Concordia Inn (Bed & Breakfast) #785677
Savannah, Georgia, United States 31401
This owner occupied B&B is "Savannah glamour" head to toe. Just renovated, this home was also featured in Savannah Magazine in August 2016! Everything is high end and beautiful. The owner is a fashion professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design. The kitchen is decked out with modern finishes, the bathrooms are remodeled and sparkiling, the furniture is a beautiful mix of modern and antique with eye catching designer pieces throughout.
This historic downtown Victorian house is less than one block from "Elizabeth's on 37th" which is a well known fine dining establishment/destination. This neighborhood is the former site of Concordia Park, built in the late 1800's by German immigrants as a sort of permanent fairgrounds, full of entertainment options. Modern day nearby attractions include antique stores, a hair salon, an art studio and several boutiques.
Owner suite (by the kitchen) is closed off and separated from guest quarters for privacy. All 4 guest bedrooms are upstairs. At this time we do not typically book the rooms to unrelated parties during the same time period, however we can book the 4 rooms by special request to 4 individuals for $100 per room plus tax. Just ask for separate room invoices.
Bedroom 1: King
Bedroom 2: Queen
Bedroom 3: Queen
Bedroom 4: Twin + rollaway cot for person #8 which can be placed in any room.
This owner occupied B&B has business approval from City of Savannah zoning and required sales & hotel taxes are collected by Anderson VIP Concierge LLC.
Rates and Availability
|Weeknight||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Min Stay||Max Stay|
|Standard Rate||$250 / night||$499 / night||$1400 / week||N/A||2 nights||N/A|
|Special! Fill InSep 19 2016 - Sep 29 2016||$200 / night||$300 / night||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|MarathonNov 03 2016 - Nov 07 2016||$399 / night||$599 / night||$1900 / week||N/A||2 nights||N/A|
|St Patrick's DayMar 15 2018 - Mar 19 2018||$550 / night||$599 / night||$2200 / week||N/A||3 nights||N/A|
|March RateMar 21 2018 - Mar 22 2018||$350 / night||$350 / night||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Spring RateMar 23 2018 - Jun 05 2018||$299 / night||$399 / night||$1800 / week||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Specific Rate Details
Events and holidays may have higher rates
Inquire about booking one bedroom at at time, rates are based on total number of guests.
We really enjoyed our stay in Savannah. For this trip there were 7 adults. The house has three "real" bedrooms and one small room with a fold away bed. The upstairs has two full baths that are small, but fully functional with a small half bath down stairs. It would have been nice to have door locks on the bathrooms and bedrooms, but there were none. It has an nice kitchen with almost everything you would need to prepare a meal. We arrived to find half the fridge space already in use. For 7 folks planning to prepare breakfast and a few other meals it made it a challenge to store all our groceries. It would have also been nice to have an outside grill. If the owner was occupying the house, we never heard or seen them. If we had we would have invited them to our meals...It's just the right thing to do...good 'ole Southern hospitality. :) Even though Savannah has a "quite time" from 9pm till 7am or something like that...if you are a light sleeper carry some ear plugs. You will need them due to the road noise (sirens, loud cars, motorcycles etc). As for the house, from room to room it's pretty much sound proof so you only have to worry about external noises. All in all a nice place to stay and relax. Oh, one other fun fact...while there a film crew appears one morning and filmed a scene on the front porch as we watched from inside the house. It was interesting to see the process. How many folks can say, hey I was in that house when they filmed that scene?
Future guests may wish to know there actually are locks on the bedroom and bathroom doors, they are small pins by the knobs. We do leave some welcome breakfast food for each guest and the items in the full size refrigerator were meant for this guest to use so we are sorry to hear they found the items to be in the way. There will not be a barbecue here but this is in a fabulous city location surrounded by great restaurants like the The Vault and Elizabeth's on 37th.
This home was comfortable and beautifully decorated with a perfect mix of traditional and contemporary. We loved all of the original art adorning the walls and the fully updated kitchen. There's even a commercial ice maker installed under the counter. The beds were comfortable also. The house is centrally located so downtown and midtown Savsnnah are a quick drive. The Kroger grocery store was walking distance for us. The home is close enough to train tracks that you can hear the train whistling by at night, but it doesn't come thru often. I would recommend this house to anyone looking for spacious, stylish, centrally located lodging.
Thank you! This home has indeed been featured in more than one magazine including Savannah Magazine. It might be worth noting that the train has a set schedule and never passes through during the night technically but it does have a very early morning pass through at 6:30am, which can be heard by light sleepers from many homes in the downtown area, including both Victorian and Historic District areas of Savannah where many tourists stay. Our white noise machines are helpful so that some people can snooze right through that distant train noise but city life isn't entirely quiet and travelers often are more sensitive than residents who are accustomed to those sounds.
We could not have asked for a better location for our bachelorette party (or any group get-together). I am pretty sure this is the most beautifully decorated home I've ever been in. The owner has used a really cool combination of antique & modern finishes to create a stunning space. We also thought all the beds (including the cot) we very comfortable. We decided to walk to Back in the Day bakery for breakfast one day, and it was also truly amazing. I highly recommend doing that as a good way to see the neighborhood and try some great local food. The street parking was free and readily available - just be sure to read the street sweeping signs. Each of the nearby streets had different sweeping days, so it was easy to find one where we could park on the days we were in town right across the street from the house. We decided not to drive much at all in the busier part of downtown, because parking there was tough. Uber and Lift were both easy and cheap options. We also saw that there was a free bus near the house that we didn't take advantage of. We did hear the train blasting their horn mid-morning Saturday, so I guess if you're trying to sleep all day it would be a problem, but it didn't bother us. If I ever go back to Savannah, I will definitely stay here again.
Our house was wonderful, clean,& beautifully decorated. Interesting discussion pieces. I would definitely rent this house again and recommend it to anyone visiting Savannah. Conveniently located 5 min drive from historic district. Ice machine was great, ceiling fans and comfortable A/C temperature, never ran out of hot water for 8 people. The only thing is the traffic and train sound but had the sound machines in every bedroom.
We recently stayed here for a bachelorette weekend in Savannah and had the most amazing time! The house was even more beautiful in person, very stylish, modern with tons of southern charm! Many of the girls on our trip were old fashion majors and they really loved all the fashion design elements throughout the house. We honestly can't say enough about our stay and will definitely be returning! (Sidenote, the house is in walking distance to Forsyth park and just a short uber ride to the main shopping and dining areas. Like a $5 uber ride away :)
PROS: Beautiful home. Wonderfully decorated and furnished on the inside. New appliances. Plenty of space for a family of (7) adults. Great water pressure/bathroom utilities. Pretty "Vault" restaurant located nearby. Only a $5 UBER trip to downtown area. CONS: There is a very loud train that goes by in the morning (with constant horn blowing) which woke everyone in the house up. Kind of loud street traffic noise next to house (not too bad though). Also, didn't realize this was an OWNER OCCUPIED unit, meaning that the Owner is actually living there while you stay there. (Owner living area is behind two doors marked as "Private" on the first floor level, towards the back of the house.) We never saw the owner throughout the 4 day stay, but just wanted to call that out in case you hear water or talking on the bottom floor and get spooked thinking it's a ghost! :) Overall, FANTASTIC trip. I would highly recommend this house for families or adult (non-party) groups.
Thanks for the nice review! The phrase "owner occupied B&B" is and always has been in the very first line of our advertisement so it was a surprise to me to surprise this guest with that info when she asked who might be in the downstairs private suite :) The owner works and travels and therefore I handle the bookings for this gorgeous home on her behalf. We look forward to having this lovely group back next time. -Mary Anderson
We had a group of 6 women for a weekend getaway. The house is perfect, spacious, well stocked and welcoming. If you don't want to cook (although the kitchen is amazing), there are a couple restaurants within walking distance or it is very easy to take an Uber downtown or drive. There is road noise as mentioned in other reviews, but the owner has placed noise cancelling machines in every room or just bring ear plugs. I can't even remember how many times someone in my party said, "I love this house!" I would definitely rent it again.
This property could use some TLC on the outside but the house itself has been beautifully restored inside. The furnishings were great and everything was as advertised. The bedrooms and bathrooms were very clean and comfortable. We couldn't find any paper towels in the kitchen but that was no problem as there were plenty of napkins. My only warning for others would be to bring ear plugs because the house is situated on a busy road and there was quite a bit of vehicle and people traffic every night until around 3-4am. It might not be that bad during the week but it was pretty noisy on the weekend when we stayed. It wasn't a problem for me because I always carry ear plugs when I travel but it kept some others up both nights. Overall I loved this house and neighborhood and would definitely stay here again.
So glad this guest enjoyed this beautiful Victorian residence. This is a central area of town, hence it has a fairly constant number of cars driving by however all of downtown is busy so similar noise levels would be the experienced in many other historic homes. We provide white noise machines in each bedroom as a sleep aid for anyone who has noise concerns.
There were 7 women in our party staying at the beautiful Victorian home the Concordia. It was historic and beautifully decorated, yet has all the modern conveniences of home. The modern kitchen was great cook in and had plenty of cookware and serving ware. The house was spotless when we arrived and the internet always work great. All of the bedrooms have very comfortable mattresses, we all had a great night sleep and had NO problems with traffic noises or train. It was also great having 2 1/2 bathrooms so we could all get ready each day before we set out touring Savannah. There is a wonderful cafe/bakery "Back in the Day" that has the most Delicious bake goods and fresh coffee that is only 2 blocks away. Mary, who manages the house was very easy to work with. I would recommend having a car. All 7 of us ladies are in total agreement, if we have a chance to return to Savannah the Concordia is the place we will stay.
This is a beautiful house and I am so glad we stayed here. Carmela is an amazing decorator and her excitement about this neighborhood definitely rubbed off on us. She was a gracious hostess and made us feel so welcome.
I stayed at the Concordia and it’s both warm and unique. I’ve stayed in downtown Savannah before, but this property is a fantastic mix of chic and modern Victorian that doesn’t feel stuffy. It’s a little south of historic downtown, but there’s only so many times you can ride a trolley and drink cheap booze in the street. This time, I got to steep myself in a more hip flavor of SAV because the Starland district has new restaurants and interesting boutiques without being drenched in touristy kitsch. Don’t get me wrong, I like kitsch occasionally, but I wanted something more authentic. The property sits on a major street, so it feels like I’m in a real city. The house is spacious, gorgeous and THE ART inside this place is fab, and you’ve got access to new restaurants, shopping and galleries. I’ve read other reviews, and yeah you can hear some traffic, but unless you’re from the sticks, the noise is nominal. Bottom line- this is my new favorite stay in Savannah.
The Concordia House is a gorgeous historic restoration with a modern spin on Victoriana. We loved the vibe of the neighborhood. We walked down the street to the new restaurant, The Vault, a former bank turned into an Asian fusion restaurant. We walked to get fresh bread at the bakery on Bull Street and found some really great stuff at the Starlandia Art Supply store. The neighborhood is alive in transition and we didn't find people walking the streets with beer cups filled, this place is more about cool and up and coming. We stayed during the weekdays and found the sound of the street only in rush hours, it was very quiet at night and after the morning rush. This was no problem for us at all, we felt extremely safe and loved the people watching from the corner breakfast nook. The beds were reeeeeeeally comfy and the air was easily adjusted to our comfort level. We kept the ceiling fans going and slept well. We took Lyft everywhere now that they have this in Savannah. It's only 5 minutes from downtown and the park. The owner has great taste, the house is like a mini art gallery with illustrations, prints, maps and paintings throughout the house, very interesting indeed. We are looking forward to our next visit. The neighborhood continues to get more cool.There is a new Italian restaurant being built around the corner, we can't wait to just walk there and return to Concordia House again.
My family and I stayed at the Concordia House July 7-10. The house is AMAZING!! I love old homes with character and charm and this house definitely has it all! It is as neat as a pin and very comfortable. The only issue I had with the itself is that it was very warm downstairs and our room was freezing upstairs. Not a huge issue. Other things that made it not so good was the location. It's not the best area of Savannah. A house next door is derelict and many houses in the area are the same. At night there was a ton of traffic going by on the road and there were groups of people outside on the corner being extremely loud. We had to Uber wherever we went, which wasn't a huge deal, but I feel like we didn't get the full Savannah experience because we weren't downtown. But if you are looking to stay out of the way then this would be a good place for you. Just beware that the traffic is super loud.
This home is on the corner of Abercorn Street and 38th Street. This area is very central and convenient. Abercorn is a main route for locals to get from downtown to Ardsley Park and the mall. Most of us who live here drive by Concordia house nearly daily. As noted in the description this is not located in the Historic District but distances to the River, Forsyth Park, etc are all listed. City Market is merely 2.3 miles from here. This is a fabulous lodging option for those who want to be closer to downtown than the mall area hotels which are about 7 miles away from downtown. This home has also been featured in Savannah Magazine and its renovation won Historic Savannah Foundation's Preservation Award.
Our stay at the Concordia was terrific. We booked through Mary. Everything was handled as described. She always answered our text messages promptly and made some great recommendations for sightseeing also. The house was better than we expected. Furnishings were in great taste and great condition also. Being a small group of people it was ideal to share a common kitchen and dining area. I would recommend reading the handy house rules and information book provided. There were several excellent recommendations listed for local restaurants and sights close to or within walking distance of the house. Half the fun of our trip was coming "home" to the elegant and understated Concordia house. We will stay again in a heartbeat when the opportunity comes up.
Very nicely remodeled home which has taken advantage of the good bones of yesteryear's construction. High ceilings, roomy bedrooms and refurbished flooring makes for a comfortable stay for up to 6 adults and one more on a single bed. While set in the past, this remodel provides all the comforts of today. Direct TV / Wi-Fi / Modern Kitchen. We hope to come back some day.
Wer empfindlich auf Lärm reagiert sollte hier nicht schlafen wollen. Ansonsten ist es ein sehr schönes Haus mit super Küche. Wir hatten eine schöne Zeit. Kinder können einiges kaputt machen an der schönen Dekoration....also nur mit wohlerzogenen oder größeren Kindern ...
Upon reading the reviews, we weren't sure as what to expect. We have booked other properties through Mary before and she is AMAZING to work with, very professional in her job! We too were a little concerned with the area when we arrived. We knew we wouldn't be directly in the historic area, but after getting out and about a bit we realized we were in a very nice, safe area. Within walking distance to pubs, shops and restaurants and not at all too far from the historic area. The house is AMAZING! very tastefully decorated...and those beds, oh my...probably one of the most comfortable beds we have ever slept in. There were plenty of bath towels and toilet paper etc. also. We were concerned about the train, but in the 3 nights we slept there I was only woken once by it. The road noise is a little louder than I would have liked, but really wasn't something that bothered us. Probably the only negative I can write about is, there was no outside seating. A porch swing or a few chairs on the front porch would have been nice. Also, the 'fresh baked goods' offered in the morning turned out to be a basket of nutria grain bars, which was a little misleading for a bed and breakfast and the fact that half of the refrigerator and cabinets were full of the owners food was somewhat strange. However, looking past that, we would highly recommend this place to anyone. The affordability of the place for what you get is amazing for such a beautiful house. Thank-you!
Mary was so wonderful to work with and this house was phenomenal! The location was perfect - it was a cheap Uber ride to everywhere we went (I don't think we went over $6 for a single trip). The house was beautiful and fairly priced. We had the best girls weekend and would definitely come back and stay here again! I highly recommend. :)
Nice house for the money. Recently renovated ,nice furnishings,beds were comfortable and location was convenient to most attractions (mall,historical district,river street, dining, grocery store and bakery. Negatives-- located on busy street so there is lots of street noise plus the train track is less than 2 blocks away and the train horns blow around 5 a.m. We encountered some minor problems which were fixed in a timely manner, great customer service.
This house was great for a relaxing girls weekend! House was remodeled beautifully, so chic. It was a really short ride to downtown. We took Uber but did take a cab a few times and fares weren't bad. It was nice to be able to go downtown and shop, then come back to our own place. Coffee in the sunroom in the morning was a great way to wake up and there were tons of coffee table books to browse before heading out for the day. Definitely recommend Elizabeth's on 37th, awesome food and it's super convenient to walk there from the house. We loved it and will definitely be coming back!