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Bed & Breakfast Inn

At a Glance

    Pros

  • children welcome
  • cottages with kitchens are particularly well priced
  • free on-street parking

    Cons

  • 20-minute walk to the river
  • front desk not staffed after 9 pm

Bed & Breakfast Inn Review

The rooms at this restored 1853 Federal-style row house on historic Gordon Row near Chatham Square aren't quite as luxe as some of Savannah's finer B&Bs, but they are handsomely appointed and retain many elements of the home's original charm, such as beamed ceilings and exposed-brick walls. The owner claims this was the first bed-and-breakfast to open in Savannah almost 30 years ago. The courtyard garden is a lovely cluster of potted tropical flowers surrounding an inviting koi pond. There are four self-contained cottages, and some rooms also have kitchens. Breakfast is good and may include sweet-potato pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and eggs to order. Breakfast can be taken in the parlor or out on the patio, where you may be joined by one of the three courtyard cats. Afternoon tea service is accompanied by fresh baked goods, and milk and homemade chocolate-chip cookies are served every night of the week. Guests who don't have a refrigerator in their room can use the one in the main kitchen, as well as the microwave.

    Hotel Details

  • 25 rooms, 5 suites, 4 cottages, 2 townhomes.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • N/A.
Updated: 11-29-2012

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