I recently celebrated a birthday in Savannah and took the opportunity to treat myself to a few nights in this B&B. The interior decorating is breathtaking in the Kehoe House. We stayed in the Johnny Mercer room, which is the nicest room in the inn and it did not disappoint. The breakfasts were delicious and the dining and sitting room areas were wonderfully relaxing. The staff were wonderful and all of the concierges were very knowledgable in helping us with directions. The innkeeper also went as far as to purchase and bring in a birthday cake for me on the day of my birthday. It was a memorable experience, and I could not have been happier. Lastly, a major plus was that it was located right in downtown within walking distance to Broughton Street and Bay Street where all the fun shops, squares, and restaurants are. I will definitely be returning soon for my next getaway.
Grand Savannah mansion turned distinctive B&B.. In Short One of Savannah's most affluent inns is revered for elegant furnishings, 14-foot ceilings and service. This Renaissance Revival mansion was built in 1892 as a home for William Kehoe, a prominent business leader. Before opening as a B&B in 1992, it was a funeral parlor, which might explain rumors of the occasional specter. Guests receive breakfast, afternoon tea and hors d'oeuvres, plus twice-daily housekeeping with nightly turndown. Several of the 13 opulent units feature private verandas.