where guests feel welcomed and are able to connect with each other and staff during their visit. At times we may fall short of that ideal. In this case there may have been some misunderstanding as our records show this guest had asked us for “no service – towels and trash removal only” on one day they were here. We have sent the guest a gift certificate for a future stay. While the Tree Top Suite, Live Oak suite, and Cottage on the Lane are a few doors down from the main house, these rooms are ideal for those guests who prefer more peace, quiet, and privacy during their stay.
5 on May 24, 2009
My daughter and I stayed here over a long weekend in May during our first trip to Savannah. I made our reservations based on other online reviews and we were more than delighted! Our rooms were lovely (the Azalea - two adjoining bedrooms), quiet, the beds very comfortable, both elegantly furnished, and spotless. We shared a bathroom which was more than adequate and again, spotless. The entire atmosphere of the inn is that of hospitality, warmth and comfort. From the breakfast each morning (delicious!) to the just-out-of-the-oven chocolate chip cookies and milk at night we were pleased over and over again. The staff were all so pleasant, especially the female cook Saturday morning with her bright smile. The location is perfect, within walking distance to most everything, but with none of the noise and riff-raff you find on River St. Thank you, Bed and Breakfast Inn, we can't wait to return!
5 on May 20, 2009
Wonderful staff, delicious breakfasts with beautiful presentation, clean beautiful room (we stayed in the Tree Top), afternoon tea and homemade cakes on the courtyard, chocolate biscuits in the evening-everything was just wonderful ! The B&B has excellent location and after a day of walking it was nice to come back to this quiet area. We will definitely recommend this B&B for anyone going to Savannah.
4.0 on May 16, 2009
We returned for the 2nd time to the Savannah B&B Inn and it exceeded our 1st experience. Well located in a quiet residential area, our rooms and its comfort were just rights and so are the extra's that range from a nice breakfast to fresh cookies in the evening. Excellent value for money!
4.6 on May 12, 2009
This was the PERFECT place for a Savannah vacation. It is steps from the famed Mercer house, a block from Bull Street, and steps from Forsyth Park. It's a little bit of a walk to the River - but even that's nice as the walk is beautiful and you can work off a little of the dinner at Paula Dean's. The food at the Inn is delicious and the staff is VERY helpful and friendly. Throw in the hot chocolate chip cookies before bed and you have a winner!
4.6 on May 12, 2009
We have just returned from a most wonderful stay! We want to thank the great people we met for their personable and attentive interaction and service. This Inn is top notch, a perfect location, and ideal choice for any stay in Savannah! We will visit again.
4.8 on May 11, 2009
We stayed for 2 nights at this B&B and got a "walk in special" of $99/night because it was Sun. and Mon. nights and we had been referred by the Visitor's Center in Savannah. We were treated as if we had paid full price. The accomodcations were just wonderful, so clean and just nice. The service was wonderful. They went out of their way to give us a tour and find a place for us to stash our bikes. The afternoon tea and cookies and milk were a treat. We loved this place-felt very pampered!
4.0 on May 07, 2009
We stayed in Savannah for 3 nights at this wonderful B&B. The staff was very kind and accomodating. The food was delicious throughout our stay. Everything was cooked to our satisfaction and tasted very good. The Inn was very clean and orderly. It was very convenient to the historic district. We were able to walk to everything we wanted to see. The staff also made excellent recommendations about which restaurants were worth our time and which restaurants to avoid. Overall it was a very pleasant experience and we would love to stay there again sometime soon.
3.8 on May 05, 2009
Wow, what a great weekend we just had. It was our first time to this B & B but loved it. Rooms were so nice, wine and cheese were great, cookies were awesome! It was a nice weekend getaway from three kids. It was so quiet here, it was almost eerie! Nice change of pace from our noisy, busy house and other parts of Savannah. It felt like you were staying in someone's gorgeous, old home. The staff is awesome! Three times better than any hotel. We will be back again for sure! Thanks again. -The Hatsells, Jacksonville, FL
4.2 on May 02, 2009
We enjoyed staying in the Parlor Room during the first two nights of our honeymoon. The location is serene and beautiful, as the trees and flowers were in bloom. Strolling down the street yields sweet smells of jasmine. The fresh chocolate chip cookies and milk were a hit with the hubby. I had to drag him away from the cookie dish :) The outside dining area was beautiful and quiet. We watched a squirrel play in the tree as we dined. Thanks for a great stay!
3.6 on March 27, 2009
Very nice, friendly folks, easy access by foot to everything.
5 on March 23, 2009
We love the Savannah B & B Inn so much that we always stay there, even changing our travel dates to accomodate their vacancies. The Inn is elegant and homey at the same time. Staff is always incredibly helpful and the chef very accommodating. In a quiet residential street, everything in the historic district is within walking distance.
4.0 on March 12, 2009
We stayed in the very comfortable Library Room for two nights. The whole experience was very nice. The breakfast was very tasty, as well as the afternoon tea and cookies left out at night. They are located right across the street from a beautiful public square, very near Forsyth Park, and of course the Mercer House. I would definitely stay here again, but the only problem was the wireless internet. We could not get it to work and the innkeeper said that sometimes it is tricky. But it was not a huge problem because they do have a computer for guests to use. Within walking distance of everything.
3.8 on February 23, 2009
We enjoyed our stay here. We booked a cottage and had lots of privacy. The decor wasn't as nice as we're accustomed to, but we were willing to accept that for the lower rates.
3.8 on December 30, 2008
This bed and breakfast resides in a group of row/townhouses. Although the street parking is a bit awkward, the B&B feeds the meters for you. Doesn't have all the frills of fancier B&B's, but it is great for the price. Rooms were nice and clean. I loved the two kitties that visit with you in the courtyard! We stayed in the Jasmine which is on the first floor by the courtyard. It was nice, but you wouldn't want that room in warm weather because those partaking breakfast outside the room may wake late risers. The inn keepers also gave us great tips on some Savannah activities to do while we were in town.
4.2 on December 24, 2008
We were not expecting to stay in Savannah but were so pleased when a local recommended Savannah's Bed and Breakfast Inn. The service was outstanding, the room and entire building were adorable, we had our breakfast outside in a charming courtyard. They made us feel so welcome and care free -they even paid the parking meter for us so we had nothing to worry about. We will return for sure!
4.8 on December 07, 2008
The staff is so cordial it's hard to believe we never met before. They immediately made us feel at home and made an extra effort to locate information for us about local attractions we had asked about. Breakfasts are custom prepared by the chef. Everything is cooked on site. It is in the heart of a large and beautiful historical district, with so much to see and do within walking distance. We will definitely stay here again when we travel through the area.
This might be one of the nicest compliments we have ever received. We hope that by staying with us you feel more like a welcomed guest into a friend's home than a stranger in a hotel. What we can't offer in hotel-like amenities we make up for in personal service and the comforts of home. Thank you for the kind review.
3.8 on November 18, 2008
The Bed and Breakfast Inn in Savannah, Georgia was a wonderful historic inn. It's located in the historic district. It's in a row-house community. The rooms are decorated with antiques and everything is wonderfully kept up. The room we stayed in is called the "Masters". It was a very large room with a non-working firplace and two wing chairs, tv console and armoire on one side. The other side of the room had a very high double bed that you needed to use one of those small stepping stools for. We had our own small balcony over looking a courtyard. The bathroom was large with tub and shower and makeup area. There was soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion and a hair dryer. Downstairs there was wine and cheese and crackers on Friday and Saturday nights. It was a nice way to meet other people and find out how their day went or how they were planning their day the next day. Breakfast was excellent. You gave them your choice the night before. You could have the chef special, which the first morning we were there, consisted of eggs cooked the way you want, bacon, biscuits, fresh fruit, fruit juice, coffee or tea. Or you could have cereals, pastry, etc. The next day for our breakfast we opted to try the stuffed french toast. It was delicious with a stuffing of a cream cheese mixture with peach marmalade and pecans. It came with sausage links. There was plenty to eat and all was very good. The staff was wonderful and very helpful with information. They made you feel right at home. Our room was cleaned very well and it was quiet when you were sleeping. Our bed was very comfortable. It was a quick walk to get to the busier area with shops and restaurants. Our tour buses picked us up at our inn and dropped us off. It is near a very large park with lovely fountains and statues. It feels more like a home with neighbors than a hotel in a busy city area. We would recommend this inn when staying in Savannah, GA.
4.6 on November 14, 2008
I hate I waited so long to post this but I had to leave suddenly due to an emergency back in June '08. I cant say enough great things ab out the Inn and most important about the Innkeeper, Ms. McKenzie and her staff. I had to cut my stay short a day and had to leave over in the night. The Innkeeper was most gracious to help me in any way she could. I cant wait to visit again and I urge anyone to stay here. Absolutely beautiful and the Staff makes the the Inn so special. Thanks Ms. McKenzie for everything!
It is our pleasure! We look forward to weloming you back the next time you visit Savannah!
4.8 on November 06, 2008
A freind and I stayed at the Inn Oct 20-22. The staff was most helpful and accommodated our request for a room with two beds after our first night. The choices for breakfast were unique and delicious and we always made it back in time for tea and cookies. It made our stay in Savannah even more memorable.
3.6 on October 27, 2008
To me, a hot shower is basic. And without it, I'm not a happy camper. Unfortunately, it was not to be had during our two day stay. The hot water trickled out of the bathroom sink and shower faucets in about the diameter of a pencil. Told the owner, no improvement, no remuneration. Our dining room table cloth had a foot diameter coffee stain on it. The waitress saw it but shrugged it off.
Growing Pains... In October we opened two new beautiful rooms. We also tried to Go Green by installing energy efficient water heaters. Unfortunately for the first few guests these water heaters were not up to par. Since then we have corrected the problem and installed two tank-less heaters which provide unlimited hot water almost immediately and still save energy!
4.0 on October 21, 2008
This was not only our first visit to Savannah, but also our first B&B experience. Our suite was awesome, it was so inviting and comfortable. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The breakfasts were fantastic and a great place to meet others, or hide away in a corner. We will be back. Thanks-you for a great getaway.
4.0 on October 03, 2008
The hotel (and our booking agent, Expedia.com) neglected to tell us that our room was located on the 4th floor of a townhouse lacking an elevator. Luckily, we're in good shape, but an elderly person or a heart patient could not have managed those 3 flights without great difficulty. So, beware the Chatham & Pulaski Rooms. That aside, our room was lovely & the bathroom huge; the staff was very friendly and helpful; the breakfasts tasty & nourishing; the price reasonable and free parking a nice perk. The location is also great: just down the block from the Mercer mansion where the killing occurs in "Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil."
The historic Gordon Row was built prior to the Civil War in 1853. If you ask the owner to show you an elevator he will happily take you on a delightful tour of his home and demonstrate the use of a functional dumbwaiter. Given the historical preservation restraints an elevator is not feasible. We offer an array of rooms and cottages, some on street level, some up one, and some up two flights of stairs. Our standard rooms are perfect for the budget conscious who don't mind a bit of a climb, and are rewarded with a beautiful view of Chatham Square below. Pictures and descriptions (including their location) are listed on the Bed and Breakfast's website.
3.8 on September 30, 2008
While I was glad that they gave me a better room, I was a little disappoionted because there was some rehab work being done on the room next door and it was noisy in the morning. If I was a late sleeper I would have been mad because of the noise.
We'd like to thank all our guests for their patience with us as we completed the restoration of part of our century and half old row house. We have done our best to limit construction after 9am during the week only. As a result we have two new beautiful rooms, the Holly and the Azalea.
4.4 on September 20, 2008
We just got back from staying at Savannah B&B and couldn't be more thrilled about our experience. The service was wonderful, the staff was knowledgeable and helpful, the food was delicious, and our rooms were great. We stayed in the Jasmine Room one night and the Cottage on the Lane the second night. The Jasmine room was charming, but was a little loud since the ice machine was close by and a main breakfast table was outside our windows. The Cottage on the Lane wasn't quite as charming, but was amazingly quiet and private, and extremely large. We lucked out with their "last minute" price special, so the value for what we received was excellent. And, the location in Savannah was amazing--a close walk to everything, but far enough away from River Street for some peace and quiet.
5 on September 05, 2008
This is the most wonderful place in Savannah! Beautifully located, Wondefully authentic rooms, Brilliant Breakfasts, and the Friendliest people ever! We can't wait to visit again! Jan & George Tripp
4.6 on September 03, 2008
We only stayed here one night but we loved our stay at Savannah's Bed and Breakfast Inn. Our room was comfortable and clean. It was beautifully furnished. I loved the bed. We had a great breakfast served with true southern hospitality. I wished we were staying longer.
4.0 on August 23, 2008
Loved this bnb inn! What a great inn for the price and location. We stayed in the Blue cottage, which had an upstairs, and downstairs plus a little kitchen. The breakfast in the morning was great in the parlor. The staff was extremely nice and accomodating. Very inpressed with the at home atmosphere, and the friendliness. Would for sure stay here again.
3.4 on August 23, 2008
We stayed two nights in the parkview suite and it was wonderful, our first time in Savannah. The breakfasts were terrific! The location was centeral to all our sightseeing, walking distance to everything!
4.0 on August 13, 2008
We recently celebrated our anniversary here for a weekend....it was great! We stayed in the Tree Top room and loved it. The inn is also in a great location, a half block from the Mercer Williams House.
4.2 on August 09, 2008
We spent 3 nights in July2008 in the Blue Cottage. Rooms were warm and inviting and breakfasts and afternoon treats a delight. the lemonade was especially delicious! Everyone we dealt with were helpful and all suggestions for restaurants and tours were outstanding. Within walking distance of Mrs. Wilkes and the Mercer/Williams house. Free and convenient parking was an added bonus. We will be back!
5 on July 18, 2008
Although we only stayed a short time, it was a wonderful experience! The staff was extremely pleasant! The room was beautiful and very clean! I would recommend this is a place to stop and stay for anyone...but you may want to have a few nights there to enjoy the place and the room! The breakfast was great-and served with a friendly smile! I'm sure we will visit again in the near future!
4.0 on July 06, 2008
I have stayed here on two very separate occasions. The first time, we climbed the stairs and came into an old room that just put me back in time. I loved it. The breakfast was superb and I longed to go back. The next time was shortly after I had hip surgery so we requested a "downstairs" room and we were led into a sunny large room. Also delightful. Again the breakfast was scrumptious. I keep the website on my favorites in hopes that we will be their guests again. Thank you. Vaun Healey
3.8 on July 03, 2008
Met by cheerful, extremely helpful friendly staff, nothing was to much trouble! The breakfast was brilliant, nicely cooked and plenty of choice and served with a smile. It was lovely to relax and have homemade cake or a glass of wine out on the balcony. I felt this B&B ticked all of the boxes for us, including being central to all Savannah has to offer.We would definitely rebook, when next visiting Savannah.
4.6 on July 01, 2008
Wow. What a great place to visit. My girlfriend and I stayed in the Cottage on the Lane. I recommend this if you want to enjoy the feel of a B and B during breakfast and during the teas but like your privacy in the evenings i.e. not having to worry with hearing neighbors or being heard. Nice living area downstairs with kitchen - fridge, microwave, small kitchen table. Upstairs, a nice and comfortable (some reviews were unhappy with the beds here - ours was great).I did having trouble accessing their wi-fi in the cottage, so beware that. We were apprehensive about breakfast because of the reviews we had read regarding it. WHAT IS UP WITH PEOPLE??? The breakfast was great - Roosevelt (the chef) cooks up some great dishes and has a nice presentation for each plate. Listen closely and you can hear him carry a nice tune during the preparation. Coffee was good. Mugs and take out cups available. You can dine inside or out. Saw only one of the cats - no bother. We never made it to a tea or wine serving. They have only one person to care for you during the day/check-in so it can back up at times but they were ALWAYS pleasant. Very enjoyable stay. I even got engaged during the stay and this place did nothing but add wonderful memories to what was a fantastic long weekend stay.
4.4 on June 23, 2008
The inn is in a fantastic location, within walking distance to anywhere you'd want to go. We stayed in the Chatham, which was absolutely gorgeous and a terrific value. Breakfast was good--nothing spectacular, but tasty, and the staff was amicable. We will absolutely stay there again. It has everything you need/want at a terrific price.
4.8 on June 19, 2008
This is the 3rd time in 10 years that we've stayed at this property and we've always enjoyed our stay. The food is out of this world - staff is friendly, warm without hovering and we LOVE the building. Beautiful exposed brick in the Old Row House located in a residential area. Great garden area to enjoy the breakfast.
3.6 on June 17, 2008
What a delightful "time out" from the fast paced modern world I discovered on West Gordon Street in a time capsule of a town far removed from everyday life! Charming welcome, upgraded accommodation, perfect location, tasty breakfasts and smiles in abundance made our three night stay here a very memorable one
4.0 on June 01, 2008
We stayed here to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Our room was clean and well maintained. Service was excellent. Also, in a town where parking is premium, there was no problems parking. A close walk to Forsyth Park. Will definitely be returning.
4.2 on May 25, 2008
What can I say except we will be back again next year. Everything went perfectly well and as expected. I go to Savannah every year and try different B&B's. This one is just right for my needs. It has great breakfasts, is on a quiet side streeet with plenty of on street parking (that the inn pays for). The Inn itself is well maintained and the staff is freindly and helpful. I think I've found my place to stay in Savannah.
4.0 on May 17, 2008
Convenient location in historc district. Outstanding service and delicious breakfast (and tea). Very quiet neighborhood.
3.6 on May 01, 2008
During a recent roadtrip with my boyfriend, we stayed for 2 nights at the Bed and Breakfast in Savannah. We stayed in the "Live Oak" suite, which completely blew us away. Not only was it completely spacious, it was gorgeously decorated with a picturesque view from the front window. I liked that it was separate from the other rooms- we felt as if we were returning "home" each night. The only negative thing I have to say was that no one told us they were doing construction on the building before we booked...luckily we woke up early each day but the banging and machines started by 8AM literally outside our window! That was extremely annoying, and I wish I had been notified of this prior to booking. My boyfriend and I didn't socialize with the other guests during our short time, but the staff was extremely friendly and welcoming. We also liked that they had a basket of all the local menus in the parlor to help you choose a place to eat. Overall, it was a great romantic spot- I would definitely stay here again!