About the property
- House1500 sq. ft.
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay3 nights
2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 half bathroom, sleeps 6
The Victorian at Sanctuary Place was built in 1888 for Dr. E.W. Glidden, a prominent Savannah physician who sat on the Georgia Board of Health. It eventually became the parsonage for the adjacent church and was primarily student housing for the ten years prior to being restored in 2010. The kitchen, and baths were replaced and upgraded for modern needs - crown molding and plantation shutters were added to fit the period. It has 2 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths, plus a queen- size convertible sofa in the living room. Both beds are queen and the trunk room has been converted to a small bedroom with a twin bed. The Victorian has been thoughtfully appointed and is well stocked with essentials. A side door leads to a lovely courtyard with a fountain and outdoor seating. This historic location is convenient for exploring Savannah by foot or car and a very short walk to Forsythe Park and several local favorites.
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within one day
- Calendar last updated:
- May 15, 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Comfy and cozy.
Enjoyed our stay here very much. The house was well equipped, the beds were comfy, and the off street parking was a boon. Kevin was immediately available when we had a question. It5an easy walk to Forsyth Park and the free shuttle bus into the city. The only thing we would have liked would have been an extra comfy chair in the sitting room. Would highly recommend.
Great home. I would stay there again.
Wonderful New Years in Savannah
We had such a nice stay in the Santuary Place Victorian House over the New Years holiday. All I can say is the pictures don't do the house justice. It is charming! You feel like you are back in time in the old South. The location is wonderful, close enough to walk to everything yet away from the fray of being too close to the downtown area. The house is very well appointed and has everything you need. It is very clean and in good condition. The owner is so nice and thoughtful. We were a bit delayed and ended up coming in after dark. The lights were on and the house was so welcomeing when we arrived. He also help us with storing our luggage for a few hours after check-out. I've not always been happy renting homes in the past for vacations as they often are not as nice as they appear but this one was much nicer than I expected. We hope to stay again in the Spring!!!!!
This was a great house in a great neighborhood with great places nearby to eat. Kevin was extremely helpful and accessible during the entire stay. We loved it.
A comfortable home from home
We had a very pleasant stay in this house. Property is in a quiet neighbourhood with an inviting courtyard which served us well , especially in the evenings after a day of exploring Savannah on foot. While we never actually met up, Kevin proved to be a very accommodating host who responded promptly to questions and requests.
Great place! Thanks so much for letting us stay.
This location, just off the southend of Forsyth Park has a lot of advantages. The first being the park itself: 10 acres of green-space lined with 200 year old, moss covered trees. 2 large playgrounds, tennis and basket ball courts and a large amphitheater with a cafe. The park serves as a center piece for downtown life and acts as a gateway to the historic squares that make up downtown. The farmers market is every Saturday and the park host many events throughout the year. Several local favorites on this end of the park too including the Sentient Bean Cafe and Brighter Day Grocery - 2 indispensable places for many downtown residents. A free shuttle to downtown proper is just a couple of blocks over on Bull St, the trolley stop is also super close.