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All reviews southern gentleman beautifully restored home scad students southern hospitality antique collection served on fine china pecan praline wonderful stories within walking distance restaurant recommendations a lovely place to stay historic district the location is perfect each morning explore savannah savannah experience stayed two nights
I really don't know how to describe my stay at The Stephen Williams House except to say it has to be one of the most amazing experiences I have had and I will never forget my stay here. Albert the owner is a wonderful gentleman...More
This place is a gem! Albert Wall, the owner and Manager is one of the most delightful people I have ever met. The Inn is very charming and comfortable with wonderful beds and a well appointed bathroom. The house has many historical artifacts many of...More
We stayed there just a couple of weeks ago. I was just expecting the typical B&B type of accommodation, not what we walked into. We were transformed back to the early 1800's in this beautifully restored home by proprietor and inn keeper Dr. Albert Wall....More
Just wonderful from check-in to check-out. I arrived early and Alice graciously allowed me to check in, gave me a tour, and along with Brandan (the interior, exterior and garden designer) helped me with my bags. The house is gorgeous as is the lovely peaceful...More
The location is perfect, right in the historic district. Couple blocks to walk to restaurants. Maybe 6 blocks to the river front. Charming city with all the squares and parks. This B&B, built in 1834 has been restored so well. Alice met us and gave...More
There is no menu. The proprietor decides what to serve which usually comes with a story like from a special recipe from a famous plantation in the 1800’s. It was very good every morning. If you prefer a menu you are better... More
There is no menu. The proprietor decides what to serve which usually comes with a story like from a special recipe from a famous plantation in the 1800’s. It was very good every morning. If you prefer a menu you are better off staying at a hotel.