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These Savannah B&Bs Will Make You Want to Move in

Snuggle up in a cozy bed, feast on home-cooked meals and experience true southern hospitality at these Savannah B&Bs. These B&Bs are so cozy, you’ll never want to leave!

Photo Credit: 17 Hundred 90 Inn and Restaurant

Photo Credit: 17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant

17Hundred90 

Named for the year it was constructed, 17Hundred90 has been in service for over a hundred years, providing an experience and attention to detail without equal in a historic city which prides itself in showering visitors in the unhurried luxury and service of times gone by.

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Photo Credit: Azalea Inn & Gardens

Azalea Inn and Gardens

Located near Forsyth Park, Azalea Inn and Gardens includes ten elegant rooms as well as 3 adjacent B&B Villas. The laid-back Southern charms at Azalea Inn & Villas include veranda porches, guest parlors, a swimming pool, hidden gardens and evening wine with light appetizers.

Photo Credit: Catherine Ward House Inn

Photo Credit: Catherine Ward House Inn

 

Catherine Ward House

The Catherine Ward House, built in 1886, is considered by many to be the best example of High Victorian Italianate Architecture in the low country and Savannah. As a guest of the Catherine Ward House Inn, you can enjoy the grace of the 1880’s, combined with the modern comforts of today.

Photo Credit: Eliza Thompson House

Photo Credit: Eliza Thompson House

Eliza Thompson House

Built in 1847, the Eliza Thompson House offers visitors a private, peaceful retreat just a short walk from Savannah‘s historic attractions. The inn includes a brick-paved garden courtyard and beautiful moss-draped trees. It is located on beautiful Jones Street, just a block away from Mrs. Wilkes famous restaurant and a short walk to Forsyth Park.

Photo Credit: Foley House Inn

Photo Credit: Foley House Inn

Foley House Inn 

Relax in one of Foley House Inn‘s 19 unique, large guest rooms, each carefully decorated to compliment the time and theme of its historic period and perfect for a romantic getaway.

Photo Credit: Forsyth Park Inn

Photo Credit: Forsyth Park Inn

Forsyth Park Inn

Experience the lifestyle of a bygone era at the Forsyth Park Inn, a circa 1896 Queen Anne Victorian Savannah bed and breakfast, where you will be enveloped in true Southern hospitality.

Photo Credit: Green Palm Inn

Photo Credit: Green Palm Inn

Green Palm Inn

Fodor’s guide called Green Palm Inn a “pleasing little discovery” and “a little gem of an inn”. Southern generosity prevails in this cheery home inn, which makes it an incredibly cozy place to stay in Savannah.

Photo Credit: Zeigler House Inn

Photo Credit: Zeigler House Inn

Zeigler House Inn

Standing out on the otherwise quiet avenue, Zeigler House Inn offers good cheer, a simply exquisite jubilee of casual fare, and privileged comforts with ultimate privacy.

 

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5 Responses to “These Savannah B&Bs Will Make You Want to Move in”

  1. Tiffany Wright says:

    Savannah has the most beautiful Bed and Breakfast! Of course all of Savannah is beautiful!

  2. Jackie says:

    Don’t forget my favorite please — The Ballastone Inn. It’s beautiful and perfect for a romantic outing.

  3. Penny Stith says:

    My husband and I spent a weekend at the Ballastone oh so many year ago, and loved every minute of our stay there.

  4. Lisa Waters says:

    I’m planning a trip soon. Can anyone recommend a quaint little bed and breakfast that would have an antique claw foot tub and doors opening to a patio or garden courtyard space that’s a little private?

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