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Savannah One-Bedroom Vacation Rentals

When you are looking for a fun getaway in a temperate location, look into Savannah Georgia vacation homes. At Southern Belle, we have a full slate of one-bedroom Savannah vacation rentals that are ideal for a weekend getaway, a honeymoon stay or some private time in a historic city. We can help you select cheap vacation rentals in Savannah that exceed your expectations but suit your vacation fund. If time permits, take advantage of Savannah weekly rental rates to get the most out of your stay in the hospitality capital of the South.

Prime Features of Our Cheap Savannah Vacation Rentals

Many one-bedroom accommodations are spacious suites within one of the citys stately historic homes. You will have your own private entry in these self-contained Savannah Georgia vacation homes for two. Most one-bedroom Savannah weekly rentals are centrally located within the citys picturesque historic district, just an easy stroll away from parks, monuments, museums, restaurants and charming boutiques.

Each accommodation for two features a welcoming living room with comfortable seating, a flat-screen television, verdant views of shady Savannah streets and a chefs kitchen where you can cook fabulous gourmet meals. You will find cookware, dishes and glasses, a refrigerator, range, microwave, coffee maker, and often a dishwasher too. All Savannah vacation rentals provide washers and dryers for your use.

The master suites in Savannah weekly rentals boast queen-sized beds and coordinating furnishings that may include bureaus, desks, armchairs, table lamps and ceiling fans. Some master baths have jetted tubs and glassed-in showers while others are equipped with shower/tub facilities. Professional decorating, vintage accessories, hardwood flooring and other premium features pamper your senses throughout your stay.

If you are on a honeymoon, youll love the luxurious privacy of Savannah weekly rentals. If you are enjoying a whirlwind getaway, Savannah Georgia vacation homes have everything you need to make the most of your stay. Whatever your reason for visiting, be sure to set aside some time to get acquainted with the city.

Walking Tours for Two

The best way to experience the sounds, sights, flavors and sweet scents of Savannah is to take a self-guided walking tour. The grid-style design makes it easy to find your way around the historic district. It contains 22 town square parks at street junctures. Just about any direction you take from most Savannah Georgia vacation homes leads past stellar examples of period architecture, monuments and Savannahs eclectic restaurants, but keep in mind you wont be able to cover the entire district in a single day.

Begin your walk at Forsyth Park, where visitors enjoy the trails, statues and the Forsyth Park Fountain. Modeled after a fountain in Paris, this 19th-century water feature is probably the most popular photo backdrop in the city of Savannah.

From Forsyth's north entrance, turn left on West Gaston Street and right on Jefferson. When you reach West Gordon, turn right to discover Chatham, Monterey, Calhoun and Whitfield squares. Some of the notable sights to see there include:

  • Armstrong Mansion on Monterey Square
  • Massie Heritage Center on Calhoun Square
  • Barnard Street School and Gordon Row on Chatham Square

Turn left on Price Street just past Chatham Square, and walk two blocks to East Charlton Street. Another left turn will take you past the next quartet of town squares: Troup, Lafayette, Madison and Pulaski. The Armillary Sphere occupies the center of Troup Square, one of the smaller parks in the historic district. On the western border, you can admire the architecture of the Unitarian Universalist Church. Other features to look for on this row of squares include:

  • A fountain commemorating the 250th year since the founding of Georgia colony in Lafayette Square
  • The childhood home of Flannery OConnor on Lafayette Square
  • Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Georgia, on Lafayette Square
  • Green-Meldrim House and Sorrel-Weed House on Madison Square
  • Unique architecture on Pulaski Square

Across from Pulaski Square, turn right on Jefferson Street and you will soon pass the Savannah Civic Center. Turn right on West Perry Street to visit Orleans and Chippewa squares. You can take a break, if you wish, by the German Memorial Fountain at the heart of Orleans Square. Chippewa Square is home to the Savannah Theater and a statue of James Oglethorpe.

Stroll through the Colonial Park Cemetery, which was active from 1750 until just before the start of the Civil War. Beyond, you will find Crawford Square, home to the White Gazebo and neighbor to The Old County Jail, which dates to 1887.

Depending on your pace, it may be late in the day when you reach this halfway point in your walking tour. If so, postpone the remainder until the next day and enjoy some live music or local fare at one of the intriguing establishments you have seen along the way. You can even catch a free shuttle to City Market a few blocks to the north. It is a complex of several eateries, watering holes, galleries and shops that exude a vibrant sense of history.

Call Us to Book One-Bedroom Cheap Savannah Vacation Rentals

With so many things to see and do in Savannah, you could never squeeze them all into a single day. We offer Savannah weekly rentals for extended stays, so you can fully experience this exciting city. Call us to book your one-bedroom Savannah Georgia vacation homes today.

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