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The lovely southern city of Savannah does not just offer delicious cuisine, rich history, and beautiful homes but it is also full of mystery and excitement. Warning, these tours are not for those weak at heart. Spend an evening exploring the city’s historic district and looking for ghosts. Savannah offers an array of scary ghost tours to try. But which one do you choose? We, here at Presidents’ Quarters Inn, want you and your family to go on one of the many ghost tours in Savannah. Here is a short list of a few of our favorites. 1. Ghost Talk Ghost Walk Savannah’s original ghost tour, Ghost Talk Ghost Walk, is … Continue reading
Savannah is full of fascinating history and beautiful sights. There is truly no better way to see and experience the city than on one of the many wonderful Savannah Carriage Tours. We, here at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn, believe that everyone should take a carriage tour around the historic city! Whether you are just looking for a relaxing turn about the park or wanting to learn more about the city, there are several Savannah carriage tours that will give you one or both of those experiences. Here are 3 of the best Savannah carriage tours! 1. Historic Savannah Carriage Tours Being the most recommended carriage tour company in the city, Historic … Continue reading
There are so many things to see and do when you visit Savannah, one of the South’s most historic cities. Located on the southern tip of the Georgia coast, there is something for everyone to see in Savannah. Many people love to come to Savannah for a weekend getaway. Plan to stay in our lovely bed and breakfast, The President’s Quarters Inn, which is conveniently located in the heart of the downtown historic district at 225 E. President Street. Here you will find 16 richly appointed suites with decorative fireplaces and unparalleled amenities. Our attractive B&B getaway is also pet friendly, and its convenient downtown location allows you to walk … Continue reading