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The Landmark Historic District is a great destination for a ">Savannah family vacation. The historic antebellum architecture, museums and waterfront attractions bring history vividly to life for young visitors. A visit to Savannah provides an opportunity for families of all ages to spend time together, enjoy educational cultural attractions and fun activities in equal measure

Imagine the fun of staying in a restored carriage house in the grounds of one of Savannah’s grandest mansions or the novelty of sharing a family breakfast al fresco on the furnished Charleston-style side porch of our Jones Street Suites. The family memories created are priceless and will be talked about for years to come.

Choosing family-friendly accommodation is the key to the success of any vacation. Families need plenty of space for everyone to spread out and have their own bedroom, bathroom and private space. Luxury Living Savannah has beautifully furnished suites in restored period homes that can sleep families of 4, 6 or 10 guests. There’s plenty of space to invite the in-laws or perhaps arrange a family reunion as part of your visit.

Generous living space allows everyone to do their own thing, whether it is watching TV, playing games or settling down to read the latest bestseller. The majority of our bedrooms have their own private bathrooms so there’s no excuse for everyone not to be showered, dressed and ready for a full day’s activities!

Most Luxury Living Savannah vacation rentals also have their own outdoor space, either on comfortably furnished porches or in a courtyard garden setting, enjoying the sounds of a tinkling fountain.

All properties are located in the Historic District, within walking distance of most attractions and shops. This conveniently avoids visitors having to find parking in the bustling riverfront area of the city. Book your Savannah family vacation today!


There’s So Much to See and Do on Family Vacations in Savannah, GA

Top family attractions in Savannah include a horse-drawn carriage tour of the Historic District. This is a great way to learn about the history of the city and orientate yourself with the main landmarks when you first arrive.

The Historic Railroad Shops will fire the imagination of any young visitor as this is America’s oldest standing railroad. There are 13 originals structures of this former locomotive repair and manufacturing facility which dates back to 1845. The onsite museum includes restored engines and rolling stock and has informative guided tours. The attraction includes a children’s play area, maze and train rides on some weekends.