Each of our six hotels and B&Bs was built in the 1800s, and each has a sense of vintage authenticity you won't find in new hotels.  If you're coming to Savannah to experience history, an historic inn will provide the perfect accommodations. 

Link to Larger Image, The Marshall House

The Marshall House

123 E. Broughton Street

Built in 1851 as Savannah's First Hotel

  • Used as a Union Hospital during the final months of the Civil War
  • Home to Joel Chandler Harris, author of the Uncle Remus Stories
  • Extensively renovated in 1999.  Historic hallmarks of the hotel were preserved or recreated.
  • Authentic 19th century doors, moldings, and tall ceilings
  • Artifacts found during the renovation are on display
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The Kehoe House

123 Habersham Street

Built in 1892 as a Private Residence

  • Built in 1892 for the William Kehoe family 
  • The house was sold by the Kehoe heirs in 1930
  • Used as a boarding house, funeral parlor, and held for a time by Alabama and New York Jets football star Joe Namath.
  • Sold by Mr. Namath in 1990, and after a two-year renovation, the home was opened as a B&B
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East Bay Inn

225 East Bay Street

Built in 1852 as a Warehouse & Business

  • Building was constructed in 1852 for William Paddleford
  • Architecture style is Greek Revival Style popular around the time of the Civil War
  • First floor facade made entirely of cast iron
  • Interior columns also made cast iron
  • Used as a cotton warehouse
  • Tenants also included a steam bakery, foreign consul offices, and grocery warehouse
  • Columbia Drug Company occupied the building rom 1920-1965
  • Vacant from 1965 until 1983 when it was renovated as an Inn
Link to Larger Image, Olde Harbour Inn on River Street in Savannah

Olde Harbour Inn

508 E. Factors Walk

Built in 1892 as a Warehouse on River Street

  • Original stone foundation was laid in 1812
  • The site was first wharf warehouses and storage buildings
  • In 1890, construction at the site for Tide Water Oil Company
  • In 1892, the building burned and was a total loss
  • It was re-built with bricks designed by Liberty Brick Company of Savannah
  • Tidewater Oil became Standard Oil, a part of Rockefeller's Standard Oil Trust.  
  • The building sat vacant from 1907 until 1930 when Alexander Brothers Company, a blue jeans and overall factory, moved in
  • It was converted into a hotel in 1987
Link to Larger Image, The Gastonian B&B

The Gastonian

220 E. Gaston Street

Built in 1868 as Two Private Residences

  • The free-standing house at 220 East Gaston Street was built for Savannah insurance broker R.H. Footman
  • The home next door was built for wholesale grocer Aaron Champion
Link to Larger Image, Eliza Thompson House

Eliza Thompson House

5 W. Jones Street

Built in 1847 as a Private Residence

  • The Oldest Inn in the Historic Inns of Savannah Collection
  • Built in 1847 for Eliza and Joseph Thompson and their 7 children Was the first house constructed on Jones Street
  • The Main House was built in two stages; the second section added in 1870
  • The Thompson family remained in the house until 1920
  • Was converted into an inn in 1977
  • The carriage House was constructed in 1995



Historic Inns of Savannah