Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Inns Magazine Features Romantic Inns of Savannah, Georgia in August 2014 Issue

SAVANNAH, Georgia (August 20, 2014) -- "The beautiful Romantic Inns of Savannah - Just featured in the Fall issue of Inns E-Magazine" was exciting news to read in the B&B association's Facebook post from Inns Magazine.

Inns Magazine spotlights Romantic Savannah Inns in August 2014; Savannah GA named "Best Fall Getaways" by US Travel News
Inns Magazine highlights Romantic Savannah in its Fall Escapes 2014, August 2014 issue.  "It's a wonderful echo that is perfectly timed!" states Jackie Heinz, marketing chair for the Savannah inns' association.

In August 2014, #Savannah was named #4 on @USNewsTravel's list of the "14 Best Fall Getaways!"


In the Inns Magazine feature, the City of Savannah -- Hostess City of the South -- gets a nod not just for its rich history and world-famous architecture, "but for the warm, welcome people who live there."

"We are extremely pleased that Romantic Inns in Savannah endeared the magazine's editor, Mary Hughes, to align our historic bed and breakfast inns with Savannah's reputation for a friendly welcome, synonymous with southern hospitality at its best," states Jackie Heinz of Zeigler House Inn.

"Happily, each of our twelve Romantic Inns in Savannah serves as a poster star of B&B tourism in America's most beautiful city -- Savannah, Georgia USA!" adds Diane Crews of Green Palm Inn, co-chair of the marketing committee. "Jeepers! Let's give our little historic Savannah inns a great big HOORAY!" 

The Romantic Savannah story is on page 17, available here online

About Romantic Inns of Savannah

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 non-profit organization. Situated along the southeast Atlantic Ocean coast, Savannah's National Landmark Historic District (2.5 miles) is home to the city's smallest to grand Golden Era restored home inns — private carriage houses to 16-room European-style town homes and mansions — that dot prestigious, quiet residential neighborhoods downtown. Elite among America's original 13 colonies, Savannah is prized for its southern traditions, award-winning architecture that survived the American Civil War (1861-1865), urban and coastal landscapes, the arts, heritage festivals, and international commerce. For more information --, Twitter @RomanticInns, Facebook and Pinterest. Press Contact: Jackie Heinz, innkeeper @ zeiglerhouseinn [dot] com, or Diane Crews, GreenPalmInn @ aol [dot] com.