foley house inn and savannah, georgia

Well, we made it to our new place in Boston! We’re living in a high-rise and it’s hilarious to watch the dogs because they’re not used to this type of view. I already have my blogging desk set up (isn’t that the most important spot in any apartment?) and I completely agree with Malcolm and Ollie — the view doesn’t suck. Since B has the rest of the week off from work, we’ll be exploring the area and unpacking suitcases and boxes. Be sure to follow along on Instagram because I loooove oversharing.

On our drive up to Boston, we were able to make a few stops and the first one was in Savannah, Georgia. Scotland turned us into bigs fans of quaint bed and breakfasts so we made a reservation at the Foley House Inn. It’s supposedly one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah but sadly, we didn’t experience any run-ins with spirits during out stay. It was; however, gorgeous and in a convenient location.

Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia

The best part about our room was the four-poster bed and dramatic fireplace. When bed and breakfasts are comfortable and have a lot of character like the Foley House Inn, it’s sometimes difficult to want to leave and explore the area, but I’m happy to report that we did indeed get our lazy butts out of bed.

Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia

The bed and breakfast was dog-friendly and they greeted us on arrival with a bag of Three Dog Bakery dog treats. How did they know these are Malcolm’s favorite? ;)

Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia

The inn also had a complimentary happy hour with wine and hors-d’oeuvres from 6-7 every day and a wonderful breakfast was included in the rate.

Other than relaxing at the inn, our time in Savannah included a lot of coffee and food. Some of our favorite coffee shops were The Coffee Fox and The District Cafe & Eatery for cold brew coffee, and we made a stop at Leopold’s Ice Cream for strawberry milkshakes. Why didn’t I take more photos of this? Because I was probably drenched in sweat.

Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia

We had dinner at the Olde Pink House, which I highly recommend because their scallop and shrimp fettuccine is still on my mind, then the next day we had lunch at Six Pence Pub.

Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia

We spent a lot of time walking around River Street because there were events going on and a lot of shops to explore, and we loved that the city was so dog friendly.

Have you been to Savannah?


Filed Under: Georgia, Hotels, Travel38 Comments
  • Casey Aslan

    What a gorgeous four poster bed! Love all of your pictures!
    Scallop and shrimp fettuccine…YUM

  • Loop Looks

    My mom and I did a mother-daughter trip there a few summers ago. I loved it!

  • And So I Did

    I have always wanted to go, and I think J and I will make a trip there soon! I’m itching to see everything the city has to offer! :) I’ll definitely look up the B&B!

    I’m glad you’re settling in to your new place!

  • Laura Beth

    Okay this b&b looks amazing and a happy hour w/ wine … perfect!!

  • Jenn @ A Country Girl’s World

    Love love love Savannah! It is one of my favorite places ever. I went to visit my friend last summer while she was attending SCAD :) Leopolds is the best and I loved walking around River Street!

  • Casey Martin

    Gorgeous! Savannah is at the top of my list for US locations! Hoping to get there soon.

  • Diana @ from rags to northrich

    How pretty! I’ve heard great things about Savannah and I just have to visit soon! Following along on instagram now, I want to see that view from your high rise!

  • pretty little things

    these photos are lovely and that bed and breakfast looks amazing! xo

  • Lix Hewett

    Savannah wasn’t really on my radar before, but then I started using Pinterest and seeing GORGEOUS photos from Savannah on my feed, so now I’d really love to go there someday. :) Love the shots of your dogs!

  • Annie

    I’ve never been to Savannah but I would love to visit! Your photos are just beautiful.

  • Jodi

    So pretty! I love where you stayed and I love that it is dog friendly! I hope your place in Boston doesn’t end up being so bad. Let me know when you are ready to meet up for drinks and/or sightseeing!! :)

  • Victoria Clemons

    I have never been to GA but I do go to Boston often. Living in Maine, it becomes a really nice day trip. So much to do, so much to see, and oh my goodness the food is spectacular! I really hope you enjoy Boston, and come to maine this fall for the foliage – its stunning :)

    ~ Victoria

  • Fran

    ooh what a gorgeous room! I want that bed!

  • Sara Elizabeth

    Savannah is one of my favorite places! It’s a fairly easy drive from ATL so it makes for a good weekend getaway and not to mention best St. Patrick’s day celebration ever! Glad y’all enjoyed your time there!

  • Megan

    I grew up somewhat close to Savannah, but hadn’t gone back to visit for several years until this past Easter. It certainly is a beautiful city! We are actually planning a trip to Boston at sometime in the near future, so I can’t wait to read about your adventures in your new city!

  • Helene in Between

    Wow this is so pretty! That bed looks perfect!

  • KElizabeth

    Great pictures. So glad to have found your lovely little blog just now! I adore your pups, they are too cute!

    Kallie @ But First, Coffee

  • Kelly {Sparkles and Shoes}

    It is absolutely gorgeous, love these photos!

    Sparkles and Shoes

  • VintageLoveandPhotographs

    I lived there for 14 months before i was into photography…it would have been so much fun to live there and go out and take such beautiful photos.

  • Amanda @ Living in Another Language

    Lady, your a fantastic photographer. I LOVE all your photos! I miss southern charm! gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. As always. :)

  • Rachel

    WOW that bed and breakfast is GORGEOUS! I love an old building so full of character like that!

  • Tenns Reid

    Lovely photos! I used to live right outside of Savannah and I have to say I really enjoyed the historic feel of Savannah. It’s a great place to visit, especially while down South.

    Tenns @ New Mama Diaries

  • Shannon at Beginnings in Bayern

    Aww that’s my hometown! :) love your pictures

  • Marla Rogers

    SUCH beautiful photos! My favorite one is the second to last, the colors and editing are just gorgeous. And that bed looks divine. Way to make me want to visit Georgia :]

  • LuluG

    Lovely pics. What a beautiful building to live in!

  • Brittany Ruth

    Beautiful pics. I’ve heard great things about Savannah. I think my brother is moving there next year. There is a possibility I could end up there too.

  • lou

    My next trip has Savannah on the map! I haven’t booked any accommodation yet but I will most definitely look into the Foley House Inn, although the supernatural scares me to pieces so maybe not… but that bed sure looks amazing.

  • Robert Hill

    I may have to stop reading your blog soon; my list of places to visit is becoming unmanageable! Fantastic photographs (as always!).

  • Miranda

    I live in Savannah! Glad you enjoyed your stay!

  • Michael

    I was in Savannah a few years ago and absolutely fell in love with it. The Spanish Moss on the trees in the squares was one of my absolute favorite things. That city is FULL of history.

  • Alyssa

    What gorgeous pictures! I’ve always wanted to visit Savannah…I’ve heard amazing things. Good luck getting settled in your new place!

  • Stephanie

    This is soooo lovely!

  • Kayli Schattner

    Love the pictures!!! I went to GA but would love to go back and visit Savannah. I’ve heard such great things and it looks so charming!

  • the florkens

    That BED!! Oh my!! I’m going to need that in my dream home one day!


  • Nicole Giraud

    I love Savannah so much that I am moving back there 13 years after my parents moved me to Idaho. Savannah is so amazing!!!
    Nicole G.

  • Jen

    Savannah is one of my favorite cities. There is so much character and I could spend hours walking around and taking pictures of all of the different squares and beautiful homes and gardens. I have been there a few times, but only on day trips. I hope to go back again soon and spend a little time, so I will definitely have to check out the Foley Inn.

  • Alyssa Baker

    I love reading about all your travels! This looks like a beautiful place to stay and sounds like you really enjoyed your time there :-)

  • Katherine Hutchins

    I am from Georgia and absolutely LOVE Savannah! Because I have friends that attend school there, I visit periodically. You seemed to hit some of the best places Savannah has to offer on your visit. I am really looking forward to traveling out of the country though, and your blog is perfect inspiration! Thank you!