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Welcome to Azalea Inn & Villas

At Azalea Inn, we welcome you as a friend who is finally coming home. As our guest, you can count on a relaxing stay in one of our lovely, comfortable rooms and exceptional home-cooked food. Even more, you can be sure that we will do everything in our power to ensure that your trip to Savannah is a special one. We love giving personalized dining recommendations, helping you select and book your Savannah activities, accommodating your special food requests… or doing anything else we can to ensure that your Savannah experience is nothing short of wonderful.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
Teresa and Micheal

Your Home in Savannah

Azalea Inn provides all the charm and history you expect from a Savannah B&B. Its laid-back Southern charms include veranda porches, guest parlors, swimming pool, and hidden gardens. Right outside our door, you can enjoy a quick jog around Forsyth Park, walk to shops and restaurants, and envelop yourself in Savannah’s history.

Dining

Azalea Inn guests savor fresh, local and seasonal southern food, “reinvented” by our chef to suit the adventurous foodie traveler. Guests keep raving about our exceptional homemade breakfast fare, unique evening appetizers, and incredibly delicious nightly desserts.

Current Special

Allegiant Airlines has a new flight to Savannah beginning Nov. 16, 2016 with fares as low as $39! Stay with us November 16, 2016 through January 31, 2017. Simply show us your itinerary and choose your reward: an Azalea Inn Coffee Mug, a bottle of our House Wine (red or white), or a bottle of our Signature Chamomile and Lavender Body Scrub!

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