|Cathedral of St. John the Baptist|
on Lafayette Square in Savannah's
National Landmark Historic District.
JACKIE ENCOURAGES "ME TIME" IN SAVANNAH THIS SUMMER 2016.
Our bed and breakfast guests are people who want to (1) take time to travel and explore new places, (2) take time to slow down and enjoy life, (3) take time to spend with family and friends, (4) take time to explore different interests, and (5) take time to live personal dreams.
"It takes everyone doing their jobs magnificently," says Kentucky-born innkeeper Jackie Heinz, of Zeigler House Inn, whose extraordinary southern hospitality typifies front-man duties to insure superlatives are on tap for each guest's visit year around.
In 2016, summer begins with the solstice on June 20 at 6:34 p.m. EDT.
Midsummer marks the ancient middle of Summer, astronomical beginning of Summer, and the nativity of St. John the Baptist. The date close to the Summer Solstice on June 19–24 is the traditional dates for Scandanavian and European celebrants.
WHAT ARE SOME WAYS TO FANCY AND SAVOR SUMMER DREAMING IN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA?
1. TAKE TIME TO TRAVEL AND EXPLORE NEW PLACES.
In Savannah, visit the magnificent historic churches and Cathedral. Surely savoring a southern praline and strolling along the Savannah waterfront or Tybee Island beach triggers that feeling of being in a new place and time. Some actually call it 'time travel'. Zeigler House Inn has private keys to the Mati Hari Speakeasy, where one can experience the Roaring Twenties and cheating on Prohibition.