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330 Abercorn St Savannah, GA 31401
330 Abercorn StUSGASavannah31401
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Ornate circa-1873 B&B featuring elegant rooms, Southern breakfast, & free nightly wine & snacks.- Google
People talk about historic savannah, southern hospitality, gourmet breakfast, forsyth park and afternoon tea
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reviewed a year ago
Very nice place and friendly accommodating staff. Would go again.
A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
this hotel was a very decent one. i may come back again
A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
best hell yes honeyput on that party dress
A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
this place was very cheap, it could have beenm a little clleaner though.
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
We stayed at the Hamilton Turner the last week of April. Savannah is a beautiful town with wonderful B&Bs. I've stayed in several and this one is the best. We were in the Johnny Mercer room, a lovely room that is very comfortable. I loved the red walls! The breakfast featured the fluffiest blueberry pancakes I've ever had. The owner Jim was there and you could tell that he cared very much about his place and about your stay. My husband and I highly recommend the Hamilton Turner Inn!
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A Google User
reviewed 6 years ago
If you're looking for an extremely formal stay in Savannah, the Hamilton-Turner Inn shouldn't disappoint. The staff (barring the excellent bellhop) can seem cold, but I'm not looking to buddy up with them like many people staying at Bed & Breakfasts try to do with owners. Basically we really, really enjoyed the historic character of the house and the Noble Jones Suite. You could hear all of the street sounds at night, however, so we didn't exactly get a full night's sleep either of the nights we stayed there. Still, the location is excellent as it's across the street from the gorgeous Lafayette Square and you're within walking distance to all of historic Savannah. The breakfast was quite good both days and the gentleman waiting on us was quite cordial. Snacktimes were also good when it was only us. The other guests we ran into during some snacktimes were either odd or pretentious, and I wish we had been out in the city during those times instead. One couple in particular tried to latch onto us and come with us to dinner! I artfully dodged that bullet and the next night two British women also nearly got hooked into having dinner with the same couple. The pretentious types were looking down their nose at Savannah and its slower way of life in favor of the money driven aspects of the US and they made this known on multiple occasions. They must have been extremely satisfied to be there since the inn is quite expensive. I know that the owners need to book who they can, but in the future we will not be staying at the Hamilton Turner Inn as it's simply not worth it for that kind of company. My wife and I came to Savannah for Southern hospitality but all we experienced was a house full of Yankees.
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