Bed and Breakfasts in Savannah

The Ballastone Inn

The Ballastone Inn

Calhoun Square is one of the more interesting Squares in Savannah. If you visit Calhoun Square you'll see many HIstoric Homes and Buildings that sit on the Square.

What is under your feet may creep you out most of all. Calhoun Square is the location for an old cemetery. Whether this was a slave cemetery, as rumored, or a Potters Field, it is interesting none-the-less.

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Hamilton-Turner Inn

Hamilton-Turner Inn

Chatham Square is one of the out of the way Squares that not a lot of people, aside from locals, get to. This makes it a perfect place to go and relax after exploring Historic Savannah.

You won't find any monuments or statues in Chatham Square but you will find relaxing shade and beautiful live oak trees.

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Kehoe House

The Kehoe House

Chippewa Square is one of the most visited Squares in all of Savannah. Once you are there it will be easy to see why. Surrounding Chippewa Square are many Historic Buildings including the Savannah Theatre.

In the center of Chippewa Square you'll find the monument to General James Oglethorpe. And yes, Chippewa Square is the Square where Forrest Gump sat on the bench and waited for his bus.

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