The Foley House Inn features 19 well-appointed rooms and suites — Photo courtesy of Foley House Inn
The Foley House Inn, one of Savannah’s loveliest bed and breakfasts, also happens to be the best choice for visitors bringing their pets. A 160-pound mastiff? No problem. Your extra furry Maine Coon cat? Absolutely.
Many hotels don’t allow pets at all, and those that do often place restrictions on size and breed. But at the Foley House Inn, all cats and dogs are welcome. Best of all, the highly regarded bed and breakfast doesn’t require that you put your pet in a cage or kennel while you’re out exploring the town. The inn’s pet rates are reasonable to boot: guests are charged a one-time “extra guest” fee of $50 per pet/per stay.
This 150-pound Great Pyrenees is one of many four-legged guests who have stayed at the Foley House Inn — Photo courtesy of Foley House Inn
The Foley House Inn’s liberal pet policy is just one reason to stay at the cozy B&B, located on Chippewa Square in the heart of the Historic District. The 19-room inn consistently receives rave reviews for its lovely accommodations, great service and outstanding cuisine. The Inn is housed in two adjoining historic mansions and boasts period-inspired furnishings and in-room fireplaces, along with modern amenities such as flat screen LCD televisions and WiFi.
The inn’s gracious staff is accommodating to both guests and their four-legged friends. In addition to providing pets with a welcome bag of treats, and guests with a list of nearby pet-friendly parks and restaurants, Foley House Inn staff have even been known to soothe and care for scared pets while their owners are away.