About McMillan Inn
Our Savannah Inn provides a magical venue of “Victorian Romance Perfected.”
The Inn offers four rooms, and a Carriage House within two blocks of historic Forsyth Park. Period antiques and furnishings abound in both the sleeping suites and in the common areas. By contemporary standards, some would say the lush and extravagant appointments are somewhat “over the top,” but by Romantic Victorian standards, they are “simply just perfect.” Staying at McMillan Inn is a wonderful way to experience an era gone by.
The Veranda and Parlor
Sit outside on the font Veranda before breakfast to savor a hot cup of coffee or enjoy a quiet moment by the dipping pool. In the main Parlor you will find homemade goodies which you can enjoy in the afternoon along with a refreshing glass of peach tea. For the person with a sweet tooth you will look forward to arriving back at the Inn after strolling Savannah to savor a freshly made gourmet style chocolate chip cookie or gooey butter cake. This is a great time to run into other guests staying at the Inn and enjoy a conversation with new friends before heading off to dinner or evening entertainment.
Enjoy relaxing in our newly designed courtyard, complete with flower gardens, cherub fountain and ‘dipping pool’. The dipping pool is the perfect place to sit and sip your favorite beverage as you are cooling off from the heat of the day.
Joe and Cindy Celento love running the McMillan Inn and meeting guests from all over the world. They pride themselves in making each guests feel at home while creating a memorable stay at McMillan Inn. Cindy grew up in Savannah and the couple returned to Cindy’s childhood roots when they moved back to Savannah in 2003 from Annapolis, Maryland. In Annapolis Cindy worked as a baker for a prominent Annapolis caterer. She loves to show off her skills in the kitchen.