Escape and Elope in grand style!

Inn History

The Inn on West Liberty built-in 1871 was designed by architect John B. Hogg is best known for his design of the Trinity Methodist Church on Telfair Square. This beautiful 9-bedroom Italianate style home presided over Savannah’s Historic Landmark District for more than 100 years.

Originally the property was built as a private residence and eventually converted to law offices. In 2004 a young local entrepreneur purchased the property. For nearly two years he restored the building back to its original beauty while keeping the original floor plan intact and adhering to the Secretary of Interior Standards for Historic Renovations.

In 2018, this historic home was purchased by Patty and Suzy Homer. The “sisters” fell in love with the home’s quality, elegance, and style and knew it was perfect for entertaining. Now, this historic Savannah inn greets and serves guests with warm and gracious hospitality. Recently awarded a “Top 10 Best Romantic Inn” in 2021 by and a recipient of the Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Award two years in a row!

Patty and Suzy Homer sitting on the front steps at the Inn on West Liberty

“The Sisters”

Patty and Suzy Homer, “The Sisters”, grew up on the east coast. Living in the northeast most of their early adulthood, they were very familiar with and appreciated the inns and bed and breakfasts that were scattered throughout the small towns in New England.

After more than 30 years working and consulting in finance and HR, Suzy and Patty took several years off to enjoy a quieter life and pursue their interests of playing golf, entertaining, cooking, and reading. Patty’s entrepreneurial spirit continued, however, and in 2016 posed the question to her sister, “what would you think about owning and running a bed and breakfast”?

The rest they say is history and after 2 years of research and inquiry, visiting more than 40+ towns, and exploring even more inns than towns visited, they found the perfect property in Savannah located at 109 West Liberty Street.

Savannah skyline from the water

Why Savannah?

Savannah is a small manageable city, rich in history and natural beauty, very similar to where the sisters grew up as children. Walking in Savannah is always a pleasure and there is so much to see around the squares and the streets lined with moss-draped oak trees.

Many of the restaurants serve world-class cuisine and the people are friendly exuding warm southern hospitality. Savannah offers something for everyone, from antique shops and upscale boutiques to golf courses, beaches, and the riverfront. From historic landmarks, museums, and churches to restored homes, architecture and ghost lore. Savannah’s unique culture and ambiance make it one of the most romantic destinations to visit. We invite you to visit us and experience first-hand our fondness for Savannah!

Directions to the Inn on West Liberty

Head south on I-95. Take I-17 south in Hardeeville and travel for about 9 miles. Go over Talmadge Bridge in Georgia and take exit 25- Oglethorpe Ave toward downtown Savannah. Turn right on W Boundary Street. About 1/2 mile turn left on Louisville Rd. When you cross over MLK you will be on West Liberty St. Go through the next set of lights at Montgomery Street and travel approximately 0.17 miles. The Inn is just past Barnard Street on your right. For your convenience, there is a passenger loading zone in front of the Inn so that you may drop off your luggage and register.

Head north on I-95. Take I-16 east heading towards Savannah. Stay on I-16 towards downtown Savannah until it merges onto Montgomery Street. Immediately move over to the right side. At the first set of lights turn right on to West Liberty Street. Travel approximately 0.17 miles. The Inn is just past Barnard Street on your right. For your convenience, there is a passenger loading zone in front of the Inn so that you may drop off your luggage and register.

Exterior front stairs of the Inn on West Liberty Street

Parking lot for the Inn on West Liberty Street

Guest Parking

Parking passes are available for purchase; $15 1-day, $24 2-days (recommended); limited complimentary parking spaces available on a first-come, first-serve basis. When you register, you will be shown where to park. Parking in all spaces is limited to passenger vehicles only (no commercial vehicles of any kind). To park in our lot, please continue down West Liberty Street, past the front entrance to The Inn On West Liberty.

Take the first right onto Whitaker Street. Then take an immediate right on West Liberty Lane. Continue for about 50 feet, pass a 3 car garage and turn right into a parking lot.

Please only park in the designated parking spots for “The Inn on West Liberty”.