This was our third trip to Savannah and second trip for the Savannah Rock N Roll Marathon. This B & B is located right at the start line and overlooks River St. Our room was #209 (The Alabama) and worked out great!
Since this B & B is on three levels I was worried about too many stairs after the run. Rooms on the second floor (second floor up from River Street) only have about 5 or 6 steps to get to the rooms. There is construction going on between Olde Harbour Inn and the river, so ask for a room that has the bedroom on the street side not on the river side. This way your away from construction noise if your a late sleeper.
Our room was much larger than I expected! Queen River View - living room with two windows
facing the river, two chairs, desk, couch and tv, kitchen with full size fridge with window to the river, sink, two automatic coffee makers and microwave, nice sized bathroom with lots of towels and a good size bedroom with a door so you can have privacy.
The bedroom had a double closet with a safe. Its possible that you will hear the neighbors above you since their living room is directly above the bedroom, but this wasn't much of a problem. Old floors (200 years old) do creak when walked on, but for me that's just character. All through out our room the ceiling were old floor boards, large structural wood beams, and two foot thick exterior walls showed the Inn's history.
Recommend staying in room 209 since with the construction out front the view doesn't look like it will be blocked when looking towards the river. Nightly wine and cheese was awesome and mysteriously each night two Klondike bars would appear in our freezer!
Breakfast was good with plenty to choose from: cereals, grits, biscuits, bacon, sausage, fruit,
We will be back!