Savannah, Georgia, is a wonderful destination for foodies, history lovers, and even those fascinated by the paranormal. On your trip, one of the best ways to stay near the hustle and bustle while also keeping costs low is to rent an Airbnb! For this reason, we’ll cover the 20 best Airbnbs in Savannah in this article. The majority of these vacation rentals are located in Savannah’s Historic District, where you’ll be within walking distance to all of the main attractions. Don’t miss highlights like River Street, Bonaventure Cemetery, Forsyth Park, or Leopold’s Ice Cream during your visit!
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Bright and Sophisticated Home in Historic District
With a prime location in the Historic District, it’s easy to see why this home is one of the most popular vacation rentals in Savannah. Plus, the playful and funky decor adds an extra special touch! This Airbnb features two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, living room, and even a cute outdoor space. Additionally, each room has a comfy king-sized bed, making this Airbnb ideal for a couples’ trip to Savannah. If you’d like to be near all of Savannah’s most popular sites while also staying in a quiet neighborhood, this vibrant and sophisticated home is for you!
Savor the Romance of a Colorful, Historic Carriage House
This gem of an Airbnb is tucked away in the Historic District, just around the corner from Savannah’s most beautiful street: Jones Street. In fact, guests rave that the location is so central that they barely had to use a car during their stay. In addition to the bedroom, bathroom, living room, and full kitchen, this home also features an outdoor patio and an upstairs balcony. However, that’s not all! Besides its position in an excellent neighborhood, this Airbnb also has some of the cutest and trendiest decor. It’s a great option for couples looking to explore Savannah on foot and make the most out of a weekend in the city.
Perfectly Renovated Historic Downtown Home
This newly renovated home in Downtown Savannah is an excellent combination of old and new. In fact, it includes everything you need for a clean and comfortable stay while also maintaining some of the historical elements of an 1860s townhouse. For example, you’ll find preserved rafters, flooring, and ceiling in this two-story, two-bedroom accommodation. The adorable balcony overlooking the street view is another nice touch. Moreover, this Savannah Airbnb offers an important and sought-after amenity: a designated guest parking spot! With this in mind, you won’t have to spend any time looking for parking along the street. It’s a great fit for a group of four!
Vintage Carriage House on Chatham Square
This guesthouse is actually a remodeled Carriage House near Chatham Square in Savannah’s Historic District and just down the street from Forsyth Park. The home includes one bedroom with a king-sized Tuft & Needle memory foam mattress and one bathroom with super-plush towels and Shampoo, Conditioner, and Body Wash by Public Goods. Additionally, this Airbnb is Google Home equipped and features smart TVs in the bedroom and living area. Besides the basic cookware, you can also find a Moccamaster coffee maker in the kitchen. Guests recommend making a cup of specialty coffee and sitting out on the cute side porch.
Stylish Carriage House in the Historic District
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom Carriage House was originally built in 1850 and then was later renovated by its owner into a trendy Airbnb. Charming details include the original hardwood floors, decorative fireplaces, and a new marble bathroom. Guests love the perfect location of this Airbnb in the heart of the Historic Downtown District, as well as all the natural light that the Carriage House receives. Wake up in the morning and enjoy a coffee while lounging in the gorgeous courtyard garden! Note that parking is not included but that paid parking is easy to find. Especially since this home is within walking distance to almost everything, you may not even need your car on a daily basis.
Downtown Riverfront Condo With Industrial Accents
The Downtown Riverfront Condo is situated in a building from around 1840 and is seconds from the famous River Street. It includes two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, a fully-stocked kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and even a private laundry room. Therefore, this space is perfect for two couples or a small family! Additionally, it’s decorated with industrial accents, like soaring ceilings and old gray-brick walls, which mix with some of the original artifacts. Guests love the view from the windows, where you can watch ships pass by on the river. Your stay at this condo also includes a very convenient parking space on the premises!
Laura’s Cottage, Redford film spot, historic
Laura’s Cottage is a historic guest house, built in 1799, tucked in a prime location in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District. Famous attractions, such as the Olde Pink House, River Street, Leopold’s Ice Cream, and can’t-miss house museums, are all within walking distance. This home includes super convenient parking and is just one block from the Savannah trolley tour stop. One fun fact about Laura’s Cottage is that it was used in Robert Redford’s film The Conspirator. This Airbnb also features antique furniture and carpets, a kitchen and laundry space, and a bedroom with a queen-sized bed and an ensuite bathroom. Plus, you’ll find a guest book with tales of spooky experiences!
Great Style & Comfort at Ellis Square Place in City Market
This studio-style condo is situated in Ellis Square Place, a 100-year-old warehouse space. Although the layout is open, this Airbnb feels much bigger than your average studio due to its high ceilings and tall windows. Plus, you can’t beat its location, with the most popular sights within a 10-minute walking radius. Ellis Square Place is also a block from The Lady and Sons, Paula Deen’s restaurant, and three blocks from the river. Since this Airbnb sits among the hustle and bustle of downtown Savannah, you can expect to hear some street noise during your stay. However, guests agree the prime location is worth the tradeoff and that the comfortable bed, sound machine, and earplugs provided by the hosts help with the noise.
Hidden Speakeasy Style Penthouse on Broughton
This speakeasy-style penthouse condo was originally the mechanical room of an 1800s department store. Although the building itself is older, this Airbnb is contemporary, with everything you need for a perfect stay in Savannah. Plus, due to its top-floor location, you can watch freight ships as they pass under the Talmadge Bridge from your window. With two bedrooms and one bathroom, this condo is ideal for a small family or a group of friends. Since you’ll be within walking distance to most attractions, you can park your car in the nearby parking garage and not worry about driving. Past guests mention that the beds are extremely comfortable, which is wonderful after a long day of exploring the sights!
Mirabelle Building Across from St John’s Cathedral
The Mirabelle Building sits directly across from The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist and next to Lafayette Square. Inside, you’ll find the Mirabelle Café on the first floor, with a delicious offering of breakfast pastries, gourmet waffles, and specialty coffees, and then four individual suites on the second and third floors. You can find each of these suites available to rent below:
This top-floor suite in the Mirabelle Building is appropriately called “The Pearl”. The highlight of this charming Airbnb is its huge, spa-style bathroom with a soaker tub. Additionally, it includes a bedroom with a king-sized bed and a light kitchenette. Remember that guests receive 10% off at the waffle and coffee shop below!
The Rosemary Suite includes a bedroom with a queen-sized bed, an en suite bathroom, and a living room with a smart TV and sofa bed. Guests particularly love that this room offers a stunning view of the Cathedral and that it has a working, preserved fireplace to remind you of the Mirabelle’s history.
The Waverly Suite is located on the Mirabelle Building’s second floor and features a bedroom with a queen-sized bed, an attached bathroom, and a living room. This Airbnb can sleep up to four individuals if you use the sofa bed.
The Leland Suite is also on the second floor of the Mirabelle Building. You can expect bright interiors in its one bedroom, one bathroom, and living room. Furthermore, guests mention that this Airbnb’s location and special details make it an excellent spot for a girl’s weekend in Savannah.
If you’re traveling to Savannah for an event or as a group, you can also rent the entire Mirabelle Building here. This rental includes all four suites mentioned above, which can sleep up to 12 guests. Renting out the Mirabelle would be an ideal option for wedding parties as one room is designed as a honeymoon suite, while the other three feature living rooms with sleeper sofas for extra guests.
Rosé All Day — The Pinkest Home In Savannah!
If you’re looking for an instagrammable stay in Savannah, you definitely want to book Rosé All Day. In fact, Narcity.com even referred to this Airbnb as a “Barbie Dream House”! Especially if you’re visiting Savannah for a bachelorette trip, this newly renovated two-bedroom, one-bathroom first-floor condo is the perfect place to stay. This adorably pink Victorian home can sleep up to six people and is just steps from Forsyth Park. The first bedroom has a king-sized bed and a make-up vanity, while the second bedroom features a king bed and has a twin bed with a second trundled twin bed underneath. Now all you need to do is grab your favorite girlfriends and your most insta-worthy outfits!
Hip Victorian 2 blocks Forsyth Park 4 beds
This precious Victorian home features three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms and can sleep up to eight guests. One of the major highlights of this Airbnb is its secret Harry Potter-themed room, which is a smashing hit with kids and bachelorette parties. As far as location, you’ll find the Nest at the edge of the Historic District. Therefore, you’ll be close to all of the sights while staying in a quieter neighborhood. The free on-site parking is another big plus, as well as the beautiful West Elm decor!
Modern Getaway in 1891 Victorian Off Forsyth
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is located on the third story of a Victorian house dating back to 1891. It features special touches like a comfy green velvet couch, a statement fireplace with exposed brickwork, and even high ceilings and bay windows. Furthermore, this Airbnb is less than half a block from Forsyth Park, where you can find a Farmer’s Market every Saturday. Additionally, it only takes about 15 minutes to walk from the apartment to downtown Savannah. Guests love having restaurants and coffee shops within walking distance as well as the convenient parking spots in front of the unit. Just be aware that this Airbnb is on the third floor, so be prepared to carry your luggage up!
Inner Sanctuary at Sanctuary Place
The Inner Sanctuary at Sanctuary Place is undoubtedly one of the coolest historic properties in Savannah. The building was originally constructed in 1889 as St Paul’s Episcopal Church and was continuously used as a church until it fell into disrepair in the early 2000s. The restoration work on this loft was completed in 2008–the same year that Sanctuary Place won the Savannah Historic Preservation award. The loft is three levels with two bedrooms, a convertible sofa, two and a half bathrooms, and a well-equipped kitchen. In total, this Airbnb can sleep up to six people! Moreover, it sits just two blocks from Forsyth Park and is close to all sorts of local coffee shops.
Hotel Comfy. Ace Location. Instaworthy Decor.
This apartment is in the heart of Savannah’s Victorian District, near Forsyth Park and noteworthy local coffee shops. If you’re looking to stay in a quiet neighborhood while also being within walking distance to the main attractions, this Airbnb is a great fit for you. With two bedrooms and one bathroom, the set up is ideal for two couples traveling together. Moreover, this home includes other essentials like pots, pans, glasses, towels, shampoo, and conditioner. There’s also a shared patio area! Guests state that this Airbnb is an incredible deal for the price per night.
Victoria House—Turn-Of-The-Century Home Across From Park
The beautifully decorated Victoria House is nestled in an attractive neighborhood in Savannah, right next to a library, and close to Forsyth Park. It features two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, a well-stocked kitchen, and updated bathrooms. Additionally, you can tell that the seating areas in this Airbnb are well thought out and curated tastefully. For example, there are tons of cozy spaces, like the front porch, living room, dining room, where you can spend time as a group. The stroll from Victoria House to the city center is so picturesque that it feels a lot shorter than it is!
Cabin Apartment in 1914 Carriage House Revision
This artful cabin apartment sits behind a 1914 colonial revival house. It features an open set up, with a galley kitchen, living room area, a bedroom with a queen-sized bed on an iron frame, a bathroom, a small dining area, and a patio. Plus, the extra-long clawfoot tub is definitely a guest favorite! This Airbnb is thoughtfully arranged and decorated, including floor to ceiling windows, which allow for lots of natural light and a gorgeous view of the garden. Moreover, it’s located in the Thomas Square neighborhood, a quiet area in Savannah known for its fantastic restaurants and shops. Guests also mention that the designated parking spot is a huge plus!
Historic Thomas Streetcar Victorian
With this listing, you’ll be staying on the parlor floor level of a lovingly restored 1920 Victorian home. Located in the up-and-coming Thomas Streetcar Historic District, this Airbnb is just down the road from Savannah’s Starland District. Additionally, it’s about a fifteen-minute walk from the house to Forsyth Park and a seven-minute drive to the heart of the Savannah Historic District. This home features three spacious bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, kitchen amenities for cooking, and two furnished porches. Furthermore, the parking is straightforward, and this Airbnb offers plenty of space for up to eight guests.
Diamond Oaks Treehouse Skylight Suite
If you’re looking for a unique place to stay in Savannah, why not sleep in a treehouse? The Diamond Oaks Treehouse Skylight Suite is an attic conversion with a comfortable pillow-top queen-sized bed, a porch, and a triangle of picture windows. The coolest part of booking this suite is that you receive priority access to the open-air treehouse. If you choose to do so, you can also sleep in the bed in the treehouse! This Airbnb is located in a historic fishing village in Savannah, just down the road from the famous Bonaventure Cemetery.
Diamond Oaks Glam Camp-The Silver Meteor
The Silver Meteor camper is located at Diamond Oaks Glam Camp, a high-end glamping paradise just minutes away from Savannah’s Historic District. This Airbnb includes a fully remodeled kitchenette, comfy bedding, artsy decor, a 32-inch TV, and even wifi. Outside the camper, you’ll find a porch swing, hammock, fire pit, porch bistro set, and a hanging chair. There are also two onsite bathrooms, an outdoor shower with hot water, a horseshoe pit, a corn hole set, and five miles of nature trails. It’s also a short drive away from Tybee Island!