Guest Rooms on the Garden Level of our Savannah Accommodations
Our Savannah Accommodations on the Garden level are easily accessible without stairs, except the Drayton, which requires some steps to access. Each room includes: private bathroom, hair dryer, robes upon request, mini fridge with bottled water, coffee/tea maker with coffee, tea & creamer, wine glasses & ice bucket, TV/DVD, WiFi, alarm clock, iron & ironing board. A full Southern-style breakfast is also served each morning.
King Bed, Fireplace, Tiled Walk-in Shower
The LaFayette is named for Marquis de Lafayette, a French general during the Revolutionary War. The room features a stunning antique French King bed, chandelier lighting, TV/DVD, original working gas fireplace (operational winter months only), and private bathroom with tiled shower.
Marquis de Lafayette helped the Americans win the war and was honored as a war hero. In 1825 he returned to Savannah to lay the cornerstones for monuments honoring two other war heroes, Count Pulaski and General Greene. Come stay in a room fit for Marquis de Lafayette!
King Bed, Fireplace, Claw-foot tub, Private Entrance
The Oglethorpe features a private garden entrance, California King size bed, period antiques, sitting area in the turret, private bath with claw-foot tub plus seperate beautifully tiled shower, and an original working gas fireplace (operational winter months only). Adjacent to The Drayton, the 2 rooms may be rented together to enjoy the entire lower section of the house.
The room is named after James Oglethorpe, founder of Georgia. Oglethorpe’s street planning for Savannah included repeating squares of residential blocks, commercial blocks, and small park greens, which created the foundation for the integrated walk-able neighborhoods we all enjoy today. Step right out your private garden entrance and start exploring.
Queen Bed, Fireplace, Jacuzzi Tub
Named for nearby Drayton Street, this beautiful guest room is decorated in dark reds and golds, antique furnishings, stunning carved queen size bed, Italian marble-top dresser & wardrobe, new flat screen TV/DVD, original working gas fireplace
(operational winter months only) and private bathroom with small Jacuzzi tub/shower combination. The Drayton room is adjacent to The Oglethorpe room, the two may be rented together to enjoy the entire lower section of the house.
Enjoy a walk down Drayton Street which borders Forsyth Park and runs towards the riverfront with shopping and dining. Drayton Street is said to be named after Thomas & Anne Drayton who helped with the forming of Georgia.
Note: While it’s on the garden level of the inn, The Drayton does require some steps to access.
Queen Bed, Fireplace
This room was named for nearby Whitaker Street, located on the other side of Forsyth Park from the Inn. The room features a comfy queen bed, original gas fireplace (operational winter months only), period furnishings, new TV/DVD, and new bath with unique vanity and tile shower.
Spend some time meandering up Whitaker Street, an original Savannah street laid out by James Oglethrope, and a wonderful place for shopping and dining. After you’ve enjoyed town, return to the Inn to relax in The Whitaker room.
The Telfair Room
Queen Bed, Fireplace, Claw-foot tub, Private Entrance
Even Savannah had a royal family in the pre and post Revolutionary War era. This was the Telfair family for whom the room is named. Features include a private garden entrance, carved queen bed, fireplace, and new bath with soaking claw-foot tub/shower.
Originally from Scotland, the Telfair family arrived with very little and amassed a significant fortune. A great way to hear some of their prestigious history would be by visiting the Telfair Museum during your stay.