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Azalea Inn and Gardens
217 East Huntingdon
Historic District near Forsyth Park
Savannah, GA 31401
USA
Téléphone: +1--9122366080
Fax: +1--9122360127
Numéro vert: +1--8005823823

Teresa and Jake

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Relax poolside in our hidden garden urban oasis at our historic Savannah Georgia bed and breakfast innGenerosity of heart and spirit, personal Innkeeper/co-owner Teresa Jacobson sets the pace for lighthearted hospitality at Azalea Inn and Gardens in Savannah's downtown historic district.  Included in the room's rate is the inn's signature New Southern Cuisine -- homemade afternoon desserts, gourmet breakfast, wine hour with boutique wines and hors d'oeuvres, plus anytime port in the parlor.
For Savannah leisure and business travelers whose tastes run to a casually sportive lifestyle, the Azalea Inn and Gardens emphasizes soulfully relaxing bed and breakfast lodging in the Savannah historic district ... doused with imaginative southern cuisine and a private swimming pool.Forsyth Place features an old-timey walk-through window to your al fresco leisure. Air-jet tub soothes the day's end. A couple from Stockholm, Sweden complimented our relaxing indulgences.
A honeymoon and engagement getaway favorite, romance is in the air in the Cotton Exchange Suite.Overlook the Savannah bed and breakfast Inn's year-around colorful heritgage gardens, and mesmerizing Victorian architecture in the Huntingdon Street neighborhood near Forsyth Park ... historic Savannah's infamous central park.
Redecorated in fall 2007, Gentleman's Parlor features authentic old Savannah colors and handsome Oriental touches.Breakfast at the Inn.  “…I loved breakfast.  The food was excellent and the conversation and laughter around the table got my day off to a great start….” ~Guest (2010)
Poolside with Champagne Mimosas, Lemon Meringue Chiffon Cake, and Trifle.  Our Guests say, “[We] enjoyed our stay at your B&B.  The room was comfy, the balcony welcoming, the pool area relaxing.  I could go on!  So I will … The breakfasts were yummy! the coffee perfect, and most of all you guys WERE the best hosts!!! … easy going, hospitable, helpful.... Thank you for all….” The private balcony of Live Oak Canopy beckons in the Savannah historic district, once called affectionately "Forest City" in 1733
Luxurious relaxing end to a fabulous day in Savannah with a soak in Cotton Exchange's air-jet tub! " Will recommend this place without reservation to those looking for tranquility and to recharge their batteries."  -- September 2011 GuestsOverlooking the bed and breakfast inn's East gardens is the airy Huntingdon Garden. Decorated in Historic Savannah colors, the king bed features a feather mattress topper that has been described "... like sleeping on a marshmallow." Hidden trundle bed makes room for three when girlfriends get away.
Innkeepers Jake and Teresa Jacobson walk their three Yorkies -- Ben, Joey and Kacey -- in the east gardens at Azalea Inn and Gardens.  Savannah's beautiful Victorian architecture is seen in the background.  "“The best place we’ve stayed during a two week trip to the USA.” 
~London, England coupleFeaturing low volume irrigation, the inn's newly landscaped indigenous southern gardens were featured on the prestigious Savannah Tour of Homes and Gardens. Here, with his devoted little Yorkie, Ben, innkeeper Jake Jacobson is poolside refreshing the inn's gardens.
The private oasis of The Azalea Inn and Gardens includes a small, refreshing swimming pool, surrounded by year around colorful gardens.