Placed perfectly on the west end of Jones Street where you will find some peace and quiet, sits our historic 1854 town home. As its name subtly gives away, the Jesse Mount House was, indeed built for Jesse Mount, a prominent Savannah businessman. The 4-story building was most recently converted to be a fully equipped 5 bedroom B&B. We are offering our very spacious studio carriage house behind the main building. With a stunning courtyard, large bathroom and plenty of room to relax (or focus), this place is perfect for those working remotely or artists needing some creative space! The gorgeous diagonal heart pine floors, tall ceilings and gentle decor provides this marvelous "cottage" feel that is just so inviting. We have a very generous bathroom with a large glass shower and huge soaking tub with plenty of vanity room for getting ready. We offer a nifty little fully-functional kitchen that has everything you need. We have a smart TV with Amazon Fire Stick and very fast WiFi. The fireplace also works, just let us know if you would like to use it and we will provide instructions.
There is a washer/dryer in the garage storage area when you walk in through the rear that you may use. These are shared with the tenants staying in the garden level apartment on Jones Street so just be courteous of the neighbors. This original cobblestone street really is the absolute prettiest in all of Savannah. We have had several movie scenes and dozens of wedding photos shot here. We are just a block over from Mrs. WIlkes Dining Room and two blocks from Crystal Beer Parlor. The famous Clary's Cafe is just a few blocks east and we are minutes from Broughton Street, River Street and Forsyth Park! Aside from being able to walk to everything, if you should need a ride, we suggest taking Uber/Lyft as parking can be a nightmare. There is also a FREE shuttle bus called The Dot that connects you all around town and it is just around the corner at Whitaker and Jones. This runs until midnight on Friday and Saturday nights! Be sure to bring your walking shoes! The historical nature of Savannah and its's breathtaking architecture also means lots of uneven surfaces around town! It's part of the fun :)