Guest Rooms on the Upper Levels of our Savannah GA Accommodations
Upper level rooms of our Savannah GA Accommodations are located on the 1st and 2nd floors, with the Garden Level rooms below. All rooms are accessible by stairs. Additionally, The Montgomery has a private elevator. 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 at starting 9:15.
King Bed, Fireplace
Come enjoy our spacious and luxurious room named after the beautiful Forsythe Park. The room provides a King size bed, private bath with two sinks, a huge tiled shower, fireplace (available winter months only) and additional sitting area. Period antiques and décor.
Forsyth Park was originally created in the 1840s on 10 acres. In 1851, the park was expanded to 30 acres and named for Georgia’s Governor John Forsyth. The park features Savannah’s most photographed site, the stunning Forsyth Fountain.
Queen Bed, Fireplace, Jacuzzi for 2
The Gaston, named for Gaston Street, offers a queen size antique bed and original working gas fireplace (available winter months only) which is perfectly located to view as you soak in the oversized 2 person Jacuzzi tub. This room also has a bathroom with a tiled walk in shower A flat screen TV/DVD player rotates so you can watch while soaking in the tub or as you relax on the bed. This room overlooks the courtyard, and for those who do not wish to climb a second set of stairs, it’s on the first floor!
Enjoy a stroll down Gaston Street with lots of photo opportunities through neighborhoods of historic restored homes and beautiful gated gardens. You’ll find shopping, historical sites, and cafes along the way.
Note: This room is located next to the Dining Room, a common area for guests during breakfast, however it’s one of the more private rooms in the Inn during other times of the day.
King Bed, Fireplace, Claw-foot Tub, Private Elevator
Named for Montgomery Street and the Montgomery suburb of Savannah, this room provides a King size bed, a large fireplace with the original mantle (available winter months only), flat screen TV/DVD, private bathroom with claw-foot tub shower combination, classic chandelier lighting in the bedroom and bathroom, plus a private elevator to the room. Be escorted into those days gone by with period correct antiques.
Montgomery is believed to be the location of an early settlement in the area (prior to Oglethorpe), founded by the Montgomery brothers. They failed to maintain a permanent settlement, and lost the English land grant. The name of the settlement continues in this area of Savannah as well as Old Montgomery Road, Montgomery Street, and Montgomery Crossroad.
King Bed, Fireplace
Named for Casimir Pulaski, this room provides a King size bed, a large fireplace with the original mantle (available winter months only), TV/DVD, private bathroom with a tile walk in shower, and classic chandelier lighting in the bedroom and bathroom.
The U.S. has long commemorated Pulaski’s contributions to the American Revolutionary War. The Pulaski Monument in Monterey Square honors his life, and is not far from the battlefield where his life was lost during the siege of Savannah.
King Bed, Fireplace, Claw-foot tub
The Lincoln Room offers a 4-poster King, canopy bed and a view to the courtyard. This spacious room boasts romance with rich colors, authentic antiques, original working gas fireplace (available winter months only), and a luxurious claw foot tub to soak your troubles away.
Named for Abraham Lincoln, who was President at the time leading the fight against the confederates. General Sherman invoked the spirit of Christmas as he informed Lincoln “I beg to present you, as a Christmas gift, the city of Savannah, with 150 heavy guns and plenty of ammunition, and also about 25,000 bales of cotton.”
Queen Bed, Fireplace, Claw-foot Slipper Tub
This junior suite, named for Savannah’s Huntingdon Street, features a queen size 4-poster canopy bed, sitting alcove in the turret, romantic working gas fireplace (available winter months only), period antiques and flat screen TV/DVD. Pamper yourself in the Huntingdon Bath, a large private bathroom with claw-foot “slipper” tub and shower combination.
Huntingdon Street was named as a salute to the Countess of Huntingdon, an English religious leader who was an enthusiastic supporter of the colony. While she never set foot on Georgia soil, she contributed money for the formation of Whitefield’s orphanage, and was instrumental in the formation of Whitefield’s college at Bethesda.
Queen Bed + Twin, Fireplace
Nestle into the cozy Abercorn room at our Savannah, Georgia B&B. The elegant antique queen canopy bed is draped in satin. original working gas fireplace (available winter months only) Draw the curtains closed for your private romantic hideaway. This room is also perfect for mothers and daughters or just friends visiting Savannah as this room includes a twin canopy day bed. Maximum Occupancy 3 persons (additional fee for 3rd person applies).
Named for Abercorn Street, which is one of Savannah’s main streets that borders 4 different squares including Calhoun, Lafayette, Oglethorpe and Reynolds. Reynold’s Square has some great sites including The Ole Pink House, Lucas Theater, Leopold’s Ice Cream and Trustees’ Theater. Whether it’s musicals, movies, fine dining or desserts, you’ll find them on Abercorn Street, then return to the inn for relaxation in The Abercorn room.