Guest Reviews

"Marshall House Experience"

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Elegant, charming inn with a lot of history. Complimentary breakfast in the morning and wine & cheese reception in the evening. Centrally located downtown within walking distance to River Street and other interesting sites.

Reviewed by Haagens on 2/10/15 via TripAdvisor

"Very Nice"

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful bed and breakfast. Very nice complimentary breakfast in the morning and wine reception in the evening. Front desk staff very friendly.   Enjoyed the antique touches, high ceilings, hardwood floors.

Reviewed by Amber on 2/05/2015 via TripAdvisor

“What a pleasure”

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

My wife and I enjoy short trips to historic cities. It had been a few years since we had visited Savannah and wanted to stop over again on our way to Florida from West Virginia. We did a little research on the Internet deciding on a central location that we could leave our car parked and see the city on foot. The Marshall House was a great choice with a lot of ambiance, a very friendly and helpful staff and located in the middle of the sites we were most interested in. We highly recommend The Marshall House.

Reviewed by Michael P on 1/23/2015 via Trip Advisor

“Old Hotel, nice stay”

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

We picked this hotel due to the location within the historic district. The rooms are comfortable and we didn't hear any street traffic. It is supposed to be haunted, but we sleep like a baby. I would stay here again.

Reviewed by Bill C on 1/22/2015 via Trip Advisor

“Lovely stay @ Marshall House”

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

This is a lovely, centrally located hotel in the historic area of Savannah. The hotel is old but is in excellent condition and the rooms are comfortable. We had a very nice stay and the complimentary breakfast good.

Reviewed by Cloichin on 1/21/2015 via Trip Advisor

From a Local

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

"As a local Savannah resident, it is an easy call to put visiting guests at the Marshall House. In fact if we are having an event with out of town guests, it makes an amazing central point for explore the city. I would categorize it as an historic boutique hotel. My favorite personal room is any one that opens onto the balcony. You have to climb through the window to go out, as early on buildings were taxed by the number of doors. So eclectic like Savannah!"

Reviewed by Mari Carswell on December 2014 via Google+