The George Whitfield Room at The Kehoe House
Nothing can keep visitors away from Savannah—not even her sweltering summers! As brave as these sun-parched visitors are, there is nothing better at the end of a hot day than retreating to a cool, quiet place to rest up for further adventure. To those wanderers, I suggest the Kehoe House’s George Whitfield room.
Situated downstairs in the Kehoe House’s courtyard level, the Whitfield room is perfect for the always on-the-go traveler who nevertheless desires comfort and luxury in which to soothe his or her weariness.
Named for famed evangelist and co-founder of Methodism, the George Whitfield room boasts both privacy and elegance. Its claw-foot bathtub is the perfect place to drift off and scrub the heaviness of the day away—ask your concierge for a bottle of champagne and a plate of chocolate covered strawberries to turn an evening of relaxation into one of romance.
Whatever your purpose in Savannah, we all need a good night’s rest, and the Whitfield room’s opulently soft queen-sized bed will leave you feeling warm and secure after a night of some of the best sleep you’ve ever had. A complimentary turn-down service will leave you feeling pampered and watched over. Just another of the Kehoe House’s many services.