The mere thought of Savannah usually conjures up visions of horse-drawn carriages, graceful live oak trees swathed in sexy Spanish moss and stately 19th-century mansions aligned along lush parks and cobblestone streets. Fortunately for visitors to this genteel Southern city, many of these mansions have been converted into comfortable B&Bs offering Old World touches backed up by modern-day amenities. Picture yourself tucked into one of these enchanting accommodations, surrounded by rich antiques and luxurious surroundings echoing the city's past, all wrapped up in the proverbial lap of luxury. Top that off with sumptuous breakfasts - and often afternoon teas and evening wine tastings - and it's a definite match made in heaven. There are so many options to choose from, starting with the striking Hamilton-Turner Inn, the Kehoe House, the Gastonian or Ballastone Inn, which has added high tea to their delectable offerings. The Foley House Inn wows guests with an authentic Southern breakfast, while the Olde Savannah Inn dishes up gourmet breakfasts with fresh pastries, French press coffee and more. If you're traveling with a larger group, Armstrong Inns offer several suites and individual houses in different locations. If you check into one of these, you'll enjoy all of the perks of a B&B, but with a little more privacy. The city's oldest inn, 17Hundred90 promises not only lovely accommodations, but they might even throw in the resident ghost, if you're open to that sort of experience.