Saturday, March 28, 2015

Zeigler House Inn: Your Prominent Place to Stay in Savannah for Ease and Elegance

SAVANNAH Georgia -- Ease and elegance are Savannah traditions that continue in the "prominent and lively landmarks", including at Zeigler House Inn on beautiful Jones Street in downtown Savannah.

Historic homes on Jones Street top 10 pretty street in America
Innkeeper Jackie Heinz celebrates Savannah's patriotic
spirit, honoring America's Independent Day on July 4th,
walking along on Jones Street near Zeigler House Inn,
a small, private city hotel in downtown Savannah,
Georgia's National Landmark Historic District.
For this Savannah historic inn -- set in its prominent, top-pick downtown neighborhood along brick-paved Jones Street amid the gentlefolks -- the ambiance is one of peaceful, quiet lodging.

Here ease and elegance are paired with engaging, entertaining happenings and interesting visitors -- opera and Savannah Philharmonic music guests, European and southern heritage, downtown running marathon routes along Barnard Street, southern cuisine that wows here and steps away at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room, and a southern USA-style patriotic spirit.
"Like the consummate Southern belle, Jones Street in Savannah, Ga., appears in every regional and national beauty contest, and often wins." -- 10Best: Prettiest Southern Streets for a Stroll, USA Today, November 2014  
Historic Savannah Lodging Places Are Part of the Historic District's Ease and Elegance  

Friday, March 20, 2015

Friendly Savannah, Georgia. Friendly Porches at Zeigler House Inn on World Famous Jones Street

The quintessential southern porch of Zeigler House Inn,
overlooking sidewalk gardens of blue hydrangeas
and summer spider lilies along the world famous
Jones Street in the Savannah, Georgia, historic district.
SAVANNAH Georgia -- Today is the first day of spring 2015!

Are you day-dreaming, yearning for southern days and nights, 'sitting for a spell' on our historic inn's welcoming porches? Here is where the friendly break from routine transforms any mediocre Savannah vacation into the extraordinary Savannah. Georgia visit.


The historic Zeigler House Inn porch in Savannah, Georgia USA.

Our lodging guests adore life on the porch -- the gentle breeze, people watching, porch dining, warm or chilled tea, lemonade, a good book, peaceful quiet time or friendly conversations.

So many B&B guests tell us that this upbeat, plum spot at our top-pick historic inn affords a soul-soothing, gentle Savannah vacation beyond their expectations.

Overlooking beautiful Jones Street, the inn's east-facing porch is drenched in the morning sun. The historic home's welcoming, second floor porch (circa 1856) was an original fixture in the family home built by prominent lumber merchant and Georgia Salzburger descendant Solomon Zeigler.

Get away to a romantic heritage in Savannah, GA. 

Thursday, March 12, 2015

A Sweet Inn Story for National Chocolate Chip Week -- March 14-20, 2015

SAVANNAH, Georgia -- What foodie doesn't love a chocolate chip cookie?! Well, foodie friends, this is our week, National Chocolate Chip Week -- March 14-20, 2015.


Chocolate Chip Cookies, an
All-American sweet dessert!
Happy Chocolate Chip Cookie Week!

Featuring Georgia's local artisan cheese, plus 1 ½ c. semi-sweet chocolate chips,  Zeigler House Inn's own Jackie Heinz shares one of her favorite recipes -- Aztec Cheddar Cookies from Flat Creek Lodge.  

Whether rocking on a porch or busy in the kitchen, surrounded by friends, family or strangers, southerners like to tell stories! 

The Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie has a story of an innovative woman inventor, one with ingenuity who was a small inn owner.

The popular USA cookie, first published as "Toll House Chocolate Crunch Cookie", was invented by Ruth Graves Wakefield. She owned the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Massachusetts -- a very popular restaurant that featured home cooking in the 1930s.
Congratulations, Boston! On July 9, 1997, the Chocolate Chip Cookie was designated the Official Cookie of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  

Friday, March 6, 2015

AntiquiTeas Announces Plans To Launch Historic Savannah Tea, The First In New Collection Of Gourmet Teas

[GUYTON, GA – March 5, 2015]  AntiquiTeas, a product of the Griffin Coffee and Tea Company, is a charming online tea boutique where one can find exquisite, gourmet teas and accessories. The company announced today the release of their new line of specialty luxury teas. Historic Savannah is the first of many lines of high end teas offered by AntiquiTeas. 
The company plans to launch the new line of teas on March 10, 2015 at the Teas and Tales™ event being held at the Zeigler House, a beautiful, historic bed and breakfast inn located in the heart of the historic district of Savannah, Georgia.
Sharon Cobb, owner of AntiquiTeas, announces launch
of AntiquiTeas and the first "Teas and Tales"
sipping and storytelling social on March 10, 2015,
hosted at Zeigler House Inn bed and breakfast in the
Savannah Georgia National Landmark Historic District.

As Griffin Coffee and Tea Company was preparing to create a new tea line, Sharon Cobb, CEO and Owner reached out to current customers, family and friends for ideas for a Savannah, Georgia inspired tea collection.  Five teas were selected for the collection based on quality and several rounds of taste testing.

Cobb’s desire to add an elegant and unique element to the brand led her to Shannon Scott, a local expert storyteller, tour guide, historian and author.  Scott’s enthusiasm and interest in creating stories for the new project, with Savannah and amazing women of history as his muse, added an exciting element and AntiquiTeas was born.  

Each specialty tea offers a unique signature blend, as well an enchanting tale of yesteryear.  Each tin features a unique story focusing on five amazing and empowered women from the city.