We found you some of the best Airbnb loft spaces in Savannah. If you thought Savannah was all front porches and lace curtains, think again. Savannah has more than its share of funky, hip spaces with no lace in sight. In fact, if you didn’t know some of these places were in Savannah you might think they were in the heart of Tribeca or maybe the Marais district of Paris (with all the creative kids who go to the Savannah College of Art and Design, it’s really not all that surprising). So if lace isn’t your thing, this list of 8 Stunning Savannah Lofts will surely have something to tickle your fancy.
8. Sweet Spot – $224 a night
Like the city itself, this Savannah loft is super sweet. Arched windows, painted brick walls, mid-century modern furniture and sliding barn doors. What else could you want?
The Brougton Loft as it’s known is decorated in Restoration Hardware and West Elm furniture by a professional decorator. It’s located in the absolute center of the city so you’ll be close to shopping and dining.
A few favorites are Leopold’s Ice Cream, Paris Market (which is an amazing two-floor emporium of French-themed goods), as well as old standbys like Marc by Marc Jacobs, J.Crew, and Kate Spade New York.
This one-bedroom, one-bath sleeps four so grab a couple of friends and head on over!!!
7. HGTV Cutie! – approx. $168 a night
How many times have you looked at a home on HGTV and thought how much you’d like to live someplace like that? Well, you can if you stay in this one-bedroom, one-bath historic loft space!
Also located on Broughton Street, this place will put you near all your favorite retailers like Victoria’s Secret, Anthropologie, West Elm, and Michael Kors.
With all the usual great loft elements like exposed brick, wooden floors, granite countertops, cute sliding doors, a flat screen TV, as well as amenities to get you started like linens, soap, hairdryers, and an iron, you just need to plop your bags down and go! We can pretty much guarantee you you won’t find a more adorable place to stay.
6. Redford’s Favorite – $201 a night
One word: Yes. How can anyone not want to stay in this incredible cottage? This to-die-for rustic cabin dates back to the 18th century and sleeps four in its one-bedroom, one-bath space. What a fantastic Airbnb loft in Savannah!
Used in the filming of Robert Redford’s film, “The Conspirator,” this cottage sits in the middle of the historic district, close to River Street, SCAD, The First African Baptist Church and the Jepson Center for the Arts. Decorated with antique furniture, Gullah sweetgrass baskets, pretty China and vintage carpet.
It’s not only been featured on the Savannah Tour of Homes but on tours of Savannah Haunted Homes as well so don’t be surprised if have a few “extra” guests! Even though the home and its furnishings are antiques, there are still plenty of modern amenities like television and wifi.
5. Folksy Flat – approx. $201 a night
Full of folk art, this three-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath right near Forsyth Park is a turn-of-the-century gem with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and the original fireplace. And if you like to cook, the kitchen has all the utensils and appliances you’ll need (and all stainless steel) and enough seating for six people.
The bedrooms offer fine linens, antiques and nice big beds and there is additional sleeping space in the trunk room and the living room. There’s also an adorable little deck that overlooks the little yard area which is great for pet lovers since you can bring your dog here. Since you’re clearly a design lover, be sure to head over to nearby SCAD to catch a student show or shop in the incredible student-run shop!
4. Wall to Wall – approx. $130 a night
This is a gorgeous Airbnb loft in Savannah. That bathroom wallpaper, though! While we’re not sure where they got that, we do know that we’re obsessed with it and need to put it on Instagram immediately.
Located on historic Jones Street, this adorable little home sleeps up to four people in its two bedrooms and one bath and also has a carriage house in the back available for rental. With a lovely, open space, beautiful brick floors, tasteful furniture, and, again that amazing wallpaper, this Savannah Airbnb is the perfect place for a design fan to stay. With a great little patio space and shared backyard, you’ll have the perfect place for entertaining.
You’ll be in close proximity to the Mercer Williams House Museum where they offer fascinating tours about Jim Williams, the main character of the book, “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” Speaking of wallpaper, if you do take tour, take special note of a certain wallpaper used by Williams in the downstairs bathroom. You’ll see what we mean the minute you see it.
3. Movie Magic – approx. $85 a night
If you thought Savannah was all romantic porches and lace curtains, think again! This super-creative Savannah loft space couldn’t possibly be more inventive. From a desk that looks like the control panel of a WWII fighter plane to original art to some pretty funky color choices, this Airbnb is truly one of a kind.
If you have a child scoping out SCAD for the weekend or just have a creative bend yourself, this place is perfect. With two enormous TVs, a stocked kitchen, and all the Netflix and Cable you can consume, the decor isn’t the only thing that will hold your attention.
Movie lovers should also take note: There’s a full-on popcorn bar with every imaginable kind of topping here to make you feel as if you’re really in the theater!
2. That Cabin Life – approx. $112 a night
How fabulous is this cabin-style Savannah Airbnb??? Secluded, hidden, and loaded with tons of character, this adorable rental is truly unique, even by Savannah standards. Tucked back behind the ivy-covered walls of the main mansion, this really offers an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Savannah.
With wood floors, wood walls, wooden seating areas and wooden cabinets, this place is as cozy as it gets! Given that it only gets limited wifi and local TV channels, this is the perfect place to go “off the grid” if you’re into that kind of vacation.
Described by its owners as “humble but cool,” this is the perfect place to rent if you don’t want a lot to worry about taking care of but still want a fun place to stay.
1. A Little Bit Country – Approx. $135 a night
If you’re a little bit country and your traveling companion is a little bit rock ‘n’ roll, this is the perfect place for you! Combining mid-century with clean, modern lines, and just a touch of vintage, this three-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath home sleeps nine and has enough variety in its décor to please all nine of them. Definitely one of our favourite Airbnb loft spaces in Savannah.
This 1883 home in an historic Savannah townhouse has a lovely outdoor patio, giving you more than enough room to entertain. You’ll also be near some great attractions like the breathtaking St. John the Baptist Cathedral, the historic King-Tisdell Cottage, the Davenport House Museum, Juliette Gordon Lowe Birthplace (go, Brownies!), and of course, the stunning Forsyth Park.
When you get home from all that sightseeing you can relax on the lovely outdoor patio and treat yourself to a glass of wine!