Find relaxation in quaint Savannah, Georgia with decorative architecture and lush green landscape throughout the downtown. It is an urban forest where Spanish Moss hangs from giant oak trees.
There is plenty of eating, dining and shopping throughout the meandering streets and brick paved roads.
When visiting Savannah, a great choice of stay is the President’s Quarters, a historic bed and breakfast located on Oglethorpe Square. The inn offers spacious rooms and luxurious comfort. There are hors d’oeuvres and wine each evening and fresh, home cooked breakfast each morning in the dining area.
Built in 1855 the President’s Quarters was named most romantic bed and breakfast for 2008 in Savannah Magazine. There are sixteen bedrooms, all with private baths. Owner Steve Green purchased the inn in April 2007 and completely renovated the structure.
“We spent the last year and half refurbishing, gutting every bathroom, repainting and carpeting,” states innkeeper Jane Sales.
Located off of the Atlantic, count on great seafood. For a casual indulgence of fresh seafood, check out the Crab Shack. Gators welcome guests as they enter into the wooden, oceanesque themed restaurant.
Recommended is the sampler platter that gives hungry travelers a taste of crab, shrimp, mussel, shrimp, sausage, corn and potatoes. There is no fried food. Seafood fare is baked, grilled or broiled.
A number of tours are offered to learn about the history and haunted tales of Savannah. It is the 8th most popular tourist spot. Choose from walking tours, trolley tours or a riverboat cruise. Attractions and museums surround the area. Find such attractions as the and and Telfair’s Jepson Center for the Arts.
Artistic flare highlights the city, marked by The Savannah School of Art and Design, a national top ranked design school.
Southern hospitality is at its best in this Atlantic coast city offering well preserved historical sites, shopping, dining and scenic surroundings.