These Savannah B&Bs Will Make You Want to Move In
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Snuggle up in a cozy bed, feast on home-cooked meals and experience true southern hospitality at these Savannah B&Bs. These B&Bs are so cozy, you’ll never want to leave!
17hundred90 Inn & Restaurant
Named for the year it was constructed, the 17Hundred90 Inn has been in service for over a hundred years, providing an experience and attention to detail without equal in a historic city which prides itself in showering visitors in the unhurried luxury and service of times gone by.
Azalea Inn & Villas
Located near Forsyth Park, the Azalea Inn includes ten elegant rooms as well as three adjacent B&B villas. The laid-back Southern charms at Azalea Inn & Villas include veranda porches, guest parlors, a swimming pool, hidden gardens and evening wine with light appetizers.
Overlooking Columbia Square is the Kehoe House. Ranked number one by visitors, this renaissance mansion exudes Southern hospitality. Outstanding architecture, gourmet breakfast and turndown service are just a few amenities you can expect here. Relax and enjoy dinner in the private garden courtyard.
Eliza Thompson House
Built in 1847, the Eliza Thompson House offers visitors a private, peaceful retreat just a short walk from Savannah‘s historic attractions. The inn includes a brick-paved garden courtyard and romantic moss-draped trees. It is located on beautiful Jones Street, just a block away from Mrs. Wilkes' famous restaurant and a short walk to Forsyth Park.
Luxury and elegance awaits you at the Hamilton-Turner Inn. Located directly across from Lafayette Square, this gorgeous private mansion takes you back in time, introducing you to the finest Southern living. Experience its charm, personalized hospitality and why it’s known for being the perfect romantic escape.
The Inn On West Liberty
Built originally as a private residence, The Inn On West Liberty greets its visitors with warmth, elegance and hospitality. The sprawling historic Italianate home offers eight timeless guest rooms, charmingly named after a few of Savannah's most iconic squares. The Pulaski Square Cottage is an exceptional choice for privacy and is also pet-friendly.
Green Palm Inn
Fodor’s guide called the Green Palm Inn a “pleasing little discovery” and “a little gem of an inn.” Southern comfort prevails in this cheery home inn, which makes it an incredibly cozy place to stay in Savannah.