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 – adds up to a romantic and restful experience.
History meets boutique
A Savannah favorite, the Olde Pink House Restaurant serves up such specialties as Lump Crab Hush Puppies with Spicy Peach Rémoulade and Bourbon Molasses Grilled Pork Tenderloin.
On Reynolds Square and surrounded by Savannah’s Historic Landmark District, The Planters Inn is near Wright Square, the Forsyth Park Fountain, the Savannah College of Art and Design, and the city’s famous River Street.