St. Patrick’s Day is Savannah, Georgia’s, largest annual celebration. Close to 400,000 revelers line up to watch the city’s green parade on March 17th. Lucky shamrocks, little leprechauns and jewel-clad revelers spread chaos and cheer.
Other green activities that weekend include St. Patrick’s Day Mass at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. Patrick’s Celebration on the River and the St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at Savannah City Market, among the many events at local pubs, shops and galleries.
Here are just a few Savannah bed and breakfasts near all the action:
The Presidents’ Quarters Inn. If you want front-and-center placement, check in to The Presidents’ Quarters Inn. The Savannah B&B touts itself as an A-list parade route viewing location on March 17th that overlooks Oglethorpe Square in the historic district. The inn features two adjoined 1855 mansions with spacious rooms, modern amenities and old world elegance. Each one-of-a-kind guest quarters is named to honor a U.S. President who visited Savannah during his presidency. The inn’s three-day package allows ample time to tour the historic city and mingle amongst revelers.
Hamilton Turner Inn. This grand 1873 bed and breakfast mansion offers guests grand suites, private entrances, spacious rooms, and a gourmet southern breakfast each morning. Nestled on Lafayette Square, the inn is located in the heart of Savannah Georgia’s historic district and is on the parade route. Complimentary early evening wine and hors d’oeuvres and bedtime turndown service with port and sweets are included in each stay. The inn, restored in 1998, still features antiques from the Empire, Eastlake, and Renaissance Revival, and is one of the finest examples of the Second French Empire in the United States.
The Marshall House. If you’re looking to burn off your Baileys and Irish fare next day, you’ll want to reserve a room at The Marshall House. With 65-rooms and three-suites, this luxury property offers complimentary access to the Downtown Athletic Club. Built in 1851, The Marshall House is a pot of gold for history buffs. Built as the first hotel in Savannah, Marshall house was once a hospital for soldiers during the Civil War. It later became the home of author, Joel Chandler Harris, of the famous Uncle Remus stories. By 1956, the hotel had closed and only the first floor was used for businesses. In 1999 it underwent a $12 million restoration to secure its current spot, near the St. Patrick’s Day parade route.
These are just a few of the Savannah bed and breakfasts near the St. Patrick’s Day parade route but there are many more Savannah inns that are just as festive. To narrow your search by amenity, accommodation, activity or attraction, use BnBFinder’s advanced search feature.