Live the tradition in Georgia`s First City, founded in 1733. Explore historic Savannah, while you live like a local in your relaxing fully furnished completely renovated apartment. Stay on the parlor level up one flight of stairs in our chic Savannah condominium replete with old world charm and sophisticated amenities. You will wonder if you are in London or Paris. Actually it is beautiful Lowcountry Savannah, Georgia a much revered historic lady in her own right.
In this very artful setting you will find a iron King-size bed, dreamy comforters, a new bathroom (stacks of thick luxurious towels), dressing room, washer/dryer, and a very modern Soho style kitchenette with refrigerator, coffee pot, cook top, microwave/convection oven, dishwasher and all necessary utensils. Don`t have to eat out unless you just want to but cooking your own can romantic in and fun in this stylish spot. Additional amenities include TVs in the living room and bedroom with expanded cable service to include HBO and Showtime.
Our living room has "Gone with the Wind" style floor-to-ceiling windows, fireplace, pine floors, original pocket doors, architecturally correct moldings, and enhanced views of city life in downtown Savannah at the intersection of two historic streets, Liberty Street and Barnard Street. The back porch is a sweet place for morning coffee and a dreamy time for wine and hors d`oeuvres.
This house is blocks from the City Market, Broughton Street shops, art galleries, antique shops, bookstores and coffee shops. Of course the The Jepson and The Telfair MuseumsTelfair and Jepson Art Museums are blocks away...just a stroll though the square and you are there...across the street is the Savannah Convention Center and the Tourist Information Center is just West on Liberty Street where you can catch a trolley car or a horse drawn carriage. High speed Wi-Fi access provided.
Park your vehicle in our dedicated off street parking slot and walk everywhere you want to be in the Landmark Historic District.
No smoking allowed.
Please note that a longer nightly minimum may be required during peak season dates, holidays or special events.