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This 144-Year-Old Savannah Inn Has a History You Won’t Believe

Savannah is filled to the brim with history from the roads to the trees to the very architecture most buildings reside in now.[...]
Savannah is filled to the brim with history from the roads to the trees to the very architecture most buildings reside in now.[...]

Hidden Gem: Azalea Inn and Villas

If you’re looking for the ultimate Savannah experience, look no further than Azalea Inn and Villas. This elegant mansion and B&B combines[...]
If you’re looking for the ultimate Savannah experience, look no further than Azalea Inn and Villas. This elegant mansion and B&B combines[...]

Park Avenue Manor for the Holidays

Enjoy Park Avenue Manor’s Signature dish this holiday season. Park Avenue Manor was originally built for Ellen Kelly in 1889, the property[...]
Enjoy Park Avenue Manor’s Signature dish this holiday season. Park Avenue Manor was originally built for Ellen Kelly in 1889, the property[...]

Throwback Thursday: The Kehoe House

In 1842, at the age of ten, William Kehoe emigrated to America from County Wexford, Ireland, with his mother, father, four brothers[...]
In 1842, at the age of ten, William Kehoe emigrated to America from County Wexford, Ireland, with his mother, father, four brothers[...]

Dog Friendly Savannah, Part 2

By Guest Blogger, Shawndra Russell You already know about Savannah’s dog friendly dining options, but where can you bring Fido to get[...]
By Guest Blogger, Shawndra Russell You already know about Savannah’s dog friendly dining options, but where can you bring Fido to get[...]

Join The Eliza Thompson House November 4 – 30th for their 165th Anniversary Celebration!

One-hundred and sixty-five years ago, in November of 1847, Joseph Thompson completed the construction on his family’s Jones Street home, now known[...]
One-hundred and sixty-five years ago, in November of 1847, Joseph Thompson completed the construction on his family’s Jones Street home, now known[...]
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