“Beautifully restored, everything I needed!”

The Galloway House Inn is not an interpretation of Savannah history — it’s a part of Savannah history.

Built in 1895, the original owners, the Lester family, were immortalized in John Jakes Civil War novel “Savannah” and at the time were considered to be among the most prominent and wealthiest families in Georgia.

Today, guests enjoy one and two bedroom suites, each large enough for utter luxury, but intimate enough to feel like home. Furnished with period antiques, oil portraits and eclectic artifacts of local history, all coming together to create a unique pastiche of Savannah’s style and history.

The Remington Suite

main house 1st floor

2 bedroom – king and queen

2 bath – shower and tub

living room, dining room, sunroom, 2 bedrooms & kitchen – 1,587 sq. ft.

The Caroline Suite

carriage house 1st floor

1 bedroom – queen

1 bath – shower

living room, bedroom & kitchen – 600 sq. ft.

The Renwick Suite

carriage house 2nd floor

1 bedroom – king

1 bath – shower

living room, bedroom & kitchen – 675 sq.

The Turner Loft Suite

main house 3rd floor walk-up

1 bed area – queen

1 bath – shower

living area, sleeping area & kitchen. – 750 sq. ft.

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A brief history…

Today The Galloway House is our home and was built as a single family home in 1895. In 2005 and 2006 between 20 to 25 people worked a year and nine months to completely restore the main house and carriage house. Today the house is stronger, safer and more comfortable than the day it was built, so it should easily stand for another 120 years.