SAVANNAH, Georgia — “A bed and breakfast stay at Green Palm Inn will please travel agents and their best travelers!” says the top-ten bed and breakfast on the USA east coast. For unique place to stay in Savannah, you’ll discover our cozy little inn is recommended by national travel writers and top-rated in guest reviews.
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Our aunt-like innkeeper, Diane McCray, welcomes tourists and business travelers as if they were family. Many visitors come to think of the Green Palm Inn as their home away from home during their Savannah, Georgia visit.
The charming Green Palm Inn proves the old adage that bigger isn’t always better. With four immaculate, comfortable, and delightfully appointed bedrooms, the cottage inn provides Savannah business travelers and tourists with unforgettable service, generous inclusive amenities and impeccable, cottage-style comforts.
A TYPICAL STAY
Your day at our breakfast inn starts with a filling gourmet breakfast. After a day of sightseeing, return to the Green Palm in the afternoon for a decadent dessert bar, wine tasting, and a chance to chat with Diane or visit with other guests from all corners of the USA and around the world.
Business travelers welcome the cozier comforts and home-cooked food — a happy change from glass and steel Savannah hotels.
The cottage inn’s location is perfectly suited for urban exploring in Savannah’s walkable historic district. The inn is conveniently located just a short walk from the famous Savannah riverfront, local shops and restaurants, plus fun-loving nightlife.
Green Palm Inn is a cozy home base when taking short day trips to nearby Tybee Island beach, waterfront dining, getting out to sea to visit the protected Georgia Coast’s barrier islands, and exploring places off the beaten path on the outskirts of the historic city.
“Savannah’s enduring charm is a direct result of the city’s respect
for its past. Nowhere is this more evident that in the many small
neighborhoods, which often seem more like pictures from a storybook than the corners of a 21st century city.” — traveltoday.net