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Offering four rooms, and a Carriage House, the McMillan Inn — located in Savannah, Georgia — provides a magical venue of "Victorian Romance Perfected." The Inn is located in a wonderfully restored, 1888 Italianate Revival structure, and is within two blocks of historic Forsyth Park... central to the largest Historic District and acclaimed "Most Walkable City" in the entire United States.
Celebrate fleeting moments... amid a quiet place in historic Savannah Georgia elegance, an extraordinary Savannah bed and breakfast experience at McMillan inn near Forsyth Park, historic Savannah's celebrated central park.
Period antiques and furnishings abound in both the sleeping suites and in the common areas. By contemporary standards, some would say the lush and extravagant appointments are somewhat "over the top," but by Romantic Victorian standards, they are "simply just perfect"... truly a wonderful way to experience an era gone by.
Sit outside on the Front Veranda before breakfast to savor a cup of coffee and the morning paper. Relax … or meet and greet friends in the Main Parlor, where you can enjoy a working fireplace and your choice of music from an extensive CD collection. In the afternoons you can partake in afternoon sweets and iced tea.
Celebrate a quick getaway rendezvous opportunity surrounded by historic Savannah Georgia's dreamy setting of "America's best pedestrian city."
Experience the McMillan Inn's Courtyard... After a wonderful day of walking and touring, our guests enjoy relaxing in our newly designed courtyard complete with flower gardens, cherub fountain and 'dipping pool'. The dipping pool is the perfect place to sit and sip your favorite beverage as you are cooling off from the heat of the day. While in the courtyard you may also get the chance to meet "GiGi" the owner's little dog and Jingle and Jangle their 2 rescued cats as they come and go from the Owner's garden apartment below the Inn. GiGi, Jingle and Jangle are never guests inside the inn.
After a good nights sleep at the McMillan Inn, Experience the delicacies of a wonderful warm, and charming hot "menu du jour" breakfast at a magnificent, antique French burled olive ash table in the main Dining Room. The Table is set with fine Crystal; silver and China with a candle lit centerpiece.
Then for the Main Entrée each day a different specialty is served, eggs Florentine, or egg soufflé, almond crusted French toast or banana crepes are sure to please the sophisticated palate. This fine breakfast is served each morning of your stay. Guests have raved over what they call a "Gourmet Breakfast". Please note we regret that we are unable to accommodate special dietary needs or preferences.
Celebrate contentment... in historic Savannah Georgia's romantic hideaway style embellished with French artwork by Pierre Cott, Italianate architecture, Renaissance Revival period antiques, claw foot soaking tubs, Jacuzzi tub, antique canopy beds, romantic working gas fireplaces, candlelit breakfast served on an 1800's French burled olive ash dining room table with Royal Doulton china.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Cindy Celento for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Guests are drawn in by what they see on our web site and we are known as a romantic inn. Travelers love the gourmet breakfast we serve!
What are you best known for?
Our guests feel like they are “stepping back in time” because of our period antiques and furnishings, but they also enjoy the modern amenities of our inn. We are “one-of-a-kind”!
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
We always recommend to our guests that haven't been to Savannah to walk the beautiful streets, enjoy the history and see the architecture of this beautiful town.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
It always puts a smile on our faces when guests say we've made them feel like part of the family!
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
Most people don’t realize just how much there is to do here! Savannah in rich in history, offers plenty of tours, wonderful shopping opportunities, and has great restaurants. There is plenty to do!
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
We suggest that guests bring a comfortable pair of walking shoes, you can access everything on foot. We recommend that guests take a tour of Savannah. The “Savannah Experience” is one of the best tours in town.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Everything is within walking distance! We are located in the heart of the historic district which is 2 square miles of food, shopping and attractions.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
One of our favorite eating establishments is The Olde Pink House, which serves traditional southern food. Another great place is the Jazzid Tapas Bar which features live Jazz music.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
Our web site has all of the information that our guests need with links to many attractions in the area.
How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 5 comfortable rooms.
Do you accept pets?
We don’t accept pets. We are a romantic inn with valuable antiques and special furnishings.
Area Information and Attractions
Arrive in Savannah to celebrate in first-class quiet places and discover convenient, quick getaway leisure in historic Savannah, Georgia. Amid McMillan Inn's "Victorian Romance Perfected," celebrate elegance and quiet luxuries of the Victoria Inn's antique collections, historic Savannah, Georgia, romantic hideaway setting near Forsyth Park, well-appointed comforts of the historic Savannah Georgia bed and breakfast inn's 4 B&B sleep suites, fine dining gourmet cuisine, pristine courtyard garden cherub fountain and refreshing "dipping" pool.
Attractions in Historic Savannah Georgia
- Andrew Low House
- Bonaventure Cemetery
- Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
- City Market
- Colonial Park Cemetery
- Davenport House Museum
- Forsyth Park
- Green-Meldrim House
- Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace
- Massie Heritage Interpretation Center
- Mercer House
- Old Fort Jackson
- Olde Pink House
- Owens-Thomas House
- Savannah History Museum
- Savannah Visitors Center
- Historic Savannah Carriage Tours
- Old Town Trolley Tours
- Savannah Under the Stars
- Savannah Candy Kitchen
- Savannah Cruises
- Savannah Walks
- Telfair Museum of Art
- Tour of Homes and Gardens
- Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
- Telfair Museum of Art
- Tybee Island Lighthouse Station
- Tour Guides Historic Savannah
- Carriage Tours of Savannah
- Dolphin Watching
- Ghost Walk Ghost Talk Tour
- The Ghosts of Savannah
Historic Savannah Featured in the Media & Publication
Anything Southern - "Savannah in the Spotlight" ~ Better Homes & Gardens -Savannah Georgia
Coastal Georgia information ~ Conde' Nast Traveler ~ FODORS ~ HGTV: Insider's Guide to Savannah
National Geographic ~ National Geographic Traveler Magazine ~ New York Times-Georgia
Romantic Days and Nights in Savannah: "Plush ~ Rand McNally-Georgia ~ Southern Living
Travel Magazine ~ Turner South, "Liars and Legends" - Ghosts in the Savannah Inns
From I-95 (north or south)
- Take I-16 East toward Savannah all the way until I-16 ends- get in far right lane
- Turn right at the first light onto Liberty Street (Marriott on right)
- At the 5th light make a right onto Habersham Street. Go around two Squares (Parks)
- Take the next Right onto E. Huntingdon St. (not the alley) after you see “Johnnie Ganems” wine store
- Inn is located on right hand side at the corner at Lincoln Street. 304 East Huntingdon Street.