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The Armstrong Inns Bed and Breakfast offers the discriminating traveler the unparalleled experience of staying in a well appointed private 1-2 bedroom historic town home while enjoying all amenities and personal services of a select Savannah bed and breakfast inn.
Book your own private B&B in beautiful historic Savannah. Sleep in or wake up to our bountiful gourmet breakfast/brunch items stocked daily in your own private kitchen. You may arrange our housekeeping to suit your own schedule and we can book your tours and dinner reservations for you.
Let us serve you in the complete privacy of our 1-2 bedroom historic townhomes featuring gas fireplaces, plush beddings, private courtyards.. Perfect for special occasions such as honeymoons or girls' getaway weekends. Children & pets welcome
Rates include all amenities: In-suite bottle of wine & refreshments upon arrival. Hot breakfast, desserts, snacks & Cream Sherry. Concierge services.
High Speed Internet Wireless in all rooms
Savannah's Armstrong Inns, Four of Savannah Georgia's Premier Bed and Breakfast Inns. Each of Armstrong's Savannah bed and breakfast inns is unique and perfectly appointed. All four of the Inn's Savannah bed and breakfasts offer the actual experience and the ambiance of living in a historic home in the heart of Savannah, Georgia. In their private guest retreats, guests are free to entertain, enjoy a cozy fire, and awaken when they please (to a beautiful selection of breakfast pastries and other temptations, in their own private well-stocked kitchen). The most luxurious beds with inviting goose down duvets, plush down-feather mattresses, and exquisite linens. Additional services include daily housekeeping and refreshing by our professional staff with all amenities included.
Each Armstrong Historic Inn is without equal. Perfect for your getaway Savannah GA. Vacation, honeymoons, and romantic holiday. Ideal for that special private gathering, corporate travel or relocation housing. Most suitable family setting for our distinguished guests with children in search of a true vacation. All four of the Armstrong's Savannah Georgia Bed-and-Breakfast Inns are located in Savannah's Historic District, within walking distance to River Street, City Market, Forsyth Park as well as fine dining and shopping.
While you stay at one of our private inns, you can make it extraordinary by adding one or several a la carte touches such as private carriage tour, private walking tours, massages at your suites or in a Downtown SPA or the services of a personal chef for that special occasion. True taste of the South!
To make your stay most comfortable, we make every effort to work around your schedule such as refreshing your suite while you are out and about. Our period decors and antique furnishings provide an ideal stage for the art collection of William Armstrong, New York-Nantucket painter for 45 year and renowned artist of the Lowcountry since the Armstrongs moved to Savannah. To see more click this link www.williamarmstrongartist.com
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Monique Armstrong for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Guests stay with us because of our personal service and our wonderful concierge service. We offer plenty of privacy which travelers truly enjoy. There are several great reviews on Tripadvisor that have also led new visitors to our door.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
Absolute privacy is what distinguishes us from other inns in the area. We have 5 separate town homes. Many of our guests stay with us to celebrate special ocassions, elopements and honeymoons.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Savannah is the largest historic district in America. People visit the city for its charm and romantic atmosphere. There's something magical about the romance of days gone by.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
We receive a lot of compliments, but most often we hear people say that we are "extemely unique". One guest said "They pre-predicted our every need".
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
We believe that our inn is the best kept secret about Savannah. People are very surprised to find a place with so many great personal touches and total privacy.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
We suggest that travelers visit Fort Pulaski, Bonaventure Cemetery, St. Simon's Island, and Tybee Island beaches.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Everything is within walking distance of our inn. There are many restaurants, there's Forsyth Park, and it's a fifteen minute walk to River Street.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Noble Fare offers fine dining, The Old Pink House prepares wonderful southern cuisine, and 17Hundred90 Inn & Restaurant - has a continental flair.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
We send our guests an email confirmation with links to area attractions and information about restaurants. We also give them a folder with maps when they arrive.
How many rooms does your inn have?
We offer 5 separate town homes for complete privacy.
Do you accept pets?
We do accept pets and suggest that guests contact us directly for details.
“Great Bed and Breakfast Experience!”
Reviewed August 3, 2012
Monique was so awesome and accommodating. I have a gluten allergy and she made sure to buy gluten free items for me to have for breakfast. The inn was beautiful. I couldn't have asked for a better vacation. The inn was clean and we considered it our home away from home for the duration of our stay. I would definitely go back.
Reviewed August 2, 2012
My husband and I stayed here during our first trip to Savannah. We love it. Very clean, well decorated, the beds were amazing fluffy soft. We stayed at the Jenkins house with them, and had the place to ourselves. We has fresh breakfast items in our house daily. The staff is very helpful and eager to make your stay terrific. They spent time with us when we got there discussing different restraunts and things to do... ABSOLUTELY GREAT!!
“Armstrong Inns _ Garden Suite”
Reviewed July 24, 2012
We found our stay at the Armstrong Inns a charming, quiet get-away. The services far exceeded our expectations. It was everything we hoped for and more!!! We received complimentary wine, breakfast and dessert, all served with a beautiful presentation.
“Beautiful and comfy”
Reviewed July 20, 2012
My mom arranged our stay here, (at the E. Taylor house) and it was a shame that we couldn't have stayed all of our time here. (it was booked for our third night.) The location is great for walking the city. (You are only a few blocks from the river and downtown!) From the minute that we got in, we felt cossetted by the gentility and comfort of the Armstrong Inn. Beautiful art, clean and well kept surroundings, all sorts of snacks and even a complimentary bottle of wine refreshed us after walking all day around the city. Also, I found that I love the southern tradition of cream sherry in the afternoon. The bed was amazingly soft with a down duvet. We both heartily enjoyed this trip. -Betsy and Jim.
“Great Bed and Breakfast!”
Reviewed July 12, 2012
Overall, my family and I enjoyed our stay at this bed and breakfast. The owner was very nice and hospitable. She addressed our needs and/or concerns in a timely manner. The house was clean. The beds were very comfortable. I would definitely recommend this bed and breakfast to others. They provided various snacks and food (i.e., fruit, peanuts, pastries) in the kitchen. They were able to recommend local restaurants.
“A hidden gem in Savannah”
Reviewed July 12, 2012
I've traveled to Savannah before on business but never for a relaxing, "touristy" trip. Upon arrival, we were enveloped in heart warming hospitality! We stayed in the amazing Chatham Garden Suite which was luxurious, cozy and beautiful. Delicious food, exquisite and well-appointed bath, a soothing, comfy bed and a luscious garden hideaway! The staff and services they provided was unsurpassed with great attention to detail. Thank you Monique for a wonderfully relaxing and enjoyable Savannah experience! True Southern hospitality at its finest.
“Above and beyond”
Reviewed July 9, 2012
The Armstrong Inn was one of the best things about our trip to Savannah. We stayed at the Jenkins House and it was home away from home with a 5 star quality that you would not find at any hotel. Monique was a truly gracious hostess making us feel right at home and was most helpful in assisting us with planning out our stay. It truly made our first family holiday of 3 really special. The Jenkins House was perfect in accommodating our young baby (Monique kindly supplied placard and blankets!). It was lovely just to relax in and most definitely wonderful to come home to after a day of sightseeing. Having breakfast dropped off the day before and being able to have breakfast at your leisure was great. We have stayed in several B&B's around the country and this definitely tops them.
“Best 4th of July ever!”
Reviewed July 8, 2012
Monique and the Armstrong Inn Staff are fantastic! We were thrilled with the beauty and charm of the Chatham Suite and made to feel right at home by their warmth and hospitality. We stay at B&Bs whenever we get the chance and this was definitely one of the best! Highly recommended!!
Map Historic District: www.savannahvisit.com/images/maps/Map_72b.pdf
Walking Tour of Savannah: www.awalkthroughsavannah.bravehost.com
Trolley Tour Company: www.oldsavannahtours.com
Dolphins & Coastal Journeys www.coastaljourney.com
Savannah Cruiser Tours www.savannahcruisertours.com
Wilderness South East Tours www.wilderness-southeast.org
Beach on Tybee Island: www.tybeevisit.com
Day Spa www.savannahdayspa.com
Day Spa www.vanilladayspa.com
William Armstrong Art Studio www.williamarmstrongartist.com
Savannah College of Art and Design www.scad.edu
Cora Bett (Christie’s Great Estates) www.corabettthomas.com
Celia Dunn (Sotheby’s International Real Estate) www.celiadunnsir.com
Historic Savannah Foundation www.historicsavannahfoundation.org
Savannah Chamber of Commerce www.savannahchamber.com
Savannah City Market www.savannahcitymarket.com
Savannah Tour of Homes and Gardens (Spring) www.savannahtourofhomes.org
Savannah Music Festival (Spring) www.savannahmusicfestival.org
Savannah Garden Expo (Spring) www.savannahgardenexpo.com
Tybee Island Tour of Homes (Summer) www.tybeeisland.com
Savannah Film & Video Festival (Fall) www.scad.edu/filmfest
Holiday Tour of Homes (Winter) www.dnaholidaytour.net/
Telfair Museum Ball & Auction (Winter) www.telfair.org/
SavannahNow.com Diversions www.savannahnow.com
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Il Pasticcio www.IlPasticcioSavannah.com
Mansion on Forsyth Park www.700drayton.com
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“Screamin’ Mimi’s” Pizza www.screaminmimispizza.com
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