Victorian Bed and Breakfast | Savannah, GA

Comfort and Value
in true Savannah style

Welcome to our 1889 Victorian home and Savannah’s Historic District! We are an authentic owner-operated Savannah Bed and Breakfast.  Originally built for Ellen Kelly in 1889, the property was opened as a Bed and Breakfast Inn in 1997.  A true Victorian style and charm has been maintained throughout the years, where southern hospitality and comfort is a must. Located at the southwest corner of Forsyth Park, all historic attractions are within walking distance.  The walk through Forsyth Park to the river is rated the most beautiful walk in the city.  Our Historic Savannah Inn is open year-round.

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Gift Certificates Available!

Request a gift certificate for a birthday or anniversary gift, or just to say “Thank You” to that special friend, coworker or relative.

Yoga Classes!

We are just around the corner from the Savannah Yoga Center, making the Park Avenue Manor a perfect location for your stay while attending your yoga classes!

     Beautiful Artwork!

Wayne Chambers Art Gallery is a must see on your visit to Savannah. Our Inn has numerous paintings by Mr. Chambers, including his original watercolor of the  Park Avenue Manor.  Checkout this internationally distinguished artist at www.waynechambers.com.

Park Avenue Manor

Special Occasion Packages!

Order an Anniversary, Birthday or Honeymoon package with your reservation!  Surprise your sweetheart with a dozen roses, champagne/wine, and chocolate-covered strawberries.

Lodging for SCAD Parents!

Our location is ideal for visiting parents of SCAD (Savannah College of Arts and Design) students looking for accommodations.  Many of the campus buildings and student housing are within walking distance of our Inn.

700 Kitchen Cooking Classes!

Be sure to check out the cooking classes at 700 Drayton while you are in Savannah!  From genuine Low Country entrees to delicious desserts, you will be given hands-on instruction from Chef DarinClasses are held directly across Forsyth Park from our Inn.