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Top XX Ghost tours in Savannah 21 Apr 2015, 1:00 am
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 one of our favorites. Explore the legends of the city’s haunted past in a fun and enlightening walking ghost tour. Wander though the enchanting squares of Savannah and learn about it’s spooky past. Everyone will enjoy it! The company offers regular nightly tours, which cost $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under.
2. Savannah Tours by Foot
Do you dare venture out on the cobbled stone streets of Savannah on a Creepy Crawl? The answer is yes! Your guide will tell spinning tales of haunts and spectacular spirits on the Haunted Pub Tour. During your journey through the streets of Savannah, you will be welcomed into some of the city’s best pubs! Make sure to put on your walking shoes! This tour, which lasts for two and a half hours, cost $20 a person. You must be 21 years or older to participate!
3. Hearse Ghost Tours
Not many can say they have been on a Hearse Ghost Tour. The beautiful city of Savannah offers over two-dozen ghost tours, but only one of them transports you in an actual hearse. You learn about the grisly and eerie history of the city while you pass by cemeteries and haunted buildings. Adults cost $15 and children cost $10. Reservations are necessary and can only be made by phone. Click here to find out more. Caution, the ride is a little bumpy.
4. Sixth Sense Savannah
This is one of many ghost tours in Savannah that will truly send chills up your spine. The company takes guests through the historic district and offers family-friendly tours. The family tours depart at 7 and the 18-and-up tour begins at 9:30. Both of the tours depart from Clary’s Café! During this wonderful yet frightful two-hour walking tour, guests will explore haunted houses and learn about Poltergeists, shadow people, orbs, exorcisms, tunnels, root doctors, voodoo and more. The Sixth Sense Savannah also offers tours of the Bonaventure Cemetery! Reservations are required.
Now that you know about the Ghost tours in Savannah, it is time for you to come and experience at least one of them for yourself. 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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Experience history at the First African Baptist Church Savannah 16 Apr 2015, 1:00 am
Savannah is packed full with history, from 100-year-old houses to significant landmarks. Whether you want to learn more about the southern city’s past or just want to marvel at the beautiful architecture, Savannah is a great place to visit. One of the many fantastic places to visit in the area is the First African Church Savannah. The Church not only has a fascinating story but is also a stunning building. Everyone will have a wonderful time, touring this beautiful church. Here are a few things we, here at Presidents’ Quarters Inn, think you should know.
The First African Baptist Church Savannah goes back to the 1700’s. Reverend George Leile who organized the church in 1773 was ordained in 1775 as the pastor. In December of 1777 the church was officially constituted as a body of organized believers. Under the leadership of the third pastor. the pastor Reverend Andrew C. Marshall, the congregation later obtained the property, where the current sanctuary stands. Interestingly, Marshall helped put together the first black Sunday school in North America! He also changed the name of the church from “First Colored Baptist” to “First African Baptist”. On the new property, the sanctuary was completed in 1859.
Today, the sanctuary still contains many of the historical elements, allowing the congregation to preserve much of its rich history. From the stain glass windows to the old wooden pews, the church is kept in top-notch condition as it still maintains its heritage. The 1832 Pipe Organ, located in the back of the beautiful church, still to this day, creates incredible music. Take time to look at the stunning light fixtures hanging from the ceiling. The light fixtures were originally gas but were later converted to electricity. The pews in the main sanctuary were installed in the 1900’s; however, the pews in the balcony are original to the church. Made by slaves, the pews are nailed into the floors and have markings written on the sides in the African dialect known as “Cursive Hebrew”.
As you are wandering through the church, make sure to look up at the beautiful ceiling. In the design of a “Nine Patch Quilt”, the ceiling showed that the church was a safe place for slaves to enter. The church’s main purpose was to create a safe haven for those in trouble or lost. Below the main floor of the sanctuary lies another subfloor know as the “Underground Railroad”. Many have looked, but no one has been successful in finding the entrance to the floor.
The church offers an array of events from which you can choose. Take time to check out what is happening while you are visiting the area. Click here to see their calendar!
Savannah offers so much for visitors, and the First African Baptist Church Savannah is one of many things you should visit! As you are deciding where to go during your time in the area, make sure to check out The Presidents’ Quarters Inn. Offering a selection of lovely rooms and suites, you are sure to find one that fits your needs. This charming bed and breakfast is a wonderful place in which to relax after visiting the First African Baptist Church Savannah. We can hardly wait to see you soon!
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The Tybee Island Lighthouse offers an incredible view 8 Apr 2015, 1:00 am
There are so many wonderful places to see and things to do in Savannah, making it a fantastic place to take a vacation. Whether you wish to taste every dish the city offers or lounge on the white sandy beach of Tybee Island, Savannah is a destination that everyone is sure to love. The President’s Quarters Inn knows the ins and outs of the beautiful southern city, and we want you to have the best experience when you visit! After exploring the city, take time to head over to Tybee Island Lighthouse and enjoy the breathtaking view it offers! That’s not all that the Island has to offer. Read on to find out more.
Tybee Island is full of history to learn and exciting things to do. One of the highlights of the island is the Tybee Island Lighthouse Station and Museum. Offering a unique opportunity, the lighthouse has an after hours sunset tour. Join in on one of the private tours and have the experience of a lifetime. The tour is limited, so make reservations! This ninety-minute tour, which includes a climb to the top of the lighthouse, costs only $25. The view is simply incredible! To make your reservations click here!
Before enjoying the Tybee Island Lighthouse view, take time to visit the Museum! The Tybee Museum was established in 1961 by the island association, which is known as the Tybee Island Historical Society. The Museum’s purpose has been the same since it opened, to interpret the rich and interesting history of Tybee Island. The most interesting feature of the Museum is the location in Battery Garland of Fort Screven. Constructed between 1898 and 1899, it was originally used to mount a huge 12-inch “non-disappearing” rifled long-range cannon on top of the battery. This historic sight will enthrall kids and adults alike!
Another few interesting things within the walls of the Battery are seven rooms, which contain artifacts and exhibits covering more than five centuries of history. History buffs will have the time of their lives as they explore these seven different rooms full of amazing artifacts. The lower rooms of the Battery, which now contain the Museum’s exhibit, were originally used to store smokeless gunpowder. Take a tour of the Museum and be enriched by the history of the area. The Museum is open every day except Tuesday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Adults cost $9 and children from 6 to 17 years of age cost $7. Children under the age of 5 are free.
Now that you know about The Tybee Island Lighthouse and the breathtaking view it offers, it is time for you to book your trip to the historic city. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn offers a selection of lovely rooms and suites, which are all elegantly decorated to match the southern charm of the city. This charming bed and breakfast, located right on Oglethorpe Square, neighbors several prominent historical sites and offers easy access Tybee Island. Pack a picnic basket and head over to Tybee Island for a wonderful time! We can hardly wait to see you soon!
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The 3 Best Savannah Carriage Tours 31 Mar 2015, 1:00 am
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 Savannah Carriage Tours will take guests through the moss sprinkled squares of the stunning city. Enjoy learning about Savannah from the friendly and licensed tour guides. Guests are sure to be entertained while on the tour, learning about the history of the city and spooky past. Choose either the History Tour or the Ghost Tour; the company offers both. This is the perfect way to see Savannah!
2. Plantation Carriage Company
The Plantation Carriage Company will take guests on a trip that they soon won’t forget. This wonderful company will take you around the Historic District of Savannah and give you a brief but informative overview of the city. Because tours depart every 20 minutes from the southeast corner of Ellis Square, it is easy to find the perfect time that fits into your schedule. Book your tour online today, and get ready for an experience of a lifetime!
3. Carriage Tours of Savannah
Lean back and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Savannah aboard a Carriage Tours of Savannah tour. As the city’s first carriage tour company, Carriage Tours of Savannah transports guest to Savannah’s rich and colorful past. Carriage Tours of Savannah offers a wonderful Historic overview of the southern city during the day and a spooky Ghost Tour during the night. The company also offers a Private Carriage Tour, giving you a more personal experience. Learn about the different parts of Savannah in a fun and exciting way! The whole family will have a blast on a carriage tour! Book your tour today!
With so many excellent options for Savannah carriage tours, choosing just one may be difficult. Come visit Savannah and experience all the amazing carriage tours offered. Don’t forget to find the perfect place to stay while in the city. 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! We can’t wait to hear which of the 3 best Savannah carriage tours you and your family liked best!
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The Jepson Center for the Arts 26 Mar 2015, 1:00 am
For all you art enthusiasts, Savannah is one of the best places to visit to experience the art culture of the past. The city is full of wonderful museums, but one of our favorites is The Jepson Center for the Arts. Make sure to cut out some of your time to tour this excellent museum during your visit. We, here at the President’s Quarters’ Inn, want you and your family to experience the best parts of Savannah. Here are a few things to know about The Jepson Center for the Arts.
Devoted to the art of today, The Jepson Center for the Arts is a great place for everyone to gain knowledge on today’s latest pieces of art and artists. The Museum, housed in a building designed by Moshe Safdie, was opened to the public in 2006. Featuring over 7,500 square feet of gallery space, The Jepson Center for the Arts was designed for major traveling exhibitions of contemporary art and installations of works from the permanent collections.
One amazing thing that the Museum holds is the Telfair’s Kirk Varnedoe Collection, a cornerstone of the Museum’s contemporary holdings. This collection was assembled in honor of the late Savannah native Kirk Varnedoe. This collection is unique in that it features works on paper by some of the most key artists of the past fifty years. The Jepson Center for the Arts features works by artists including Jasper Johns, Chuck Close, Roy Lichtenstein, Jeff Koons, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, and Richard Avedon. Offering a diverse contemporary collection, the Museum is sure to provide you a wonderful time as you learn about the artists of this century.
Fun fact, The Jepson Center for the Arts holds the original iconic Bird Girl statue, made famous in the Jack Leigh photograph on the cover of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Make sure to read the book before visiting the Museum!
The Jepson Center for the Arts features numerous exhibitions. One of our favorite currently is the ‘In Living: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking’ collection. This top-notch collection features works by Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation Andy Warhol. Schnitzer’s works have challenged the perceptions of the popular culture, politics, and consumerism for more than fifty years. Another great exhibition currently featured at the Center is “The Visual Blues’. This collection features the art scene in Harlem from 1919 to 1940. The Visual Blues explores the rich interaction between the visual artists of the Harlem Renaissance and the wealth of blues and jazz music. You are sure to enjoy your time as you wander through The Jepson Center for the Arts.
Now that you know about The Jepson Center for the Arts and all that it holds, it is time for you to plan your trip to Savannah. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn offers a selection of lovely rooms and suites, which are all elegantly decorated to match the southern charm of the city. This charming bed and breakfast, located right on Oglethorpe Square, neighbors several prominent historical sites and offers easy access to The Jepson Center for the Arts. We can hardly wait to see you soon!
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Take the Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Tour 15 Mar 2015, 9:00 pm
Do you enjoy a good mystery? Then we have the perfect book and tour for you. We, here at the President’s Quarters’ Inn, love for our guests to experience the best of Savannah. One of our favorite tours in Savannah is the Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil tour, based off a book that is set in the beautiful city of Savannah. Whether you are just looking for a fun tour or you are a devoted fan, the Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil tour is the perfect option for you and your family. Here are a few things to know about the tour and the book.
The book, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, written by John Berendt, is based on real-life events in Savannah during the 1970’s and 80’s. Published in 1994, the book made Savannah one of the hottest tourist destinations in the U.S. This thrilling book revealed an intimate and mysterious side of Savannah that many wanted to experience for themselves.
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil focuses mostly on the murder trail of Jim Williams, a prominent antiques dealer in the city. On the tour, guests will learn about William’s life, from when he first settled down in Savannah as an antique dealer and preservationist to the trails that began in 1982 and ended in 1989. The tour will highlight 22 of the 60 beautiful homes owned and restored by Jim Williams. The beautiful architecture is sure to take your breath away!
There are two types of tours that The Savannah Heritage Tours offers; The “Midnight” Book and Movie Tour and the Grand “Midnight” Tour. The first is 2 hours long and includes the Bonaventure Cemetery Tour. Adults cost $38 and children 11 and under cost $19. The tour will give you an overview of the book and will take you to several important sights featured in the book. The Grand “Midnight” Tour also includes the Bonaventure Cemetery Tour and a Tour of the Mercer House. The tour lasts for 3 hours. You are sure to have a wonderful time with the friendly and knowledgeable tour guide, Angela. Adults cost $68 and children 11 and under cost $30. Click here to book your tour today!
Now that you know about the Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Tours that are offered, it is time for you to come and experience them for yourself. 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! Make sure to read the book before going on this tour!
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Why You Should Visit Savannah Georgia This Spring 9 Mar 2015, 1:00 am
There is nothing more beautiful than Savannah in the springtime. With flowers in full bloom and the warm summer air filling the streets, there is no better time to visit Savannah Georgia than in the spring. Whether you want to see all the sights or just relax, you are sure to have the perfect time in Savannah Georgia, this spring. We, here at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn, want you and your family to have a wonderful time in Savannah, Georgia, this spring. Read on to find out about our favorite things to do in the area.
1. Take a Walk Through Forsyth Park
One of the prettiest sights in Savannah is just a short walk away from the Inn. Forsyth Park, located in the historic district of Savannah, is a must see when in the area. This 30-acre park is a gathering place, which bustles with activity throughout the entire year, especially in spring. With a variety of events, from concerts to recreational sports, there is always something happening in the park. At the north end of the park sits the famous Forsyth Park Fountain, which was built in the mid 1800’s.
2. The Savannah Music Festival
One of the largest musical arts events in Georgia, the Savannah Music Festival celebrates many different genres of music, from folk to classical to jazz and so much more. When you come to visit Savannah Georgia, you are sure to have a blast at this wonderful event. Locals and visitors alike gather at the festival to enjoy world-class music and learn more about Savannah’s rich heritage. This wonderful event will be featured in Savannah from March 19 through April 4.
3. Take an Old Town Trolley Tour
Experience the best of Savannah, Georgia, this spring on an Old Town Trolley Tour of the city. The hometown conductors will make your time aboard the trolley fun and memorable. Learn about the rich history of the city while viewing stunning natural beauty and magnificent architecture. Travel back to another era aboard an Old Town Trolley Tour of Savannah. This is one thing you don’t want to miss out on during your time in Savannah, Georgia, this spring.
4. St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Celebrate the holiday Savannah style! One of the most popular and well-known festivals in the region, the St. Patrick’s Day Celebration is a massive event with approximately 350 floats and marching units participating in the parade. Featuring live music, scrumptious food and so much more, there is something for everyone at the festival. Be sure to wear green!
Now that you know a about all the fun things to do in Savannah, Georgia, this spring, it is time for you to plan your trip to the city! The Presidents’ 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 to one of the many activities listed above, the Inn will provide you a signature gourmet breakfast. You can book your stay today to help ensure that you will have an unforgettable trip to Savannah, Georgia, this spring. We can’t wait to see you soon!
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SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015 28 Feb 2015, 2:30 am
What are you doing this April? We, here at President’s Quarters’ Inn, want you to know what is happening in the beautiful city of Savannah. One of our favorite events featured in Savannah during this time of the year is the SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015! This Festival makes the streets of Savannah come to life with vibrant colors and sounds. Experience a tradition that is nearly as old as the university itself. Whether you are looking for a way to spend a beautiful spring afternoon or you want to immerse yourself in the rich culture of art, you should attend or enter the SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015.
Chalk the Walk brings the paved walkways of Savannah’s scenic Forsyth Park to life at SCAD’s 34th annual Sidewalk Arts Festival. This wonderful Festival gives students, alumni and prospective students the opportunity to create colorful chalk masterpieces and compete for coveted prizes. On Saturday, April 25, contestants will transform Forsyth Park into an open-air gallery lined with colorful works of chalk art that will take your breath away. If you are interested in entering the Festival, registration will begin on April 1 and will be open to SCAD students, SCAD alumni and high school students, as well. You have the option to register as an individual or as a group with no limitations on the number of members per group. Start planning what you want to create so you will be ready for SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015.
Prizes for the SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015 are something worth your time. SCAD undergraduate students, graduate students, alumni and prospective students will compete in their respective categories. Esteemed art and design professionals will judge each design. The rules for the Festival are simple. Each drawing must remain within the designated square area, and you must use only the chalk distributed for the competition. With a few other rules, competing in the contest is an exciting experience. Chalk distribution begins at 10 A.M. and contestants need to pick up their chalk by 11 A.M. at the distribution tent. If you choose not to claim your square, it will be given to someone else. The judging will begin at 2 P.M. and the final results will be announced at about 4 P.M.
This is a fun day for not only the participants but also people observing the art being created. Take time to stroll through the entire park to look at the different styles of art that each person creates. SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015 is a great event to attend, no matter if you are an art guru or just someone who enjoys festivals.
The SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015 is a fantastic event to attend this April. There is no better place to stay while in the area than at the President’s Quarters’ Inn. Choose from the 16 beautifully decorated rooms the Inn has to offer. This exquisite Savannah boutique hotel will provide you complimentary Southern breakfast. Enjoy favorites such as muffins, pastries, French toast, or eggs Benedict. Come stay with us and enjoy the SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015.
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The Best Savannah Walking Tours 20 Feb 2015, 12:30 am
Looking for the perfect way to tour the beautiful city of Savannah? There is no better way to explore the city than taking in the sights on a Savannah walking tour. We, here at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn, want you to have the time of your life in the city. One of our favorite ways to explore Savannah is on a walking tour. Don’t know about any walking tours? Don’t worry! Here are our favorite walking tours to take in the city of Savannah.
1. Ghost Tour
This tour is not for the weak at heart. You might be scared out of your mind while on a Ghost Tour. Guests will learn about local legends, house hauntings, and even the occasional house exorcism on a Ghost Tour of Savannah. This evening tour takes you through the stunning old colonial part of the historic district. Hold on to your senses as you take a twilight stroll beneath the moss sprinkled trees and along Savannah’s shadowy squares as tales are told of the old Gullah traditions and superstitions!! Find out about Savannah’s spooky past on a Ghost Tour!
2. Civil War Walking Tour
For all you history buffs out there, you are going to have a blast to the past on one of Savannah’s finest Civil War walking tours. Guests on a Civil War tour will see the houses involved in the Great War between the states and so much more. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will bring the history of Savannah back to life as you learn about military strategies of both sides as well as how locals endured the hardships of the war. Kids will be captivated by the exciting and intriguing past. Make sure to bring your camera along to capture all the fantastic memories!
3. The Savannah Stroll
Learn about Savannah’s rich history and culture on a Savannah Stroll tour. Guests will learn about the best shopping and dining in Savannah as well as its fascinating history. Whether you want a brief overview or an in-depth story of the city, a Savannah Stroll Tour is the way to go. The Savannah Stroll is the best way to see the history and culture of Savannah from ancient times to the present day. The tour is designed to scratch the surface of the city’s rich history. Kids and adults will have a fantastic time! This is one of our favorite Savannah walking tours.
Now that you know about a few of the best Savannah walking tours to take, it is time for you to book your trip to the historic city. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn offers a selection of lovely rooms and suites, which are all elegantly decorated to match the southern charm of the city. This charming bed and breakfast, located right on Oglethorpe Square, neighbors several prominent historical sites and offers easy access to all the best Savannah walking tours. Grab your walking shoes and hit the cobble stone streets of Savannah on one of the many walking tours offered! We can hardly wait to see you soon!
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Our Favorite Shops on Whitaker Street 16 Feb 2015, 9:30 am
Grab a friend and hit one of Savannah’s finest shopping streets! Lined with charming boutiques, Whitaker Street is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon as you wander down the street and pop in and out of shops. The Presidents’ Quarters Inn is located only 5 minutes away from this delightful street. When you come to visit us, you will have easy access to everything that Savannah has to offer, from fine dining to superb shopping! One of our favorite places to shop in the beautiful city of Savannah is Whitaker Street. Here is what you need to know about our favorite shops on Whitaker Street.
1. Custard Boutique
Custard Boutique is an adorable little store that offers a diverse range of styles. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you with whatever your needs may be. Custard is about dressing women, in classy yet elegant clothing. Whether you are looking for a chic dress for an evening on the town or a casual but classy outfit for a luncheon with the in-laws, Custard Boutique has it all! This is one of our favorite shops on Whitaker Street.
2. French Knot
Located in the historic Savannah, French Knot specializes in embroidery, needlepoint, and all things stitching. French Knot brings traditional hand stitching to a chic and modern atmosphere. Whether you want a pillow or a blanket embroidered, French Knot will take care of whatever your needs may be. If you are looking for a place to embroider something for you, head on over to French Knot.
3. La Paperie
Looking for a fantastic place to have your wedding invitations made? Look no further than Le Paperie! This unique little shop offers stationery, journals, and gifts! Whether you are looking for a gift for the your special someone or a friend, Le Paperie has the perfect thing for you! The owner Debbie carries items for every occasion, from functional to fashionable. Take time to check out this hidden treasure while shopping on Whitaker Street.
4. One Fish Two Fish
Offering furniture, home décor, linens, gifts, jewelry, handbags, clothing and so much more, One Fish Two Fish has it all! Storeowner Jennifer opened the doors of this charming little shop in 1998 and hasn’t looked back since. Drawing visitors from all over the world, One Fish Two Fish is a must when in the city of Savannah! Visit this quaint little store and find a treasure to take back with you!
Now that you know about a few of our favorite shops on Whitaker Street, 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! We can hardly wait to see you soon!
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