On December 1, 2006 seven women from Orlando traveled to Savannah, GA and then on to Charleston, SC. We arrived at the East Bay Inn and received a VERY warm welcome from the staff. The Innkeeper, Ronnie Jones, and the desk clerk, Sheila, could not have been more helpful. In fact, the entire staff whose names I do not know, were top notch. Our rooms were ready when we arrived and were just lovely.
We thoroughly enjoyed the cocktail hour and the continental breakfasts and chatting with other guests. The staff recommended good tours and restaurants and made the reservations for us. Let's face it, 7 women can be loud and maybe a bit silly at times, but the staff seemed to enjoy having us there and joined in on the laughter. We traveled on to Charleston for two nights but returned on Monday for another night at the East Bay Inn. The location is PERFECT. Once you park your car, you don't really need to get in it again. Most places you go are within walking distance. We even heard stories about the resident ghost, "Charlie" who died at the age of 21 while the building was under construction. At some point after we checked in on Monday, all the keys to one of our rooms disappeared....never to be found again. We suspect Charlie is to blame!! Mr. Jones was quite sure we would find those keys in our luggage once we got home but none have been found.
If you want a small, charming inn where you feel like you are visiting family, the East Bay Inn is the place to go! My husband and I plan to go to Savannah in the not too distant future and will certainly stay at the East Bay Inn.
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- Also Known As:
- East Bay Hotel Savannah