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Spend Christmas in Savannah at Azalea Inn & Villas

November 2, 2014 by Teresa Jacobson

Christmas in Savannah

Join Joey for Christmas Dinner at Azalea Inn & Villas!

Plan A Christmas Vacation in Savannah

Are you looking to get away from all of the madness this Christmas? Do you just want to spend time with your beloved this holiday and leave the in-laws behind? How does escaping the cold and blustery winter weather sound? <Plan a Christmas Vacation!

Spend Christmas in Savannah at Azalea Inn & Villas and enjoy beautiful scenery, luxury amenities, and a delicious Christmas dinner.  Enjoy a splendid holiday in Savannah, and see the city come to life with holiday spirit!

Shop ‘til You Drop When You Spend Christmas in Savannah

Savannah is beautiful year round, but when you string up lights, garlands, and wreaths, the city seems to glow. Become enchanted as you walk the historic streets of Savannah, lined with holiday decorations. You’ll be in the holiday mood before you know it! Take a stroll down Broughton Street, a main street in the downtown historic area, and enjoy the festive decorations and all of the boutiques and shops. Do a little shopping when you visit Christmas in Savannah!  Broughton is the perfect location for that. After your day of shopping stop in to the Paris Market Café for some hot chocolate with pink whipped cream and a sweet treat!

Christmas in Savannah

Get in the holiday spirit with “A Christmas Tradition” at the Savannah Theater!

Get in the Christmas Spirit with a Holiday Show!

Sing along to Christmas standards at the Savannah Theater’s holiday show, “A Christmas Tradition” when you spend Christmas in Savannah. Enjoy the talented cast as they dance and sing your favorite Christmas standards. Feel free to chime in and sing along… you’ll be in the holiday spirit by the end of the night!

Enjoy a Scrumptious Christmas Dinner at Azalea Inn & Villas

Last year, we shared a wonderful Christmas dinner with our guests. Our menu was carefully decided, and each course paired with the perfect wine. We chose some of our favorite holiday recipes: scrumptious appetizers, a creamy wild mushroom soup, a delightful salad, prime rib with a rosemary demi-glace, and peppermint cheesecake for dessert! Sounds delicious, right?

Help Us Decide!

Well, this year, we would like to hear your input for our Christmas dinner! What are your favorite holiday recipes? What would you like to see for our holiday dinner when you spend Christmas in Savannah?  Email us at info@azaleainn.com and let us know!

Christmas in Savannah

Enjoy a luxurious Christmas Vacation in Savannah at Azalea Inn & Villas.

Stay at Azalea Inn When You Spend Christmas in Savannah

Visit Savannah for Christmas and make your plans to stay at Azalea Inn & Villas. Experience a luxurious and enchanting Christmas at our delightful bed & breakfast! Join us for our annual Christmas dinner and enjoy the beauty of Savannah. Call and book your room today!

Azalea Inn and Villas, 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 Jingle Bell Square

December 23, 2013 by Teresa Jacobson

It’s getting closer to Christmas and we just can’t wait to share the inn with everyone! And of course, what is the Christmas spirit without any music?  Did you know that Savannah has her Jingle Bell Square? That’s right! Jingle Bells was written right here in Savannah’s Troup Square!

 The Musician

James L. Pierpont was a talented Music Director of the Unitarian Church overlooking Troup Square and also served as a Confederate cavalry regiment. Of the many lyrics and compositions he wrote, Jingle Bells was the one that really took Savannah’s people and the world by storm for its catchy tune!

The Music of Savannah’s Jingle Bell Square

He wrote the composition and lyrics to Jingle Bells in 1853 under the title ‘One Horse Open Sleigh’. His initial inspiration for the song was drawn from the bells attached to the harnesses of horses whose purpose was to alert other carriages of your presence when you were coming to a blind intersection.

The bells were especially important when it snowed seeing as how you can’t hear the sleighs! Imagine if they didn’t think of having them? YIKES.

 Jingle Bells Today!

When it was reprinted in 1859 it was given the name ‘Jingle Bells.’ Since it’s become public domain the song has become a Christmas classic having been covered by scores of musicians all over the world! So come down to Troup Square on the corner of Habersham and Harris street in the Historic District! And from all of us at the Azalea Inn & Gardens: Have a Merry Christmas, a Happy Holiday, and a wonderful New Year!

 

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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