Savannah Hotels



Mulberry Inn

At a Glance


  • nice high tea
  • live piano music each afternoon
  • good, caring service translates to repeat clientele


  • rooms are rather basic, without much atmosphere
  • no free parking
  • in a quiet neighborhood at the edge of the Historic District and near some housing projects

Mulberry Inn Review

Once a livery stable, then a cotton warehouse, and then a Coca-Cola bottling plant, this 1860s landmark, with its white-painted brick facade and forest-green awnings, is today one that everyone in Savannah knows and loves. Gleaming heart-pine floors and antiques, including a handsome English grandfather clock and an exquisitely carved Victorian mantel, make this inn unique, and the pianist tickling the keyboard of a baby grand every afternoon adds to the elegant flair. The café is a notch nicer than most others of its class. An executive wing at the back of the hotel is geared to business travelers. Spend time with a book or cocktail in the giant brick courtyard.

    Hotel Details

  • 145 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • N/A.
Updated: 11-07-2012

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