Standing out on the otherwise quiet avenue, our Savannah bed and breakfast offers good cheer, a simply exquisite jubilee of casual fare and privileged comforts. The most popular luxurious feature at Zeigler House Inn is the extraordinary bed comforts. The greatest conveniences are the location and in-room kitchens. The Italianate home built in 1856 represents the Old South with all its charming romantic splendor, chivalry, and gracious hospitality. The stately house epitomizes what is fine and beautiful in historic Savannah. There’s no need to be a stranger here. The gentle leisure is not extravagant but graceful for unceremonious, home-away-from-home comforts.
Our Savannah, Georgia bed and breakfast is located along legendary Jones Street – the one that Southern Living describes as the “most beautiful street in North America” – guests mellow into the comforts of Savannah’s privileged gentlefolk. The Inn is ideally located within a short walk of the major downtown attractions including shops, restaurants, art galleries, museums, Forsyth Park, City Market, and Savannah’s historic River Street.
A grand place for idlers, seven loft-sized accommodations feature kitchens or kitchenettes with extraordinary hints of generosity – fresh homemade baked fare, sink-in comforts, and refrigerators stocked with refreshing beverages. Guests enjoy the rampant popularity of “individuality” for a restful visit in Savannah … whether for romance, vacation, or business leisure.
Three suites enjoy street-level private access. Whirlpool tubs and private outdoor patios are also unique features in several rooms. The innkeeper lives on-premise, providing 24-hour assistance.
Hors d’oeuvres and wine are served in the afternoon on Fridays and Saturdays. Desserts, goodies, and coffee/tea service are available in the dining room daily. Continental breakfast is in-room with homemade baked goods, fresh fruit, and more. Each room is refreshed with a generous supply of hot and cold beverages daily.