SAVANNAH, Georgia — Tapping her happy disposition and corporate efficiency, Innkeeper Diane McCray devotedly and easily follows the admonition of Mother Teresa — “We can do no great things; only small things with great love.”
Mark it down. You will enjoy cozy lodging, yummy food, and laughter at ‘Aunt Diane’s place’ when you stay at Green Palm Inn in Savannah, Georgia USA.
Diane was featured in the American Way magazine’s 2012 tribute to Girl Scouts, Scouts Honor, during the organization’s 100th Anniversary. She was spotlighted in the Savannah Business Report “Women in Business” feature, Fleeing Snow, McCray Found Room (and New Career) at Inn (November 2007). And, the steady-as-you-go innkeeper is featured in Travel Like a Local on VisitSavannah.com, the city’s official tourism marketers.
You will know her immediately! If she’s not the greeter upon your arrival, Diane will be the darling gal plating breakfast on fine China. Her inviting table setting is sure to remind you of grandmother’s or Aunt [fill in the blank]’s Sunday dinner.
A healthy foodie who exercises regularly and walks avidly in the historic district, Diane concurs with R.W. Apple, Jr.’s view: truly fresh food is part of the “revenge of living well.”
Through more personal interests — love of reading, collecting recipes and cooking, exploring new restaurants and walking the Tybee Island beaches – guests reap the benefits of this innkeeper’s invaluable local insights. Her recommendations are spot on!
A soothing-breeze mix of kindness and efficiency, the Michigan native has established Green Palm Inn as a top-rated Savannah bed and breakfast on TripAdvisor.com. She has earned long-standing praise among her hospitality peers and personal high regard from guests in B&B review comments like “Wonderful people — Great Place”.
You can bet on her. Come enjoy “The Softer Side of Savannah” … every visit!