Welcome to Savannah's Premier Bed and Breakfast Inn, adjacent to Chatham Square and located in the heart of the historic district. Dating from 1853 the Inn is only a block away from the splendor of Forsyth Park. The Inn comprises 30 air-conditioned private rooms and combines the elegance and personality of a historic private home with the graciousness of an inn. Guests are served a complimentary homemade breakfast in elegant surroundings on a daily basis and treated to afternoon tea and bedtime cookies and milk. Guest parking is also complimentary.
Originally the master bedroom of the home, this spacious room is adorned with serene blue walls, a queen-sized bed, decorative fireplace, and a separate sitting area with maritime decor and private balcony.
Nightly Rate: $219/$139
This spacious bright room with queen-size four-poster bed is up two flights of stairs and overlooks beautiful Chatham Square. Sleeps 2
Nightly Rate: $179/$149
Reminiscent of yesteryear, this room is named for the scent of jasmine that lingers in the air on our sunny spring afternoons. This room is painted in a rich tropical persimmon and is located off of our back deck which overlooks our beautifully manicured courtyard. Adorned with a magnificent, queen-sized poster bed with a canopy crown, this room provides lots of natural light and has a cozy sitting area.
Nightly Rate: $219/$129
Feel like a Savannah local in this cottage. The sunny decor of vibrant reds will bring cheer to your day. Walk in from our courtyard into a delightful living room/sitting area and kitchenette on the main level. Up the stairs is the lovely bedroom and bath furished with a beautiful, queen-size, four-poster, rice bed.
Nightly Rate: $219/$149
Unwind in a room that reflects the luxury of the orient. This exotic room is furnished with a queen-size four poster bed, and decor of rich red, exposed brick walls and a brick fireplace. Located on the rear of the main house overlooking our courtyard, this room is only up one set of stairs.
Nightly Rate: $199/$129
Spend an evening or two in the library. This delightful sunny room is decorated with an elegant queen-size, four poster bed and a beautiful fireplace. This light-filled room was given its name because of the amazing selection of books ranging a wide variety of gengres. It is located on the front of the house and is only up one flight of stairs.
Nightly Rate: $199/$129
Savannah is blessed with magnificent Magnolia trees that flower fragrant ivory blossoms. The Magnolia possesses a similar beauty. You will rest comfortably in the queen-sized bed, surrounded by beautiful artwork, decorative fireplace, and the gorgeous contrast of pale yellow walls and exposed-brick. The room is located up two flights of stairs in the main house.
Nightly Rate: $179/$149
Take a peek at the ancient Egypt aesthetic in this well appointed room. The largest of our standard rooms, the Egyptian is decorated with authentic Egyptian artwork, a queen-size, four-poster bed, warm earthy tones, exposed-brick walls, and a decorative fireplace. It is located on the top floor of the main house, providing an exceptional view of Chatham Square and generous amounts of natural light.
Nightly Rate: $189/$149
The Inn's most cheerful room, named after the Owner's daughter. The Holly room has a single queen size bed with an ornate mahagony headboard and decorative fireplace. It was a beautiful view of Chatham square below, plenty of sunshine, and wonderful energy. It is a traditional rooms, located up one flight of internal stairs.
Nightly Rate: $209/$179
The Azalea room is a spacious two rooms suite with two queen sized beds and a private bath. Located in the rear of the house, the Azalea is a very quiet dignified room. The perfect place to spread out and relax. The Azalea room is a traditional room located up one flight of internal stairs. Rates are based on double occupancy. A $40 per night charge will be added by the Inn for each additional person. Rates are based on double occupancy. The Inn charges an extra person fee for each extra person per night.
Nightly Rate: $209/$179
Savannah is known the world over for its staggering live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, and our largest suite mirrors that grandeur. Decorated with deep hues of red, exposed brick walls, and two fireplaces, this suite is complete with a living room, dining room, kitchenette, and private bedroom with an exquisite queen-size, four-poster rice bed with canopy crown. The Live Oak is located right down the row from the main house and sits directly in front of Chatham Square.
It’s not difficult to feel like nobility in this stately room. Originally the master bedroom of the home, this spacious room is adorned with serene blue walls, a queen-size bed, decorative fireplace, and maritime decor. It provides a large bathroom, distinguished sitting area, and private balcony complete with cozy rocking chairs and a colorful view of our courtyards.
Come rest in the tranquil ambiance of The Blue Cottage. It comes complete with a quaint living room, plenty of books, and a kitchenette on the main the level. When you climb the authentic stairs you find the bedroom adnorned with a queen-sized four poster bed and your own private bathroom.
A perfect romantic get-a-way for two (or a perectly quiet retreat for one!), this whimsical cottage is furnished with a comfortable queen-size bed with an ornately carved mahogany headboard. Just up the wrougt iron spiral staircase is your comfortable living space with small kitchenette, living room/sitting area, and a private deck overlooking our colorful courtyard.
You will feel like royalty as you enter this regal room adorned with an opulent, queen-size, four-poster bed, This spacious room has a soothing light rosemary-green paint, one exposed-brick wall, and a decorative fireplace. It also has a sitting area and a gorgeous view of Chatham Square. Located on the main level, this room is not only conveniently located, but has the option of a roll-a-way bed that could sleep a third person.
This room is named in honor of Savannah’s original host, Chief Tomochichi of the Yamacraw tribe allowed General James Oglethorpe to settle our unique city. The Tomochichi is a delightfully warm room with a queen-size, four-poster bed and exposed brick walls. It is located on street level and conveniently has a private door leading out to a sitting area in our courtyard.
Named in honor of Savannah’s founder, General James Oglethorpe, this room is furnished with two queen-size beds with matching ornate mahogany headboards. Conveniently located on street level, the decor is lovely with granny smith green paint, one exposed-brick wall, and a decorative fireplace.
This spacious suite is perfect for a totally private escape from the stresses of daily life. Besides having a stunning view of the city and lots of character, this suite also has exposed brick walls and two decorative fireplaces. Complete with a living room, dining room, kitchenette, and separate bedroom, the coziness of the tree top awaits you. Up two flights of stairs the tree top boasts the best view of all the rooms of the inn.
Get a small taste of the Near East as you step into this exquisitely decorated room with two beautiful, twin-size, four-poster beds. Two large windows facing Chatham Square allow for lots of natural light and a beautiful view. Climb only one flight of stairs to one of the most unique rooms in the inn.
A short stroll down the lane leads our guests extremely private cottage. Originally a carriage house, it has been renovated into a space with modern decor and amenities such as a kitchenette and breakfast nook. The bedroom is located up one flight of stairs and has a delux king size with a spectacular ornate mahogany headboard. This cottage has the option of two twin beds and a roll-away for multiple travelers and is a special request for guests who stay for longer visits.
Enjoy the grace of the South in this inviting room. Located on the top floor of the main house, two large windows draped with lace allow for lots of natural light and a nice view of Chatham Square. The Parkview will soothe you with a genteel pink paint, one exposed-brick wall, and a beautiful decorative fireplace. The period furnishings of this room will transpose you into another time and a state of mind
Experience Southern ambiance in this cheerful room, adorned with a queen-size, four-poster bed, large windows, and a comfortable reading chair for enjoying our great selection of books.. You are certain to enjoy the authentically historic feel of this room with it’s special pale yellow walls made of original horse hair plaster. This room is located up two flights of stairs in the main house.
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.
Savannah Historic District
Savannah, GA (SAV) 20 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Mercer House half a block away, Tybee Island Beach about 20 minute drive, Forsyth Park a block away, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Internet Service, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
2 Cats , Cats are outdoor only. Others
Low fat , Vegetarian
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
Every evening we bake made from scratch chocolate chip cookies. Served directly from the oven, they are warm, gooey, and the perfect bedtime treat, especially when enjoyed over a glass of milk.