Stayed at Glenn and Maurice's beautiful B&B for the second time this past week-end. Going to the jazz festival was our main reason for visiting Savannah we even included my husband this time! We stayed in the new first floor guest suite and it was wonderful for three. My friend took the daybed room with it's fridge, TV, bathroom and private entry to the patio garden. My husband and I had the beautiful queen bedroom with our own TV and doors to close to separate the two rooms for privacy. It was wonderful! We reunited (accidentally) with a friend from last year who came with her family because her husband is now deployed. As usual, the breakfasts were picture perfect and tasted terrific. We always enjoy the sherry, brownies, coffee and tea. This trip we tried the public FREE transportation and had a blast riding the bus to shopping and even took the ferry over to the island. The DOT bus, ferry and riverstreet streetcar are all free and an enjoyable experience while visiting this beautiful city. The jazz festival has some rain, but it didn't last long and the music was really great.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Savannah's Historic District and our 1889 Victorian home. Our B&B has four guest rooms upstairs (queen beds) and the Georgia Suite (king bed) downstairs, each with private bathrooms and sitting areas. Our rooms are furnished with antiques and Historic Savannah collections. Each of the four upstairs rooms will accommodate a maximum of two people and the downstairs room will accommodate a maximum of three people. We have two parlors and an outside courtyard for your enjoyment and relaxation. We serve a full breakfast at 8:30 AM, and brownies, sherry and other complementary beverages are always available, as is free WiFi. Sorry, no guests under age 16, no guest pets. ... more less