Sunday, March 16, 2014

Two Stars in Savannah Tourism To Be Seen in National Lifestyle Magazines in May 2014

Two "Stars in Savannah" tourism -- Zeigler House Inn
and Green Palm Inn -- will be seen in May 2014
lifestyle magazines promoting Georgia Tourism.

SAVANNAH Georgia (March 15, 2014) — A new branding piece — “Two Stars in Savannah” — comes from two top-rated bed and breakfast inns who have earned top-pick spots in Savannah, Georgia USA tourism. 

Green Palm Inn and Zeigler House Inn are taking part in State of Georgia tourism promotions in the May 2014 issues of Better Homes and Garden, Ladies Home Journal, Everyday with Rachael Ray, and Family Circle magazines!

The bed and breakfasts’ new found national reach began last year when each B&B was featured on Wheel of Fortune. 

Are the two small historic inns following the admonition of Horace — “Begin, be bold, and venture to be wise.”?

Amid millions of Savannah visitors annually, the two family- and privately-owned historic inns continually rise as ‘two stars’, hosting hundreds of Savannah leisure and business travelers each year. They are among 40+ historic bed and breakfasts in the National Landmark Historic District.

Brand strategist Sandy Traub gives insights into the success of the two small lodging businesses.

“Jackie Heinz (Zeigler House Inn) and Diane McCray (Green Palm Inn) are two devoted innkeepers who work with a passion to preemptively and responsively please their guests, daily.  If they could, these gals would simply continue to do great work, pace-setting with their individual styles of hospitality in Savannah, and not seek the limelight.  However, to be competitive, boldness is required.  New large hotels with bigger marketing budgets are big competition for the small inns. Downtown Savannah vacation rentals are creeping faster into the lodging mix with new challenges.”
“We all shine on…like the moon and the stars and the sun…we all shine on…come on and on and on…” ― John Lennon
“Believing it is the historic inns that share the soul of historic Savannah’s glory, stories and style — past and present — these two inn owners and their businesses are claiming their earned positions as stars in Savannah tourism. To be in this national magazine promotion is costly for their small B&Bs. But they’re brave, and I’m thrilled that they are stepping up to be in the spotlight more.”

The “Two Stars in Savannah” spot can be found in the Georgia Tourism promotion, running in the four Meredith publications in the May 2014 issues. The ad design is by Kelly Applegate, Applegate Design based in Savannah, Georgia.

A wondrous model of Savannah’s world-famous historic restoration, the stately Zeigler House Inn (circa 1858) is a Salzberger lumber merchant’s mansion transformed to seven lodging suites and rooms. The caterer-turned-innkeeper, Jackie Heinz, serves in-room breakfasts, home baked pastries worthy of a French p√Ętisserie storefront, plus en vogue bed and breakfast comforts and southern hospitality. For more information, contact Zeigler House Inn — email or telephone toll free 866/233-5307 in the USA, or 912/233-5307 local or international; 121 West Jones Street, Savannah, Georgia USA 31401. Twitter @ZeiglerHouseInn, Facebook and Pinterest.

Innkeeper/co-owner Diane McCray touts Green Palm Inn (circa 1897) as “The Softer Side of Savannah”. Originally sea captain cottages, the four-room Gingerbread Classic B&B shares cottage-inn comforts in the quiet of Greene Square’s residential neighborhood in the National Landmark Historic District. Fodor’s guide calls Green Palm Inn a “pleasing little discovery” and “a little gem of an inn”. named the cottage B&B a top pick for a holiday trip – “Top 10 B&Bs for the Holidays, 2011″. For more information:; Email, telephone toll free in USA 888/606-9510, local and international 912/447-8901, 548 East President Street, Savannah, GA USA 31401. Twitter @GreenPalmInn, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Copyright © 2014 Green Palm Inn / Zeigler House Inn / Sandy Traub


Media / Press Contact:
Sandy Traub 912/398-9828,

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