This room is named in honor of Miriam Cohen, daughter of Solomon Cohen, owner
of the house beginning in the 1850's. Miriam spent her childhood years
here. She married John Troup Dent, a descendant of a Georgia governor and
owner of Hofwyl Plantation in Glynn County. Miriam ran the plantation and
the Stephen Williams House became their fashionable Savannah townhouse,
remaining in the family for over eighty years.
The Miriam Cohen Dent room has two queen beds, a private bath and is furnished
with custom fabrics. It's eleven foot ceilings and generous proportions
lend an air of gracious elegance. It is beautifully furnished with antique
chests and chairs. The room can accommodate up to four persons.
This room can be opened to the John Troup Dent room for families or groups.
In this instance, the two rooms would share the bath and rent for $325.00 plus 12% tax.
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