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The Marshall House has long been known for its great location on Broughton Street, its superior service and as an authentic historic Savannah hotel. Here are a few fun and interesting things you might not know about The Marshall House.
Suggestions from Hallie Mobley, Innkeeper at The Gastonian Restaurants We Recommend Near The Gastonian We have several restaurants in Savannah we recommend to our guests daily, but there are some really special neighborhood places that we absolutely suggest for guests
In Savannah, it seems there’s a new and exciting restaurant opening on every cobble-stoned street and square these days. Our guests are having delicious dining experiences, and are returning to the inns with great reports from the food and wine
Here’s Part II in our series of blogs by downtown Savannah concierges and hospitality professionals from the B&B of Savannah collection. These tips and suggestions are from Charles Stewart, one of The Marshall House’s Guest Services Representatives. Here are the
There’s no need to work hard at coming up with a plan for what to do in Savannah. The six downtown inns and boutique hotels in the Bed and Breakfasts of Savannah collection each has a team of experts at
East Bay Inn and Olde Harbour Inn have been pet-friendly hotels for a long time now, but have recently begun accepting reservations for pet-rooms online. It’s our way of saying thanks for bring your best furry friend to Savannah with
The Gastonian was recently named Best B&B/Inn in Savannah by readers of Savannah Magazine. Check our our video and see what guests are saying about The
The Marshall House was recently named Best Boutique Hotel in Savannah by readers of Savannah Magazine. Take a look at our video to see what guests are saying about The Marshall
Savannah’s reputation for being both “good and evil” come into focus every October, when visitors arrive to explore both “the eerie and the elegant” side of Savannah. Fortunately for the thrill seekers among us, it’s not hard to find a