The Olde Savannah Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... here. It appears that he owns most of this street we are on, and it is a half mile long.
Bill also owned a fence company that he bought from a man who was selling the business to move to Illinois. He had a successful run with the Sunshine Fence Company, and eventually sold it to his step son. He lamented that although he mentored his step son for four years, once he removed himself from the day to day operations, the business was soon run into ...
... wide overhanging eaves supported by decorative brackets, and entrance towers and roundhead windows with hood moldings. Most examples also feature cast-iron fronts and detailed entrances. Savannah example: Mercer House
RegencyThe Regency style is depicted by triangular pediments, semi-circular stairs, articulated window ...
... we had a good time playing in the water and collecting sea shells. Lloyd, who is the owner of the inn, recommended a few places to eat on the island, one of them being Gerold’s. Gerold’s is an open air restaurant that serves the BEST FRIED SHRIMP we’ve ever had. It was so good we even bought a bottle of their signature “Tybee Island sauce” which is a mango hot sauce. After requesting to buy a bottle of the sauce, the waiter told us ...
... and pavement has a story. Place is littered with "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" sites. Also saw the square and bench from opening scene of Forest Gump. Enjoyed hot chocolate, lime cake and grits in cafe. Enjoyed wandering through the streets and gardens gawking at the vast range of architectural beauty. Almost Europe-like, not in style, but sense of something pretty on very street corner. ...
... walk Is that it sits well below the end of town. From the last street that borders the river, it is an elevator ride or a walk down some steep steps in daylight down to the river. The walk is pretty but very brief. There are riverboats docked on the walk and great views of the Westin that appears to sit on it's own island. There are plenty of tourist shops on the bottom of the large buildings that face town. These basement doors open up to ...