Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Savannah Special B&B Summer Deals Announced by Romantic Inns Association in Historic Savannah, Georgia USA

Savannah, GA (June 26, 2013) -- An historic inns, members' collective -- Romantic Inns of Savannah, Georgia USA -- announces unique 2013 summer discounts to encourage a summer trip to Savannah, with lodging at the popular, privately owned bed and breakfasts in the downtown Savannah historic district.

Refreshing beverages and a delightful breakfast
are complimentary amenities at each Savannah
B&B lodging member of Romantic Inns of Savannah.
In addition to Summer in Savannah lodging deals, a long list of amenity options highlight the generous southern hospitality found in Romantic Inns of Savannah. Take a glimpse at a new historic Savannah inns association video -- "Romantic Inn of Savannah: The Savannah Way to Stay."

Summer enticements to travel to Savannah and incentives to stay in the stately to cottage historic inns range from a chilled tea party to a quintessential Savannah picnic, summertime discounts, and seasonal deals. Eight inns have posted a special offer on the association's web site --

"Clearly, the early Summer in Savannah'deals are our personal enticements to stay in our historic inns, and are our personal invitations to visit beautiful Savannah, Georgia -- a city we love enough to invest millions to live here ourselves," states the association's marketing chair, Jackie Heinz of Zeigler House Inn.

"Summer is the best time to take full advantage of the best rates, an unhurried leisured-pace, gracious southern hospitality, and generous amenities our historic cottages and stately home inns," adds Diane McCray, innkeeper at Green Palm Inn and marketing committee member.

Travel editors have encouraged travelers to book lodging in the historic inns. "Guests adore Savannah from the outside in. They love it more from the inside out with lodging in character rich bed and breakfast inns. Here history, charming comforts, and storytelling enhance the experience. We simply are adding our famously friendly invitations, especially to our loyal B&B travelers and to first-time bed and breakfast travelers," states Jackie.

Summer in Savannah, frequently called 'America's most beautiful city', is a slower pace and less busy, less bustling and less packed. Along with the treasures that are classic Savannah, the National Landmark Historic District is where architecture, shopping, the arts and entertainment offer up something new and refreshing to do in Savannah any time of year. The multicultural cuisine is gaining in notoriety, especially in restaurants owned by the executive chefs.

In addition to Savannah's shade from the canopy of grand trees, more cool spots are the art galleries and museums, restored mansion tours, and legendary pubs. Tybee Island beach and the delightfully fun options of getting out on the water supplement the nightlife and daytime culture in the heart of Savannah's fun city.

Below are the first wave of summer specials from Romantic Inns' members. Follow the association on Twitter -- @RomanticInns and check the association web site for new offers, which will be updated throughout summer 2013. Events, festivals and things to do are also posted on the association web site.

Zeigler House Inn
Free "Chilled Tea Party for Two!" now through August! July 15 – August 29, 2013 stay: $159/night Monday -Thur.; Fri. - Sunday 15% off high season rates. Breakfast & parking included. 866-233-5307 or 912-233-5307.

Green Palm Inn
June, July & August 2013 add a "Picnic for 2", plus Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace tour to your 2- or 3-day summer stay! Free with 3-night stay. $25 with a 2-night stay. Toll free 888-606-9510 or local 912-447-8901.

Presidents' Quarters Inn
Romantic Inns' special: All rooms 20% off. Rates for online bookings reflect discounted specials. Rates include lodging, parking, breakfast, hors d'oeuvres and wine. Toll Free 800-233-1776 or local 912/233-1600.

Armstrong Inns
Summer Special: ** 15% off regular rates on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. In-room bottle of wine on arrival, complimentary silk rose petals on bed upon request. Call 912-232-9175.

McMillan Inn
Summer discount: $25 off the total with a 2-night or more stay when you mention summer special at time of booking. Call 912-201-2128.

Olde Savannah Inn
Book 2 nights and get 50% off the third night. Book 3 nights, get the 4th night absolutely Free. Cannot be combined with gift certificates or previous reservations. Offer expires Sept. 30, 2013. Call 912-247-8254.

Catherine Ward House Inn
All teachers receive a 10% discount on any room reserved for a stay between Sunday and Thursday during July, August, and September 2013. Call toll free 800-327-4270 or local 912/234-8564

1895 Inn
Receive $25.00 off each room night between July 25 - August 28, 2013. Call toll free 866-900-1895 between 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Eastern time. Mention offer, “Romantic Inns of Savannah summer special”.

Add required 13% taxes (includes federal, state and local) to all specials and Savannah lodging rates. For more information, contact via Twitter @RomanticInns or use the contact form on the web site, here.

A collective marketing association of family--owned historic home inns (circa 1855 - 1898), Romantic Inns of Savannah LLC interprets and romanticizes southern hospitality a dozen different ways in Savannah, Georgia USA -- renown as North America's most beautiful city. Let Savannah Romance You!™" is the invitation from the bed and breakfasts' non-profit organization. Situated along the southeast Atlantic Ocean coast, Savannah's National Landmark Historic District (2.5 square miles) is home to the city's smallest restored home inns -- private carriage houses to 16-room European-style town homes -- that dot prestigious, quiet residential neighborhoods. Elite among America's original 13 colonies, Savannah is prized for its southern traditions and architecture that survived the American Civil War (1861-1865), urban and coastal landscapes, the arts, international cuisine and commerce. For more information --, Twitter @RomanticInns & Facebook. Press Contact: Sandy Traub,

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