Elegant and Comfortable Historic Townhouse
This townhouse was absolutely amazing. Though renovated and updated with high end appliances and leather furniture the charm of the 19th century shone through. Brick walls, wood floors and high ceilings, with a gorgeous enclosed courtyard captured the flavour of historic Savannah. Everything worked perfectly and the townhouse was stocked with a good variety of Savannah reading materials and tourist information.
The location was unbeatable -- an easy and pleasant stroll through squares to downtown, a few steps to the lovely quiet oasis of Troup Square and the quirky and friendly Firefly Cafe across the street. We parked our car in the gated parking and never used it in 4 days.
We heard only very minimal noise from the adjoining neighbours and found the ship horns, train sounds and occasional sirens a wonderful reminder that Savannah is a living city not a museum. For discovering the "real" Savannah and understanding its development also highly recommend Hariett Meyerhoff's private tour -- she was excellent. For Midnight of Good and Evil fans the carriage house across the street is featured in the movie as the Doctor's office where Chablis got her shots!
Unreservedly recommend Angela's townhouse -- you will not be disappointed!
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Helpful votes: 3/3
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