We were interested in enjoying the southern charm, hospitality, and excellent food establishments that we had read existed in Savannah. In researching the city’s layout, reading reviews, and making a comparison chart of places to stay, the Olde Savannah Inn appeared to be the place of choice to start. This was to be our first Bread & Breakfast experience so it was with great expectation when we called the Innkeeper to make our reservations along with general inquiries.
The Olde Savannah Inn is a very beautiful, extremely well decorated Bed & Breakfast. Located on a quiet, well lit, tree-line street faced with a quaint wrought-iron fence that encases several beautiful mini-flower gardens around a water fountain.
When we arrived, we were directed to an off-street, gated and fenced courtyard-parking area behind the Inn.
The warm greeting from Innkeeper Kathleen Dupuis, the first sip of the much welcomed ice tea punch received, and the dazzling chandeliers that illuminate each room, hall, and stairway can easily carry one away. The awe-inspiring, matched framed, artworks by Thomas Kinkade along with equally-matched framed pieces by local artists, the decorative floor-to-ceiling mirrors, and the plush pillows that grace each bed immediately alert guest that a quality stay is in store. .
As we were getting acquainted with our new surroundings, our host was constantly presenting delicious snacks and tasty goodies. The dining area, along with the settings, was immaculate as was the sitting pallor. We were truly made to feel like family.
The beds were quite comfortable and the high-quality linens refreshing. Each room had its individual entertainment center and the baths were very well stocked with every conceivable amenity.
Breakfast presentation was beautiful, the food was delicious and the servings endless. The Innkeeper, Ms Kathleen, really extended herself to please each guest.
During our stay, we were treated to a wine, cheese, & desert social, complete with music by local artesian, Ms Diana.
The Olde Savannah Inn truly rates a 5 and is definitely on out re-visit list for future vacation travel to Savannah, GA.
Morris & Gloria Hardin
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Justineinn, previously the Olde Savannah Inn, is a five bedroom exquisite privately owned refurbished inn elegantly designed in 2006 in French Renaissance. This is a rare inn with its extraordinary uniqueness and caters to the highest level of detail. This inn is a must see. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Olde Savannah Hotel Savannah