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TravelPod Member ReviewsZeigler House Inn Savannah
Ein wunderschön renoviertes und mit Antiquitäten eingerichtetes 150 Jahre altes Haus in einer der schönsten Straßen des Historic Distric, das ist Zeigler House. Unser Zimmer ist groß und hat eine Pantry Küche. Das Bad ist riesig - zwei Waschbecken, walk-in shower, was will man mehr? Aber Jackie kann selbst das noch toppen. Im Erdgeschoss gibt es Aufenthaltsräume mit Kaffee, Sherry, Pralinen und um 17:00 Uhr Wein, Käse und Snacks. Wahnsinn!
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