There’s nothing quite like staying at a cozy inn, especially when you’re in a city as charming as Savannah. When you stay at the Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn, you’ll be immersed in Savannah’s Historic District, which is home to the city’s most popular historical sites, restaurants and attractions.
Aside from the inn’s gorgeous furnishings and noteworthy amenities, the Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn also has a fascinating history that dates back to the 1850s – the building was even previously owned by the infamous Jim Williams of the New York Times bestseller, Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil. Keep reading to find out why this charming inn needs to be at the top of your list of potential places to stay in Savannah.
Unlike other inns, Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn has great options for large groups, making it the perfect accommodation for big families, company retreats, girls’ getaways and more. They even offer rentals of The Jasper House and The Connor House, three-story historic homes that are sure to please the entire family. Talk about a memorable trip you won’t soon forget!
A Southern-Style Breakfast
One of the many highlights to staying at the Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn is having a hearty Southern-style buffet breakfast on the patio. Imagine starting your day with homemade French toast served with all the toppings or a warm bowl of creamy shrimp and grits, all while relaxing just steps from your room on the Inn’s charming patio.
The Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn combines the elegance of a historic private home with the comfort of a gracious inn. All of the Inn’s guest quarters are furnished with antiques, oriental carpets and a variety of books for you to borrow. Be transported to a simpler time when you gather in the parlor area to share stories from the day’s adventures or get a restful night’s sleep in an ornate four-poster bed.
For those who have experienced it before, there’s nothing quite like staying at a cozy Savannah inn. When you stay at the Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn, you’ll be immersed in one of the most popular districts in our area. Shop, dine and admire everything there is in Savannah's Historic District, just a few short steps outside of your quaint guest room.