If you’re looking for a house with history, look no further! Located downtown in the heart of Savannah’s Historical District, this charming Savannah vacation rental comfortably accommodates up to four people and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Built in 1820 by John Ballon, a free man of color, the history of Freeman’s Cottage is detailed in the book "Savannah’s Little Crooked Houses: If These Walls Could Talk," by Susan B Johnson and published by the History Press, 2007.
Located downtown in the heart of Savannah’s Historical District, this charming Savannah vacation rental comfortably accommodates up to four people and features on-premise parking and a secluded garden patio. The beautiful wood used in the living area makes the space warm and inviting. Open to the kitchen, you’ll never miss a beat of the conversation. Enjoy a home cooked meal or leftovers from one of Savannah’s many fine dining establishments in the sunroom, where you’ll enjoy a view of the secluded garden patio. The full bath has a walk-in shower and large, wooden vanity. The bedroom is located upstairs, and has a queen sized bed you can relax into after a busy day of exploring.
Enjoy the modern amenities of home while experiencing historic Savannah, including a washer/dryer, high-speed wifi, and free, on-site parking.
Nestled between Warren and Washington Squares, Freeman’s Cottage is conveniently located within walking distance to shops, restaurants, theaters and other points of interest. With the picturesque garden patio, the Cottage is ideal for those celebrating an anniversary or special occasion.
Bed 1: Queen
Bed 2: Queen Sleeper Sofa
Parking: Private Parking
We can welcome your dog companions at this pet friendly home, but ask that you find other arrangements for cats, birds, and other furry friends. There is a $75 pet fee (non-refundable) per dog, with a 35 lb. maximum weight limit per dog and a limit of 2 dogs per reservation. Some homes may allow larger dogs, please inquire for more information.