Did you know that this Savannah inn's owner, Jackie Heinz -- a star in Savannah tourism -- is a caterer-turned innkeeper? Our historic inn's Kentucky-born, southern hostess is from a lineage of fabulous southern cooks, hostesses, and storytellers.
Yes, Zeigler House Inn is speaking a Savannah traveler's dream language -- "Let me entertain you. No extra charges apply"!
Eater-tainment is at ‘no extra charge' -- a gift to lodging guests -- when Zeigler House Inn includes in-inn live music or storytelling (sometimes both!). The fabulous food is Jackie's heavy hors d'oeuvres during social hour on Friday and Saturday evenings.
A happy buzz accompanies the news of unexpected eater-tainment. The entertainment?
Popular folk music duo, Sweet Little Shamrock's folk music is a delightful step back in time. During October 2014 the Duo has entertained on Saturday evenings during this historic inn's popular social hour.
This delightful, folk music pair will be entertaining at the top-pick inn again on Saturday, November 22, 2014. A few guests rooms remain available for that weekend.
|The popular “Scary Shannon” Scott rolls out fresh,|
historically-rooted local stories on Friday evenings.
Yes, we say popular because even guests
mention and praise Shannon by name in Zeigler
House Inn's TripAdvisor.com reviews!
"This 'Scary Shannon' is Savannah's handsome, accomplished historian who is anything but scary,” Jackie adds. “That said, Shannon's tales may tingle your hairs!"
“We’re thrilled that Shannon has chosen Zeigler House Inn as THE stately bed and breakfast where he loves to share a few tales on select Friday nights.”
A tip for local folks: You can experience a tease of Shannon's entertainment around town at Savannah Coffee Roasters' open mic (1st and 3rd Tuesdays), Sentient Bean (2nd and 4th Tuesday), and for his exclusive Bonaventure After Hours tours.Jackie's southern generosity is wrapped in her southern hospitality!
“No extra charges apply” at Zeigler House Inn means delightful in-room breakfasts, a patisserie (French pastry shop) style buffet of finger desserts, free parking, and free Wi-fi. These too are all inclusive in this top Savannah inn's lodging rate.
“If our inn's guests want special tours, roses, anniversary gifts, chocolates, etc., they expect to pay for those extras. We cannot absorbs those open-ended costs," explains Jackie. "But, I want to be as generous as possible. Parlor entertainment during my Friday and Saturday nights' social hours is what I enjoy giving as my surprise gift to my dear guests."
To the delight of overnight guests at Zeigler House Inn, these select evenings of in-house entertainment and heavy hors d'oeuvres dazzle in Jackie's elegant, contented ways. This southern innkeeper delivers to Savannah travelers a bed and breakfast social hour like no other in this beautiful southern city.
More generosity from this top Savannah bed and breakfast inn was recently announced. In October 2014, Jackie began steadily rolling out newly tested recipes for her Fall Savory Menu.
Does it get any better? Oh, Yes! A Savannah Philharmonic Concert for 4 lucky guests!
Have you ever before had the opportunity to hear a concert Irish tenor practice? Zeigler House Inn guests will have that rare experience! Irish tenor, Anthony Kearns will be a guest at Zeigler House Inn.
Plus, the first 2 people to book lodging at Zeigler House Inn on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (November 20-23, 2014) will receive FREE Savannah Philharmonic tickets for the Thursday, November 20, 2014 concert.The Savannah Philharmonic concert features also the Savannah Chorus.
* The quoted phrase is attributed to Pat Bruno, "Restaurants serve up value to avoid throwing in towel," Chicago Sun-Times, December 31, 1989, via WordSpy.com.
ABOUT ZEIGLER HOUSE INN
This top-pick, city bed and breakfast inn is an elegant model of Savannah’s world-famous historic restoration. The private and stately Zeigler House Inn (circa 1856) is a Salzberger lumber merchant’s family mansion transformed to seven French-inspired lodging suites and rooms in the downtown Savannah's National Landmark Historic District. At the top-rated, private small hotel the caterer-turned-innkeeper, Jackie Heinz, serves in-room breakfasts, home baked pastries worthy of a French pâtisserie, plus en vogue bed and breakfast comforts and southern hospitality. For more information, contact Zeigler House Inn — email firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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