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East Bay Inn

1 review

225 E Bay St
Savannah, GA 31401-1203 US



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$99 to $350

Payment types accepted include Discover, Visa, Master Card, Travelers Checks, Diners Club and American Express.

The types of beds available include Queen.


Circa 1852. Meticulously restored and renovated, the East Bay inn in Savannah, Georgia was once a cotton warehouse. Gracing the historic district, this delightful B&B is just steps from the waterfront, cobblestone streets and popular River Street. Gather in the parlor for a wine and cheese reception. Guest bedrooms boast four-poster rice beds, antique furnishings and hardwood floors. Non-smoking rooms are available upon request and a pet-friendly room can be reserved. Enjoy breakfast in the café each morning. Special packages are offered.Location: City/Urban and Downtown Historic District.


Meals Included in Rates: Hors d'oeuvres, Breakfast and Wine.
Types of meals: Continental Plus Breakfast, Wine, Snacks/Refreshments, Hors d'oeuvres, Restaurant on Premises, Early Coffee/Tea and Complimentary Wine & Cheese Reception Daily.
Amenities In Room: Telephone, Turn-Down Service, Clock Radio, Bath Amenities, Television, Air Conditioning, Iron/Ironing Board, Cable TV, Bathrobes, Wireless Internet Access, Central Air, CD Player, Hair Dryer, Coffeemaker, Data Ports and Modem Hook-Up.
Amenities On Site: Computers, Copy Machine, Hearing Impared, PC, Limited Handicap Access, Fax, Phone, Television, Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast, Complimentary Evening Wine and Cheese Reception.
Business Traveler Amenities: Modem Connection, Off-site Dry Cleaning Services, Daily Newspapers, Internet Access, Hair Dryer, FAX On-site, Iron/Ironing Board, Gym Nearby, Television and Wireless Internet Access.



“We enjoyed our experience at The East Bay Inn very much and will definitely be back and will tell our friends and family about this inn. The staff was very friendly, and the rooms were beautiful.”
— Samuel Walden