SAVANNAH, Georgia — Green Palm Inn, a cozy breakfast inn in the historic district, stands out from the crowd quietly in the best of ways. Fodor’s Guide wrote “a gem of an Inn” and “pleasing little discovery”. [Fact Sheet Download [PDF]: Green-Palm-Inn-Fact-Sheet-Jan31-2013]
Christmas Gingerbread ‘house’ (photo above) depicts a hand-crafted manger scene using wheat berry grass, gingerbread, and sugar cookie dough. [Press Release: Simplified-Christmas-2011-GreenPalmInn]
The top-rated inn’s professional memberships include Historic Savannah Foundation, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah Chamber of Commerce, Savannah Tourism Leadership Council, and Association of Romantic Inns of Savannah.
2011 – The historic inn was named Top 10 B&B for the Holidays 2011 by BedandBreakfast.com.
2011 – Green Palm Inn’s innkeeper and former Girl Scout, Diane McCray, was quoted in American Airline’s magazine, American Way. The feature entitled Honor Scout celebrated Girl Scouts’ 100th anniversary year. Girl Scouts was founded in Savannah, Georgia, by Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low. This inn helped to launch “Daisies for Daisy” [Twitter link], a City of Savannah floral tribute to Mrs. Low during 2012.
2011 – Green Palm Inn’s top-rated historic Savannah inn was awarded a “Certificate of Excellence Award” from TripAdvisor.com.
2011 – Diane McCray, Innkeeper, Green Palm Inn is featured by VisitSavannah.com, “Travel Like A Local”.
2010 – Recommended by Destination magazine
2008 – Recommended Savannah place to stay in U.S. Airways Magazine
2007 – Recommended place to stay in Savannah in American Eagle Latitudes
2007 – Fodor’s Guide – named in short list of Best Savannah B&Bs
2007 – Innkeeper Diane McCray was spotlighted in the Savannah Business Report “Women in Business” feature, Fleeing Snow, McCray Found Room (and New Career) at Inn (November).
2002 – The historic inn received a “special recommendation” in Fodor’s 2002 Edition of The Carolinas and Georgia.