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Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn: Room Guide

Our historic Bed and Breakfast Inn consists of various rooms with individual character located in different buildings in historic Gordon Row. With various rooms to choose from; how can one decide! Well, our staff has some consistent favorites across the board that we’d like to recommend.

Looking for a nice, traditional tier room? Perhaps on the first or ground floor, right near the dining room/ parlor area? The Parlor and Tomochichi are our most consistently adored rooms in that description! The Tomochichi sits on the ground floor, with courtyard access. Not only that, but all four of its walls are exposed brick. Perfect for a cozy little hideaway for a couple! The Parlor room seems to have more sophistication; with the antiquated desk, the canopy, and the white faux marble fireplace.
Of course, all of our fireplaces are non-functioning. Please refrain from setting fires in the rooms. J

Looking for a traditional room away from the street? Feeling adventurous and don’t mind the stairs? Look no further than the Tree Top! You have the entire top floor to yourself, including a small kitchenette and living area. Definitely one of the better views in the inn. (A personal favorite of yours truly, but some can’t handle the stairs.)
Need a value room? The Egyptian is the unanimous favorite of the staff at the inn. The décor, the view of the square, the natural light, exposed brick… Completely worth the climb up, and the added benefit of being quiet. Perhaps I’m alone on this next one, but I do like the Pulaski room. It has no lack of exposed brick, and some of the most vibrant paintings in the inn. The sleigh bed and the deep red theme of the room makes for a cozy experience.

Going to spring for a Premium? Oh, it’s so hard to choose which one. If you’re only travelling as a couple, I would recommend the Live Oak Suite, which is basically a full apartment on the first floor on one of our buildings, or our new John Wesley Room, with its king-sized bed and TWO fireplaces. It’s also worth mentioning that our Master’s suite has a balcony that overlooks the courtyard. Perfect to enjoy a glass of wine and spy on the cats!

Travelling with four or more? If you adore extravagance as much as I, you’ll fall in love with the Jasper House; most of our staff has! It’s a three-story house can accommodate up to eight people and its parlor is just BREATH-TAKING. Colonial glamour at its finest and, I won’t hesitate to say this, the best décor in the inn, as seen above.

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Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn: Room Guide

Our historic Bed and Breakfast Inn consists of various rooms with individual character located in different buildings in...

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