Historic Inns of Savannah
Olde Harbour Inn in Savannah

Olde Harbour Inn ADA Statement

At Olde Harbour Inn, it’s important to us that our website is accessible and easy to use for all persons with disabilities. When creating our website, our development team used software tools to identify web accessibility standards as outlined by the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA).

While the industry is not operating from approved, regulated legislation, Olde Harbour Inn is committed to our good faith effort to follow the guidelines available. If you have questions, concerns or have discovered an accessibility issue on our site, please contact us by emailing innkeeper@oldeharbourinn.com. Be sure to include specifics and any page where an issue has occurred. We will make every reasonable effort to make the page accessible for you.


Olde Harbour Inn Historic Savannah Foundation

Built in 1892 as a Bluff-side Warehouse

The Olde Harbour Inn was originally built as a warehouse in 1892, and is registered with the Historic Savannah Foundation as an authentic historic property.  Consistent with the architectural norms of the day, and in keeping with the building's original purpose, there are many steps outside of and within Olde Harbour Inn, and not all doorways and walk-ways are wheelchair accessible.  As we do not have an elevator at Olde Harbour Inn, some guests with mobility issues may find access challenging.  Olde Harbour Inn is located on historic Factors Walk, which is one of Savannah's famous cobble stoned streets where wheelchair maneuverability is difficult.  

Olde Harbour Inn offers bellman services to all guests, and we are very happy to provide bag assistance. 

If you prefer a historic hotel with an elevator, we are happy to help you with reservations at our sister properties: The Marshall HouseEast Bay Inn, or The Kehoe House.

 

 

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