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
Overall very pleased. Definitely worth the price! The Kehoe has historical significance which in my opinion enhances the Savannah experiance. The staff are very accommodating and the food and service was exceptional. Great central location. Highly recommend the Mercer Room (has a private balcony). Hope to return one day.
The Kehoe House was an awesome experience. The staff was so nice and helpful. I could not envisioned a better experience for our Wedding Anniversary trip. I would highly recommend this B&B! The breakfast was delicious every morning and the rooms extremely clean.
If we could give the Kehoe House a 10 we would! The house itself is comfortable to stay in with furnishings to visit with other guests and places to eat outside and in. The room was spacious and comfortable. The real gem is their friendly and accommodating staff. They will do anything for you to make your stay special. They food is excellent and definitely has a southern flavor. Chef Terre’s Shrimp and grits is a true delight. I hope you get a chance to meet Melody and Peter. They made our stay a pure joy. If we come back to Savannah, we will stay here again! If you are visiting Savannah, look no further for the best place to stay!
Unfortunately, we could only spend one night at Kehoe on our way through. The location is perfect for visiting Savannah, easy to locate, and has parking available in a nearby lot. Every member of the staff is friendly and makes you feel welcome. Breakfasts are great - we both had stuffed French toast with peaches, sausage patty, potatoes and fresh fruit. The wine reception in the evening with hors d'oeuvres is an added bonus. The rooms are a nice size, clean, and beds are comfy. All together a wonderful experience.
This was our first time in Savannah, GA. The staff at the Kehoe House made us feel at home, which caused us to want to come back and tour more of Savannah in the near future. All of the Kehoe House concierge staff we interacted with were helpful in recommending tours, activities, and restaurants. They were all a delight to get to know and work with during our stay. We were pleased with all the recommendations, especially the restaurant recommendations. We stayed in the Juliette Gordon Lowe Room, which was roomy and very comfortable. We had an opportunity to see some of the other rooms, and the next time we stay we are going to try one of the rooms with a private balcony that overlook the old-town streets and parks of Savannah. The amenities were perfect and the breakfasts, afternoon hors d’oeuvres, and evening desserts were great. What made it even better was the interaction with Terre and Peter, two of the excellent chefs at the Kehoe House.