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17 Hundred 90 Inn & Restaurant

17 Hundred 90 Inn & Restaurant

Savannah, Georgia
31401 USA

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Savannah, GA is home to one of the most haunted places the world, 17Hundred90 Inn & Restaurant. Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.

The History

After the American Revolution, Savannah was a small village with a few hundred frame buildings, sandy streets, horses and wagons, and a simple, yet prosperous life. The restaurant and Inn were originally three separate residences. The western part of the building was a duplex built between 1821 and 1823 by Steel White; the Powers family built the smaller eastern section in 1888. The ground level is thought to date from a previous structure possibly destroyed in the great Savannah fire of 1820. 

Celebrating that heritage, the 17hundred90 Restaurant and Inn is one of Savannah's oldest restaurants and Inns offering fine dining and comfortable lodging. 

The Hauntings

Three ghosts are thought to haunt the Inn. Anna was the bride-to-be in an arranged marriage but fell in love with a seaman in the 1800's. Legend says she threw herself from the third-floor balcony onto the brick courtyard as his ship's sails left her sight down the Savannah River. Some say her angry husband-to-be pushed her - we'll never know for sure. Her presence is felt in room 204. Guests and employees have told of strange events occurring in that room. 

The spirit of a boy they call Thaddeus is seen on the ground floor of the restaurant and tavern. It is said he leaves shiny pennies lying on the tables, bar and desk. 

There is also a spirit in the kitchen area of the Inn. Employees hear the clinking of metal bracelets, which is sometimes followed by pots and pans being tossed about or spice jars being thrown at unsuspecting kitchen workers.


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Date added: Jan/24/2017 | Last time updated: Jun/05/2020

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