We stayed in the Eliza Thompson House for 3 nights a few weeks ago and have nothing but good things to say about the experience. A few room tips, we stayed in the Queen room right under the stairs with our own entrance. The room was very charming with a fireplace, 2 chairs and a separate room with the queen sized bed and tv. The room has a dungeon like feel and actually is a bit damp. The AC helped tremendously but thought it was helpful to know. The bathroom was great, good shower pressure and they provide hair dryer, shampoo, conditioner and lotion. The afternoon teas/snacks and evening wine/desserts were fantastic. The continental breakfast was more than adequate including hot dishes plus cereal, bread, yogurt. I would have loved some fresh fruit but hey, it's the South...enjoy the eggs and biscuits! In terms of Savannah, we explored the city, did a ghost tour in a hearse and checked out Tybee Beach, a day trip to Hilton Head and Bonaventure cemetary. All were worth the visit except we thought the crowd at Tybee Beach was a bit seedy and trashy.
Restaurants: Circa Pub 1874 was amazing for dinner - HUGE portions and delicious. Definitely need to visit the old fashioned ice cream shop and we enjoyed Public for lunch.More
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