Which B&B in Savannh

Old Aug 3rd, 2004, 08:18 AM
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Which B&B in Savannh

Which B & B should I stay at in Savannah? The Gastonian, Kehoe House or Gaston Gallery? Is it worth the price to pay so much?
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Old Aug 3rd, 2004, 08:37 AM
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What are you looking for in a B & B? In July, we stayed at the Presidents Quarters and were completely satisfied. I think it is a little less expensive than the ones you mentioned.
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Stay at the Zeigler House. You'll get a whole apartment with outside terrace that is as nice as any of your choices for less money. We would never stay anywhere else in Savannah. You can see reviews on TripAdvisor.com. Link is below.
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Like Craig, I've stayed at the President's Quarters and was very happy there. The rooms are huge and have sitting areas and small refrigerators in the bathrooms. We also had a balcony. The prices were a little lower than some of the other B&B's in the area. The breakfasts were delicious and I really liked that they delivered it to your room if you didn't want to eat in the dining area. They are located next to one of the squares and it was easy to walk anywhere we wanted to go.
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Just went to Zeigler - their $150. per is now $200. in late Oct - sort of wipes out the super DAL fares from DFW ending today.
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Old Aug 4th, 2004, 02:59 PM
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The only you've mentioned that I'm familiar with is the Kehoe House. Their website is www.kehoehouse.com. Is it worth the money? I think so--it's simply beautiful and unique and the staff is very gracious. But then again, my husband and I are particularly enamoured of historical things, so that was the draw for us. It's a grand old mansion.
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