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A Savannah Cottage B&B Like No Other! Green Palm Inn Bed and Breakfast

Savannah GA's top-pick lodging in historic district | Photo Green Palm Inn / Guy Smith, Popcorn Octane LLC

SAVANNAH Georgia (March 15, 2014) — For those “excessively fond of a cottage”, you’ll adore the comfort, elegance, and doting from this top-pick B&B and it’s owner-innkeeper, Diane McCray. Green Palm Inn’s …Continue

A Little Cottage Inn, On-trend in #Savannah GA USA Pumps More Ways to “Enjoy Yourself!” Into New Web Site — GreenPalmInn.com

Among Best Inns in Savannah Diane McCray innkeeper | Photo (c) Green Palm Inn bed and breakfast / Popcorn Octane LLC

Unsolicited guest reviews, social media, and a new web site for little Green Palm Inn – greenpalminn.com — are credited with resounding confidence from travelers. “I want to stay with you. What …Continue

Insider Tips: Professional Businesses, Places, People, Things We #LIKE

Insider Tips: Professional Businesses, Places, People, Things We #LIKE

At Green Palm Inn we love when our bed and breakfast travel friends or our B&B guests share excellent insider tips with us — favorite places, friendly people, or outstanding things to …Continue

Bed and Breakfast Foodies Cook in Savannah Georgia with Southern Living’s James Farmer

Bed and Breakfast Foodies Cook in Savannah Georgia with Southern Living’s James Farmer

During Memorial Day weekend, Savannah bed and breakfast foodies joined Chef Darin Sehnert at 700 Kitchens Cooking School. The special guest cooking instructor was James T. Farmer III, a designer, author, and …Continue

More Fresh “Where in Savannah” Ideas from Green Palm Inn

More Fresh “Where in Savannah” Ideas from Green Palm Inn

It has become almost like a crossword puzzle or playing Jeopardy! to find and point to fresh ideas of what to see and what to do in Savannah! We are encouraged by …Continue

Savannah GA & Civil War Sesquicentennial (2011-2015)

Savannah GA & Civil War Sesquicentennial (2011-2015)

SAVANNAH Georgia — America’s Civil War (1861-1865) touched Savannah and Georgia in heartbreak, lost lives and commerce. Ultimately, Savannah was spared from destruction, and presented as a Christmas gift to President Abraham …Continue