This owner-occupied B&B, recently renovated, received a Historic Preservation Award for 2016 from the Historic Savannah Foundation. It’s a high-end, glamorous mix of original architectural details, antique and contemporary, with eye-catching furniture, paintings, photographs and illustrations throughout. The “Savannah glamour” home has a kitchen decked out with modern finishes, as well as the bathrooms. Bedrooms have “cushy” beds with luscious linens. It’s an ideal backdrop for wedding photos and a perfect spot for a bride to get dressed.
This beautiful home is situated in the eclectic Starland District, an area the New York Times called the “hottest neighborhood in Savannah,” with boutiques, galleries and restaurants popping up daily.
The latest addition to the area’s restaurant scene is The Vault, a short stroll down 38th to Bull Street. Cotton and Rye, nearby on Habersham Street is another new gem that joins the roster with Elizabeth’s on 37th, Back in the Day Bakery and the Starland Café and many more.
Concordia House is also just blocks away from new design and fashion boutiques such as Nola Jane, Urban Poppy and Emily McCarthy, Starlandia Art Supplies, art galleries, consignment shops and a glass blowing studio.
The owner’s suite is separated from guest quarters for privacy and is on the premises.
Weekday rates may be based on # of bedrooms used so please send an inquiry for a quote based on your specific needs.
Linens are provided (just like a hotel) as well as coffee & continental breakfast items (granola bars, cereal bars and/or local baked goods)
Busy time periods such as October, March and April will require 3 night stays during weekends.