My family and I had a great time on our Savannah holiday. The townhouse was very spacious, with the luxury of en suite bathrooms in both bedrooms. There is also a half bath, downstairs. We loved the location, as it was within a mile of nearly everywhere we wanted to go in town. As such, we were able to walk, which is a great way to see Savannah. However, for anyone who is not as mobile, or who just doesn't like to walk, the free shuttle is just two blocks away and runs from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Robert, the owner, was very helpful and accessible. When we arrived, he gave us a mini "orientation" to Savannah, with some Savannah history and recommendations for restaurants and sightseeing.
There were a few downsides to the townhouse, however, that I should mention. First, it was colder than usual in Savannah, so we needed to run the heater. The problem was that heat rises and, with the high ceilings in the townhouse, there was a major difference in temperature from downstairs to upstairs. So, if it was comfortable downstairs, it was stifling upstairs. If it was comfortable upstairs, it was very chilly downstairs. We turned the thermostat to 68 during the day, then turned it down to 60 about an hour before bedtime. that worked well for us.
Second, the oven was very small and odd. It looks normal in the pictures, but I believe it's actually a combination standard oven/convection oven. We made baked ziti for Christmas dinner, so the casserole dish fit fine. However, if we had wanted to make a turkey, we'd have been out of luck. (I'm not sure we could have even made a small chicken.)
Third, there is no cable/satellite TV. The TV uses a digital air antenna. It does get a few of the major networks, but also several oddball channels that I've never heard of before. We're not big TV watchers, but for anyone who is, that might be a consideration.
All in all, the good outweighed the not-as-good and I'm glad that we rented this townhouse.