Savannah is well known for its stunning beauty and is a city truly unlike any other. We here at The Inn on West Liberty, Savannah’s top-rated luxury bed and breakfast, love this place and want more people to experience it, so we’ve put together a guide on some of the prettiest and best streets to visit in Savannah. These beautiful streets have gorgeous architecture and history but also serve as a source of much of Savannah’s culture. You can find different types of shops, things to do, and local landmarks around these streets and they’re great for adding to your itinerary. Scroll to start your adventure and explore our surrounding area…
Often referred to as one of the prettiest streets in Savannah, if not all of America, Jones Street is an iconic Georgia landmark and certainly well worth a visit as it’s only a few blocks over from the inn. Gorgeous green trees hang out over the street, providing welcome shade and giving it a more intimate vibe, while moss and vines cover some of the older architecture. A Mid-19th century style gives the street a unique feel with cobblestone streets, brick sidewalks, and houses from a different time in the city’s history. It’s the perfect place for a romantic stroll or historical tour, so take your time here and soak in the ambiance. Visiting it is like taking a step back into the past, and evenings can be especially beautiful as the street is warmly lit by gas-flame lanterns.
You’re in for an exciting time on Broughton Street, your one-stop destination for everything Savannah that’s just a short walk or trolley ride away. This street has some of the best shopping the city has to offer with both local and national retailers including H&M, Kate Spade, Urban Outfitters, and more. Browse upscale boutiques, art galleries, and local shops like the famous Paris Market, a store selling restored vintage treasures along with one-of-a-kind exclusive items made just for them. Grab a sweet treat at Leopold’s, a famous landmark that is regarded as the top spot for ice cream, not just in Savannah, but in all of Georgia! They’ve been in operation for over a century and still serve up rich old-fashioned ice cream, just the ticket on a hot Savannah afternoon.
The aptly named River Street is situated right on the Savannah River and is a 10 min walk or short trolley ride away from the inn. It is well-known for its distinct charm with shops, galleries, restaurants, and other sites of interest all along the water’s edge. One of the most exciting activities takes place on the Georgia Queen, an unmistakable bright red and white riverboat with outings hosted by Savannah Riverboat Cruises. They offer all sorts of excursions, including both day and night cruises as well as dinner, sightseeing, and even special holiday cruises if you’re in town during that time of year. Go for a stroll along the river walk and take in gorgeous views of the water, shop till you drop at some of the area’s finest boutiques, and indulge in authentic southern cuisine at restaurants like The Cotton Exchange Tavern. Housed in what used to be a cotton warehouse, a remnant of the area’s industrial past, they serve up delicious southern-style fare in a comfy atmosphere with refreshing cocktails.
Your Home Base for Savannah Adventures
Visit all of these exciting streets in Savannah as well as other local landmarks with a stay at The Inn on West Liberty, a luxurious Savannah GA, bed and breakfast. We are conveniently located in the Historic District of the city and are close to all of these streets as well as other area attractions for an escape filled with local culture and unforgettable fun in the Georgia sun! To help you get around, we offer guests discounted hop-on/off trolley tickets, that way you can save on travel and see the city from a new perspective while having easier access to much of the area’s sightseeing and nightlife. A cozy getaway in the heart of the city, stay in comfortable Savannah lodging with king and queen beds, jetted tubs and walk-in showers in some rooms, and serene views of the street and courtyard below. With decor inspired by both Savannah’s past and present, you can truly immerse yourself in the Georgia experience. We absolutely love living here in this beautiful city and hope that our guests get the opportunity to see just how breathtaking it truly is, but until then, we wish you all safe travels!Book Now