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Location of this Inn is hard to beat. It is right in the center of Historic District. It overlooks the Square where Forest Gump shared his story. Right behind it and right next to it there are two Christian Cathedrals. So if you are not...More
I woke up on my 57th birthday at the Foley House Inn. The accommodation's were SUPERB! I would like to thank the entire team for making our stay so enjoyable. Special thanks to the innkeeper Ms. Ancrum outstanding customer service. If I should every need...More
We spent 3 nights at the Foley House Inn the last week of September. We stayed in the Grimthorp Room on the second floor, and just loved it. The room is large with a king size 4 poster bed, and a little couch to sit...More
We visited the Foley House Inn for our 30th anniversary in September. We had been to Savannah a few times but had never stayed overnight. We chose Foley House from the internet, and could not have made a better choice. Christine and Becky made us...More
My husband and I spent a wonderful time at The Foley House Inn just recently. We wanted to travel to Savannah because we have not been there in such a long time and wanted to stay at a bed and Breakfast. Had no idea which...More
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No, Savannah has on-street parking. We sell 2-day parking passes issued by the city that allow you to park at any meter. The 2-day pass is 14 dollars. Parking is free on the weekends. Normally guests have no trouble parking... More
No, Savannah has on-street parking. We sell 2-day parking passes issued by the city that allow you to park at any meter. The 2-day pass is 14 dollars. Parking is free on the weekends. Normally guests have no trouble parking within 1 block of the Inn. If you have any other questions, please call our front desk at 800-647-3708. Thank you
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"Stairs are long and steep. If you're not up for that, be sure to choose a lower floor. All rooms quiet."