George Baldwin House Suite
Apartment suite in the George Baldwin mansion. This is for adventurous history lovers who seek an experience unlike a modern renovated home or new hotel room. This is not a luxury property in terms of interior finishes, it is very rustic. There is a Full size bed and a Twin bed. The apartment is mostly original but a few modern conveniences are yours, such as wifi access and a small TV with basic channels. The grocery store is 1 block away, Forsyth Park is 2 blocks away and Brockington Hall is next door. There are 2 flights of stairs to climb to this rental unit.
The George Baldwin House was constructed in 1887. Designed by architect William Gibbons Preston. This was the first commission for Preston who later went on to design many of the most famous and impressive Savannah landmarks such as the Cotton Exchange.
City of Savannah SVR-00514
Rates and Availability
|Weeknight||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Min Stay||Max Stay|
|Standard Rate||$90 / night||$125 / night||$700 / week||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|EventNov 01 2018 - Nov 05 2018||$125 / night||$159 / night||N/A||N/A||3 nights||N/A|
|St PatricksMar 14 2019 - Mar 17 2019||$150 / night||$199 / night||N/A||N/A||4 nights||N/A|
Raw Savannah Experience
I am so happy I choose this location from a fancy hotel stay! I loved the location walking distance to Forsyth Park, & Kroger market. Its a must if you want to have a raw Savannah experience, beauty is all around. Will definitely return .
Historic and Unique
Mary's place is so historic and unique--way better than staying in a commercial hotel! Easy check in and wonderful location--we walked everywhere. Definitely check it out if you are in town :)
Will definitely recommend to any friends who visit Savannah.
A charming apartment with the perfect location for someone who wants to explore Savannah by foot. There is even a grocery store and coffee shop just around the corner! Will definitely recommend to any friends who visit Savannah.
Cozy and Nostolgic
It was a wonderful experience ! We felt like we were in the 1800s . It was the perfect place to stay in Savannah ! The room was very cozy and nostalgic
5 star review from Airbnb
This is a great rental if you want to imagine how the wealthy lived at the start of the 20th century. It’s a grand old house and yes it’s showing a little age, (so would you at 150!) but it’s clean and has all modern amenities. Even my college age daughter enjoyed the stay. We had a few questions for Mary and she provided prompt responses. My only regret is that I couldn’t see the rest of the house. We would definitely rent it again. It’s within walking distance to most of the attractions in town. You might want to drive if going to the river walk. Kroger is literally next door and as a bonus has a Starbucks. The neighborhood is quiet and safe. We had a great time in Savannah.
Back in Time
The stately, imposing Queen Anne style mansion known as the George Baldwin House stands proudly at on Hall Street. Tucked in a corner of this rambling, mysterious 1880's home is the George Baldwin Suite. If you desire a trendy, chic unit, don't stay here. It's that simple. Mary can match your needs to another of her many locations. But if you want to take a step back in time, to the early days of the telephone, electric lights, and before automobiles, this suite may be ideal. It's perfect for one or two people as it has a twin bed separate from the spacious bedroom complete with poster bed with wonderful crocheted canopy, original or period furniture and art. The original radiators are still in place, and a beautiful painted wood screen stands in front of the fireplace. This home will envelop you at night, and the spirits who dwell here will watch over you. Please respect them for sharing their home. But if you choose to scoff, beware in the labyrinth of hallways and staircases. They're quite dim.