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Not-so-obvious Romantic Getaway Places in Savannah Historic District from Green Palm Inn

Romantic getaways at Green Palm Inn bed and breakfast are laced with cozy lodging and romantic break ideas for solo romantics at heartand romantic couples just wanting to get away.  Across the breakfast table  and during daily hors d’oeuvres and wine chats at the top-ten Savannah inn, bed & breakfast guests share their favorite little Savannah romantic places.  Some may surprise you.

Savannah Wedding Musicians in Green Square

Savannah Wedding Musicians in Green Square

“Contrived romance is not required in Savannah,” states innkeeper Diane McCray.  “Our romantic Savannah inn offers a sweet complement to dear time away together, from honeymoon romance, a romantic anniversary, or romantic travel for any reason.”

Delivering brilliant to half-lit surroundings at every turn in the Landmark Savannah Historic District, pleasantly aromatic fragrances welcome Savannah romantics.  Lush with greenery, year around Savannah gardens offer millions of travelers a steady stream of fragrant jasmine, magnolias, honeysuckle and gardenias.

Charming weddings take place in the downtown Savannah squares.  It is surprising when the inn’s guests  stumble upon caterers setting up for a small wedding in the inn’s Greene Square neighborhood.  Savannah’s 20+ small garden squares [public parks] are where romantic wedding ceremonies may appear daily; and,onlookers may respectfully remain around the fringes of the square watching.  “With chamber music in background, can you imagine the romantic emotions that are stirred while the intimate garden wedding plays outin public view?” says Diane, who entices personally in the inn’s popular online video.

Savanah Romantic Jones Street's tree canopy

Jones Street’s Romantic Tree Canopies

Visiting Savannah romantics point to the beauty and nostalgia they find in Bonaventure and Colonial cemeteries.  On a stroll through either cemetery, a fresh red rose or carnation stands out in these  historical spots. “Lovingly  anonymous, some caring person will thoughtfully leave a simple remembrance on the grave stone,” adds Diane, a champion of romantic accommodations in Savannah, GA.

Romantic Savannah tree canopies shade the brick- and ballast stone- paved streets.  “Jones Street is irresistible!” states Diane.   The romantic holidays of Three Coins in a Fountain easily play out here, beginning in Forsyth Park.   Take a romantic break at more water fountains that dot the Landmark Savannah Historic District in Orleans Square, Lafayette Square, and Ellis Square.

“What could be more romantic than a fireplace bath?” shares Diane, referring to the inn’s original fireplaces in two of the inn’s private baths.  In candid TripAdvisor.com bed and breakfast reviews, traveler comments highlight the “not-so-obvious” romantic highlights at Green Palm Inn:

  • “The multi-jet spray shower” is a welcome surprise!
  • “The king bed is beautiful and comfortable, and I loved the little stairs to get up into the bed,” writes a guest from Oklahoma.
  • “[D]id I mention that the room was uber-clean?!”

“Don’t forget the little marvels,” states Diane, sharing a few more romantic ideas.

  • Stop into the dreamy nostalgic spots, like Leopold’s Ice Cream and Lulu’s Chocolate Bar, a great spot for surprise chocolate desserts and champagne.
  • On Ellis Square, visit Johnny Mercer — one of Savannah’s most famous natives who penned the lyrics to Days of Wine and Roses and Moon River — to share an artisan style gelato and sorbetto from Café GelatOhhh!
  • For travelers with a keen interest in bath perfumes, discover the old-fashion scent of lavender and French fragrances at Paris Market, a favorite shopping spot in downtown Savannah.

As a long-time member of the association of Romantic Inns of Savannah, Georgia, this popular Savannah inn happily focuses on what is wonderfully romantic in Savannah, GA.

Please share your romantic ideas of what is not so obviously romantic in historic Savannah, GA. Follow Green Palm Inn on Twitter and Facebook, too!




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