Tour the "Pied à Terre"
One Bedroom Carriage House (circa 1855) off Whitefield Square

Welcome to the 412 East Taylor "Pied à Terre"
an 1855 carriage house featured in John Berendt's popular novel, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

The private entrance gate from Taylor Street winds through the garden and around a fountain to the door of the carriage house.

Inside the carriage house an antique staircase, with built-in "burglar alarm" described by Berendt, leads to a large bedroom with a view of the garden, a king size bed and sitting area with 27-inch cable TV and VCR, and a full bath.

The garden level includes a spacious living room and dining area furnished with antiques, a convertible sofa for extra guests and a 27-inch cable TV, a powder room and a full kitchen with washer and dryer. The kitchen is stocked with orange juice, fruit, cereal, muffins, coffee, tea and milk for guests to enjoy breakfast at their leisure.

Located in the Historic Landmark District, within walking distance of all downtown historic museums, historic sites, art galleries, restaurants, shops and theatres.

  • Rates from $195 per night, minimum stay two nights.

  • Payment for first night's stay is due on booking; balance including applicable taxes due on arrival.

  • Payment may be made by cash or check. Credit cards are not accepted.

  • Convenient on-street parking available on Whitefield Square.

  • Children 12 years of age and older are welcome.

  • No smoking. No pets.

  • Inquiries: 8:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. EST

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412 East Taylor "Pied à Terre"
412 East Taylor Street
Savannah, Georgia 31401
(912) 234-1600
Fax: (912) 234-2700

Bill & Isabel Stuebe, Innkeepers