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Savannah is an exciting city full of gorgeous boutique hotels and inns, which are worth the price, but still at times unaffordable. The Airbnb scene is diverse with a variety of price options. We’ve rounded up some equally awesome selections that all are in different price spectrums. So if you are gearing up to head to Georgia’s historically rich coast, these are the best Airbnbs for every budget.
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Probably the coolest attic you’ll ever step foot in, the suite has multi-hued wood planks lining the ceiling, which also is fixed with several skylights for viewing the clouds and native oaks. Set amongst a fishing nook, guests can get a pound of shrimp for five bucks to bring back and toss on the grill. The host graciously offers kayaks, bikes and even an open-air treehouse for optional sleeping space.
This old Savannah home rightfully sits on the high side of Airbnb Plus properties in the area. Having been beautifully restored, it’s still not over the top and reflects its age and time period seamlessly. Relax on the porch with some sweet tea, snuggle in a four-poster bed or enjoy cooking a meal is the cheery kitchen.
Bright red accents, including a fire engine hued fireplace, patterned wallpaper, bold rugs and modern furniture have turned the 100-year-old apartment in Savannah’s Historic District into a trendy haven near Forsyth Park.
The cozy factor is off the charts at this 18th-century wooden cottage in the Landmark District. The location is incredibly rich with history and quaint features, which are further enhanced with horse-drawn carriages and native foliage. With such a unique past and perfect preservation, the abode is the perfect home base in Savannah.
Built in the 1920s, this duplex has been renovated and refined, creating an affordable place to stay in the Arts District. This straightforward, classically adorned dwelling is also an Airbnb Plus, above and beyond meeting expectations. Old wood floors and trim are still intact, but the addition of lovely new tiles and fixtures truly round it all out.
Painted brick walls, winding stairs, wood accents and a small but efficient kitchen reside in this dreamy carriage house conversion. Despite being polished and updated, with Plus status, it is still affordable. Add in the fact that you have a precious courtyard to relax in at night, and this might be one of the most perfect Savannah stays.
Built as a church in the 1800s, stained glass windows, rich wood floors and an overall open concept make this a one-of-a-kind stay. The coolest part about the structure is the tri-level loft, ascending gradually via seemingly floating stairs. Pretty sweet, and worth the price tag.
Brick, brick everywhere, from the fireplace, small bar, bedroom floors, to various accent walls throughout the apartment. It’s quite evident this is a historic property, but some upgrades within the bathrooms and sleeping areas have been made. Being level with the garden, guests can walk straight outside into a charming outdoor space. We will call this one “middle-priced” for Savannah.
Embodying true Savannah history with its Victorian charm, the Miss Rose cottage couldn’t be more perfectly named. From its pinkish-red hue to the period furniture within, the place is completely authentic and immersive. Vines creep up the exterior, and the outdoor courtyard is an amazing place to start or end the day. The best part? All of this can be experienced at its affordable rate.
Coming in at one of the lowest-priced options in Savannah is a yacht, believe it or not! Wake up on the ocean, and a short walk from downtown. The interior of the boat is warm and welcoming with dark wood and comfy seating. The two bedrooms each have their own bathroom making for private tiny suites. Sun yourself on the deck while cooking up some fresh seafood in the kitchen. You’ll find this Airbnb to be a “reel catch”.