I traveled to Statesboro for a 2 night business trip on April 19th. I researched hotels and was limited to the Federal per diem. My options looked bleak - most for this price were 2 or 3 star 3-story box hotels with no character.
The Statesboro Inn was wonderful. I had the whole house to myself which probably helped. In my room, 27, you shared the thermostat with 4 other rooms. And you are in an old house which means you probably can hear people in adjacent rooms and in other parts of the house. But like I said, I was the only one in the main house. Room 27 had a screened in porch which is really nice. I had it open for a fresh breeze and it overlooks trees. The grounds of the Inn are very nice.
Two things to note.....no ironing board but I am sure that I could get one if I asked and you can hear noise from the room, particularly for the rooms in front. In 27, not much of an issue unless the back door was open.
Both breakfasts were awesome - fresh fruit, quiche, eggs, bacon, sausage. The owner is very pleasant.
There is a nice jogging trail in town. Also, there is a nice wine and beer store on South Main on the right as you head away from the Statesboro Inn. And I ate at the Caribbean Feast two nights in a row. Great jerk chicken, rice, beans, and plantains.
All in all - I was very pleased with the Statesboro Inn for its character, great breakfast, and comfort.
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