The George Whitfield Room at The Kehoe House

The George Whitfield Room at The Kehoe House

Nothing can keep visitors away from Savannah—not even her sweltering summers!  As brave as these sun-parched visitors are, there is nothing better at the end of a hot day than retreating to a cool, quiet place to rest up for further adventure.  To those wanderers, I suggest the Kehoe House’s George Whitfield room.

Situated downstairs in the Kehoe House’s courtyard level, the Whitfield room is perfect for the always on-the-go traveler who nevertheless desires comfort and luxury in which to soothe his or her weariness. 

George Whitfield Room at The Kehoe House
The Clawfoot Tub in the Whitfield Room

Named for famed evangelist and co-founder of Methodism, the George Whitfield room boasts both privacy and elegance.  Its claw-foot bathtub is the perfect place to drift off and scrub the heaviness of the day away—ask your concierge for a bottle of champagne and a plate of chocolate covered strawberries to turn an evening of relaxation into one of romance.

Whatever your purpose in Savannah, we all need a good night’s rest, and the Whitfield room’s opulently soft queen-sized bed will leave you feeling warm and secure after a night of some of the best sleep you’ve ever had. A complimentary turn-down service will leave you feeling pampered and watched over.  Just another of the Kehoe House’s many services.