We occasionally have the opportunity to stay in Savannah - and we've stayed in traditional B&B's, high-end hotels, funky old motels, and other places as well, in the old Historic District, mid-town, on a square or two, and out on Tybee Island. This time around, for a quick weekender to Savannah, we ended up at Breezeway, located about halfway between Savannah and Tybee Island on picturesque, quiet, primarily residential Wilmington Island. The setting for Breezeway is like an island to itself - it's on a larger parcel, and the grounds themselves give the impression that one's stepping into an impressionist painting. And, in a way, you are, as your gracious, friendly host is an artist of significance - and her art infuses the place, in and out. The grounds bear her interesting, artistic take on things - fountains, statutes, benches, you are clearly in an art park outside - while the main house itself conveys the distinct feeling of being in something part art museum, part art studio, and part gracious home. Peggy made us feel right at home, right away - and our room, and the adjoining bathroom, were well presented and comfortable. Breakfast was served both days out on the veranda - and by veranda, we're talking a meandering screened area that seemingly stretches around significant portions of the main house, heads out into the yard, darts over to her studio, and offers views of the outdoor art while consuming a delectable, delicious, locally-sourced breakfast of her own making. Our gracious host offered great local tips, fun conversation, and a range of information on the local area - and her own quite interesting artist's life - that made for a delightful stay. We did not find Breezeway through Trip Advisor, but since I do travel reviews for the places we've visited, it seems appropriate to add a review. We're definitely putting Breezeway on our return list.