Savannah, Georgia is a pleasant place to visit, in any season.
Spring in Savannah
In March, April, and May, average highs range from 71-84 degrees, and Savannah is in full bloom. Colorful azaleas and dogwoods line the streets of the historic district, where our bed and breakfast is located.
Summer In Savannah
June, July, and August tend to be hot and humid, with highs in the low 90s and frequent rain showers. Fortunately, Tybee Island (with its 5 miles of beaches) is just a 30-minute drive away, and it’s nice and cool inside our bed and breakfast. Each room has an air conditioner, with individual controls for that room.
Fall in Savannah
September, October, and November average high temperatures are 82, 75, and 68 degrees respectively, and the humidity typically lingers until mid-October. Autumn brings beautiful foliage colors, some of which you can enjoy in the courtyards and gardens in our bed and breakfast, or at Savannah’s 22 public parks and gardens.
Winter in Savannah
In December, January, and February, you’ll want to bring warm clothes and coats. Average highs are in the mid-60s, with nighttime lows dropping into the low 30s. This is a great time to visit our bed and breakfast, because the crowds have died down, and you’ll feel like Savannah belongs to you.
Please note: The historic Foley House Inn is located in downtown Savannah, within easy walking distance of some of the best restaurants and top attractions. We have pet friendly rooms, and we also offer last minute deals, packages, and specials.