This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Savannah property reviews
"We loved the place. After viewing the property earlier in the year, my husband and I decided to host our wedding weekend there. We wanted our closet family and friends to spend the entire weekend hanging out and getting to know one another while staying there. It could not have turned out any better than we anticipated. The owners of the property made sure we had everything that we needed during our stay there. It took a little while for us to figure it but once we did the elevator was useful while staying at a house with five floors. The property accommodated all of guests perfectly. Everyone raved about the beautiful decorations, the lovely balconies, and comfortable beds. We held our reception dinner there on Friday night. On Saturday morning, our wedding party got dressed at the house. I was able to sleep, wake up and get completely dressed in the carriage house. This made it easy for me to get my hair and makeup done without seeing my husband before the wedding. He stayed in the main house. After our wedding at Forsyth Park, we had a small wedding reception in the main house. It turned out beautiful. We looking forward to staying there again sometime in the near future."Guest: Michelle T. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 19, 2014View listing
"My little family of 4 and my parents stayed at The Canterbury Main for a few nights in the summer. The house was well appointed and furnished, and my boys especially liked playing with the games that were provided (my eldest loved mastering Mancala during his stay). The location is super-convenient to everything (Forsyth Park, Bay Street, City Market, the 24-hr gas station/deli), and an evening stroll around is very lovely before turning in for the night. Because the house is off one of the "main" squares, you won't get a lot of trolley or carriage tour noises, but it is still on a square where you can sit on a park bench and enjoy the outdoors. FYI - the house is only accessible by stairs in both the front and back entrances, so be ready to lug your bags one flight to get inside. I absolutely loved hearing the cicadas and crickets while going to sleep, and seeing the locals go about their morning business and walks made me feel right at home! In fact, a city official approached us and mistook us for native Savannahians! We very much enjoyed our stay, and the check-in/check-out procedure was very easy and convenient, although that procedure has been updated since the binder printouts provided in the house itself (the updated information comes through email, so just follow those instructions)."Guest: KlineFamily Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 6, 2014View listing
"My husband and I made a last minute decision to celebrate our 15th anniversary in Savannah. We hadn't been there before and had no idea where to stay. We loved Delia Row! We used the Dot to get downtown the first day which was just across Forsyth Park and then walked everywhere after that. The condo was more spacious than a hotel would have been and the kitchen had wonderful knives and cookware which we took advantage of for a few meals at home. The farmers market right across from the condo on Saturday is worth the trip if you plan on cooking at all . . . veges, fruit, herbs, breads, meats, honey ... it was wonderful. The bed was very comfortable and the unit was immaculately clean. There were also little touches everywhere that made this a wonderful place to stay. There were nice extras like beverages, coffee, sugar, cream, oranges when we arrived, as well as beach towels and a cooler for picnics or a trip to Tybee. If you don't mind being a little off the beaten path, than this is an excellent choice."Guest: Mar Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014View listing
"Such a beautiful place! I had only been to Savannah once and was booking this place for girls coming from Charleston, Jacksonville, Orlando, Washington DC, Sydney Australia and I live in Vegas. I was very worried about the location and being able to walk to everything but that was definitely not a problem here! The owners were so accommodating and getting this place ready for our big weekend was so easy! All the girls loved the house and it's historic charm. The entire house was very comfortable and cozy, even with 6 girls and all the stuff they bring! I've already recommended this place to my parents and cannot wait to go back again! Enjoy the beauty of Savannah by staying in a place that is part of their history."Guest: Leslie R. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 29, 2014View listing
Savannah Travel Tips
Unmatched Privacy in Savannah Lodging
When you choose Savannah lodging for your family's next vacation, you'll enjoy a level of privacy that can't be matched by a hotel room. Instead of paper thin walls and a watchful staff, you'll be able to let your hair down and be yourself with no one to monitor your every move. If you like to raid the fridge in the middle of the night, go right ahead. No one will be around to gasp at your late-night appearance.
Enjoy the Beach in Georgia
The best beaches near Savannah lodging can be found on Tybee Island, also known as Savannah's Beach. While you're there join the locals in their watch for sea turtles, the local sea birds and pirate raids. If you're lucky, you might even get a glimpse of one of the famous movie personalities that frequent Tybee Island from time to time. Attend one of the all-night beach parties that have become legendary and watch the sun come up. When you're about ready to drop, retire to your Savannah accommodations to get some well-deserved rest.
Fine Dining in Coastal Georgia
You know that the food must be good in the area that saw Paula Deen launch a southern cooking empire. The area surrounding Coastal Georgia vacation rentals is filled with fine dining establishments to fit both casual and formal tastes. Eat at Vic's on the River for traditional Southern cuisine that would make even Paula proud. The old cotton warehouse that houses Vic's offers just the right atmosphere to match the delicious food. Who could resist a visit to the Pirate's House? Serving comfort food in a casually-elegant style, this restaurant has served blood-thirsty pirates since 1753. If you look close, you might even see one at the next table as you sample the gumbo. Your Savannah accommodations will guarantee a vacation to remember.