Built in 1895, the Galloway House Inn is not an interpretation of Savannah history -- it is a part of Savannah history.
The original owners of the house, the Lester family, were immortalized in John Jakes Civil War novel “Savannah” and at the time were considered to be among the most prominent and wealthiest families in Georgia.
Today, guests of the Galloway House Inn enjoy one and two bedroom suites, each large enough for utter luxury, but intimate enough to feel like home. Decorated in classic Savannah style, antique furniture, period oil paintings and eclectic artifacts of local history, all coming together to create a special edge of style and history.
Had a lovely stay here even on a chilly weekend in February. Jim and Keith were excellent hosts. We were given lots of recommendations on great restaurants within walking distance. Enjoyed our room...
happyfeet51 | Jan 21, 2021
“Went Back for the Second Time!”
There just isn't a better place to stay in Savannah if you're looking for comfort, quiet, convenience, elegance, and room to stretch out! It is a five minute drive to the historic district but that's...
LaurenN0917 | Dec 22, 2020
“Very charming and comfortable inn! Gem!”
We had a wonderful stay at this super charming inn! It was clean and we appreciated the COVID precautions that were taken to make sure it was safe, which was particularly important to us during these...