SAVANNAH, Georgia — Eager for a few affordable, crazy-fun girl days + girls’ night outs after the New Year? Get away to refresh amid the local charm of cozy Green Palm Inn’s bed and breakfast in the Savannah historic district.
Kick back, savor an afternoon tea party, mosey about the walkable town under tree canopies, and learn a few tricks from a gourmet chef (but only if being in the kitchen is part of your play agenda).
Savannah is a girl’s place! … that the women share her with men. Lodging, too, is friendly here at Green Palm Inn. Hang with the foodies, and the most delightful surrogate aunt you’ll find here!
Called “The Sweetheart of the South,” Savannah has so much depth and three-dimensional appeal that “she” has been given a persona and described by “her” locals as a demure Southern belle with a vampish, dirty secret. — TurnerSouth
Ready for a welcoming Savannah New Year’s refresh in welcoming Savannah, Georgia?
In a recent Instagram we spotted an out-of-towner, expressing joy when walking in Forsyth Park, having folks passing by — total strangers! — say, “Good morning”. Tara from North Carolina says, “People are so friendly, laid back, warm and welcoming….”
Savannah’s a gorgeous, richly historic Southern belle — with a decidedly decadent, free-spirited edge. — Expedia.com
Take advantage of the guilty pleasures! Start with beauty, history, food, and culture.
- Sit on a park bench in one of Savannah’s world famous squares. Do absolutely nothing but take in the southern greenery and lush floral colors year around.
- Stroll as leisurely as you wish, appreciating the historic district’s architecture. Uniquely, Savannah’s pre-1865 architecture was spared from the ravages of the Civil War. Kevin Saks, New York Times, called Savannah “a preservationist’s wonderland, a city of Old World charm”.
- Take time for the sheer pleasure of wandering.
- Dine at the local cafes and crazy-fun restaurants that are getting buzz on national food reviews.
Savannah was a different sort of revelation, a city that simply blew me away. I expected fabulous architecture and syrupy Southern atmosphere. But not to such a degree. — Joe Yogerst, The San Diego Union-Tribune
Innkeeper Diane McCray Crews is a tourism star and champion, ready with recommendations for the best of what to do and and the best places to go in and near Savannah, based on each guest’s interests.
Ready to start making your getaway plans today? With four guest rooms (one room will accommodate 3 guests), you can max out your friends’ reunion here!
Happy New Year!
ABOUT GREEN PALM INN
Featured on Wheel of Fortune, Innkeeper/co-owner Diane McCray Crews touts Green Palm Inn (circa 1897) as “The Softer Side of Savannah”. Originally sea captain cottages, the four-room Gingerbread Classic B&B shares cottage-inn comforts in the quiet of Greene Square’s residential neighborhood in the National Landmark Historic District. Fodor’s guide calls Green Palm Inn a “pleasing little discovery” and “a little gem of an inn”. BedandBreakfast.com named the cottage B&B a top pick for a holiday trip – “Top 10 B&Bs for the Holidays, 2011″. For more information: GreenPalmInn.com; Email GreenPalmInn@aol.com, telephone toll free in USA 888/606-9510, local and international 912/447-8901, 548 East President Street, Savannah, GA USA 31401. Twitter @GreenPalmInn, Facebook Green Palm Inn in Savannah GA USA, and Pinterest.
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