Sunday, January 6, 2013

Inside the Hamilton-Turner Inn

The owners and staff of the Hamilton-Turner Inn in Savannah, Georgia
excel at hospitality--southern hospitality, of course.
And the Inn's interior evokes old Savannah's graciousness and style.
The inside of the Inn has a central hallway 
with the salon or parlor on the left, the dining room on the right.
The tall windows and doors are stunning; each one has its own set of shutters.

This is the front door. There are large storm shutters outside
that when closed, form a small exterior vestibule.
The finial in the foreground 
is the stair banister leading to the second floor:

This is a view of the Christmas tree in the parlor.
Notice the arched door panel behind it:

The elegance of symmetry is evident in this photo 
of the marble fireplace and gilded mirror:

The millwork in the house is stunning.
This is the parlor to the left of the entry:

This is the entry to the dining room:

This next photo shows the fireplace in the dining room.
It was lovely having breakfast next to a warm fire each morning--
even more enjoyable because I was being waited on!

For professional photos of the interior common areas 
and each of the suites, click here:

Tomorrow, we will take a look at some of the sights
near the Hamilton-Turner Inn.

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