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* Approximate Monthly rates, actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay
Additional information about rental rates
State Tax (7%) and Hotel/Motel Tax (6%) are additional.
2-night minimum; last-minute shorter stays may be available.
No additional cleaning or pet fees.
Rates increased for special events, such as St. Patrick's Day, Rock and Roll Marathon.
With acceptable method of payment (cash or card), guests pay on departure date.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
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Pay with an approved method (credit card, check, or bank transfer) to protect your payment up to $1,000. Before making a payment always call the owner at the number listed on our website, and never use instant money transfer services such as Western Union and MoneyGram.
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Our B&B is across the street from the Forsyth Park bandshell, the foremost outdoor venue for cultural activities. We are a 2-minute walk from the Georgia Historical Society, 3 minutes from the 'Midnight House,' and 4 minutes from the Crystal Beer Parlor or Leoci's.
About the owner: A Victorian-Italianate house, 'Colophon' was built in 1886 for William Holt, a native of Boone Hill, North Carolina, who was in the Battle of Gettysburg (55th North Carolina Regiment), and was severely wounded in the heroic charge of July 3rd. After the war he moved to Wilmington and then, in 1877, to Savannah to found a cotton-brokerage firm. He also served on the Vestry of St. John's Episcopal Church and as Secretary of the Georgia Historical Society.