As the oldest city in Georgia, one of 13 original colonies, expect Savannah to be steeped in historical reminders. There are historical monuments on most streets, Antebellum-era architecture on many sites and southern gardens at every turn, serving as reminders of the city’s fascinating past. But even in its dedication to preserving history, the city also embraces modernity, and you can be sure that Savannah vacation rentals include the most modern conveniences regardless of the old-time feel of the exterior.
Bright, Airy and Contemporary at Trending on Broughton
Savannah vacation homes are available in different configurations to meet the diverse needs of millions of guests who come to this fair city for business or pleasure. Trending on Broughton is one of many newly updated Savannah vacation rentals, but it is outstanding in that it includes everything that guests may need for a pleasant and memorable stay.
Once you cross the threshold at Trending on Broughton, you will get the feeling that you belong here. Warm hardwood floors, large double-hung windows, brick walls and an open-floor plan make this a welcoming space. A spacious sitting area hugs the opposite wall from the main entrance. A comfortable couch and side chairs face a large flat screen TV visible from all corners of the great room. The convertible sofa adds more sleeping space for this Savannah vacation rental that can accommodate six guests comfortably.
The gourmet kitchen takes up most of one wall with gleaming cabinetry that complement the wood floors and brick walls. Stainless steel appliances are all new, full size and include a dishwasher, refrigerator, oven, stovetop and microwave oven. This galley-style kitchen is separated from the dining area with a butcher-block counter that doubles as a workspace/cooking prep area and informal dining space. Across the room, Trending on Broughton includes a formal dining space that can accommodate six. The traditional dining table and upholstered parson’s chairs sit under a conversation-starter chandelier.
The common areas may be open, but guests can take advantage of two bedrooms off a short hallway for complete privacy. One bedroom is furnished with a king bed prepared with luxury linen and bedding. This bedroom has a private en suite bathroom. The second bathroom has a queen bed that is ready for your use as soon as you arrive. Southern Belle, property managers for these vacation rentals Savannah GA, ensures that guests have everything needed for an auspicious start to a wonderful stay, using only luxury linens and following a decorating theme to create a clean and serene atmosphere. The second bathroom is accessible from this bedroom and from the hallway. Both bedrooms have spacious closets so that you can stay organized no matter how long you stay.
A washer/dryer combo is located in an alcove along the hallway, making it easy to use even after a long day of enjoying Savannah’s sights and shops. Each bedroom comes with a flat screen TV, and cable service is included in the package along with Wi-Fi service. This unit is not on the ground floor of the complex, so you will have elevator access. With accommodations that are not on the street level, you will enjoy the views of bustling Broughton and Bernard Streets from the privacy of your upper floor unit.
Enjoying the Best of Savannah
Choosing to stay at Trending On Broughton will put you in a good spot for experiencing all the famous and little known haunts that make Savannah a popular travel destination. The city was designed as a grid with green spaces interspersed with commercial and residential blocks. Twenty of the 24 squares still exist as parks, monuments or historical markers. Trending on Broughton is midway between Ellis and Telfair Squares, but Franklin, Johnson and Wright Squares are easily accessible as well. Bikes are available for rent at Ellis Square if you want to see more of the city without driving.
The City Market located between Ellis and Franklin Squares is a tree-shaded strip where you will find unique shops and some of the best dining spots in the city, including the famous British bakery called Pie Society, Wet Willie’s Bar, specialty candy shops, gift shops and various restaurants for casual and formal dining. Savannah is pretty laid back when it comes to open container laws, so feel free to mingle with the crowd with your favorite drink in hand.
The views are always amazing at the riverfront. The slew of Riverwalk shops and restaurants designed from former warehouses provide samples of local specialties, including local brews, so this side of town is also worth a visit. Catch the Savannah Belle’s ferry to go across the river while getting a close up view of river cruises, fishing boats and private yachts. Don’t miss out on taking a selfie by the iconic “Waving Girl” statue at Morrell Park.
History buffs will enjoy the Maritime Museum, which is just down the street from Savannah vacation homes, including Trending on Broughton. A visit to Savannah would not be complete if you don’t check out the SCAD Museum of Art on the sprawling campus of the Savannah College of Art and Design. The college is one of the city’s movers and shakers, leading sustainable preservation efforts as well as enhancing its reputation as a hub for artists, history and movie buffs. The annual Savannah Film Festival is a well-attended event that favors indie films, many of which became box office hits.
With a full calendar of art festivals, live performances and other special events taking place all year round, make sure to reserve your vacation rentals Savannah GA well ahead of schedule.