|Innkeeper Jackie Heinz is ready for|
an elegant, fun-filled Halloween in
Savannah at Zeigler House Inn!
Savannah's Best Kept Secrets
The main door entry is at second story, parlor level at Zeigler House Inn and in most historic district homes.
When writing about the 1850s, as compared to the 1840s in September 1917, Charles H. Olstead* shares that Savannah streets were not paved and had no sidewalks. When a brisk breeze blew, the dust storm from the street caused displeasure to pedestrians and housekeepers.
Today Jones Street is paved with bricks and is one of America's most beautiful residential streets.
At Zeigler House Inn's elegant bed and breakfast in the uptown Savannah historic district, most of our overly-spacious lodging rooms are upstairs.