Savannah according to C.L. Zeitstück!
While touring Savannah, it isn’t very often the average traveler meets those whom consider the ‘Hostess City of the South’ their home...
Come enjoy the elegance of Historic Savannah firsthand in one of our beautifully decorated guest rooms. All of our accommodations include a private bathroom, cable TV, wireless internet, telephones, irons, and air conditioning. Click here for a description of all our amenities. All of our standard rooms, except the Tea Olive, are up two flights of stairs.
The Tea Olive is a cozy room with a private entrance, foyer, and large bath. The bed is set back in its own inlet of the room. It is named after the Tea Olive trees that add a delicate scent to our courtyards in the spring. The Tea Olive room is sold as a value room, even though its size and convenient location classify this room as a higher rate room. Because its location is directly beneath the main parlor area, we do not recommend the Tea Olive room for light sleepers. It is a great choice for our budget conscious guests who prefer not to climb stairs.
Enjoy the grace of the South in this inviting room. Located on the top floor of the main house, two large windows draped with lace allow for lots of natural light and a nice view of Chatham Square. The Parkview will soothe you with genteel green paint, one exposed brick wall, and a beautiful decorative fireplace.
Experience southern ambiance in this cheerful room, adorned with a queen sized, four-poster bed, large windows, and a comfortable reading chair for enjoying our great selection of books. You are certain to enjoy the authentically historic feel of this room with it’s special pale yellow walls made of original horse hair plaster. This room is located up two flights of stairs in the main house
Savannah is blessed with magnificent magnolia trees that flower fragrant ivory blossoms. The Magnolia possesses a similar beauty. You will rest comfortably in the queen-sized bed, surrounded by beautiful artwork, a decorative fireplace, and the gorgeous contrast of pale yellow walls and exposed brick. The room is located up two flights of stairs in the main house.
Take a peek at the ancient Egypt aesthetic in this well-appointed room. The largest of our standard rooms, the Egyptian is decorated with authentic Egyptian artwork, a queen sized, four-poster bed, warm earthy tones, exposed brick walls, and a decorative fireplace. It is located on the top floor of the main house, providing an exceptional view of Chatham square and generous amounts of natural light.
Named for one of England’s most celebrated prime ministers, William Pitt Elder, the Earl of Chatham, this inviting room is furnished with a beautiful queen sized, four-poster bed, deep red paint, exposed brick, and a decorative fireplace. Located on the top floor and right next to the main house, two large windows provide a perfect view of Chatham square below.
This dignified room is named in honor of the legendary revolutionary war hero and Polish military commander, Casmir Pulaski. You will feel at home in this room furnished with a classic, queen-sized sleigh bed, comfortable reading chair, antique desk, warm colors, and classic exposed brick. The Pulaski is located up two flights of stairs directly next to the main house.
As beautiful as the the flower it’s named after, the Camellia room will charm you time and time again with its elegant decoration and convenient location in a secluded courtyard garden. The Camellia is on the second floor of one of our carriage houses and features a king-sized bed as well as two stuffed sitting chairs and ornate decorations. The Camelia is accessed via two sets of stairs and as such is not suitable for all guests.