Come Home to Our Elegant Savannah Inn
At Dresser Palmer House, we welcome you as a long-lost friend. We are here to ensure your stay is relaxing and comfortable, as you enjoy one of the lovely rooms in our 1876 mansion. Exceptional home-cooked food is only the beginning. We will do everything in our power to make your trip to Savannah memorable. We love giving personalized recommendations for everything Savannah, including helping you select and book restaurants and activities, accommodating your special food requests… or anything else that you need to make your stay in Savannah more enjoyable.
- Private chef for elegant meals, parties, and gatherings
- Full-service on-site catering, from courtyard barbecues to Sunday brunches
- City tours
- Massages, facials and other day spa services
- Tee times
- Dinner reservations
- Fishing guides/boat charters
- Hunting reservations
- Bike rentals
- Pedicab rentals
- Cleaning and Laundry services
Our beautiful Italianate Mansion offers Savannah visitors a historical alternative to the blandness of hotel lodging. Accommodations at our Savannah Inn evoke the casual laid-back comforts of a bygone era of Southern charm. Guests of our Savannah bed and breakfast may opt for a peaceful morning jog around Forsyth Park. Or perhaps you’d prefer a leisurely stroll through Savannah’s beautiful squares ending up at a Savannah favorite – Leopold’s Ice Cream. Dinner may be found just a sashay away at CuocoPazzo (The Crazy Chef) for a Southern Italian feast.
Enjoy Savannah’s Southern Historic Urban Lifestyle
Park your car and forget it’s here; wander the most romantic city in the South. Relax on the inn’s front garden gallery while enjoying our Savannah heritage garden, featuring indigenous plants from the 19th century. Affordable guestrooms feature modern comforts of southern food and convivial spaces, including front and rear veranda porches, guest parlor, back garden fountain, covered seating and fishpond.
The cozy suites at our Savannah inn include options such as private balconies, bubble tubs, and vintage window-doors leading outside. Wine and light appetizers are served nightly excluding Sunday, and every night you will treasure the delightful homemade dessert upon your return from imbibing in Savannah’s nightlife