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Lots of Love Goes Into Inn’s Cuisine

SAVANNAH Georgia — Eat well. Laugh often. Love much.

Expect the best breakfast and healthy food at Green Palm’s breakfast inn in Savannah. As much as possible farm fresh produce and eggs go into the tested recipes prepared by a doting, aunt-like innkeeper.

Beginning with heartfelt hospitality and tempting cuisine Diane shares Savannah’s southern, small town pride with a capital ‘S’. The delightful Gingerbread Classic architecture tempts guests to what they’ll enjoy behind the seamen’s cottage doors.

When booking your B&B reservations, Diane will ask about special dietary requirements.  We’re prepared for special diets like gluten free, low salt, low carb, and specific food allergies.  Please share any dietary concerns several days in advance of arrival.


For a quick Savannah vacation pick-me-up, the breakfast inn’s indulgent afternoon dessert bar of refreshments welcomes guests on arrival.


Pre-dinner wine and finger hors d’oeuvres are more signals of the charming southern hospitality you have correctly anticipated.  Some guests say that after the inn’s generous wine and appetizers dinner is unnecessary.

You’re sure to hear Diane say, “Yes, there’s a restaurant near me!” when guests ask about small plate places for dining out!  Our innkeeper or staff will gladly make recommendations and reservations to new local cafes and time-honored fine dining restaurants in Savannah or nearby Tybee Island beach.


Health-conscious innkeeper Diane McCray enjoys preparing and serving breakfast personally.  Enjoy the inn’s hot gourmet breakfast with the freshest of ingredients. Or, request lite eating instead.

It’s a fabulous time to ask about her famous walking route to orient guests to downtown.  Don’t forget also to ask about what’s new to do — especially if this is your third or 7th trip to Savannah — how to hail a pedicab, what’s happening about town, scooter or bicycle rental, sight-seeing, kayaking, golfing, sailing, shopping,  coastal dining, and Tybee Beach adventures.

Yes, we believe this —

“All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast.” – John Gunther

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