Stay Savannah Short-term Vacation Rentals offers a full range of town homes, condos, apartments and cottages in Savannah’s downtown Historic District that can accommodate all types of travelers: budget conscience, luxury-minded, families traveling with children and/or pets, couples traveling in pairs or groups. Stay Savannah Short-term Vacation Rentals provides a unique travel experience, the opportunity to live like a downtown Savannian for a few days or weeks. Rental properties, all located within walking distance to Savannah’s many restaurants, tourism attractions, shopping district, museums.
Stay Savannah Short-term Vacation Rentals provides many amenities that cannot be found in hotels or B&Bs (like moon-lit, private patios, or fully-equiped kitchens). Stay Savannah Short-term Vacation Rentals are very knowledgeable and the local staff can provide recommendations about things to do while in Savannah, and some insiders’ tips about off-the-beaten path BBQ restaurants, historical sites and a lot more.
Savannah Short-Term Vacation Rentals – Recent Zoning
In 2014, the City of Savannah approved a zoning text amendment defining short-term vacation rentals and specific conditions associated with the use. A short-term vacation rental is an accommodation for transient guests where, in exchange for compensation, a residential dwelling unit is provided for lodging for a period of no more than 30 consecutive days. Such use may or may not include an on-site manager. A residential dwelling includes all housing types and excludes group living or other lodging uses.
Click here to read the interview Gina had with the city about the short-term vacation rental zoning law.
As a popular visitor destination, Savannah attracts visitors from around the world who prefer a residential, home-like setting for their stay. Stay Savannah is an integral part of the short-term vacation rental zoning law and has adapted as a type of lodging accommodation.
Visit the city of Savannah site for all the Short-term Vacation Rentals information and forms. Click here