If you need a vacation so badly you can see, hear, smell, feel, and taste it, feast your senses on this Escape to the Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn.
Inside the 1850s Federalist row house, charming touches like antique furnishings and exposed brick lend texture to your room. Stay in either a Premium Room (Sundays through Thursdays) or Traditional Room (Fridays and Saturdays) for two nights, including a bottle of wine or champagne ($214).
Each day, wake to the aroma of an included Southern homemade breakfast—the smoked applewood bacon, berry pancakes, and farm-fresh eggs will taste as delicious as they smell. And the flavorful surprises don't end with breakfast: An afternoon tea and bedtime milk and cookies are also included.
Savannah is a sightseer's paradise. Antebellum architecture, historic churches, and 22 verdant squares fill the city. A vision with its Spanish moss-draped oaks and stone memorials, 30-acre Forsyth Park may be the most beautiful site to behold.
You've probably heard an earful about the city's delectable dining scene, so set out to try it for yourself. Whether you like the sound of fried chicken, collard greens, and butter cakes at Paula Deen's The Lady & Sons or prefer trendier fare with local ingredients at The Public Kitchen & Bar (one of the newest additions to Savannah's food scene and only a five-minute walk from the inn), you'll find dishes that resonate with you in Georgia's culinary capital.
From December 7 to March 30, art enthusiasts will want to stop by the Jepson Center to view the Offering of the Angels exhibit, which boasts masterpieces by Botticelli and other Italian artists from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
Experience all the sights, sounds, scents, flavors, textures, and spirits of Savannah.
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Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn
Sensory Splendor in Savannah
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