Posted Jul 25, 2016 on Hotels
A wonderful B&B in a wonderful neighborhood, situated next to the Davenport House. I came in slightly late in the afternoon and was greeted by Jennifer, who promptly offered me a glass of wine. The property itself feels like a grand affair, with ornately framed paintings and richly polished woods. A historian comes in the evenings to give a talk on Charleston's history and on the history of the house. At night, they serve dessert and port on the dining room table. My room was the Caroline Finch room, though I had a choice between that and the room downstairs on the parlor level. It was charmingly appointed with a king bed and a little alcove for the shower and sink. There's an antique-looking wardrobe containing an extra robe, safe, and iron. Linens and pillows and robe were all as expected. A word to the wise, however: The Kehoe House is not a place for large HD televisions. If this is important to you, look elsewhere. It was certainly not important to me. My only regret is that I only had one night there. The next morning, I had a leisurely breakfast in the sunlit parlor. They take your order the night before and serve you in a location of your choosing. If you wish to have your breakfast in your room, they'll deliver a tray. If you wish to take your breakfast on a private verandah, they'll take it there as well. My eggs benedict were great. Service was very attentive and very kind. I know that I'll stay here again next time I'm in Savannah.