Don’t let those resolutions get you down. We’re halfway through the most healthy month of the year and you’ll do just fine as long as you don’t forget about Valentine’s Day. That’s right. Don’t you dare forget about Valentine’s Day. You can start drinking again, skip the gym or do whatever you’ve sworn off of in the New Year. Believe me you won’t mind as long as you set up the year right with your sweetheart at our B&B in Savannah.
I know, I know. Valentine’s is a commercial holiday that doesn’t really mean anything. Those couples you see on Valentine’s Day are just faking it for the sake of the holiday. Or ARE THEY?
Test the theory. Become one of those couples this Valentine’s Day. Here’s how.
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There are so many romantic things to do in Savannah. Romance is waiting for you and that special someone at Azalea Inn & Gardens, the most romantic B&B in historic Savannah Georgia. If you’re wondering, “what are some romantic things to do in Savannah?” – we’ve got your answer.
Let us paint you a picture. You and your love strolling down streets lined with historic architecture and live oak trees dripping with moss. You and your love taking a horse-drawn carriage tour around the city and sipping wine, cocktail or hot chocolate as you meander around the squares of Savannah – rated one of the top 10 best walking cities in the U.S. by Walking Magazine. In this modestly sized yet grandly adorned city you’ll fall in love all over again – easily.
When you are tired of walking and in the mood for some real romance – hey, even MSN included Savannah among top 8 romantic cities of North America, thank your lucky stars you found Azalea Inn & Gardens. Nestled at the edge of the historic district with all the amenities, without all the noise, you’ll be greeted by wine and hors d’oevres (everyday except Sunday). After you’ve enjoyed the treats, saunter back to a room where the sheets are smoother than a baby’s bottom, and snuggle up in the robes preferred by celebrities and every single guest that has stayed with us – ever. Light up your very own gas fireplace and let your imagination take it from there. Sneak back into our imagination and back into the dining room for a fresh, home-baked dessert every night. A little sugar is a nice energy boost!
After what might be the best night of your life, wake up lazily to breakfast in bed, or swap stories with the other guests around our family-style breakfast table. Your eyes dazzled by the hand-painted murals depicting Savannah’s history, your senses awakened by the culinary genius of the ladies who love to cook and have made it their job to make your food and warm your heart with some good old-fashioned southern hospitality. By the way have I mentioned that you are keeping company with the of the love of your life? He or she deserves and needs a special vacation, and when is the last time you’ve splurged on some romance? Oh, can’t remember? Let’s keep this story going a bit so you can make your move.
You can splurge on the jetted air tubs in Forsyth Place or Chinaberry Balcony, the 2-person jetted air tub in Cotton Exchange or the 2-person whirlpool tub in the Cottage Garden House. And you can schedule one of our romance packages. Or, you just chose some a la carte options we offer for romance, like breakfast in bed, chocolate covered strawberries, fresh flowers in your room, or a silk rose petal turndown accompanied by champagne. Whatever fits your mood and your personality, give us a call (912-236-6080) to reserve your romantic B&B room so we can help you arrange your vacation and come up with the most romantic things to do in Savannah, Georgia. We know all the top restaurants and all the massage therapists in town – because all this imagining is making ME want to run around for some romance in Savannah. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve your room today and begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”