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About Eliza Thompson House
The Eliza Thompson House is a historic former residence built in the 1840s on Savannah’s famous Jones Street. The peaceful, adults-only bed and breakfast includes a brick-paved courtyard with a koi pond and unique antique touches.
Rooms include some of the original owners’ bedrooms as well as later additions; all individually decorated. Each unit includes air conditioning, a flat-screen HDTV and DVD player, free Wi-Fi and a safe. Other features vary depending on room type, for example separate living and sleeping areas, private balconies and views onto the courtyard or the street.
Guests of The Eliza Thompson House have free access to a computer and printer and there is seating in the charming courtyard where breakfast can be served and newspapers provided on request.
A continental breakfast as well as evening hors d’oeuvres, wine and desert in the parlour are complimentary to all guests.
Forsyth Park, the Savannah College of Art and Design and numerous restaurants, spas and historical sites are within a mile or two of the guesthouse.
5 West Jones Street, Savannah, GA, 31401, USA Telephone: +1(912)2363620 |
Fax: +1(912)2381920 |
WiFi in lobby
WiFi in the rooms
Free WiFi in lobby
PC with internet
WiFi in lobby
Bathroom with bathtub
Bathroom with shower
Free WiFi in the rooms
WiFi in the rooms
Arrival / Departure
Convenient and vibrant location
Jones Street has been described by some as 'Savannah's most beautiful street' and if you venture out just a little further you'll find yourself in the thick of Savannah's historic
district with it's well preserved old homes and gardens, views and walks along the river and plenty of shops and cafés. You can walk or hitch a ride on the hop-on hop-off trolley service.
Steeped in history and character
Although it has gone through a few changes and been expanded considerably, much of the original building of the Thompson family home survives today and is in use. The
architectural style alone adds an old charm to the experience, but the portraits of the original owners of the house and antique furniture add even more to the experience.
Complimentary wine and snacks a treat
Every evening in the parlour, wine and assorted food platters are on offer to guests, as well as tea, coffee and deserts later on. This is free of charge for guests of the
bed-and-breakfast and is a nice touch before or after heading out into the town for some dinner.
Only street vehicle parking available
Parking your car while staying at the guesthouse can get tricky as the only option is the metered curb-side parking spaces and only one side of the street may be used. The staff
are usually on hand to advise on this on arrival, however.
The rooms in some sections go up to three storeys high, however there is no elevator for guests to use, which given the age of the house is understandable. For those with limited
mobility or perhaps heavy luggage, calling ahead to request a room on a low floor may be necessary.
No on-site restaurant
There is a breakfast room and the courtyard where breakfast is served in the morning and the evening drinks and snacks, however no meals are prepared on site and there is no room
service. Several restaurants are a short walk away, however.