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My husband and I stayed here in March 2015, a Wed. and a Thurs. night. We stayed in the Turkish room. It's up one flight of narrow stairs in the main building. I found the room itself beautiful, with high ceilings, a brick wall and...More
Savannah Bed and Breakfast Inn is simply wonderful! It’s a series of connected buildings facing a beautiful and tranquil square. The location is perfect! It’s only a few minutes’ walk to Mrs. Wilkes and Forsyth Park. It’s also about a 15 minute stroll to all...More
My husband and I arrived late at 10 pm, the night of our reservation. From other posted reviews, we decided to elect for an early breakfast time of 7:45 am to prevent excessive wait times. Our first impressions of the Inn were formed at Breakfast,...More
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Response from Bob_McAlister, Owner at Savannah Bed & Breakfast InnResponded 23 March 2015
Dear Stefanie, thank you for choosing our historic inn for your recent stopover in Savannah and I am sorry to hear that your stay did not measure up to your expectations. I apologize that breakfast was late and that our coordinator was clearly stressed and...More
We spent 2 nights in the Oglethorpe Room, a comfortable room on the ground floor facing the street. I was pleasantly surprised that it was as quiet as it was -- not much street noise other than occasional people walking past the building. The location...More
My bf and I went to Savannah for the first time. I chose this location because it was centrally located to everything we wanted to see and it came with a full breakfast included. The staff was fantastic. Our room was on the top of...More
Response from JimPrtOrng | Reviewed this property |
Parking is a premium especially around that area. My suggestion is get to where you are going early, park the best you can and pedi cab or taxi anywhere after that. Trust me, if you go anywhere at night and come back even... More
Parking is a premium especially around that area. My suggestion is get to where you are going early, park the best you can and pedi cab or taxi anywhere after that. Trust me, if you go anywhere at night and come back even around 10 you no doubt will not find a quality parking spot. Even in a normal sized vehicle its cramped. Unfortunately Savannah is not a "parking" friendly city...