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Hot Summer Specials Still Available!

kathleen Dupuis - Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Through August 31st, you can enjoy a buy one night, get the second night free!  This special is available for all of our exquisite rooms!  If you have ever dreamed of a romantic getaway to a beautiful bed and breakfast in Savannah, now is the time!  Here is a look at what our Inn has to offer!

 

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The Bellevue Room


"The Bellevue room is a beautiful guestroom. Furnished with an elegant Venetian carved queen size bed and all the luxury that goes with it- All sheet sets are 100% Egyptian cotton, with a high thread count and a luscious decorative coverlet throw making this room complete in appeal.

Equipped with a private bath, this room comes with the original gold and marble sink and matching gold mirror. In addition, the bathroom has a relaxing single sauna. On your stay we will provide summer and winter plush monogrammed bathrobes, slippers, and pristine 5 star hotel towels."

 

 

 

The Bon Viant Room

 

"Experience a unique cottage chic design in our lower level garden room, which offers a whimsical and delightful atmosphere of pure romance.  Double French doors embrace a private and peaceful oasis with scents of jasmine and honeysuckle.

Upon entering the room, you'll be introduced to a towering Victorian queen-size Porch Bed designed and handcrafted by a local craftsman. A matching oversized armoire and linen tower complete the “simply pink” look and exquisite Italian linens create a heavenly nights sleep."

 




The Provence Room

 

"The Provence room is alluring with its old world French country side charm. Peaceful and enchanting, this room overlooks the courtyard. The room comes furnished with a combination of early 19th century antiques and European reproductions to complete the effect."

 

 

 

The Renaissance Room 

 

"This private guest room is located in the main house overlooking Gaston Street which is one of the oldest streets in the historic district of Savannah and the beginning of the famed "NOGS" (north of Gaston) Garden Tour . Adding to your stay in the Renaissance Room, the room comes equipped with an elaborate French king size bed - A truly magnificent addition to this room. The added finishing touches is what make this particular room an ideal retreat.

The French Powder Room has a pedestal sink and old fashioned claw tub that graces the window. Drenched in the early morning light, the continuity of the room, and soft spoken colors, ensure a relaxing stay. In the bathroom you’ll find a vintage tub made of genuine cast iron, adding to the experience and a truly magnificent stay."

 

Versailles Court

 

"This private room is for guest who is seeking the highest standard of ambiance on their stay. A perfect sanctuary for the newlyweds looking for an exquisite honeymoon suite or a couple looking to renew their commitment. The room comes with a fabulous king size carved bed with fine imported European linens, and a satin mattlese coverlet. In addition, the room comes with the original 18th Century fireplace that exudes Parisian Panache with a towering entrance. A brilliant chandelier with its collage of delicate prisms and ageless reminiscent sculptures make this one of the loveliest and romantic bathroom suites in all of Savannah.

The bathroom comes equipped with a 5 star collection of the finest towels, a limestone Jacuzzi surrounded by Corinthian columns and underwater lights in the Jacuzzi causing the water to change colors only add to the dramatic brilliance of your stay."

 

Wondering what to do while you are staying in Savannah?  Click to view an extensive list of August events!

 

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Details about the BOGO summer special can be found Here.

Mourning the Loss of our Faithful Mascot

Kathleen D - Friday, June 22, 2012

Dakota the Mascot for the Olde Savannah Inn Dakota, our black Labrador retriever has welcomed guests to our Savannah Bed & Breakfast for the past six years.  He passed a few days ago and will be greatly missed by our staff and returning friends.

Not only did he love to greet the guests, he was known to gently nudge them toward the parlor to enjoy some after dinner port wine. 

We greatly appreciate the comments made by our friends on Facebook.  Although our inn will be a bit lonely without Dakota, we gladly welcome small well-trained dogs to come and stay with us.