An 1870's Freedman's cottage in a row with 3 others. Just 2 blocks from Savannah's premiere Forsyth Park. Convenient to coffee shops & restaurants. Fully renovated with all modern conveniences! Back courtyard, newly decorated, lots of details! (SVR-00576)
Absolutely no smoking on the premises
Cottage is not child proofed, so no children under age of 15
Absolutely no pets allowed. (no exceptions!)
Cottage is intended for 2 people only...should an additional person be permitted, an additional charge will be levied...under no conditions will an extra guest be allowed to "crash" on the sofa..
Only registered guests permitted in cottage
Shoes off in house would be appreciated!
Lost key $25
Check in: Please let me know your arrival time, so I can meet you at the cottage...special arrangements can be made for late/odd timed arrivals. It is recommended that you arrive during daylight hours if at all possible. After all, you are arriving in a strange city, to an unmarked lane location; fumbling with keys & lights & potentially lock boxes..
Personal items left behind will be returned at guest expense through guest arrangements with host.
Due to guest abuse, laundry detergent is no longer provided
Savannah tap water is safe to drink. For guests preferring filtered water; a brita is provided
Wenn du bis 7 Tage vor deiner Reise stornierst, erhältst du eine Rückerstattung in Höhe von 50 %. Wenn du innerhalb von 7 Tagen vor deiner Reise stornierst, ist die Buchung nicht erstattungsfähig.
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