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Early Spring Events in Savannah

February 4, 2016 by Teresa Jacobson

Savannah’s St Patrick’s Day celebration on March 17th may be the city’s biggest event, but there are many events in the Spring to entertain you while on your next Savannah getaway.  Early Spring Events in Savannah feature art, music, history and fun for all.

March 4th

March 11th

Greening of the Fountain

March 12th – Two FREE, family friendly Irish Culture festivals with music, dancing, food, and fun

March 17th – March 19th

Celebrating St Patrick's Day

March 24th – April 9th

Savannah Music Festival

March 26th – April 3rd

  • The Savannah Tour of Homes and Gardens offers guests the chance to go inside some of Savannah’s most beautiful homes and admire what the families for generations have treasured.

Savannah Home & Garden Tour

April 1st

 

April 2nd – Two events fun for grown-ups and kids alike!

 

April 9th

 

April 9th & 10th 

  • Fort Pulaski commemorates the 154th anniversary of the battle for the Georgia Fort during Siege Weekend.

 

Keep in touch!  We always know where all the fun is!

Fort Pulaski Seige Weekend

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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Romance In Savannah

January 15, 2016 by Teresa Jacobson

Valentine’s Day on the horizon has you thinking about romance doesn’t it.  Savannah is the perfect romantic getaway for Valentine’s Day or anytime. We’ll make all the arrangements for the perfect date and romance in Savannah.

Rekindle The Romance at Azalea Inn

Rekindle The Romance at Azalea Inn

 

 

 

Begin with the Rekindle the Romance Package we offer at The Azalea Inn & Villas.  Luxurious accommodations with wine, chocolate covered strawberries, and a rose petal turndown set the mood for romance.

 

 

Take a private carriage ride with Carriage Tours of Savannah to roof top lounge Top Deck to watch the sunset over the Savannah River.

 

The Pink House

The Pink House

 

 

 

After the sun has gone down, take a Short stroll through historic Johnson Square to The Olde Pink House for a delicious and romantic dinner steeped in Old South nostalgia that only The Olde Pink House mansion can offer.

 

Another short walk back through Johnson Square and Ellis Square for after dinner drinks at Jazz’d where you will hear Savannah’s best jazz musicians.

 

If you’re ready to head back to the Inn, jump into a Savannah Pedicab for two under a blanket for a leisurely ride back to the Inn.

Midnight Ghost City Tour

Midnight Ghost City Tour

 

If you’re not quite ready to turn in, a Midnight Ghost Tour with Ghost Tours of Savannah is a sure fire way to have your love holding you tight as you walk through Savannah’s squares hearing tales of Savannah’s Historic District’s deaths, murders, and haunting’s.

Guaranteed romance in Savannah!  And since you won’t want the romance to end, we’ll set up a new itinerary for the next night.  Come to Azalea Inn and let us pamper you and your love silly.

 

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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Three Music Festivals In Savannah For Spring

December 31, 2015 by Teresa Jacobson

Savannah has three fantastic reasons for music lovers to book now for Spring.

Savannah Music Festival – The Savannah Music Festival has been called one of the best events around the world by USA Today and The London Times.   Running from March 24 – April 9, the festival produces concerts by renowned artists in jazz, classical and a wide variety of American and international roots music in 11 intimate venues throughout Savannah’s historic district.   You can find the full line-up of shows and buy tickets now on the Savannah Music Festival website.  Here are a few artists you don’t want to miss.

Marc Broussard

Steve Riley & Mamou Playboy

Blue Highway

Pink Martini featuring China Forbes

Savannah Stopover Festival – What started as an opportunity for bands to stop and play in Savannah on their way to the prestigious SXSW Festival in Austin, TX, the Savannah Stopover Festival has become a chosen destination for regional and national bands and a must see Savannah Music Festival.  80 bands will fill small to mid-size venues across Savannah’s Historic District March 10 -12.  See the Savannah Stopover Festival website for a full list of bands.  Here are a few acts you won’t want to miss:

Future Birds

No BS Brass Band

Christopher Paul Stelling

 

Tara Feis – The week before Savannah’s legendary St Patrick’s Day celebration, the city kicks off with Tara Feis.   Tara Feis stands out starkly as the family-oriented can’t-miss Irish celebration, saluting authentic Irish heritage and music without the alcohol.  The festival for 2016 will be on Saturday, March 12th in Savannah’s Emmet Park.  One of the most beloved dance and music festivals in Savannah, the event will feature Ciaran Sheehan (Star of Phantom of the Opera) and Cathy Maguire (Star of Ireland in Song).

 

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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Savannah Lights Up

November 30, 2015 by Teresa Jacobson

Savannah lights up like no other southern city during the holidays.  Lights around the squares, in the gardens, one the water and in the sky.  Here are five of most beautifully lit places to be during the holidays in the hostess city of the South.

Downtown Historic District – Savannah’s historic beauty is magnified with festive decoration and lights during the holidays.  What is already a beautiful and unique stroll down cobblestone streets becomes magic among endless twinkling lights.  Saturday December 12th, enjoy the Downtown Neighborhood Association’s Holiday Tour of Homes and experience the inside of Savannah’s most beautiful private historic homes lavishly decorated for the holidays.

Photo credit Visit Savannah

Photo credit Visit Savannah

 

Lighted Christmas Parade – The holiday festivities begin on River Street on Friday December 4th with fireworks lighting up the sky over the river.  Then on Saturday December 5th, River Street will be lit from end to end with a parade of lights that will move through downtown and end in City Market.  A great family friendly event that is an annual tradition and a local favorite.

 

December Night & Holiday Lights at the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens is an incredible display of lights using the garden grounds as the canvas.  From now until Christmas Eve, embark on a casual self-guided leisurely walking tour through differently themed garden areas.

 

Tours by Candlelight – Savannah lights up with a glow on December 18th & 19th Fort Pulaski commemorates the Confederate Nog party of 1861 each year during the holiday season with Candle Lantern Tours. The long-lived Savannah tradition provides night-time tours of the historic fort by candlelight and oil lamps.  The Davenport House Museum has tours by Candlelight from December 26th – 30th.  The Federal-style home glistening by candlelight welcomes visitors to experience celebrations of early 19th century Savannahians. Light refreshments, music and skilled interpreters, who show visitors through the home, are among the highlights of the presentation.

 

Stage Lights – If lights of the stage is what you’d like to see, Savannah fantastic options.  See a glitz and glitter production of Holiday Traditions at The Savannah Theater from now until Christmas.  Or join Savannah’s best local musicians at The Lucas Theater to hear your favorite holiday carols and jazz at The Lucas Theater Christmas Cabaret December 17th – 19th.

There is no better time to bask in the beauty that is Savannah than in the glow of the holiday lights!  Come see us!

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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Stay With Monet

November 11, 2015 by Teresa Jacobson

Monet has come to Telfair Museum in Savannah and Azalea Inn & Villas wants to show him to you with our Stay With Monet Package.

Experience world class art in Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District at Telfair Museums Jepson Center. Monet and American Impressionism highlights the work of more than 20 American artists who launched a new way of painting in response to the influence of French Impressionism. The exhibition presents four paintings by Claude Monet alongside paintings and prints by many of the leading figures of American Impressionism.  Six of the painting are major American Impressionist paintings from Telfair’s own collection.  The Azalea Inn is thrilled to share with you this incredible opportunity to see these groundbreaking works of art.

Claude Monet - Waterloo Bridge

Claude Monet – Waterloo Bridge

Are you easily impressed? No? Well, we think we can and will impress you with our Stay with Monet Package. From November 1, 2015 to January 24, 2016, book two nights at the Inn and then enjoy incredible pricing on our Stay With Monet Package that includes passes to the Monet and American Impressionism Exhibit and much, much more!

Stay With Monet Package

Stay With Monet Package

 

Package to include:

  • Freshly prepared southern gourmet breakfast for two
  • Early evening wine and hors d’oeuvres
  • Nightcap and dessert
  • Museum Passes for two ($94 value) that provide entry to the three Telfair Museums sites: Telfair Academy, Jepson Center (location of the Monet Exhibit) & the Owens-Thomas House
  • 10% off at the museum gift shop
  • A special gift for you when you arrive

 

Monet's Oat Field

Monet’s Oat Field

 

 

 

Book any two nights with us and this package price is yours for only $21!  Book now, use Promo Code:  “Monet”!

 

Visit www.Telfair.org for more information about the exhibit and all Telfair Museum sites.

 

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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Top 5 Places To Run In Savannah

October 22, 2015 by Teresa Jacobson

Savannah’s Rock and Roll Marathon is right around the corner and people are running everywhere.  To help our guests get ready, we wanted to share with you our top 5 places to run in Savannah.

Forsyth Park – Less than 2 blocks from Azalea Inn, Forsyth is our #1 choice for stretching your legs.  Smack in the middle of Savannah’s Historic Districts, you won’t find a more beautiful place to soak in Savannah while you get your run in.  The 1 mile path around the park is under the shade of massive oak trees and takes you past Forsyth Parks iconic fountain and endless beautiful historic architecture.


Daffin Park
– Daffiin Park is located at the most southern end of Savannah’s Historic Districts on Victory Drive.  The park has 80 acres of fields, ponds, playgrounds, a dog park and Grayson Baseball Stadium.  There is a 1.5 mile paved trail around the entire park so you don’t miss a thing.


Lake Mayer
– 10 minutes from downtown Savannah is Lake Mayer Community Park on the edge of Historic Sandfly.  There is a 1.5 mile paved jogging trail and fitness course that wraps around the beautiful 35 acre lake.  Hit Sandfly after a run for great food and shopping.


McQueen Island Rails to Trails
– Take HWY 80 13 miles from downtown Savanna to the entrance of Fort Pulaski.  Park right outside the gate and lace up.  Enjoy 6 miles of trail along the Savannah River to the end of McQueen Island.


River Stree
t and the Stairs down to it – The stretch of River Street with shops, restaurants, and monuments is just under 1 mile and has a beautiful view of the Savannah River and Hutchinson Island on the other side.  Where you can make up for any lack of distance on your run is to tackle one of the staircases that leads you down to the river a few times.  It’s an adventure for some, you have to be careful, but they never disappoint the thighs.


Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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The Holiday Season in Savannah at Azalea Inn

October 9, 2015 by Teresa Jacobson

The holiday season in Savannah is upon us and brings the perfect reason for you to visit Savannah.  Shopping, relaxation, and fun!

Get a jump on your holiday shopping on Broughton Street.  In addition to national bands like Anthropology, Urban Outfitter, and Ann Taylor Loft, you’ll find some of Savannah’s most unique stores and boutiques.

Paris Market – Unique antique and vintage home décor.

Savannah Bee Company – Savannah’s own destination for specialty honeys, naturally luxurious body care, and other honeybee inspired gifts.

The Salt Table – The Salt Table features free tasting samples of hundreds of different salts, seasonings, sugars, teas, dips, blends, Amish popcorn, and even local honey.


You deserve a break.

Take a vacation for the holidays and let Azalea Inn take care of all the details.  Thanksgiving at the Inn always feels like home.  Enjoy a gourmet Thanksgiving dinner around our table with friends from around the world.  The menu for this year is coming together but you’ll see from last year’s menu that our Chef isn’t kidding.  And you don’t have to clean up.

APPETIZERS
Three Cheese Artichoke Dip, Stuffed Endive, Assorted Fruits, Cheeses and Crackers
Wine:  Prosecco

FIRST COURSE
Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup
Wine: Santa Marina Pinot Noir

SECOND COURSE
Spinach Pecan wilted Salad with Goat Cheese and a Sweet & Spicy Vinaigrette
Wine: Kung Fu Girl Bone Dry Riesling

THIRD COURSE
Prime Rib with Rosemary Demi-Glace & Fried Shallots, Horseradish Mashed Yukon Gold Potato, Lemon Garlic Grilled Asparagus, Ginger Glazed Baby Carrots
Wine: Cantena Malbec

DESSERT
Peppermint Cheesecake

Azalea Inn & Villas Dining

Azalea Inn & Villas Dining


Many of Savannah’s premier events take place around the holidays.

11/8 – Rascal Flats Free concert in Forsyth Park – The Rock N’ Roll Marathon brings great music to Savannah!

11/9 – 11/15 – The Savannah Food & Wine Festival – The festival celebrates wine and culinary excellence in Savannah with wine dinners, tasting events, festival and more.

11/13 – 11/15 – 21st Annual Telfair Art Festival – This beloved outdoor event in the heart of historic Savannah features 85 national and local artists set up around Telfair Square.

12/4 – 12/5 – Christmas On The River – Celebrate the Christmas season on River Street with fireworks, shopping & The Christmas Light Parade to City Market.

 

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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Hidden Off The Beaten Path In Savannah

September 21, 2015 by Teresa Jacobson

We like to share local secrets with our guests.  Those hidden gems with the best Savannah has to offer.  Today we’re going to give you our top 5 best off the beaten path places to eat.

 

Basement of the Pink House
Everybody knows that the Pink House is a Savannah favorite with great food and an authentic Savannah atmosphere.  What visitors don’t know is that there is a cozy basement lounge that you can settle into for cocktails and dinner.  Less formal than upstairs, the basement with its brink walls wraps you up in a real feel of Savannah.

The Pink House basement

The Pink House basement

Desposito’s Seafood in Thunderbolt.
Appropriately, Southern Living calls Desposito’s a ‘seafood dive’.   A tin roof, antique neon beer signs and day old newspapers for table cloths, there is nothing fancy about Desposito’s.  Just minutes from downtown, it’s been open for 50 years and there is a reason.  No-nonsense good, fresh seafood.  Try anything steamed and you will talk about the deviled crab for the rest of your life.

Desposito's Seafood

Desposito’s Seafood

Masada Café
Skip the long lines at Mrs Wilkes and head just 2 miles west out Bay Street from downtown to Masada Café for the best southern cooking in Savannah.   Open for lunch Tuesday – Sunday in the United House of Prayer, the Masada Café has the best soul food and hospitality around.  Southern Living featured them as their Delicious Find Of The Month and their red rice recipe.  It’s also a bargain under $10.

Masada Cafe

Masada Cafe

Wine tastings and TV dinners at Noble Fare
Noble Fare is tucked away off the beaten path down Jefferson Street, but is widely known for culinary excellence.  You can’t get in there without a reservation.  Only those who closely follow them on Facebook or Twitter hear about their wine tastings and TV dinners.  Announced only a few days in advance, the spots go fast.  Taste their best wines and enjoy the Chef’s TV dinner.  TV dinners are made up of whatever deliciousness the Chef has in the kitchen and are usually around only $15.

Noble Fare TV Dinner

Noble Fare TV Dinner

Broughton Market Bahn Mi
On the corner of Drayton and Broughton Streets is the Broughton Market.   What looks like your run of the mill convenience store, Brought Market has a counter serving Vietnamese Bahn mi sandwiches.   Many locals have called them life changing.  We’re going to be in big trouble for letting this one out.

Broughton Market Bahn Mi Sandwich

Broughton Market Bahn Mi Sandwich

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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Savannah’s Top 5 Haunted Places And Their Stories

August 31, 2015 by Teresa Jacobson

Savannah has been called the most haunted city in America many times.   There are centuries of southern drama embedded in the architecture and burial grounds of the Historic District.  The stories behind the haunting’s are as intriguing as the events.  Here are Savannah’s top 5 haunted places and their stories.

 

1. Wright Square and the ghost of Alice Ryley.  Alice Ryley was a young Irish immigrant who worked as an indentured servant for a cruel aristocrat named William Wise.  On March 16, 1734, Alice, tired of Mr. Wise’s abuse, murdered him with the help of her lover.  A pregnant Alice Ryley was sentenced to death by hanging in the gallows of Wright Square, but not until after her baby was born.   Just days after her son was born, Alice became the first woman in Georgia to be executed as she wailed for her new born child.  Alice’s ghost has been seen many times wondering Wright Square and has been heard crying for her baby.

Wright Square - photo by Visit Historic Savannah

Wright Square – photo by Visit Historic Savannah

2. The Kehoe House on Columbia Square. While most associate haunting with tragedy and violence, the haunting at The Kehoe House seems to be more curious and friendly.  The house was completed in 1892 when Mr. and Mrs. Kehoe and their ten children moved into their new home.   Having changed hands a few times since, the house has been a boarding house, funeral parlor, and held for a time by football star, Joe Namath.  In 1992 the house opened as a bed and breakfast and reviews from guests have regularly reported encounters since.  Children in the hallways, a gentleman in the original study, laughing children where there are none, and guests objects being oddly placed.

The Kehoe House

The Kehoe House

3. The Marshall House was built and opened in 1851 as a hotel in Savannah’s premier shopping district of Brought Street. From 1865-1865 the hotel was occupied by General Sherman’s Union army and used as a hospital.  Again in 1876 the hotel was used as a hospital during a yellow fever epidemic that killed over 1,000 people.  The death in the building is blamed for frequent strange sightings and occurrences.  Guests report figures that appear and disappear, running down hallways with no person in sight, and in particular, water faucets turning themselves on.

The Marshall House

The Marshall House

4. The Old Pink House. Now one of Savannah’s most popular restaurants, The Pink House was built in 1771 by James Habersham Jr.  Mr Habersham is rumored to have hung himself in the basement of the building in 1799 distraught over his wife’s death.  The building has been occupied by the Union Army, served as a bank, and eventually a tea room opened in the 1930’s.  The restaurant has been open for over 50 years.  Servers and patrons alike have experienced and seen strange things.  A manly figure thought to be Mr. Habersham is seen in the winter months typically on quiet Sunday afternoons.  Candles that are blown out are known to re-light.  A woman sobbing has been heard on the second floor, many women have complained of someone holding the basement bathroom door so they couldn’t exit, and wine bottle frequently move in the basement tavern.  A security camera captured what many think is a ghost in 2011.

 

The Pink House

The Pink House

5. 432 Abercorn Street on Calhoun Square. This is more of an UNSTORY with a creepy ending.  Built in 1868 for General Benjamin J. Wilson, the house at 432 Abercorn has been a favorite stop for ghost tours in Savannah for years.   Once one of the most grand homes of the city, the property now sits empty and dilapidated in the middle of the historic district.  Stories of neglected children that died, murdered families, and disappearing persons are among the tales that ghost tours will tell.  While none of those stories are true, the only historically relevant fact is that the area of Calhoun Square was a slave burial ground.  What can’t be denied is the intensely ill feeling that many people have described that comes over them when venture around the property.  Frequently electronics such as phones and cameras won’t work when near the house.  In other words, bad juju around 432 Abercorn.

432 Abercorn Street

432 Abercorn Street

 

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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The Squares of Bull Street in Historic Savannah

August 21, 2015 by Teresa Jacobson

Many times we’ve told a visitor who wants to get a good feel for Savannah to walk the squares of Bull Street.  Start at Bay Street and walk south down Bull Street to Forsyth Park.  The walk will take you through five of Savannah’s iconic squares.  The monuments and plaques in those squares tell stories of Savannah’s rich history as you stroll under moss and oaks past historic homes, architecture, shops, and restaurants.   The walk is less than 1 mile, but you could spend all day on Bull Street.

 

1)  Johnson Square is the oldest and largest square in Savannah and surrounded by some of the most magnificent buildings downtown.  City Hall, Christ Church Episcopal (Georgia’s first) Nathanael Greene monument  and several large banks.  The Nathanael Greene monument in Johnson Square honors one of America’s top Revolutionary War officers. Brigadier General Nathanael Greene (1742-1786) was second only to George Washington.  Green and his son are buried under the monument.  A bench in tribute to the legendary songwriter Johnny Mercer and a sundial in honor of Colonel William Bull who helped Oglethorpe layout and settle Savannah are also in the square.

 

2) Wright Square has two of the most impressive monuments in all of downtown.  A towering statue of William Washington Gordon and an enormous boulder over the burial site of Creek leader Tomichichi with his burial site.

 

3)  Chippewa Square is in the center of Savannah’s Historic District.  The Historic Savannah Theater, The First Baptist Church and the Moses Eastman House are around the square as well as restaurants and shops.  A monument to Savannah founder James Edward Oglethorpe towers over the center of the square and Forrest Gump sat on a bench in Chippewa Square talking about chocolates.

 

4) Madison Square has history and haunting’s and a great selection of restaurants and shops. Named for U.S. President James Madison, the monument of this square is an 1888 statue by Alexander Doyle memorializing Sgt. William Jasper, a soldier of courageous acts in the Siege of Savannah.  The Green-Meldrim House, where General Sherman stayed after taking Savannah, is on Madison Square next to St. John’s Episcopal Church.

 

5) At the center of Monterey Square  is statue of Casimir Pulaski, a Polish nobleman who came to Savannah seeking a better life and sacrificed his life in the Siege of Savannah in 1779.   The Mercer-Williams House, the setting for the murder in “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” is part of the reason Monterey Square is widely considered the most picturesque of all the squares of Bull Street in historic Savannah.

 

Forsyth Park is over 30 acres of the most beautiful urban green space in America and was named after Georgia Governor at the time of the expansion in 1851, John Forsyth.  Modeled after the fountains found in Place de la Concorde in Cuzco, Peru, the iconic Forsyth Fountain was added to the North end of the park in 1858.  Savannah’s Confederate Memorial Statue stand just south of the fountain and is meant to commemorate those volunteers who gave their lives fighting for the Confederacy.  There is also a Spanish-American War statue.  Forsyth Park is home to the Farmer’s Market every Saturday, a site for concerts during the Savannah Jazz Festival, and a host to free movies in the park every few months and the destination for all kinds of festivals and special events throughout the year.

 

Forsyth Park Fountain

Forsyth Park Fountain

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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