Posted on January 26, 2014 by linda
Savannah, Georgia is a beautiful historic town full of amazing architecture, glorious gardens, and plenty of hospitality. When planning your next visit to Savannah, be sure to check out some of these fantastic sites.
One of the first things people notice while strolling around the historic district of Savannah is the beautiful Spanish moss that hangs from the trees. Walking around on the cobblestone streets you can’t help but feel that you have somehow gone back in time. From the gorgeous homes to the quaint boutiques and antique shops, you will find plenty to see and do during your visit.
The River Street Inn will provide you with comfortable, luxuriously decorated rooms, four poster beds, afternoon wine, and homemade chocolates before you turn in for the night. Take a leisurely walk to the local attractions and shops, or just relax in your room and enjoy the view of the Savannah River.
While on River Street, take a ride on the streetcar. There are many stops along the way including Habersham street and Montgomery Street. Or just take the ride for nostalgia.
Roussell’s Garden Bed and Breakfast offers four different rooms decorated with period furniture to make you feel completely comfortable. A magnificent garden is located outside for you to stretch out and unwind. Enjoy the wonderful food and the southern hospitality that come with it.
The Savannah history museum is located in the historic district and will help you to learn all there is to know about Savannah. The building itself was an old railroad shed from the 1850s. Over 10,000 artifacts are on display for you to peruse.
Dining in Savannah ranges from seafood to Moroccan food and even Japanese cuisine. Love’s Seafood and Steak is a rustic family eatery that serves delicious beef and seafood, offers special children’s menus and also has senior discounts. Dine on the glass enclosed porch and you may be lucky enough to spot an alligator or manatee. You can also witness spectacular sunsets.
Another wonderful accommodation you want to check out is the Ballastone Inn. Nicknamed “Savannah’s most Romantic Inn” the Ballastone will pamper you in total luxury. Some amenities include courtyard views, fireplaces, jacuzzi tubs and a balcony. Enjoy a private massage in your room, then snuggle down on your Egyptian cotton linens.
Whether you’re searching for a great romantic getaway or a super fun family visit, Savannah’s hospitality awaits you.