Bed & Breakfast Inn
Lonely Planet review
Spittin' distance from Savannah's most architecturally diverse square (Monterrey), this is a well-loved, well-worn establishment, but the rooms are crisp, unique and tidy. Easy to walk right by on a uniform street of 1850 row houses, the rooms are scattered about six buildings along the street.
Our independent authors have visited Bed & Breakfast Inn and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Savannah.
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning
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