Bellwether House

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The Bellwether House consists of a spectacular pair of adjoining Italianate townhomes built in 1876 for merchants Henry Dresser and Samuel Palmer, who ran the largest hardware store in Savannah. It boasts the longest contiguous front porch in the city, providing ample room to lounge in the shade of Savannah's warm southern climate. Guests who stay at Bellwether House can enjoy all of the charm of this incredible historic property while also indulging in modern luxurious amenities.

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Explore Savannah's historic district.


Discover the brilliant Italianate-style architecture of the restored Bellwether House.


Explore the Juliette Gordon Low House, the restored home of the founder of the Girl Scouts.


Experience the beautiful artwork on display at the SCAD Museum of Art.


Taste some outstanding southern cuisine inside historic buildings that date back centuries.

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