Condo In Historic 1849 Building Steps From City Market & River Street
About Mary Anderson
I'm Mary Anderson and I love living in Savannah and working with vacation guests. I am a licensed real estate agent in the state of Georgia (with Historic Savannah Real Estate).
Why Mary Anderson chose Historic District - North
Savannah is a favorite city for many people who could literally choose anywhere to vacation or live. This condo is in the center of one of the best parts of the city. This address will always be sought after.
What makes this Condo unique
The true walking lifestyle this location offers. Savannah is a perfect sized little city and this condo is in the middle of the best of it.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
The condo was exactly like advertised. Great location and perfect for our trip. We wanted to be close to the shops and nightlife and we were right there in the middle of it all.
Great place, great location!
Overall, our experience in this lovely property was great. Our greatest frustration was difficulty with the internet. We could briefly connect, but would be dropped. This made it difficult to research local restaurant menus and other local places we needed to research online. Our current plan does not include unlimited data, so this was an additional expense for us. We saw the listing included internet and it was unfortunate it was not working properly. I know residents were aware of the problem, as we saw an internet provide truck parked outside as we left!
Close to everything.
This little apartment is ideal for an extended stay of 3 or more days in Savannah. So much more comfortable than a hotel room - and so nice to be able to come and go in our car if we wanted, without annoying valet service. This place is an easy walk to the Riverfront and almost everywhere else worth visiting in Savannah. Please do not use the kitchen for cooking as the restaurants in Savannah are all excellent and unique and a great value. We did make coffee every morning though, while waiting for the restaurant de jour to open for breakfast in this lazy little town. If you can wait that long, the Little Duck Diner has great breakfast food for all tastes, but does not open until 10. It turned out to be our favorite breakfast in Savannah. Take the trolley tour from the local company. It will give you many ideas of where you should spend more time. We did a ghost tour as well and learned a lot of local history. We would say don't bother with the riverboat tour - it spends half and hour of your time, at least, going up to the turn around point, and then passing your starting point again, and doesn't get very far from there. We went to Tybee Island, where it was nice to walk on the beach, but everything was overpriced there, even the parking. All in all, Savannah has enough charms of here own to merit a trip and this apartment is a great command center.
Worked perfectly for my stay.
This condo is in the middle of all tourist attractions the Savannah Historic District has to offer. Situated amongst the fine dining, casual dining and night life restaurants you will never need to drive to a meal. Across the street from Ellis Square (which has its own satellite Visitors Center), City Market (with live music and outdoor seating at multiple restaurants), Horse & Carriage rides, a trolley ticket store, and the Telfair Academy Museum, you will not wonder where to go to find activities. Stores such as Urban Outfitters, GAP and Kate Spade are within one short city block along with unique local boutiques like Terra Cotta and Harper! You will also find a CVS, Starbucks and Panera one block away so all the basics are covered with no need for a vehicle.