|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Park Suite Unit B. (please see our additional listing for Garden Suite Unit A VRBO # 368075 & HomeAway # 347919)
The Park suite is a perfect romantic destination, ideal for a honeymoon or romantic anniversary weekend. Tastefully decorated with Persian rugs, original artwork and antiques. Window heating and air unit. The queen size bed boasts an ultra comfortable mattress with luxurious linens. The living area offers a comfortable sofa, fireplace, a 40' flat screen TV, DVD player and nice sitting area.
Designer kitchen has stainless steel appliances, microwave and granite countertops. Kitchen is fully equipped with designer dinnerware, cooking utensils, wine glasses and champagne flutes. Complimentary coffee, creamer & bottled water provided.
Located in one of the most prestigious homes in the landmark historic district directly on Forsyth Park.
Built in 1870 for the city Treasurer John Williamson, the home is located directly on Forsyth Park next door to the Magnolia Hall Inn owned by the Savannah College of Art and Design and only steps away from the famed Forsyth Park fountain. Many shops, restaurants and cultural destinations are a short walk away. This is the ideal location for your visit to Savannah.
Parking is conveniently located right around the corner on Huntington Street.
The home is owned by Mr. Brett Turner and Dr. Kimberly Turner. Originally from Florida, Mr. Turner has been a real estate developer for the last 20 years living in the Savannah area for the last 5 years. Dr. Turner, a Periodontist, is originally from Hartford Connecticut and opened her medical practice in Savannah in 2007. Both of the Turners are very active, love to travel and are avid triathletes. Please contact Deborah Schott, the Turner's property manager for any inquiries or questions about our property.
Deborah Schott purchased this apartment in 2009
Historic home built in 1871 in a prime location in the historic district right on Forsyth Park. Short walk to many great restaurants and shops.
We've had a wonderful week in Savannah and surrounding areas. We have walked all over the city and enjoyed every moment of it. In particular the Mercer Williams house and Juliet Gordon Lowe Birthplace were special places and also Bonaventure Cemetery. We enjoyed a meal at Firefly but for beautiful and exceptional cuisine 700 Drayton was the best. The location of the suite is perfect and was everything we needed for 2 people. Deborah responded quickly to our requests and was helpful and friendly. Thank you to the Turner's for the pleasure of sharing your home.
We enjoyed staying in the apartment. It was just he right distance to take in the sites as we walked to the river. I would recommend this again.
The unit is cozy and well maintained. It is comfortable and even has an upgraded kitchen. The unit is across the street from Forsyth Park. The property manager promptly solved any issue that arose during my stay. I would definitely recommend this place for no more than 2 adults looking to stay in Savannah's historic district.
We both really enjoyed our stay at this small, but nice apartment. The unit is within a mid 1800's mansion right on Forsyth Park so the location is really unbeatable in charming Savannah, GA.
The place consists of a living room with non-working fireplace, a bedroom with queen bed and two armoirs, a full, well equipped, albeit small kitchen with granite counters, and a tiny bathroom with a small shower but no tub and one very small sink.
The shower could stand to have the insert replaced with tile or stone as it is really showing wear, dirt and even a bit of mildew. Savnannah is a very humid place so this unit has a very large window air conditioner and a dehumidifier which we ran pretty much constantly to keep the place comforatable. The down side is the noise produced by these units as well as the fact that the AC unit takes up one of the two living room windows. The living room has two windows, one in the bathroom and two in the bedroom. The place also has a gated entrance right off the park and a small outdoor sitting area.
Overall, we really liked the place. The service and arrangements were handled beautifully with great communication. We would definitely stay here again and recommend it to you.
The entry for the units in this house are underneath the porch that is on the left side in the picture of the front of the house which puts them at a step or two down from street level. Our first impression as we stepped in to the unit was a significant musty odor and since my wife is allergic to molds I wasn't sure we'd be able to stay there. We ran both the air conditioner and dehumidifier while we were there. I must say the odor was only a problem upon entry to the unit and did not bother us if we stayed in there awhile. The living area is nice, it has a sofa and a small table with 2 chairs. Bedroom is fine. The kitchen is beautiful, but we never used it as we ate out all our meals. The bathroom is the not so nice part. There are moldy spots in the shower stall and the floor around the toilet, which appears to be painted brick is badly in need of freshening. We only had one interaction with the property manager which was positive. We had a little trouble figuring out the front door lock and called the property manager. She responded quickly.
The property is in a good location, right across the street from the north end of Forsyth Park. It is a little bit of a hike to get to the Savannah River area, but easily doable if you are used to walking. There are a number of good restaurants on Bull St.that are not far, Six Pence pub and the Public House. Other places I'd eat at again, Blue Moon Brewery, Vic's on the River, and The Crab Shack on Tybee Island. With the current condition of the bathroom and the musty odor, I would not recommend this unit to a friend or relative.
We stayed for 3 nights from Oct 16-18. There was no parking on the street where we were told to park because of a movie crew so we had to pay for a parking spot on another street farther away. When the street finally opened up, we parked our car and didn't use it for the rest of our stay because we didn't want to lose our parking space. When we first arrived we couldn't locate the entryway because the picture of the front door displayed at the Homeaway website is the entryway for one of the residential units. Being new to Savannah we didn't realize that a typical Savannah "garden suite" is located below the residential unit at the street level. This means the front windows are about a foot or two above the street.
The unit was very musty smelling and the de-humidifier and old A/C window unit did nothing to improve the odor. We had to make a call to the manager about the thick dust hanging from the ceiling fans, which was taken care of quickly to her credit. The bedroom is nice, and the kitchen is updated but the tiny bathroom is right off the kitchen. The only window in the bathroom is covered with a shade and opens to a paint/maintenance storage area under the stairway of the main residence. Painters were present during our visit. The apartment borders Whitaker St. which is very noisy with traffic all hours of the night. You either use earplugs or run the a/c to dampen the noise. The location is pretty far south of River Street and City Market but there are a few decent places to eat in the general area and Forsythe Park is beautiful. We had a good time away from our unit - Savannah itself is lovely and we will visit again.
Quaint little apartment close to everything with a gorgeous view of Forsyth park. Management was very helpful and accommodating. Provided us with complimentary bottled water and mountains of brochures to help us make decisions about attractions we wanted to see. Room was cozy and bed was comfortable. Very satisfied with our decisions to stay at this location.
Fantastic location right on Forsyth Park in the middle of Landmark Historic district. Home is located in a very safe location in walking distance of many restaurants, shopping and historic landmarks.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Rock N Roll Marathon
Nov 3 2016 - Nov 6 2016
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$100|
Rates subject to change until reservations are confirmed
Smoking or pet penalty - $500
St Patty's day minimum age 30 required, no more than 2 people per suite