Category Archives: Historic Savannah

Fun Summer Trips that are Also Educational

As the end of the school year approaches, it is time to start thinking about where to take your summer vacation. Several aspects come into play when deciding on what will be important for your getaway. Are you looking for great weather? Do you want a beach? Do you want to simply relax and take a break? Whatever you decide is necessary, one overarching theme needs to be in place for your trip to be worthwhile. You need to have fun! Since Savannah provides you with almost anything you may desire, we wanted to supply you with a list of fun summer trips in our area. However, even though school … Continue reading

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Find Your Way with Savannah Trolley Tours

A trip to Savannah means you will be visiting the oldest city in the state of Georgia. Dating back to 1733, Savannah, GA, is rich with history and timeless architecture, including several points of interests regarding the American Revolution and the American Civil War. When you are looking to explore and capture the history of the city, there is no better way to do so than to experience one of the many Savannah trolley tours. Here are a few of the trolley tours that we believe will be both entertaining and educational when you make Presidents’ Quarters Inn your choice of Savannah bed and breakfast. — Old Savannah Tours Since … Continue reading

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Visit These Restaurants in Savannah GA

One of the many benefits of staying at our Savannah bed and breakfast is how close the inn is to local attractions and dining. Presidents’ Quarters is located downtown,  so you won’t be far from all the city has to offer.  You’ll find no shortage of excellent restaurants in Savannah GA to satisfy even the most discriminating palate. There are so many restaurants to choose from and they all have something unique to offer.  To assist in your planning, we recommend you visit these restaurants in Savannah GA.   Elizabeth on 37th Set in a 1900s southern mansion, Elizabeth on 37th has a menu that uses fresh seafood, local produce and … Continue reading

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Unforgettable Things to Do in Savannah

It’s a trip you’ll never forget. We invite you to make your way to the Presidents’ Quarters Inn in Savannah, Georgia and start making memories that will last a lifetime. We want to ensure your trip is one you’ll always remember. That’s why we have made this list of unforgettable things to do in Savannah! Walk along River Street. There is so much to see and do along River Street. From boutiques and galleries to restaurants and artist studios, the 9-block brick concourse is perfect for walking and watching the ships pass by. Explore the Savannah Historic District. Tour historic homes, squares and neighborhoods in the historic district of Savannah. … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Savannah’s Annual Holiday Tour of Homes!

The magical holiday feeling comes alive once again on Saturday, December 14. You do not want to miss Savannah’s annual Holiday Tour of Homes, a community project of Savannah’s Downtown Neighborhood Association. The holiday-themed tour of homes in the downtown area will let you experience the holidays Savannah-style. It all kicks off with a free City Market Open House. You’ll be entertained by carolers, twinkling lights and even Santa Claus himself. Browse the shops and boutiques in the area and sample delicious treats. It’s the perfect start to the Holiday Tour of Homes and the Christmas season. Then on Saturday, December 14, the Downtown Neighborhood Association offers its Afternoon Tour … Continue reading

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Savannah Harbor Festival of Lights

Only in its second year, the Savannah Harbor Festival of Lights is no doubt a spectacular holiday adventure. It’s a drive-through light experience that showcases at least 80 larger-than-life displays. There are surprises hidden behind every twist and turn, including additional events and entertainment! One of those is the Staples Safari Zoo. It was established three generations ago to aid in rehabbing exotic and domestic animals. The goal of the zoo is to give these animals a happy ending. That’s made possible through the efforts of Brian Staples. Staples made a life commitment to animal conservation. He works to support the zoo and educate people about the plight of endangered … Continue reading

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Savannah Bridge Run Back Next Month!

“Run, walk or crawl” your way to Savannah for the one and only Enmark Savannah Bridge Run! It’s back next month and set for Saturday, December 7, 2013. The race schedule includes a 5k, 10k, Double Pump and Kid 1/4 mile. Let’s take a closer look at those races. The 5k run/walk starts on Hutchinson Island at 8:15 a.m. Participants will race west towards the Talmadge Memorial Bridge, gaining access to the bridge by the southbound ramp. There’s no pretending it’s an easy feat. You’ll have to conquer a 5.5% grade and 1.4-mile span before exiting onto Oglethorpe Avenue. It finishes back in the Historic District near the Savannah Civic Center. … Continue reading

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Why You Should Visit Savannah This Season

Rise from your room at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn to the smell of fresh coffee looming in the hallways. Make your way to the dining room or courtyard and dig in to a delicious, complimentary southern breakfast. We are talking about freshly baked muffins and pastries, croissant french toast, traditional eggs benedict and homemade granola or quiche. Is your mouth watering yet? You won’t be disappointed! Now that you are energized and alert, it’s time to take in the holiday shopping mecca that is Savannah. When you visit Savannah during this season, you can bounce from boutiques to unique shops to find the perfect gift. The city is not only … Continue reading

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Savannah Travel Tips

Savannah is one of the most historic cities in the United States, but it is so much more. Experience this beautiful riverside town and all it has to offer. From beautiful architecture and Spanish moss-draped streets to the vast array of galleries and boutiques, you will find something for everyone in Savannah. Lose yourself in the shops, parks, or museums. As you make your way to our city, make note of these Savannah travel tips! First, you’ll need a place to stay. We encourage you to consider staying with us at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn. Our historic bed and breakfast offers seasonal getaway packages and specials that range in focus … Continue reading

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Spooky Events in Savannah

Pack your costumes, and maybe even one for your pet, then make your way to Savannah, Georgia. Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s time to start planning your vacation! Whether you’re looking for a little exercise, a scary movie, or a ghost tour, you’ll find it during the month of October. Reserve your room at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn and make note of these spooky events in Savannah! Lucas Theatre There are many scary movies playing at the Lucas Theatre during the month of October. These include “Edward Scissorhands,” “Silence of the Lambs,” and “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.” They are featured on different dates … Continue reading

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