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This is not a hotel, but a beautiful house with separate apartments. We stayed in the apartment behind the large lovely house. In order to arrive at our apartment we walked through a magnificent garden. There are chairs outside so we could eat, talk, or...More
My wife and I stayed five nights in the Caroline apartment (first floor of the carriage house). Everything was very clean and nicely decorated, and Keith & Jim were great hosts. Since the house is a few blocks away from the touristy historic area, parking...More
This is a lovely house with four different rental apartments. We had the smaller one, the Turner Loft, and it was just perfect. It is at the top level and is just lovely and looks just like the photos. It is nice and roomy. Kitchen,...More
Response from Keith555, Owner at The Galloway House InnResponded 6 April 2018
That's so kind and thank you for taking the time to write such a nice review!
We really enjoyed staying here! The location is great, close enough to walk everywhere but far enough away that it stays quiet. We did uber to our ghost tour, it ran approximately $5 in each direction. The hosts have thought of everything you will need...More
Don't stay in a chain hotel! Immerse yourself in the Savannah lifestyle. We were greeted by Jim who gave us all the information we needed about the neighborhood and how best to enjoy Savannah. We stayed in the first floor carriage house. Jim and Keith...More
Response from Keith K. G | Property representative |
Is a deceptive comment! There are no trains anywhere near the house and the one train line through Savannah moves paint and pigment from a factory near the ports. There is no livestock industry in South East Georgia.