Wonderful historic inn built in 1854 located just a few steps from River Street. The room was beautiful with a comfortable bed, nice sitting area, and everything we needed. Melvin the Bellman was a joy to talk to; very happy and upbeat. He gave great recommendations for a variety of activites and area restaurants. The staff were, overall, friendly and accomodating. The evening wine reception with snacks was very nice. Although the breakfast is not typical B&B fare, there were a variety of choices and it was just right for us. There is a parking space in front for loading and unloading, and if you're lucky there will be parking in their very tiny lot (and they do charge $12 in addition to the room rate to park). We were not fortunate enough during our three day stay to get a parking spot, so we had to park at the public garage down the alley. It was not a problem though, as we only drove our car once during our stay to go to Tybee Beach and Bonaventure Cemetary. This inn is centrally located so we were able to walk to just about anywhere we wanted to go.