Saturday, April 6, 2013

Take in Savannah GA's Good Ole Summertime!


Zeigler House Inn bed and breakfast makes it easy and affordable with summer discount lodging rates (July 15- August 29, 2013; $159 per night, plus tax weekdays; Friday through Sunday all rooms 15% off high season rates). Some restrictions apply. Contact Jackie Heinz -- 866-233-5307 or email innkeeper@ZeiglerHouseInn.com.

Golf course where PGA TOUR's Champions Tour,
Liberty Mutual Insurance Legends of Golf is
played April 26 - April 29, 2013 in Savannah GA.
SAVANNAH Georgia (April 6, 2013) – From our Savannah bed and breakfast inn‘s point of view, the Georgia Historical Society’s archive of vintage Savannah photographs offers sweet flashbacks to treasured, bygone days in Savannah.

These snippets, too, point to some of the best things to do and the best places to go for even a mini-vacation Savannah trip today. We selected a few dated in July and August, summer months in Savannah.

We hope you’ll enjoy this memory walk!
Savannah Golf Club, August 25, 1931 (bloomer-type pants).
Considered the first golf club in America, today the Savannah Golf Club is private, with access to membership only.
Our innkeeper is a golfer! She will arrange for our bed and breakfast guests to golf at The Club at Savannah Harbor, the Savannah riverside course where the Legends of Golf play in springtime.
In 2013, two of golf’s most decorated icons, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player, will compete as a team (Friday, April 26 – Sunday, April 28, 2013). More golf activities are Friday, April 19 — 29, 2013. The Liberty Mutual Insurance Legends of Golf is considered the founding tournament on the PGA TOUR's Champions Tour for players age 50+.


Review of Confederate troops on the march to Virginia, in front of the Pulaski Monument, Monterey Square, Savannah, Georgia, August 7, 1861. - From a sketch made on the spot
Home baked cuisine by innkeeper Jackie Heinz at
Zeigler House Inn, an historic bed and breakfast
on legendary Jones Street, downtown Savannah GA
Located along the popular Bull Street walking corridor, Monterey Square is right around the corner from Zeigler House Inn. Somehow we missed the fact that the monument to honor the American Revolutionary hero Casimir Pulaski was in place by 1861. Honoring the “Father of America’s Calvary”, the monument was competed in 1859.

Innkeeper Jackie Heinz has recommendations of more inspiring military spots to visit. From 2011 – 2015 America commemorates the Civil War Sesquicentennial -- the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War.
Summer House at Forsyth Park
Within 2 blocks of our bed and breakfast is Forsyth Park’s lush canopy of trees. Fifty-two (52) species of trees are in the city’s official arboretum. Easily, these serve at the open door “summer house” in modern-day Savannah. “’The Forsyth Arboretum is unusual in several ways,’ said David White, who heads the city’s Park and Tree Department. ‘Usually arboreta are measured in the tens to hundreds of acres,’ he said. ‘We have 12, and it’s in an accessible downtown location. It’s part of a multi-use public park. You don’t have to pay admission to appreciate it. Anyone can come any time.’” – Source: Savannah Morning News
Loading whiskey on “Sundance”, first legal shipment in 27 years | August 29, 1938
Oh, the rich tales of bordellos and Prohibition-era bootlegging in Savannah and nearby Tybee Island! Today in downtown there is Mati-Hari, a private-admittance burlesque show. Our bed and breakfast innkeeper has guest passes to the cabaret-style pub near the riverfront.
The Captain Flint Room. Dedicated in the Spirit of Robert Louis Stevenson to the Spirits of Billy Bones, Long John Silver and Tom Morgan. The Pirates who witnessed the death of Captain Flint at Savannah July 1754
Enjoy a southern food buffet for lunch at The Pirates’ House restaurant. Take a peek into the Captain Flint Room, located in the oldest house in town – the old gardener’s cottage of the colony’s Trustees Gardens.

Don’t you want to be here for summer in Savannah … or sooner? Take in America’s Most Beautiful City with your Savannah lodging at Zeigler House Inn – seven private bed and breakfast rooms, each with private bath, plus private full or mini-kitchens.

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