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Two-Bedroom Places to Stay in Historic Savannah GA

Our Two-bedroom Savannah rentals provide just the right amount of space for your family of four to six or your small party of friends. Whether you are planning to enjoy the citys rich history, the vibrant nightlife or a bit of both, properties from Southern Belle supply you with everything you need for a memorable holiday experience. We also offer Savannah weekly rentals, a cost-effective option if you have seven days or more to enjoy your stay. Trust us; if you're looking for the best places to stay near Savannah GA, you're in the right place!

The Premium Features of our Rentals

Two-story homes, loft apartments, easy-access ground level condos: whatever your preference, you will find a perfect fit among these places to stay in historic Savannah GA! If you are traveling as a family with small children, consider a home with both bedrooms and a bathroom on the second level. If your group consists of couples or singles, you may prefer a hip downtown loft that puts you squarely in the center of the action.

When you look over our available rentals, note that each property offers something striking and unique. Some Savannah Georgia vacation homes feature view balconies where your group can enjoy some cool drinks in the early evening. Some two-bedroom rentals have fireplaces reminiscent of these homes' historic backgrounds. Others boast spa-style master bathrooms straight out of a designer magazine.

All our best places to stay near Savannah GA feature fully equipped kitchens with range-ovens, refrigerators, microwaves and coffee makers. Most have dishwashers that make post-meal cleanup a breeze. Each property has enough cookware, tableware and glasses to supply your group of four to six. Linens, towels, and a washer and dryer are also included. You will soon realize that staying in self-contained Savannah vacation homes is a far richer experience than sleeping in motel rooms.

From rustic to the Ritz, our homes present you with a safe haven at the end of a fun but tiring day. Even better, most two-bedroom properties are only a few steps away from many of the attractions you will want to experience during your stay.

Attractions and Activities Near the Best Places to Stay near Savannah GA

An outing to Forsyth Park, founded in the mid-19th century, appeals to your sense of history with a replica of the Place de la Concorde fountain dating to 1858, the Confederate Memorial and the Spanish-American War Statue. Walking paths throughout the park invite you to meander among the lush foliage, stopping to photograph the Candler Oak tree, which has thrived for three centuries. A wading pool and playground will keep the children in your group happily occupied while you make the acquaintance of area residents and other guests staying at Savannah weekly rentals.

If you are in the mood to do some shopping and dining, head to City Market, a four-block open air marketplace in the northwest quadrant of the historic district. A popular destination for city residents and visitors alike, City Market offers a host of unique shops, restaurants, live music performances and other fun events. Your group can take a horse and carriage ride and drink in the charming ambiance of the area. You can also catch a trolley from City Market for a scenic tour of the nearby riverfront. Stop to shop and share a meal at the River Street complex, a group of renovated cotton warehouses that transports you back to bygone times.

If you are looking for Savannahs best-kept secret destinations, browse the Paris Market on West Broughton Street where curiosities include trophy heads and bug collections. The array of imported products includes virtually everything from shaving brushes to Eiffel Tower cookie cutters.

Browse the historic hat exhibit at the Mansion on Forsyth Park, one of the citys most gracious hotels. Including headwear from the 1860s to the 1960s, this unusual collection provides an alternative perspective on the past.

The Colonial Park Cemetery at Abercorn Street and East Oglethorpe Avenue also offers an alternative to more popular tourist destinations. The cemetery dates to the 18th century and contains the remains of many of Savannahs earliest settlers. It was also the site of early duels.

Learn one of Savannahs most heartbreaking legends at The Waving Girl Statue on River Street. For 44 years, Florence Martus, sister of the lighthouse keeper, greeted every ship sailing into the port of Savannah by waving a white handkerchief by day and a lantern by night. Ships would return her welcome with three blasts of their horns. Legend has it that Martus awaited the return of her sweetheart, who had sailed away one day, vowing to come back to her. She promised to keep vigil and be the first to welcome him upon his return. According to the story, however, she never saw him again.

Reserve The Best Places to Stay in Historic Savannah GA Today

The storied past of Savannah is filled with legends, historic lore and tales of the imagination. The citys present offers much to entertain visitors at Savannah Georgia vacation homes. Call Southern Belle today, and let our knowledgeable staff help you find the perfect two-bedroom vacation home for your group of four to six guests.

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