Named Savnanah's #1 hotel by TripAdvisor reviewers, The Kehoe House is an exquisitely restored 1892 Renaissance Revival mansion in Savannah's Historic District. Winner of TripAdvisor's Travelers Choice Award for 2017, 2018, and 2019. Ranked as the United State's #3 Top Romantic hotel; #6 Top Hotel for Service, and #8 Small Hotel.
The Kehoe House was built in 1892 by William Kehoe, a successful iron foundry owner. The home's architectural style is Queen Anne Revival. Its exterior stairways, balustrades, window treatments, fluted columns and capitals, fences and gates are all cast iron, a tribute to the iron foundry's excellence in pattern making and casting. The house overlooks Columbia Square, and features 13 guest rooms and multiple private and semi-private balconies.
Amenities include daily gourmet cooked-to-order breakfast, a wine and hors d'oeuvres reception, homemade cookies, and turndown service. There's a private garden courtyard where guests enjoy a traditional Savannah outdoor space for dining and relaxing. A concierge is on hand to assist with recommendations and reservations.
COVID-19 Safety Measures
- Savannah Safe
- Social Distancing
New COVID-19 Procedures and Policies: When you book your reservation, you'll first experience a new contact-free check-in procedure that will get you settled in quickly without unnecessary contact. Once you arrive, you'll find many of us wearing masks and gloves, hand sanitizer available in common areas, and, of course, we'll be practicing social distancing. We've gone digital with in-room and about-the-property information you might need while here, so you can access that and more with your own phone. Be assured, our staff is up to speed on ways to be safe, while still helping you enjoy your visit to Savannah. Cleanliness & Disinfecting Practices at the Inns: Our staff is adhering to an aggressive cleaning and disinfecting protocol. Our goal is to provide the highest standards of cleanliness, disinfection and hygiene possible for our guests and staff.
- AAA Discounts
- Military Discounts
- Senior Discounts
Private Garden Venue for Small, Outdoor Weddings
For a small, intimate wedding with up to 16 guests, select The Kehoe House's beautiful private garden courtyard for your venue. Our Garden Courtyard Wedding package makes it easy to have a small outdoor wedding in a beautiful historic Savannah setting. The Location
Tucked away on the south side of The Kehoe House building on Columbia Square is a small, brick-lined and gated garden courtyard. Wrought iron tables and a flowing fountain give the space a classic Savannah feel. The courtyard is framed by the tall brick facade of this 1890s architectural gem. Because this is an outdoor venue, our Music Room and side porch stand at the ready in the event of rain.
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Aptobias22 | Sep 25, 2020
“Most fantastic place to stay!”
Stayed for our anniversary and what an amazing place this is. The staff is super helpful catering to every need and making sure everything is great. The breakfasts are beyond compare, so delicious...
Rachella01 | Sep 23, 2020
“Remarkable Vacation! ”
Words cannot express how extraordinary the Kehoe house experience has been for us! As a type 1 diabetic, our priorities were safety and cleanliness. The Kehoe house exceed our expectations on every...
RuBoxerMom | Sep 14, 2020
“Excellence -- A Savannah Treat”
Yes, yes ... from the moment you arrive, Jordan, Nick, Rita and Samantha will make you feel at home. I love that these Inns are staffed all night and I cannot think of a thing you can wish for that...
Yelp Overall Rating
Biana G. | Jun 26, 2020
Loved our stay at this charming and historic B&B!
We were hesitant to stay at any hotel due to COVID, however Kehoe House made us feel comfortable and...
Christopher M. | Mar 12, 2020
2nd visit to the Kehoe House was just as amazing as the first! The staff is by far the best we have ever experienced. They are so welcoming, helpful with...
Taylor G. | Jul 30, 2020
What an amazing stay. The staff was excellent, and the hospitality couldn't get any better. I honestly can not think of a single thing they could have done...