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Fully furnished carriage house in Savannah's Historic District. Located on the elegant and sought after Jones Street, nearby tourist attractions, parks, shopping and dining. Public, SoHo South and Six Pence Pub are three great establishments within a block that offer indoor and outdoor dining.
This home rests in the perfect location to make walking everywhere a breeze! Nearby all the main event venues, and a short pedicab ride to Bay Street, River Street or City Market if you don't feel like walking!
This carriage house has been a favorite lodging location to Joe Odom, who played Paul Hipp in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. This quaint location has a lush, private courtyard that is often visited and occupied by the owner's two basset hounds, Bo and Bella. They love company (or can be asked to stay home and mind their own business!)
There is no better location in the city! Ask about parking opportunities, concierge services, and seasonal specials!
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CERTIFICATE #: SVR-00246
I arrived that night alone, and the dir key code I'd been given didn't work. I called all numbers given. Nothing. I waited. Called the emergency number again. Nothing. I called a third time after waiting longer and stayed on hold about six minutes. An operator got my information and someone called back, they gave me different codes to try and one worked. Interestingly there was an information sheet I the desk with a DIFFERENT wrong key code than the wrong one I was given. Savannah is not the place a single woman wants to stand outside alone in the cold for twenty five minutes trying to figure out what to do while locked out.
Everything is as represented in the photos, with the exception of "the loft" which is an accident waiting to happen. It is alluded to, but not shown clearly, by the photo of the ladder near the bed. My 19 year old, who is in excellent health, went partway up the precarious ladder and said she wouldn't feel safe trying to get in or out of that loft at that height or angle. It was also quite claustrophobic. The couch, which is not a sleeper sofa, was comfortable enough to be the second bed. The owners purchasing an actual sleeper sofa for that spot would be better.
The courtyard and porch are spectacular, the kitchen is nice, although some ice trays would be appreciated. The bathroom is pretty but has no towel racks, only one hook, and little storage space. I would suggest shelves under the sink and some more hooks. Jones St. is beautiful and easy to get everywhere, safe to walk home at night.
You get used to the wall-to wall jute floor, which is not comfortable. The windows have no screens and we could only get one to open a few inches.
Screens and working windows would be great. Cow hide rug is about as unpleasant underfoot as the jute. With cleaning fees and tax, the $113 was actually $163 a night for four nights.
That being said, for that price, you couldn't do better in this part of town for a place this nice as long as you don't need the loft. It was clean, has everything you need, and you don't spend much time in the room when you can be on that porch or in the courtyard. Big bed was fine. Everything worked.
Michelle was very helpful. Clarence and Leon, who worked on the property were always friendly. The gardens are amazing.
The Gallery Espresso and Sentient Bean are favorite coffee/tea shops. Tennis courts at Forsyth Park are great. Good meals at Pakwan Indian and Corleones.
Skip the breakfast lines at overpriced places and try Henry's. If you have a few extra days try St. Simon's Island for a more relaxed beach community.
Just spent 4 nights in this gem. Right in the historic district for easier walking to river, sights and restaurants. Very quiet. Kitchen fully outfitted for meal prep, and even has a 2 drawer dishwasher. Has so much character and the courtyard is gorgeous. The bathroom is big, bright, with a lovely glass shower door. Plenty of comfortable seating. Michelle was always helpful. Loved having a keypad so we didn't have to worry about losing keys!!!
We spent our Valentine anniversary weekend in this property and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. It was very comfortable, clean, and was ready for us when we arrived. The apartment was located 6 to 8 blocks from the river, so a nice, but manageable walk to some really great restaurants. Lindsay, the property manager was very helpful. She provided several suggestions for a nice place to eat to celebrate our anniversary. The apartment is located in a beautiful part of Savannah. There were even a couple of houses on the street that had gas lights. The beds were comfortable and adequate to sleep three people comfortably including the couch. If you are smaller, you could probably fit 5, but you would have to be thinner that I am to put two in a bed.
My wife and I flew from Ohio to visit our granddaughter and we stayed at this quaint vacation rental. The office employees were very kind and helpful when we came to pick up the keys. I actually think that what we paid for our stay was completely reasonable considering how much we loved it. Everything we wanted to do was only a few blocks away and the area seemed extremely safe. My wife loved the uniqueness of the carriage house and it was definitely something different than what we are used to back at home. When my granddaughter came over to visit she had no idea such houses existed and was just as amazed as we were at it all. We were very pleased with everything Savannah had to offer.
My sister and I came down to run in the Rock and Roll 1/2. This place was in the Best location. We walked everywhere. Ten min. From River at walking. We enjoyed walking arounf look at all the cool places in Savannah. O, the room was great and so cute. Just great for a weekend away felt like home. We are looking for something to do in Savannah so we can stay again. GREAT PLACE. The drive was so easy.