What We Love
- Daily rituals like gourmet breakfast spreads, free evening hors d’oeuvres, and wine and dessert
- Rooms feature fireplaces, balconies, and claw foot tubs
- Tranquil views over gardens or Savannah’s famous squares
- Optional romantic extras like Champagne, roses, and turndown gifts
What To Know
- The hotel is adults only
- Pets are not allowed
- The communal, B&B style of the inn might not suit all travelers
- There’s parking onsite
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
Romantics and history buffs will thrill at the old-fashioned Southern charm that permeates every aspect of the inn, from the cozy rooms named for famous figures from Savannah’s rich history, to the décor, all crystal chandeliers and 19th century antiques. The free gourmet treats are a highlight: hearty home-made breakfasts, dainty evening appetizers served with wine, and decadent desserts served in the parlor–all great occasions to mingle with fellow guests.
In the Area
Experience one of America’s oldest and most picturesque cities the old-fashioned way–via trolley car, visiting the waterfront and the historic squares, with their sun-dappled pathways, magnolia trees and Gothic charm. See life through the prism of the Civil Rights movement at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, then visit Wormsloe Historic Site, a former plantation reached via an avenue flanked with live oaks and Spanish moss.
How to Get There
We stayed 2 nights at the Kehoe House & felt like royalty. Attention to every detail was made so that our stay was top notch. We were assisted with our luggage up the entrance stairs. We asked about where to eat & what tours to take. We were very pleased with each suggestion. Breakfast was made to order, delicious. Dessert served each evening. Wine & an hor'deurve served each afternoon. We appreciated the feel of our room, updated but with a historical feel. Will recommend Kehoe House to anyone we know who will be visiting Savannah.
Absolute first class experience.
Staff was incredibly nice and helpful, from the front desk to the chefs to the housekeepers. It went far beyond the well known southern hospitality.
Location was ideal. You could reach the streets with the restaurants and the old houses in the historic district with equal ease.
Bedding was comfy, pillows were plentiful. Blackout curtains lived up to their name.
The front desk/concierge crew was always happy to help arrange tours or make dining arrangements (I'm sure they pulled some strings to get us into sold out situations).
We ate our breakfast in the parlor with the other guests because everyone was just so friendly and we all legitimately enjoyed each others company (I'm kind of an introvert and usually prefer to be alone). They offer wine and snacks in the evening, dessert at night, talks about the house by historians, a night with a piano player.
Building is beautiful, a stopping point on many tours of the city.
Total class operation.
If you're thinking about it don't hesitate.
Each room at the Kehoe is unique. There is history around you. The staff was awesome, they treated you like family. Breakfast was awesome either you want it downstairs or on the balcony of your room, just ask.