You’ll see Presidents’ Quarters Inn in the new Savannah travel video for Romantic Inns of Savannah: The Savannah Way to Stay. The inn’s Oglethorpe Square setting was a movie location also in Roots (1977), the popular television series. As one of a dozen historic bed and breakfasts in the marketing collective, we regard highly the smartness of shared brand messaging among our historic Savannah inns. We applaud the travel video’s focus on the generous complimentary amenities (varied by each B&B owner) in a dozen local, family owned Romantic Inns in the historic district. Below is the press release and video. Please enjoy and share your comments.
The courtyard at Presidents’ Quarters Inn, seen in “The Savannah Way to Stay”, a 2-minute mini-film produced by Romantic Inns of Savannah
SAVANNAH, Georgia (April 29, 2013) — In a town popular for its Savannah Film Festival and Hollywood movie making, it is no surprise that standout bed and breakfasts now turn the spotlight to themselves. In The Savannah Way to Stay the Romantic Inns of Savannah LLC highlights an important, yet overlooked word that defines their generosity — complimentary.
“What a delight to be pampered in so many unexpected ways,” announces Jim Carswell of Spyhop Productions, who produced and narrates the video. The association of privately owned Savannah bed and breakfasts in the National Landmark Historic District commissioned the USA travel video.
USA beach fun, plus more, for a mini-family vacation in Savannah on the Georgia Coast! April is the “Fairies and Gnomes Festival” at Oatland Island, a free admission week at Fort Pulaski National Monument, and the Turtle Trot beach race and turtle release on Tybee Island. May is “National Kids to Parks Day” (a Let’s Move! initiative). June is National Zoo and Aquarium month.
Skidaway Island State Park Playground & Picnic Tables. Free admission. $5 parking fee.
SAVANNAH Georgia — Many of Savannah’s best kept secrets for families are off the beaten path — natural, cultural, historical, and recreational vacation spots. With a bounty of family friendly attractions, Skidaway Island, Oatland Island, and Tybee Island are Georgia Barrier Islands that are easily accessible by car along the Georgia coast.
According to Presidents’ Quarters Inn, Savannah’s awarding-winning “Best Savannah Inn / B&B”, 2013 spring and summer family fun resources are plentiful for a mini family vacation in Savannah.
In fascinating ways kids can get up close with nature and learn about wildlife — mammals, birds, and reptiles — that live around Savannah, Georgia’s Atlantic Ocean coast line. Continue reading
In April 2013 the Sidewalk Art in Forsyth Park, river dolphin tours, free days at Fort Pulaski National Monument, and the First Annual Savannah Children’s Museum Bug Festival will attract young families to Savannah, Georgia USA.
Historic reenactments at Wormsloe, a Georgia State Park in Savannah, Georgia USA
Savannah, GA (PRWEB) March 27, 2013 — The city’s top historic bed and breakfast inn, Presidents’ Quarters Inn, is out to champion the family’s mini vacation in Savannah, GA. Perhaps the idea of Savannah as a family friendly vacation spot is one of the genteel city’s best kept secrets.
“This beautiful southern city is where a child’s imaginings become real!” shares executive innkeeper Jane Sales. In the celebratory spirit of Old Savannah, discerning families now visit to acquaint their children with new experiences together. Sidewalk Art in Forsyth Park is a favorite annually (April 27, 2013). Minor League Baseball (Savannah Sand Gnats, Class A affiliate of New York Mets) begins in April and runs through early September. At Fort Pulaski National Monument free admission days are during National Park Week (April 22-26). Continue reading
Presidents’ Quarters Inn in Savannah, Georgia, introduces an alphabet soup of exciting family vacation ideas. Spot a lion on main street, alligators and rare fish, big ships, dolphins in the city and in the rivers, and statues that honor the brave. Discover pigs and donkeys residing in the wild. See “the Castle” downtown and build sand castles on the beach. Be right there when songbirds and turtles race out to sea, cannons fire in real forts, and soldiers march with muskets. Meet real life boat captains, artists, and train engineers. Ride diesel and steam engines, a street car, water taxis, and pedicabs. Dine where character-rich pirates partied. Sleep where heroes lived and visited.
Soldier reenactments at Wormsloe Historic Site, a Georgia State Park in Savannah, Georgia USA. Photo: Georgia State Parks
SAVANNAH Georgia – Young families are discovering Savannah as their vacation destination. Why? The city and surrounds offer enticing, creative places to explore and engage school-age children.
“Savannah is where a child’s imaginings become real! Simple things capture children’s fascination – those things that they do not see or do day-to-day,” says Jane Sales, a lifelong children’s advocate and executive innkeeper at Presidents’ Quarters Inn. “Exploring with children stirs their imagination and brings excitement to learning.”
Jane relays several scenes from one family’s Savannah vacation. For Georgia Week festivities the family had driven in from Jacksonville, Florida, and stayed at the upscale historic inn. Continue reading
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On March 8, 2013, the water runs green in Savannah, Georgia’s iconic Forsyth Park Fountain and more downtown fountains, including Johnson Square and Orleans Square. Presidents’ Quarters Inn shares insights of the amazing calm at the top-tier historic breakfast inn situated on parade route (St. Patrick’s Parade, March 16, 2013).
SAVANNAH Georgia (February 9, 2013) — Irishmen and Irishwomen near and far head to Savannah on the Georgia Coast for one of America’s biggest Irish parties in mid-March annually.
Lush green courtyard at Presidents’ Quarters Inn in Savannah Georgia.
What’s it like to be enviously situated along the St. Patrick’s Day Parade route?
Jane Sales, a long-time Savannah insider, is a favorite person in the city any time of year, but especially for St. Patrick’s Day. The petite innkeeper gives spot-on insight to the festive day and behind the scenes at the historic inn – sure to be a bustling, refined oasis on parade day (March 16, 2013). Continue reading
SAVANNAH Georgia (February 21, 2013) – Repeating 2011 accolades, Travel+Leisure Magazine readers named Savannah on its list of “America’s Favorite Cities 2012”.
Telfair Jepson Center | Modern Art Museum
Spring break and friendly people are #2 reasons trailing number one favorites — peace and quiet, ice cream, charming local accents, architecture/cool buildings, and fall season.
The best four days of spring in Savannah happen March 21-24, 2013, during the Savannah Tour of Homes and Gardens 2013. Those four days are the sweet spot when Georgia’s biggest musical festival — Savannah Music Festival 2013 –rolls out 18 days of music (March 20-April 6, 2013). Music venues – the historic SCAD Trustee’s Theatre and Lucas Theatre — are a two- to three-minute walk from Presidents’ Quarters Inn located on nearby Oglethorpe Square.
And, Renaissance masterpieces from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy are on exhibit at Telfair’s Jepson Center on Telfair Square until March 30, 2013. Continue reading
After the American Revolutionary War, the name of colonial Savannah’s ‘King Street’ was changed to ‘President Street’. Stay at Presidents’ Quarters Inn on President Street any day of the year in Savannah’s time-honored National Landmark Historic District.
Steeple of Independent Presbyterian Church where Woodrow Wilson (later to be U.S. President Wilson) was married to Anne Axson in Savannah, GA USA
SAVANNAH Georgia – Exuding an ongoing spirit of dignity and independence, Presidents’ Quarters Inn in Savannah gives a nod to America’s presidents on Presidents Day, February 18, 2013.
One travel writer stated, “Presidents’ Quarters Inn is the intersection of history and hospitality”. Situated on prominent President Street, the inn’s address is the second clue to the inn’s sense of liberty and pursuit of happiness that has prevailed since America’s break from British rule.
“The friendly people here are multi-cultural who very comfortably welcome world travelers to our bustling, historic city. Business travelers and tourists discover personal and community passions — socializing, eating, drinking, working, competing, romancing, and heading to church on Sunday,” states Jane Sales, executive innkeeper.
In old and new ways, Savannah’s friendly society has welcomed U.S. Presidents, beginning in 1791.