SAVANNAH, Georgia — At Green Palm Inn bed and breakfast, we are often asked, “Do you have a summer deal, B&B special rate or last minute deals on your romantic bed and breakfast?
The Spirit of Savannah by Michael Woloszynowicz
Yes, we do have a July 2014 special!
Green Palm Inn’s July 2014 Special — book either the Sabal Palm or the Royal Palm for 3 nights mid week, July 2014, Sunday through Thursday stay, and get the 4th night free. Normally $199 plus tax per night, now $159 plus tax per night for a 4 night stay.
Best Rates + Travel Adviser Assistance at top-rated bed and breakfast in Savannah
Especially for summer vacations, it’s hard for us to get the “No” out. Instead, our approach to discount travel in Georgia is to keep our Savannah B&B room rates inexpensive year around. Then assist soft adventure travelers and Savannah tourists to ‘maximize moments’ with travel adviser tips and local assistance.
We were pleased recently to see the phrase ‘maximize moments’ – though it is one we had not formally used before – in the UK Telegraph article, Luxury travel trends: 2013’s new developments by Lola Pedro. The article continues that “multiple, mix-and-matched experiences” are on trend, rather than “single experiences”.
Through hundreds of lodging inquiries weekly, innkeeper Diane McCray fields an endless variety of Savannah tourist questions. Even just a few Savannah travel questions, with innkeeper Diane McCray’s answers, will only tease your imagination.
- Where is a Savannah romantic place to propose?
A carriage ride to Columbia Square fountain is the short answer. Diane orchestrated with Madison Tour Company to pick up a darling couple at the inn, ride to the nearby square, pause to throw a coin for good luck. Right then, the husband-to-be dropped to his knew to propose. Meanwhile, Dee Thompson (tour guide, historian, horse-woman, and co-planner) was snapping pictures.
- What are the best Savannah restaurants?
Our favorite is Alligator Soul, a stand out among Savannah fine dining restaurants and romantic places.
- What to do in Savannah? We’re planning a summer trip in July or August 2014.
The short answer for Savannah’s long summer daylight hours: “Get to the water!” Spend the day on Tybee Island, the Georgia beach near Savannah. Climb the Tybee Lighthouse. Stroll the beach. Take a sunset cruise. See the river channel where international ship arrive and depart. For travelers arriving by plane, the Savannah to Tybee Island shuttle is popular and inexpensive — $3/per person each way. Our guests simply plan their day around the shuttle’s schedule. Then, take in downtown Savannah’s social nightlife and a romantic dinner.
Even last minute getaways are easy with holiday travel tips from Green Palm Inn’s B&B in Savannah, Georgia.
TripAdvisor.com travel reviews report that the top-rated Green Palm Inn’s Savannah tips and recommendations are spot on. “We’re local in Savannah and this discount bed and breakfast inn in the historic district knows the best Savannah travel tips, personally,” says Diane.
When the inn talks about value-added lodging, it points to a couple of examples. There was a tourist-related firm in New York City that charged $99 for an itinerary. We have read that some travel agents have begun charging a $150 retainer to assist travelers with destination travel. Note: The lodging rates at Green Palm Inn are already discounted so we would not pay a travel agent’s fee – typically a percentage.
Now you know our insider’s secrets — how to be a top-rated, discount bed and breakfast at the same time!
We’ll be so happy to welcome you to The Softer Side of Savannah! Let us know when you’ll be arriving. It’s less hurried for your trip to Savannah in Summer 2014.
Diane McCray, Innkeeper
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