Divine beds, gourmet breakfasts, afternoon tea and lavish Savannah-themed interiors – at other Savannah bed-and-breakfasts and hotels, these might be goals. They’re givens, however, at the Ballastone Inn mansion. Confidently anticipate those, plus the less expected but equally welcome touches to elevate your Savannah experience.
Consider, for instance, the Ballastone’s private courtyard. Guests can enjoy Savannah’s lovely mornings (and our equally lovely breakfasts) in the peaceful courtyard that defines Savannah secret gardens. You don’t have to retreat to the far corners of the city to enjoy this privacy: the Ballastone offers seclusion in the midst of Savannah’s Historic District. A-list celebrity guests long ago discovered the inn was a private haven after a day on the film set.
We have permission to say that we’ll be welcoming historian and author Douglas Brinkley for the Savannah Book Festival, and playing host to German violin maestro Ulf Hoelscher, who will be in town to perform February 11, 2012, with the Savannah Philharmonic. Two of our lucky guests will take two prime seats at the Savannah Philharmonic performance featuring Hoelscher, courtesy of Ballastone Inn. We are so very proud to be a part of the cultural structure of Savannah.
Year around Ballastone Inn helps to live up to Savannah’s title as “the Hostess City” by treating all of our guests as celebrities. You can enjoy as much of our luxurious privacy as you’d like at Ballastone’ Inn’s historic mansion, distinguished with our AAA Four-Diamond hotel rating since 1997.
Speaking of privacy, our lips are sealed – but a film crew for a major network recently filmed inside Ballastone Inn’s AAA Four-Diamond mansion. Word is, it’s a romantic pilot, but more than that we cannot say.
Let us know when you’ll be arriving.Ballastone Inn 14 East Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA USA 31401 (912) 236-1484 | (800) 822-4553 | Fax (912) 236-4626 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.ballastone.com