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Luxury Living Savannah Wedding Cake Mansion
Why Stay At Luxury Living Savannah Wedding Cake Mansion
Located on picturesque Monterey Square in the heart of the Landmark Historic District, the Wedding Cake Mansion is one of Savannah's most coveted addresses.
Built in 1869, the Wedding Cake Mansion recently underwent a multi-million dollar historic restoration. The building, whose exterior Savannah residents have aptly likened to an ornate wedding cake, offers a total of 5 bedrooms. Throughout, the mansion is furnished with European-influence antiques, crystal chandeliers and 19th century French décor. Artful gems can be found in each of the 5.5 bathrooms, such as an imported stained glass window above the master bath's 6-foot whirlpool tub or Italian mosaics, hand-painted murals and antique vanities in others. Both gourmet kitchens feature custom-designed cabinetry and high-end appliances whose elegant functionality is offset by baroque stained glass windows. After a busy day exploring or for an al fresco libation before heading out on the town, retreat to the landscaped courtyard equipped with wrought-iron furniture and a softly babbling Italian fountain.
Visit First African Baptist Church on Franklin Square for a unique perspective of Savannah's history: The church was a stop on the Underground Railroad and the holes drilled in the floor to channel air to escaped slaves hidden below are still visible today.
1-912-233-6597 for a free tour.
If you're a movie buff, don't miss the Mercer Williams House—now a museum—from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. It is only a few steps from your mansion and tours are offered daily. 429 Bull Street, Monterey Square.
Arrive at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) which is approximately 15 miles from the mansion. Anticipate about 25 minutes of travel time.14 E Taylor St, Savannah, Georgia, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5.5 Bathrooms
- Powder Room
- Family Room
- 2 Full Kitchens
- Living + Dining Area
- Air Conditioning
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Full-service Elevator
- Private Chef
- Spa Services
- Daily Maid Service
- Restaurants nearby
- Bars nearby
- Mansion can accommodate up to 10 people in 2 kings and 3 queen beds
- Coffee for the first morning provided
Why We Love Savannah
Savannah with its colonial-era mansions along oak tree-lined streets is steeped in rich history. The classic Southern city known for fine dining and a bustling riverfront scene welcomes visitors with irresistible Dixie charm.
125 West River St.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: Rehydrate at The Sparetime near City Market. A chic interior, innovative cocktails and live music make it the new hip go-to spot in town. Try the I dream of Genie, an island-inspired mix of two kinds of rum, Jasmine Liqueur, lime, honey and Cava. Pair with the house fig pizza.
36 Martin Luther King Blvd.
Cocktails for two $20.
Where to Shop: You'll find one-of-a-kind items at ShopSCAD, which showcases not only artwork such as paintings, sculptures and photography from students at the Savannah School of Art and Design, but also offers handmade jewelry, handbags, and even clothing.
340 Bull Street.
Best Day Trip: For a day on the beach, take a 20-minute drive East to Tybee Island which is said to have been Blackbeard's refuge. Many believe the place still holds hidden Pirate treasures. Retrace Civil War history at Fort Screven, and climb up to its lighthouse from where you'll have a stunning panoramic view of the coast.
Why Go Now
September 22 - 29, 2013
Savannah Jazz Festival
A weeklong celebration of blues and jazz featuring performances by well-known genre musicians from throughout the region.
November 11 - 17, 2013
Savannah Food & Wine Festival
Dinner events and wine tastings plus a culinary documentary at Historic Savannah Theater.
Various locations across town.
Savannah Holly Days
Kicked off with a tree lighting event and continued with the Annual Boat Parade of Lights, Downtown Holiday Home Tour, carriage rides and numerous family-friendly events.