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Sweetly reminiscent of the late 19th Century, at our bed and breakfast inn the pace slows, the mind rests. In this gentle family place you will discover the colorful essence of 'Savannah' and "amazingly friendly" innkeepers.  It's a place that invites you to be yourself ... casual, relaxed, and fully at ease. Discover the charm and elegance of this intimate bed and breakfast located on Gaston Street -- one of the most scenic streets in the Savannah historic district.

  • We are a Bed & Breakfast Inn built in 1888 for Tomlinson F. Johnson, manager of Savannah Theatre on Chippewa Square. 
  • We have 4 great rooms and 4 large suites, to make your stay comfortable.
  • We have 2 great porches with rocking chairs to sit out on.
  • Relax in our Garden Pool after a day of touring our Historic city.
  • Wake up to a full hot breakfast -- a time to socialize with other guestsin our dining room each morning.
  • We have tried to preserve the history of the past and filled our home with a number of antiques to give you the feel of the days gone by.
  • We are a family-friendly bed and breakfast inn. "The people were wonderful - so warm and friendly," says a BedandBreakfast.com review.
  • We are a pet-friendly bed and breakfast inn.

, About.com Bed and Breakfast Guide advises: "Every bed and breakfast is different, and not every inn's web site has all the details you need to make a truly informed decision. Don't be shy about asking questions of the innkeeper before making a reservation."

Certainly Ametheyst Inn at Sarah's Gardens is a unique bed and breakfast inn -- "Beautifully renovated rooms, great location-good service and great company," says one BedandBreakfast.com review.

Making their home on the garden level of the Inn, personal owner-innkeepers Rocky and Jane Reed host romantic couples, cultural travelers, Savannah groups, weddings.  Because of the growing popularity of families traveling with devoted family pets, Amethyst Inn is a pet-friendly and family-friendly inn, but there are restrictions and rules so that all guests can enjoy their inn stay.

Please ask any questions you may have.  Our bed and breakfast inn's FAQ section will grow over time as we post "Frequently Asked Questions," those posed by bed and breakfast travelers new to Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Gardens and tourists who are new to the joys of bed and breakfast travel.

1.  Why an historic Savannah Bed and Breakfast Inn instead of a Savannah hotel in the historic district?
The answer is to better engage and indulge yourself during your Savannah visit with the local character and local flavor from an up close and personal vantage point.   At Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden, our "Painted Lady" add even more local color in the true spirit of wonderful historic places in Savannah GA.  O. Henry writes of “A Little Local Colour”.

2. What is the decor at Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden?

From guest rooms and suites to common areas and our welcoming kitchen, Jane and Rockey Reed have selected antique and period furniture to honor the history of the 19th Century Victorian mansion, while making it modern in functionality and comfort.  

3. Is there a private bath for each guest room?
Yes, each suite and guest quarters has a private bath -- some with water jet tubs, some with shower tubs, and some with separate sink and bathing spaces for ultimate privacy. 

4. Are guest rooms suitable for an extended stay in Savannah?  
Two suites (Dahlia's suite and Hydrangea's 2-BR courtyard apartment) have kitchenettes, allowing for special snacks, unique privacy as well as a means to further economize your brief or extended stay in Savannah.