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.
If you are considering staying at the Galloway House B & B in Savannah to celebrate a special occasion, save your money! We booked the lower level of the Galloway House as our honeymoon spot. The...
shiml2016 | Oct 2, 2020
Really charming Inn located in the historic district of Savannah near many restaurants, quaint shops, easy walking to some attractions. The room we had we nicknamed the “Penthouse” as it was on the...
nyctravelr | Jun 11, 2020
“Inviting Southern experience”
Friendly and personalized attention from booking to in-person greeting (including special hello from Great Dane Hudson). Stayed in the Remington Suite, which is actually a full two-bedroom apartment...