Award-Winning, Vibrant, Historic Savannah Inn
Experience true Southern hospitality at The Presidents' Quarters Inn
, located on beautiful Oglethorpe Square in the heart of Savannah's historic district. In 1855 these two Federalist style private townhouses were built by a pair of wealthy cotton merchants. General Robert E. Lee was probably the most prominent early guest staying with one of the families in 1870, when so many well-wishers congregated that he fled the hospitality of his hosts for more privacy. Today your privacy and comfort is our number one concern.
Before starting a day of sight-seeing in America's most beautiful small city, savor your coffee and enjoy a delicious breakfast in our lovely courtyard surrounded by crepe myrtle trees and flowering shrubs. If you are unsure on what to do or see, let our knowledgeable staff suggest tours and museums to interest you and restaurants not to miss. After a full day of activities, relax in one of our sixteen spacious rooms featuring antique furniture and presidential mementos. Enjoy complementary wine and hors d'oeuvres with our other guests and trade stories about your favorite Savannah experiences. Dine at one of Savannah fine restaurants and then return for a complementary evening cordial in our lobby. Your spacious room, inviting bed and sweet treat await you. Perfect!
The Presidents' Quarters Inn has been featured in Southern Living three times, most recently in "The South's Best Scenic Drives" (Summer 2012), Delta Sky Magazine, and has won Savannah magazine's Best Bed and Breakfast Award for the past five years.
Let The Presidents' Quarters indulge you. We feature free on-site parking and complementary Wi-Fi, full breakfasts, wine, hors d'oeuvres, and sweet pillow top treats. Each accommodation has its own updated bathroom, flat screen TV, and we have handicap accessible rooms as well as limited small pet friendly quarters.
The Presidents' Quarters Inn would love to romance you and the one you love.