History of The Bed and Breakfasts of Savannah Collection

History of the Inns & Bed and Breakfasts of Savannah

Each of our six inns offers a rare and special travel venture for guests—accommodations that effortlessly blend the modern and the historic in gorgeous Savannah, Georgia. Details are thoughtfully recreated in each of our bed and breakfasts, where you often feel as if you’ve stepped back in time. You’ll discover warm, welcoming spaces, and pieces of the past surrounding you during your stay. Add in the local magic of the Savannah landscape, and you are treated to a truly Southern experience.

Appreciating Savannah for Her Rich History and Architecture

History of The East Bay Inn Learn More

East Bay Inn - Circa 1852

Historic charm meets modern convenience at East Bay Inn, located in the heart of the historic district. This spirited boutique inn is located just steps from the Savannah River and top local attractions. Experience delicious dining at Skyler’s Restaurant and make sure to join other guests of the inn for the Evening Reception, where you can expect inspired wine and sparkling conversation. 

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History of Eliza Thompson House in Savannah Learn More

Eliza Thompson House - Circa 1847

As Savannah’s Premier Boutique Hotel, The Eliza Thompson House provides a peaceful, private retreat for adult guests. This elegant 1847 inn is located on a quiet corner of the city's historic district, just a short, scenic stroll from Savannah's most beloved historic attractions. Enjoy breakfast in the Courtyard, an Evening Reception with vibrant wines and savory cheeses, and tuck in each night with desserts and coffee prepared for you each evening.

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History of The Gastonian in Savannah, GA Learn More

The Gastonian - Circa 1868

With its remarkable reputation for enhanced guest experiences, The Gastonian Bed and Breakfast raises the bar for Savannah bed and breakfasts. Recognized with many prestigious accolades and travel industry honors throughout the years, we are convinced you will fall under the enchanting spell of The Gastonian.

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History of The Kehoe House in Savannah, Georgia Learn More

The Kehoe House - Circa 1892

This restored 1892 Renaissance Revival mansion located in Savannah's celebrated historic district, overlooks Columbia Square. Each guest room of this striking historic inn features lovely furnishings, elegant style, and lovingly restored details. You’ll awake to the smell of gourmet cooking, and be treated each evening to coffee and homemade biscotti. In short, you’ll love everything about your time at Kehoe House. 

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History of The Marshall House in Savannah Learn More

The Marshall House - Circa 1851

The Marshall House, one of Savannah’s oldest hotels, captures the spirit, charm, and elegance of historic this historic southern city.  With its authentic 19th century doors, moldings, and tall ceilings, the inn takes you to a simpler time—a time when simple things meant a lot. Located right in the center of the historic district, this inn is the perfect way to experience everything Savannah has to offer. 

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History of The Olde Harbour Inn in Savannah Learn More

Olde Harbour Inn - Circa 1812

Experience the authenticity of Savannah's famous River Street when you stay at the historic, pet-friendly Olde Harbour Inn. A spacious and elegant historic hotel, Olde Harbour Inn boasts historic roots that date back to 1812. Located between Factors Walk and River Street, this historic boutique inn provides the perfect home base for your Savannah travel experience.

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