To anyone who is going to Savannah, Georgia!!! My 4 sister's and I planned a trip to Savannah. We stayed at the Forsyth Park Inn Bed & Breakfast on Whitaker & Hall Street, across the street from Forsyth Park! This inn is truly beautiful and it is everything you could imagine a southern mansion to be! You are greeted by a very polite and helpful staff who are very accommodating and friendly,Especially, Jerry, Fred, Earl, Mary and Everyone who's name I've forgotten :( . Our room was beautiful with at least 18 ft. high ceilings a fireplace, whirlpool bath, beautiful hardwood floors with an amazing pattern in the woodwork. The room also looks out to Forsyth Park across the street. Out front through the parlor you may sit on the veranda in rocking chairs if you wish watching the breeze blow through the Spanish Moss laden Oak Trees at Forsyth Park, you can also see the fountain from the B&B. Every morning you receive an amazing breakfast! We were never disappointed! The food was so delicious! A different meal every morning served by an amazing staff. The parlor always has ice water ready as well as sweet tea! The staff has coffee ready by 7a.m. but we ate at the 9am sitting. At 6ish there is a sitting on the veranda where you may have wine and a different snack like french breads and vidalia onion spreads things like that all very tasty. And at 8.30 there is a dessert out in the parlor. The place is amazing!!! The courtyard is so pretty with an amazing tree covered in moss, with a beautiful fountain/pond with gold fish. I can't wait ti return and I don't think anyone could persuade any of us (my sister's) to stay any where else. The Inn Keeper is Lori Blass and she was very nice. I first heard about the inn by watching the Travel Channel and saw a haunted hotels show and the B&B was one of the stories. There is suppose to be a resident spirit named "Lottie" and you may sense her. One of my sister's and myself both had a foot tickling experience and I had my foot wiggled while in bed but nothing scary happened. We also caught "orbs" in a couple of our pictures of the room (#3) but we were not frightened by any of it. So, if you stay in Savannah stay there you won't regret it!!! Lori and her staff are great!! Also, the hotel will give you ideas on tours,restaurants, etc. if you ask but they don't tell you about Earl's walking tour. He works at the B&B and he is a local guy who has a great tour!! So ask Earl to give you his tour you won't be sorry. I don't have my photo's on a disc yet I will post again when I do . Have Fun!! Christine one of the sister's!! :)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Forsyth Park Inn is an authentic bed and breakfast and one of the grandest mansions overlooking Savannah's premier park, Forsyth Park. The Forsyth Park Inn is famous for it's bountiful and delicious full breakfasts, wine and hors d'oeuvres in the late afternoon and tasty sweets, fresh brewed coffee and refreshing tea each evening. Please come and relax in this circa 1893 historic inn and view the opulent park with the most majestic (and famous) fountain in all of historic Savannah. You will take with you memories of a truly magical stay. We are a non-smoking inn and our cottage welcomes pets. ... more less
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