Dresser Palmer House
Savannah Historic District
The Dresser Palmer House offers its guests comfortable accommodations with free Wi-Fi and plenty of Southern Hospitality. This is elegant three-story mansion features 16 antique-decorated rooms, many fireplaces, claw-footed tubs and cozy sitting areas. All the rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi, a flat-panel cable TV, hairdryers and iron/board. Additionally, complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres are also served each evening along with signature Savannah drinks that are served at the bar.
In 1958, Randall C. Fetzer , who was the owner of Savannah Electric Power, was also the owner of the House. From 1979 until 1997, the Aikoer family owned the house and that is when it became a bed and breakfast. Today, it is one of Savannah’s premier historic landmarks, also offering accommodations for weddings and vacations.
The House is two blocks east of Forsyth Park in Savannah’s historic district and it is adjacent to many of the buildings from Savannah College of Art and Design. Additionally, it is ten miles from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. Hence, the Dresser Palmer House is a smart choice because of its good location and the home-made meals.Book Dresser Palmer House Now
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