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This was a great location near the old downtown district. The food served for breakfast was excellent. Chuck and Wallace at the front desk had a wealth of information about touring and transportation for the area. This was truly a wonderful stay.
We returned to Foley House because of the great visit we had a year ago. Once again, we had a great stay. They welcome dogs. The afternoon baked treats, the wine and hor d'oeurves at 6 and the breakfast are superb. Great location for touring...More
We loved it here and would come back! Centrally located, wonderful breakfast and afternoon sweets. Friendly staff and helpful especially Christopher who went out of his way several times to help. Clean and decorated nice hated to leave after 3 nights. We didn’t have a...More
Needless to say, after 20 visits we love staying at the Foley House Inn and so enjoy the personalized service and overall charm of the place. It is a bit quirky in wonderful ways which adds to it's charm and run more like a boutique...More
It was great....
We had dirty baseboards in our room and h housekeeping immediately took care of all the details..
We were very happy
Very relaxing and accommodating and absolutely attractive....
We plan to go back
Response from foleyinnowner | Property representative |
No, Savannah has on-street parking. We sell 2-day parking passes issued by the city that allow you to park at any meter. The 2-day pass is 14 dollars. Parking is free on the weekends. Normally guests have no trouble parking... More
No, Savannah has on-street parking. We sell 2-day parking passes issued by the city that allow you to park at any meter. The 2-day pass is 14 dollars. Parking is free on the weekends. Normally guests have no trouble parking within 1 block of the Inn. If you have any other questions, please call our front desk at 800-647-3708. Thank you
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"Stairs are long and steep. If you're not up for that, be sure to choose a lower floor. All rooms quiet."