Across from the shady oaks of an historic Savannah square – the Commons House of Assembly met here in 1770 – you’ll find the lantern-lit entrance to the Planters Inn. The Inn stands on the original site of the parsonage of John Wesley - the founder of Methodism. Inside, pretty, period-inspired furnishing – think four-posters and fresh flowers – is met with the kind of attention to guests only possible in an intimate, 60-room inn.
The comfort is in the details. Everything – from chintz curtains to the wrought-iron balconies overlooking Reynolds Square to the breakfast delivered to your room in the mornings (so you can stay in that four-poster bed a bit longer) – adds up to a romantic and restful experience.
History meets boutique
Swap stories about your day in Savannah with fellow travelers at the complimentary, late-afternoon Wine and Cheese Socials.
A Savannah favorite, The Olde Pink House serves up such specialties as Lump Crab Hush Puppies with Spicy Peach Remoulade and Bourbon Molasses Grilled Pork Tenderloin.