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Celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Savannah! 27 Jan 2015, 12:00 am
Celebrating a holiday in Savannah is always a fantastic idea! Whether it is Christmas or Columbus Day, enjoying the holiday in southern style is always a memorable experience. This year, we, here at President’s Quarters’ Inn, suggest that you and your family celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Savannah! You may wonder why you should! Let us tell you about a few fun things that the city does to celebrate this holiday!
The number one reason to spend this St Patrick’s Day in Savannah is the Parade. Held rain or shine, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade is a wonderful event filled with exciting and thrilling events. The 191st St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Savannah will take place on Tuesday, March 17th. The event begins at 10:15 A.M. on the dot. Check out the parade’s map here so you can decide where you want to sit and enjoy the festivities.
Make the holiday into a weekend long celebration, starting with the Irish Heritage Dance on Friday, March 13th. The event is held in the Alee Temple and begins at 8:00 P.M. On Saturday, enjoy the Tara Feis Irish Celebration at Emmet Park. This festive event begins at 11:00 A.M. and ends at 5:00 P.M. The family-friendly Feis will be a feast for the ears, eyes and palate! With live performances, delicious cuisine, crafts, fun games, and true Irish hospitality, the Tara Feis is the best way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah. The Feis features performances from Savannah Pipes and Drums, Glor na Daire Irish Dance School, McLean Avenue Band, Harry O’Donoghue and so many more talented artists.
After enjoying the Tara Feis, head over to Tybee Island to participate in the Irish heritage Celebration Parade. The Parade starts at 3:00 P.M. on March 14th and winds around downtown Tybee Island. The Island will be decked out in green with a family-friendly parade featuring grand floats, marchers, and musical bands. The Irish heritage Parade is done in a unique and quirky way that only Tybee Island can do! Everyone is encouraged to dress in green in celebration! The Parade starts at the Tybee City Hall and proceeds down Butler Avenue! Come out and enjoy the festivities!
Another way to celebrate the holiday is on River Street. The fun isn’t confined to just one day; River Street celebrates this holiday for a week. Filled with multiple stages of non-stop live entertainment, games, scrumptious food, cold beverages and so much more, St Patrick’s Day on River Street is a event you don’t want to miss!
With so many different ways to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Savannah, we hope you find the perfect one for you and your family. As you are planning your Savannah St. Patrick’s Day, do not forget to secure your reservation at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn. Any of our 16 luxurious rooms would make an excellent home away from home for a couple of nights. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn will serve you a complimentary Southern breakfast. Come stay with us for a true St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah!
Ideas for Day Trips from Jacksonville FL 21 Jan 2015, 12:00 am
Whether you are a visitor or a local, escaping the city is always a fun twist to the day-to-day life. For everyone that is in lovely Jacksonville FL, we, here at President’s Quarters’ Inn, have a wonderful day trip idea for you and your family. From delicious food to interesting museums, Savannah is a great place to visit for a day or even a week! If you are looking for ideas for day trips from Jacksonville FL, we know just the place to go. Fill your car up with gasoline and hit the road for a fun day trip in Savannah! Here are just a few things to know about taking a day trip to the picturesque city of Savannah.
One reason that Savannah is a great place for one of your day trips from Jacksonville FL, is that it is less than 2-hours away. Hop on to I-95 and keep driving until you arrive in the beautiful city of Savannah! Why should you visit? One of the best and most satisfying reasons is the delicious cuisine. Whether you want good southern cooking or something non-traditional, the beautiful city has something for everyone.
A favorite among locals, Alligator Soul Restaurant offers delicious southern food made from organic and local ingredients. This lovely establishment was once a basement grain warehouse and offers a wonderful atmosphere for a romantic dinner or a casual lunch with the gals. Another fantastic eatery is Rancho Alegre Cuban Restaurant. Serving traditional plates and cocktails in a festive atmosphere, the Rancho Alegre serves family recipes prepared with authentic and fresh ingredients. From fried plantains to homemade Sopa de Pollo, your palate is sure to be satisfied.
Now that you know where to eat, it is time for you to figure out what you want to do with your time in the area. One historical significant site in Savannah is the Bonaventure Planation. Offering a peaceful setting, this site rests on a scenic bluff of the Wilmington River, just east of Savannah. The cemetery is opened to the public daily from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and contains nearly 100 acres of beautiful land for guests to explore and enjoy.
Another reason Savannah should be one of your day trips from Jacksonville FL, is for a carriage ride. This is a fantastic way to see the best of the city in a fun and relaxing way. When you take a Carriage Tour of Savannah, you can get an up-close view of the city’s 18th and 19th century architecture, adorable charm, and grand statues.
Whether you just need to get away for a day or want to do something fun, a day trip to Savannah is just the thing for you and your family! You might just fall in love with Savannah and want to stay another day. The President’s Quarters’ Inn offers lovely accommodations from which you can choose. The Inn also serves a delicious breakfast, making your stay even more memorable. We hope that we helped you plan one of your next day trips from Jacksonville FL! Can’t wait to see you soon!
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The Owens-Thomas House: The Jewel of Oglethorpe Square 14 Jan 2015, 1:00 pm
Savannah, GA, is filled with rich history just waiting for you to discover. From significant landmarks to the grand architecture, Savannah takes great pride in her history. Whether you want just a glimpse of the past or a whirlwind tour, you are sure to find just what you are looking for in the beautiful southern city. We, here at the President’s Quarters’ Inn, want you to have a wonderful experience while in the area. One historic place you will not want to miss touring is the Owens-Thomas House! This lovely building should be at the top of your list of things to do in Savannah! Here is all you need to know about the Owen-Thomas House.
Truly the jewel of Oglethorpe Square, the Owens-Thomas House is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon as you wander through it and learn about its rich history. Considered to be one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture, the Owens-Thomas House was completed in 1819 and occupies a full block! The home features a columned entrance portico that will transport you back to a different time and place. As visitors enter the home, a sweeping staircase and beautiful arched second story windows will greet them. The interior of the house boasts a stunning stairway of mahogany, cast iron, brass, and elegant furnishings!
The Owens-Thomas House, also know as the Richardson-Owens-Thomas House, was designed by English architect William Jay and was originally built for Richard Richardson. Richardson was a Bermuda-born banker and cotton merchant! Richardson, however, suffered financial setbacks shortly after the home was completed and lost it to the Bank of the United States three long years later. Later congressman, lawyer and one-time Savannah mayor George Welshman Owens purchased the beautiful home for $10,000. Today, this architectural gem is a National Historic Landmark.
Guests to Savannah can visit the Owens-Thomas House Mondays from 12:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M., Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and Sundays from 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Tickets to the Owens-Thomas House may be purchased individually or in a combination that allows you not only to tour this lovely house but also the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences. After touring this spectacular home, take time to wander through the beautiful English-inspired parterre garden and the original carriage house. The carriage house contains one of the earliest intact urban slave quarters in the South. Kids and adults will have a wonderful and memorable time at the Owens-Thomas House!
Now that you know about the Owens-Thomas House, it is time for you to plan your trip to Savannah to see it! The President’s Quarters’ Inn offers a selection of lovely rooms and suites, which are all elegantly decorated to match the southern charm of the city. Before you head out into the beautiful day to tour the Owens-Thomas House, the Inn offers a signature gourmet breakfast. You can book your stay today to help ensure that you will have an unforgettable trip to the Owens-Thomas House! We can hardly wait to see you and your family soon!
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The Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum is a Great Place to Spend a Day 31 Dec 2014, 12:00 am
For all you lovers of everything maritime, we, here at the President’s Quarters’ Inn, have the perfect place for you to spend an afternoon or even an entire day. From galleries of ship models to maritime paintings and artifacts, the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum offers guests a wonderful opportunity to learn about Savannah’s history. Whether you are looking for a place to avoid the rainy weather or just to enjoy some of Savannah’s rich and intriguing history, Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum is a great place to spend a day! Read on to find out more about the fantastic museum and all that it has to offer!
Ships of the Sea Museum, located in the William Scarbrough House, features nine excellent galleries of ship models, maritime paintings and artifacts. The Museum’s goal is to interpret the rich story of Savannah’s maritime history through the vast collection of ship models. As guests wander through the Museum, they are transported back to a different time in each of the nine beautiful galleries. From colonial vessels to ironclads to ocean-going steamers to modern navy ships, the collection of models are sure to impress the sharpest critic and satisfy the heart of any maritime enthusiast. All of the models in the Ships of the Seas Maritime Museum have been strenuously researched and delicately detailed.
One of the many ships the Museum features is The Steamship Savannah. Being the first steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean, this beautiful 98 feet long vessel is one of the most important ships in maritime history. The Steamship Savannah, financed by William Scarbrough himself, was launched in New York in 1818; engines were installed soon thereafter in New Jersey. This stunning vessel unfortunately sank off Fire Island, New York in 1823. Lucky for you the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum has a wonderful replica of the vessel for guests to view!
The Anne, which sailed to America in the fall of 1732, carried the first 114 colonists to the new colony of Georgia. This 200-ton British galley was only 87 feet long and 26 feet wide. This beautiful ship holds a special place in the Museum’s galleries.
The Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum also features a model of The Titanic. A sad but popular story, The Titanic was built in Belfast, Ireland in 1909-12 for the White Star Line, a British company owned by the American tycoon, J.P. Morgan. At 882 feet long and weighing 45,000 tons, The Titanic was the largest and most luxurious ship of its era. On April 14, 1912, during its maiden voyage from Southampton by the way of Cherbourg to New York, the ship struck an iceberg and sank in just over two hours. Unfortunately, of the 2201 persons on board, 1498 perished. The Museum has a beautiful model of The Titanic in its exhibits!
The Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum offers a wonderful array of models to enjoy. Now that you know about a few of the Museums finest ships, it is time for you to find a place to stay during your time in Savannah. The President’s Quarters’ Inn is located only a short 15-minute walk from the wonderful museum. Choose from any of our luxurious accommodations to stay in during your time in the city!
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2 Ways to Enjoy Ossabaw Island GA 26 Dec 2014, 12:00 am
The coastline of Georgia is scattered with an array of beautiful islands full of intriguing things. Whether you have seen all that interests you in the historic city of Savannah or you just want a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, take a day and explore one of Georgia’s most beautiful islands! Ossabaw Island GA, is approximately twenty miles by water south from historic downtown Savannah; the perfect distance for a day trip. Don’t know what there is to do on Ossabaw Island GA? Here are 2 ways we, here at the President’s Quarters’ Inn, enjoy Ossabaw Island.
Ossabaw Island GA, one of the Sea Islands located on the Atlantic Ocean, is only twenty miles by water south from Savannah. Ossabaw is the largest of Georgia’s barrier islands and contains 9,000 acres of wooded uplands with freshwater ponds and 16,000 acres of marshlands! At 26,000 acres, this beautiful island is the second largest barrier island off the coast of Georgia. Located between Wassaw Island and the Ogeechee River on the north and St. Catherine’s Island on the south, Ossabaw Island GA, is only accessible by boat or charter.
1. River Boat Tours
The first and best way to enjoy Ossabaw Island GA, is by taking a charter tour of the area. Bull River Cruises offers a tour of the entire Georgia coastline and includes a trip to Ossabaw Island. The 42-passenger Excursion vessel and the 2-20 passenger Island Express vessel provide a unique experience for everyone aboard. From the comfort of the boat, enjoy the picturesque scenery. This is a great way for the young ones to enjoy the island without having to keep everyone together! Grab your camera and hop aboard one of the Bull River Cruises for an experience you soon won’t forget!
2. Day Trip
Another fantastic way to explore the beautiful island is by taking a day trip and hiking around it. To get to the island you must have a boat or find a charter to take you. There are several wonderful captains willing to take people to the island. Several local boat captains provide charter service to Ossabaw Island. Service from various docks and marinas on the mainland is available; however, some charter captain’s licenses are limited to 6 passengers. Larger groups may want to consider chartering a pontoon boat, which can transport 20-40 people at a time. Bull River Cruise is great for larger groups and Tybee Island Charters is fantastic for groups of 6 or less.
Wildlife enthusiast will be in paradise at Ossabaw Island GA. The island is filled with an abundance of sea turtles. Have fun discovering all the intriguing creatures the island holds while you wander around! The island also offers tours! Getting around the island is an adventure in itself on one of the tours. Groups are transported on buckboards in the back of pick up trucks to see the beautiful island!
Now that you know a little something about Ossabaw Island GA, it is time to start planning your trip to the area. The President’s Quarters’ Inn is the perfect place to relax after a long but exiting day on Ossabaw Island GA. The Inn offers 16 luxurious rooms from which you can choose. Not only that, but we will also feed you a signature gourmet breakfast each morning of your stay to ensure that your day starts off on a bright note. Book your stay today!
Photo courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southeast Region.
Visit the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge 18 Dec 2014, 12:30 am
The city of Savannah is surrounded with beautiful sights that are just waiting to be discovered and explored! When you come to stay with us at that the President’s Quarters’ Inn, you will have several opportunities to enjoy all the picturesque spots the area has to offer. From historic downtown to the little islands just outside the heart of the city, Savannah is full of hidden gems that will take your breath away! One in particular is the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge! For all you wildlife enthusiast, the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful island filled with an array of animals. Here are a few things to know about the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge!
The Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge was previously owned by the descendants of a wealthy northerner who obtained the island just after the Civil War and was designated a National Wildlife Refuge in 1969. One company that offers tours is the Wilderness Southeast. They conduct private and group day-trips to the island for beach and island exploration. Biking, hiking, surf fishing, birdwatching and sea kayaking are just some of the recreational draws. The family is sure to have a blast! Whether you want to cruise around the island on a bike or hike through the green forest, there is something for everyone!
This 10,053-acre island has a seven-mile strip of immaculate beach, a driftwood bone yard, rolling dunes, vast salt marshes and miles of trail through mature maritime forest. Wassaw Island is 14 miles south of Savannah and accessible by private or charter boat. The area offers several charting companies from which you can choose in order to get to the island. Sundial Charters offers year round tours to Wassaw Island.
The tours are a wonderful way to experience the island and learn interesting facts about the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge. The Sundial Charters tour includes the best birding, shelling, salt marsh ecology, dolphin viewing, beach combing that the Georgia Coast has to offer. The Wassaw tour last for 5 hours and costs $10 for children under 12 and $20 for adults. You and your family are sure to have an unforgettable time on the tour! Make sure to pack a camera for the journey. The picture opportunities are infinite.
With so many things to do at the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge, from walking on the 14 miles of beautiful beach to searching out some of the most beautiful wildlife in the world, you’ll want to make sure you have a place to come back to after a day full of memorable activities. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn – our historic Savannah boutique hotel – offers you the finest accommodations. Not only that, but we will also feed you a signature gourmet breakfast each morning of your stay to ensure that your day starts off on a bright note. You will be able to stay in any of the 16 luxurious rooms that the Inn has to offer. You can book your stay today to help ensure that you will have a fantastic trip that you’ll remember! We can’t wait to see you soon!
Photo courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southeast Region.
2015 Savannah Book Festival 12 Dec 2014, 12:00 am
Look out all you book lovers because the 2015 Savannah Book Festival is something you don’t want to miss! From Janet Evanovich to Anne and Christopher Rice to P. J. O’Rourke, the Savannah Book Festival is packed full of amazing authors. This February plan to attend one of Savannah’s most loved events. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn wants you to experience the best events in Savannah, and this is one of them! Enjoy four days of author lectures and scrumptious food! Don’t know much about the Savannah Book Festival? Don’t worry! We have got you covered. Read on to find out more on the event.
The 2015 Savannah Book Festival begins on Thursday, February 12 at 6:00 P.M. The first event will be held in Trustees Theater and will open with Janet Evanovich followed by a book signing. The opening address cost $15 per person! SCAD Trustees Theater is located on 216 East Broughton Street, Savannah, GA. This will be the first time ever for Janet Evanovich, New York Times best-selling author of 21 Stephanie Plum mystery novels to appear at the Savannah Book Festival. Not only is this Janet’s first time at the festival, but it is also the first time that the event will be opened by a woman! Don’t miss out on this evening of mystery and intrigue!
On Friday at 6:00 P.M., come out to hear from P. J. O’Rourke, one of our nation’s keenest cultural commentators. Tickets, which cost $15 per person, go on sale to the general public on January 10, 2015. Click here! If you have ever listened to NPR’s ‘Wait! Wait, Don’t Tell Me!’ you have heard the biting wit of O’Rourke! For a night of laughs and good company, attend this wonderful event! After listening to O’Rourke’s thought provoking humor, attend the book signing following the address.
The third day of the Savannah Book Festival is packed full of fantastic events! Starting at 9:00 A.M. and continuing to 5:00 P.M. Telfair, Wright, and Chippewa Squares will be featuring numerous events. Make your way to Jepson Museum and Trinity United Methodist Church located on Telfair Square for author signings and book sales. Guests can also purchase refreshments! The Lutheran Church of the Ascension Sanctuary and Fellowship Hall, located on Wright Square, and the First Baptist Church Sanctuary and Fellowship Hall, located on Chippewa Square, will both feature author signings and book sales! Click here for a detailed list of authors that will be present at the Savannah Book Festival!
To complete the wonderful four-day festival, Anne and Christopher Rice will perform the closing address at 3:00 P.M. on Sunday. The address will take place in Trustees Theater and costs $15 per person!
Don’t worry about parking! The Savannah Book Festival has you covered! Click here for a list of city parking garages and their locations for your use during your time at the festival! It only costs $5 per day!
Now that you know a little something about the 2015 Savannah Book Festival, it is time to find a place to rest during your time in the area! There is no better place to stay while in the beautiful southern city than at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn! Offering a selection of lovely rooms and suites, which are all elegantly decorated to match the southern charm of the city, you will not have trouble finding one that suits your needs. Your stay comes with a full delicious breakfast each morning so your days will start off on a bright note!
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Romantic Weekend Getaways in Georgia Should Happen in Savannah 5 Dec 2014, 9:00 am
Are you searching for places to go for romantic weekend getaways in Georgia? You are sure to have one of the most romantic weekend getaways in Georgia’s most beautiful city, Savannah! Pack your bags and whisk off to the traditional Southern city and enjoy the sights and sounds of the downtown. President’s Quarters’ Inn is located in the heart of the Savannah historic district, making it the perfect place to stay during your vacation. As you are planning this one of hopefully many more romantic weekend getaways in Georgia, take time to read about some of our favorite things to see and do in Savannah!
One of the many things that makes Savannah the ideal place to which to escape is its rich history of the city. With every corner you turn, there is always something new to be discovered. You could spend a lifetime in historic Savannah and still not discover all of its secrets. The best way to see the city is on a tour. Whether you want to take a general tour or a specialized tour, there is one that will suit your needs. Many touring companies accommodate specific interests, from the African-American experience in Savannah to the city’s culinary tradition. The Old Savannah Tours Company brings history to life on all of their fantastic tours. From the private tour to the historic overview tour, the Old Savannah Tours Company offers something for everyone. You and your significant other are sure to have a memorable experience aboard any of their tours!
Nothing beats wandering through the streets and discovering the hidden gems of Savannah than with someone you love. Spend the afternoon strolling through the City Market or taking a leisurely walk through one of the numerous squares that Savannah offers.
After working up an appetite as you stroll through downtown Savannah, enjoy a delicious meal at one of the city’s finest restaurants. Enjoy dinner with a side of history at 45 Bistro. This privately owned restaurant is located adjacent to the historic Marshall House. Munch on a delicious wood-fired pizza or on the scrumptious braised short ribs. For a romantic evening out, make reservations for two at 45 Bistro.
If you are looking for a quiet lunch on Lowcountry cuisine, head over to Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room for a delicious southern meal. Only opened on weekdays, this charming establishment is legendary among locals. This is a must during any of your romantic weekend getaways in Georgia. Make sure to get there early because foodies in the know line up for the 11 A.M. opening!
As you are deciding where you want to take your romantic weekend getaway in Georgia, don’t rule out the beautiful city of Savannah. Right in the heart of Savannah’s historic district, Presidents’Quarters Inn is conveniently located near everything the city has to offer. Before you head to one of the exciting activities listed above, the Inn will feed you a signature gourmet breakfast! Choose from any of the 16 rooms that the Savannah bed and breakfast has to offer. You can book your stay today to help ensure that you will have an unforgettable trip!
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Kayak to Little Tybee Island for a Day of Exploration 28 Nov 2014, 9:00 am
Savannah is full of hidden little treasures just waiting to be discovered. One of those is Little Tybee Island. When you come to stay with us at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn, you will have not only the opportunity to explore beautiful Savannah but also Little Tybee Island. Take a day and escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown Savannah to take an adventure. Here is all you need to know about kayaking to Little Tybee Island!
Little Tybee Island is a chain of inland hammocks and small barrier islands connected by a maze of tidal creeks. Largely deserted even in summer months, the area is accessible only by boat. Little Tybee Island is a pristine, unoccupied nature preserve. The little island is visible from the south end of Tybee Island. Funny thing is that “Little” Tybee is actually more than twice Tybee Island’s size. Between the islands is Tybee Creek and Inlet. People that wish to visit the island can use a local charter services, like Sundial Charters.
This unique wilderness preserve is abundant with rich coastal salt marshes, picturesque beaches, and natural dunes and forests of live oak, pine, and palm. For all you wildlife enthusiasts out there, you are going to love the abundance of wildlife that the little island holds. Wildlife includes egrets, herons, white ibis and the endangered Woodstock. Roseate spoonbills, ospreys and bald eagles are also often seen. Dolphin, raccoon, gray fox, mink, feral pig, deer and alligator can also be spotted on the island.
The thing that makes this little island so unique is the fact that it can only be accessed by boat or kayak. Guest can take a kayak tour and boat charter to Little Tybee. Once on the island, you can wander through the beautiful wilderness. For the truly adventurous, take a couple days and camp on the picturesque island.
Take the family out to the island for a day of fun activities. Beach recreational activities are permitted on the island, such as picnicking, shelling, and fishing. Put together a grand picnic basket and hit the beautiful white sandy beach! Nothing beats getting away from the hustle and bustle of the beautiful city of Savannah to explore one of nature’s most exquisite places. Kids and adults alike will enjoy a trip to this mysterious island.
As you are planning your trip to Little Tybee Island, do not forget to find a place to stay during your time in the area. Right in the heart of Savannah’s historic district, the Presidents’ Quarters Inn is conveniently located near everything the city has to offer. So after you have explored all that Savannah has to offer, you can make your way to the island for a day trip. Before you head out to Little Tybee Island, the Inn will feed you a signature gourmet breakfast, featuring delicious freshly baked muffins, pastries and breakfast breads, homemade granola, sweet dishes such as croissant French toast, and egg dishes such as traditional eggs benedict and homemade quiche. Choose from any of the 16 rooms that our Savannah bed and breakfast has to offer. You can book your stay today to help ensure that you will have an unforgettable trip!
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Researching Savannah Wedding Packages? 19 Nov 2014, 12:30 am
Are you looking into Savannah as a destination for your wedding? Savannah offers numerous, beautiful weddings venues. Finding the perfect venue will not be too difficult. The key, however, is finding one that also offers fantastic Savannah wedding packages! As you are looking through all your options, take time to check out the Presidents’ Quarters Inn. Not only is our Inn an ideal place to exchange vows with the one you love, but we also offer some of the best Savannah wedding packages. Want to know more about the packages? Here are a few things to know about our packages.
Our Savannah bed and breakfast offers wedding packages which provide a fantastic venue for an intimate Savannah garden wedding. From a casual, low-key event to a grand affair, the Presidents’ Quarters Inn’s elegant garden is the perfect place to hold a wedding that you will not forget. Whether you are looking for a cool fall wedding or a beautiful spring wedding, The Presidents’ Quarters Inn offers an airy garden wedding setting for a small summer wedding, beautiful spring wedding, fall wedding, or even a mild-winter wedding in Savannah.
One of the many Savannah wedding packages that the Presidents’ Quarters Inn offers is the Elopement Wedding package. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn also offers The Full House Wedding Party package, which is perfect for those looking for a larger affair. Nothing thrills us more than helping you plan the perfect wedding.
The Small Garden Wedding Elopement Package is a 2-night deal starting at $1100 for the executive room and $1200 for a suite. This package offers the couple a simplistic and elegant small garden wedding. The elopement package includes, 2-nights at Presidents’ Quarters Inn for the Bride and Groom, wedding officiator, signature Presidents’ Quarters Inn floral bride bouquet, 8-inch signature Presidents’ Quarters Inn wedding cake and chilled champagne. The total wedding party is limited to bride and groom plus six people.
The Full House Wedding Party Lodging is a wonderful option for those looking for a large affair. This package requires a 2-night minimum, and the room rates are based on lodging dates. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn is perfect for small, intimate weddings that include family and friends. Reserve the sixteen rooms of the Inn for your wedding party and experiences ultimate privacy. Take full advantage of the elevator to all floors and the ideal location in the hub of the Landmark Savannah Historic District. The Full House deal is one of the best Savannah wedding packages we offer. The package includes 2-nights lodging at Presidents’ Quarters Inn for a maximum of 40 guests. The guestroom options include double full, queen and king bed accommodations, which allows you to make accommodations for everyone’s needs. Guests receive the Chef’s hot plated breakfast every morning of their stay. Guests also get to enjoy afternoon wine and hors d’oeuvres. The on-site private parking is also included. In addition to the lovely venue, the Presidents’ Quarters Inn is located on Oglethorpe Square in the heart of Savannah. This gives you and your wedding guests easy access to all of the beautiful sites in Savannah.
We hope that this information on some of the best Savannah wedding packages helps you in your decision. For more information on the packages, we invite you to download our Savannah Wedding Guide, “We Do and We Don’t” ™ Brochure PDF. We can hardly wait to see you and your wedding party soon!