Savannah: A Writer's Mossy Paradise
As a fiction writer, I can very comfortably say that Savannah, Georgia, is one of the best places to both live in and travel to for...
Our Premium rooms include the honeymoon favorite, the Master’s, our most popular, Live Oak Suite, as well as our four carriage houses. Additionally, three new rooms have been added to our inn. These are suites with full living accommodations and can sleep 4-8 people.
Savannah is known the world over for its magnificent live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, and our largest suite mirrors that grandeur. Decorated with deep hues of red, exposed brick walls, and two decorative fireplaces, this suite is complete with a living room, dining room, and separate private bedroom with an exquisite queen sized, four-poster rice bed with canopy crown. The Live Oak is located right down the row from the main house and overlooks Chatham square.
It’s not difficult to feel like nobility in this stately room. Originally the master bedroom of the home, this spacious room is adorned with serene blue walls, a queen-sized bed, decorative fireplace, and maritime decor. It provides a large bathroom, distinguished separate sitting area, and private balcony complete with cozy rocking chairs and a colorful view of our courtyards. The Master’s bedroom is the most requested room for honeymooners!
A conveniently located two room, one bath suite decorated in Victorian furnishings. The Jackson Suite boasts a full kitchen, washer and dryer, an outdoor patio, and two decorative fireplaces. With two twin beds and one king bed, the Jackson suite can sleep up to four adults. It is perfect for longer stays and a wonderful home and away from home.
Our most ornate, spacious, and discerning of accommodations. It is a three floor row house next to the inn. The oversized parlor and dining room of the Jasper house will sweep you back to a bygone time, with turn of the century furnishings, artwork, and decor. The remodeled gourmet kitchen will make you feel pampered. Upstairs are 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Two bedrooms contain a single queen bed each, and two bedrooms contain two twin beds each. Each room is decorated with a unique style, and the Jasper house can accommodate up to 8 adults. The Jasper house is sold nightly as a private home with inn amenities. Discounts are available for minimum stays of a week.
The Connor House is a newly renovated 3 floor town home located on the opposite side of Chatham square (about a 45 second walk from the Inn). With 2 bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths, a full kitchen, dining room, sun room, and parlor areas, as well as a courtyard and private parking for 2 small cars. It is perfect for longer visits to Savannah. Two bedrooms contain a queen bed in each room and share a Hollywood bath. The third bedroom contains two twin beds a full bath. The Connor house is sold nightly as a private home with inn amenities. Discounts are available for minimum stays of a week.
Feel like a Savannah local in this cottage. The sunny decor of vibrant reds will bring cheer to your day. Walk in from our courtyard into a delightful living room and sitting area on the main level. Up the staircase is the newly redecorated bedroom and bath furnished with a beautiful, queen sized, four-poster rice bed.
A perfect romantic getaway for two (or a perfectly quiet retreat for one!), this whimsical cottage is furnished with a comfortable queen-sized bed with an ornately carved mahogany headboard. Just up the wrought iron spiral staircase is your comfortable living space, living room/sitting area, and a private deck overlooking our colorful courtyard.
The Juliette Suite is one of our cozier rooms at the inn. Perfect for two guests, the Juliette has a spacious living room with a decorative fireplace, coffee maker, fridge, and microwave. The separate bedroom area is fitted with a king sized bed. This room has a front entrance and a rear leading to the outside patio area; it’s all ground level and there is on-street parking in front. The suite is located at 112 W. Taylor St., it’s just a short stroll across the garden square to the main buildings of the inn.