Plan to stay in Savannah vacation rentals for your next trip to Savannah and you won’t regret it. You can always get a richer experience in a city like Savannah when you skip the hotel and instead immerse yourself in the neighborhood like a local. Southern Belle’s vacation rentals Savannah GA are in prime areas in the historic downtown, which offers excellent access to the heart of the city, while still giving you all the amenities of a hotel.
The Champagne Suite is one of our Savannah vacation homes capable of hosting four guests in a two bedroom, two bathroom property of 1,300 square feet. Like all of our Savannah vacation rentals, it has a number of desirable amenities, including a full kitchen, two queen beds, washer and dryer, private parking and a great location on East Broad Street. From this location, you are in the heart of the Historic District and only a block from River Street. General amenities in our vacation rentals Savannah GA include Wi-Fi, cable TVs, all necessary appliances, linens and towels and basic necessities so you won’t have to go shopping immediately upon your arrival.
The Champagne Suite property isn’t called that for nothing. The interior of this house is immediately luxurious and the color scheme is indeed reminiscent of champagne with its soft gold tones and glittering accents like hanging chandeliers. The main room could pass for the lobby of an expensive hotel with tall curtained windows and plush seating. Wood flooring and area rugs complete the look. The kitchen occupies an adjacent space with a half-wall that makes it visible to the living room. Inside the kitchen, you’ll find long stretches of counter space and stainless steel appliances. Continue from the kitchen into the private dining room with seating for six. Directly past that is a beautiful private balcony with deck table seating for four, as well as a small bar table for two, and curtains to add more shade on bright days. The bedrooms offer comfortable beds and convenient extra touches like seating areas and a desk.
The easiest part of your stay may just be finding things to do near our Savannah vacation homes. At this location on East Broad Street, you’re just steps away from the Pirates’ House restaurant, which serves Southern food in a rustic, pirate-themed atmosphere. Slightly north and west, you’ll find the Pacci Italian Kitchen serving delicious Italian food in a stylish hotel. Directly west is Washington Square, one of Savannah’s many historic squares, and named after the nation’s first president, George Washington. Almost directly north you can run into Emmet Park, which is one of the larger parks in the city and occupies a long grassy bluff that overlooks the Savannah River. The park is named after Robert Emmet and designed as a tribute to Savannah’s Irish.
As previously mentioned, this is one of our vacation rentals Savannah GA that is only a short walk from River Street and River Street is a must-see area in Savannah. This waterfront boardwalk used to be row upon row of cotton warehouses before being largely abandoned for over 100 years due to a yellow-fever epidemic. Eventually it was fully restored and is now a pinnacle of urban renewal. Old warehouses have been transformed into eclectic boutiques, fascinating art galleries and delicious restaurants. Even though River Street is a shopper’s and diner’s paradise, there’s plenty of other things to do here as well. Visit the Waving Girl and Olympic Cauldron monuments, take a Riverboat Cruise or explore all the old alleyways in Factors Walk. River Street is also the site of many events during the year, including Fine Arts on The River Festival, Fourth of July on the River, Oktoberfest on the River, Boat Parade of Lights and Christmas on the River and Lighted Parade among others. Every first Saturday of the month between March and December also sees a festival down on River Street.
If you head further south into the Savannah Historic District, you can see some of the other popular sights such as the Colonial Park Cemetery, The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and of course Forsyth Park. Forsyth Park is the largest park in the city and definitely the most famous with its picturesque iron fountain and plentiful walking trails. Historic cemeteries are top tourist attractions in Savannah and Colonial Park is home to many of the city’s first residents and also features prominently on ghost tours. Ghost tours are another extremely popular tourist pastime in Savannah and you can choose from walking tours, trolley or bus tours. The tours cover cemeteries as well as reputedly haunted houses, hotels and restaurants.
Any extra time you have in Savannah would be well-spent with a quick trip to Tybee Island. Only a half-hour drive out of downtown and offering 2.7 square miles of peaceful island charm, Tybee can top off your vacation itinerary.
Renting Savannah vacation homes from Southern Belle is easy to do from our comprehensive website where you can easily find a great property and book online. We have a huge amount of Savannah vacation rentals to choose from, whether you’re looking for a cute and cozy townhouse or something bigger for the whole family. Regardless of what you choose, you’ll be getting incomparable privacy and local atmosphere that you just can’t find at a hotel.