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Savannah is lovely. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Brian upgraded our room when we arrived to a slightly bigger room and Eric always looked after us when we needed a wee cup of tea. The Inn is beautiful. They serve food in the afternoon and...More
Stayed 3 nights here on our first ever visit to Savannah. We had never stayed in an inn before. The historic Hamilton-Turner Inn was a delightful way to spend our 43d Anniversary. The staff of Tim, Eric and Ammad were all so helpful, friendly and...More
This is a fabulous place to stay! The breakfast is wonderful and the staff took care of everything for us right down to our carriage ride picking us up at the front door. The room was very comfortable and treats on our pillow every night....More
Hamilton-Turner Inn is true southern beauty! We were in the Gen. Nathaniel Green suite ... absolutely lovely stay from Thursday-Sunday. Service is outstanding, perfectly timed so as not to “be in your face” or be disruptive. They are there for you but not overdone, which...More
A travel agent recommended this place and it did not disappoint ( aside from not hearing any children playing, billiard balls crashing and seeing an old man smoking a cigar - yes no ghosts on our stay). We had a room on the “fourth” floor...More
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There is NO on-site parking. You'll have to park at a meter on one of the side streets. You don't have to worry about feeding the meter during the weekend, but you do during the week. Also, there are street sweepers that... More
There is NO on-site parking. You'll have to park at a meter on one of the side streets. You don't have to worry about feeding the meter during the weekend, but you do during the week. Also, there are street sweepers that come through on certain nights, but they'll let you know at the Inn in advance which days and which street they're coming through.