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Meet Anna

Anna was born in Fairbanks, Alaska but grew up in Marietta, Georgia, just north of Atlanta. Her family often vacationed in Savannah and after completing culinary school in Raleigh, North Carolina, she moved to Savannah in August of 2001. Her parents, already living in the city, had recently purchased what was once Magnolia Place Inn, located in the historic district. After working at a large chain hotel and for a local caterer, Anna joined her parents in the Savannah bed and breakfast business most recently assisting to run a nearby 16-room inn.

Anna has lived in the historic district for the past 12 years and knows it like the back of her hand. She looks forward to helping you make the most of your time in Savannah and your stay at the Justine Inn.

Southern breakfast Trifle-creamy grits with ground sausage, cheddar cheese, diced eggs, sour cream, tomato and green onion layered in a trifle dish with a fresh fruit cup. She also makes Savannah’s most amazing huevos rancheros, pumpkin pancakes and croissant French toast.


 Meet Christy

Christy was born and raised in Livonia, Michigan. She never liked cold weather so she attended Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. After traveling throughout the country, she got married and moved to Savannah, opening a six-room bed and breakfast, The Lion’s Head Inn. As an innkeeper there, she cooked, cleaned, planned special events, and guided guests to all the major historic sites and attractions.

After selling the inn years later, Christy bought and restored historic homes, and opened an antique store. She is married and has two children and three grandchildren. Christy is a member of the Downtown Garden Club, the Film Commission and absolutely loves Savannah.

Christy is also a licensed tour guide, and is happy to take guests on walking tours of the historic district. She is an ambassador for Savannah and can recommend all of best spots in town for your stay.Her best dishes include banana pancakes, baked French toast, egg, ham and cheese casserole, egg-chiladas and amazing Savannah-style waffles.