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The Armstrong House once belonged to a local antique dealer named Jim Williams who was featured in the book, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (according to the history of the house). The house was featured in the movie based on the book...More
This was our second trip in the past four weeks to Savannah as well as our second time staying at an Armstrong Inn property. We were just as pleased with our one bedroom, two story Chatham House Suite accommodations as we were with the accommodations...More
Unexpected to have such a wonderful place. Rather than stock antiques and a formal air to the place, I found this place set up as if it was to be my home. The furnishings had a welcoming appereance, whilst still being luxurious. The owners paintings...More