Fine Southern Cuisine in Savannah from a Forsyth Park Neighborhood Inn

At Azalea Inn & Villas, guests savor fresh, local and seasonal southern food, which the innkeeper, Teresa Jacobson, calls “Reinvented Southern Cuisine.” With tutoring from some of Savannah’s top chefs, including the late Chef John Jawbeck, former personal chef to a presidential candidate, the innkeeper’s home-style recipes are kicked up a few notches with Southern imagination to suit the adventurous traveler and those wishing to make the most of their Savannah vacation.

The chef’s maxim “If it grows together, it goes together” applies to food and beverage pairing for some of the finest gourmet Southern Cuisine in Savannah served at Azalea Inn & Villas. An example of a perfect match is the classic regional pairing of Southern Sweet Tea with poolside surprise of Southern Barbecue for a hot summer mini-break.


24-Hour Access to Hot Chocolate, Coffee and Tea,
Nightly Homemade Dessert, Wine and Beverage Refrigerator

A tad of the finest southern cuisine in Savannah greets guests for breakfast each morning at our historic inn. The mural’s Artists have taken certain liberties with the paintings but you may recognize Generals Robert E. Lee and William Tecumseh Sherman, along with Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. Contemporary faces depict the original owner’s democratic allegiances.


carrot cake


Nightly Sweet Treat

Our chefs prepare a new treat every afternoon to greet you on your return from an evening of Savannah intrigue. As Forrest Gump once said, “You never know what you’re gonna get!” but we promise it will be worth every calorie and provide a unique, sweet taste of Southern cuisine in Savannah.

Romantic Surprises


The inn staff delights in giving ideas for your surprise wedding proposal idea, enhancing your unique wedding engagement party, special request romantic picnic basket, or a romantic dinner in an off-the-beaten path wine cellar. Ask about our Romantic Packages, which combine Signature Massages and private carriage rides with where to go in Savannah for the best southern food, or unheralded niches for cultural heritage cuisine… insider places that bypass the long tourist waiting lines elsewhere.