Charming Italianate historic townhouse located in the heart of Savannah's historic district. The 3-story Jones Street residence has been meticulously restored and lavishly updated with many high end amentities.<br><br>
The truly delightful 1880's Garden level has a sitting area, two spacious bedrooms, one full bath, decorative fireplaces, and heart pine floors throughout. A quaint kitchenette is available with small fridge, toaster and microwave. Bernhardt furnishings out of Hickory, North Carolina, Kohler fixtures and pink marble adorn the apartment.<br><br>
Elegant wrap a...round Courtyard features two Lion Head fountains, one of which is the centerpiece of a towering ivy draped wall.<br><br>
Soak up the ambiance in this perfect outdoor space if planning an intimate wedding reception or cocktail party al fresco on your next family get-together.<br><br>
Create your very own personalized Historic Savannah experience in this ideal residence designed to maximize historic district living in Downtown Savannah's Landmark Historic District.<br><br>
Please note that a longer nightly minimum may be required during peak season dates, holidays or special events.<br><br>
Additional amenities include: dining room seats: 4, bedding bed 1: king, tables/chairs: table with 4 chairs, addtl bedding bed 2: day bed, bedding bed 2: queen, number bathrooms: 1, central air/heat, children under 12 accepted, network name: eastjones, ilink: ilink inquery, fireplace: decorative only, linens bed 2, linens bed 1, wifi code: 410eastjones, number of floors: 1, coffee maker, dishes/utensils provided, courtyard: shared, lockbox: 2476, towels provided bath 1, sleep cap: 5, bedrooms: 2, kitchen: kitchenette.Read more
Left on 08/15/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | Paula Vowell
My husband and I took our 2 grown children and had a great time! Saw a concert while we were there and spent a lot of time on the Riverwalk. Everything we wanted to see was within walking distance. The house was awesome and we loved the private courtyard! Months later we still talk about what a great time we had and would love to go back! only regret is that we couldn't stay longer...so much to see
Perfect escape in a comfortable home on a beautiful street
Left on 01/10/2012 for a stay in December 2011 | Florida Visitors
We enjoyed our stay very much. The home was well kept and on a quiet street. But there were some things that could have made the stay more pleasant. We arrived late at night and the entrance was not lit which made it very difficult to open the lock box. If we had not had a lighter we would not have been able to get in. Another disappointment was that the freezer portion of the fridge was in need of defrosting as closing the fridge door completely was impossible without removing shelves from inside the door. An operable freezer, with ice cube trays, would have been a nice amenity. An ice bucket could have sufficed. The courtyard fountains were not functioning and to operate the gas grill, it is necessary to locate a connection that would have been easier to find with instructions. Housekeeping could have made our stay more enjoyable by unloading the dishwasher before our arrival, making sure enough batteries were installed in TV remotes and that night lights were functioning. Had there been a little more care taken before our arrival, we would have rated our experience excellent.
Left on 10/27/2011 for a stay in October 2011 | Barnes-Berry family
The property is beautiful, the courtyard charming, and the location lovely. A fuller kitchen would be nice, but the partial one served us well. This was a comfortable and luxurious location for us during our family wedding weekend with events in nearby Whitefield Square and Brockington Hall.
Great location for a relaxing and enjoyable getaway.
Left on 09/06/2010 for a stay in July 2010 | Libby
Myself and my friends so enjoyed staying on the most beautiful street in america! The accomodations were lovely. The inside was comfortable and clean. The outside garden was a wonderful place to sit, talk and sip Georgian wine.
Our only complaint may be that the towels seemed old and had a bit of a musty odor. At times, we could hear the residents above, but I can see that would actually be great if one were renting out the entire house for a large gathering.
Overall, a wonderful and enoyable place to be! I believe we will be returning to Savannah soon with more people in tow and maybe returning to this very townhouse! Read more
This privately held townhouse can be rented by the garden level or the parlor level or the entire home as they can be kept separate from each other. The owners are due to come back in soon and will doubtless be restocking with new towels.
410 E Jones Street, Groundfloor Apartment with Garden
Left on 05/13/2010 for a stay in April 2010 | Gibson Family
The house is lovely in beautiful Jones Street, and walking distance to everything downtown, and some very good local restaurants. Having the groundfloor apartment meant we had sole use of the courtyard garden at the back of the property which was wonderful privacy to enjoy the fantastic weather. The interior of the apartment is tastefully and characterfully furnished with good quality appliances and very comfortable good-sized beds. The location and apartment was perfect for our family of four to explore Savannah. The representative for Savannah Getaways, Pat Cook, who looked after the house was superb help and extremely friendly.
Left on 05/31/2008 for a stay in May 2008 | From Michigan
Savannah is a wonder city with very friendly people. The homes along Jones Street, where this home is located, are beautiful. This home was clean, and had some nice amenities, however, I would not rent here again for the following reasons.
You must park on the street at this home. I knew this before I rented but was not aware how crowded the street would be. Furthermore, I was not aware that Jones street parking is limited on weekends to allow for street cleaning. Consequently parking along Jones street is restricted after midnight - one side on Saturday and the other on Sunday reducing the already crowded conditions by fifty percent. Luckily, I had a small car which was easy to parallel park but I was always concerned I'd end up parking two blocks away.
One of the selling points was the access to the private garden with fountains which sounded great until we arrived and found there was no garden furniture and one of the fountains didn't work. The non working fountain had stagnant water in it which was breeding mosquitoes. When we called the manager about this she recommended we pull the kitchen furniture outside but that was an inconvenience and the kitchen chairs were not the kind you could sit on to relax outside. Supposedly, the owners are purchasing some furniture for the garden area. They knew the fountain didn't work and sent someone over the next day to drop insect pellets in the water.
One of the reasons we typically rent a house is to have the ability to cook our own meals. The kitchen, however, had no stove; only a microwave oven and a small toaster/broiler which are not the best facilities for cooking a full meal. There was a grill in the garden but it had not been cleaned and I could not get the burner lit. I tried a couple of times but stopped because of safety concerns.
My first shower was a cold one because the water control is backwards on the shower valve. This is a minor issue, but lack of attention to detail.
We regretted accepting the fact that there was no Internet access when other rentals offered this.
This rental in a nice location but the owners need to address some of these issues. For the money, I think we would have been better off in a different location. Read more
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