Showing posts with label B&B. Show all posts
Showing posts with label B&B. Show all posts

Saturday, June 7, 2014

TripAdvisor Ceritificate of Excellence 2014 for Top Ten Savannah Bed and Breakfast: Zeigler House Inn B&B

SAVANNAH Georgia (May 20, 2014) -- "Celebrate Your Certificate of Excellence! TripAdvisor is delighted to award Zeigler House Inn with a 2014 Certificate of Excellence. This prestigious award recognizes businesses that consistently earn top ratings from TripAdvisor travelers." -- TripAdvisor® is the world's largest travel site*, enabling travelers to plan and have the perfect trip.

Located on magnificent Jones Street in the Savannah historic district, Zeigler House Inn ranks top ten among the top picks for bed and breakfast lodging in Savannah. Currently our historic Savannah inn is 5 of 40 B&Bs in Savannah.

Of course, we are happy to showcase this Certificate of Excellence award to our guests, staff, and the public with pride!

ABOUT ZEIGLER HOUSE INN, a top pick Savannah bed and breakfast inn in the historic district.

An elegant model of Savannah’s world-famous historic restoration, the stately Zeigler House Inn (circa 1856) is a Salzberger lumber merchant’s family mansion transformed to seven lodging suites and room in the downtown Savannah's National Landmark Historic District. At the top-rated Savannah bed and breakfast inn the caterer-turned-innkeeper, Jackie Heinz, serves in-room breakfasts, home baked pastries worthy of a French pâtisserie 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

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

For the Love of #Savannah History: Our Historic Jones Street Neighbor

117 Jones Street, West, Savannah,
Chatham County, Georgia
Photographer: Frances Benjamin Johnston,
1864-1952; Date Created/Published: [1939 or 1944]
Source: Library of Congress
SAVANNAH Georgia (October 15, 2013) -- Combing through the Library of Congress archives recently we found a photo of 117 West Jones Street.

In the background of the photograph (upper right) is Zeigler House Inn, located at 121 West Jones Street, Savannah. In this 1939 (or 1944) photograph is a one-story building in between the homes of 117 West Jones and 121 West Jones. It is obviously out of place by today's standards of historic homes on Jones Street.

The conspicuous little building is not there today. Zeigler House Inn's Jackie Heinz shares some insights.  

"The small building in the middle was built some time after the turn of the century. It was a business that caught fire and was demolished. Once upon a time that historic district lot belonged to Mr. Solomon Zeigler, who owned the inn's land and built our stately home (circa 1858).

"The lot next to us (which would be 119 West Jones Street) was considered a surveyed city lot and, therefore, was sold separately from the main house. After the fire, 119 West Jones remained an empty lot for some time. Later it was bought by our neighbors who owned the brick row house next door (117 West Jones). Today it is their side courtyard garden."

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Why Savannah? Z-to-A Fun Ideas from Zeigler House Inn B&B in Historic Savannah GA

SAVANNAH Georgia (June 18, 2013) – Always at the end of alphabetical listings, Zeigler House Inn bed and breakfast decides to answer the age old question, “Why Savannah?” -- an historical, fun city with fun things to do.

Of course, we’ll begin with “Z”.

Playful & fun, Zeigler House Inn's Jackie Heinz
is dressed as Forrest Gump. Savannah
was a movie location for the popular movie.
"Life is like a box of chocolates."
Z – The place for Zzzzzzzzz’s in Savannah -- Zeigler House Inn B&B. With its easy privacy and distinctive southern comforts, you can enjoy breakfast in bed (if you like), Chilled Tea for 2! (an additional perk for summer 2013), and convenient location in the historic district on Jones Street near Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room.

Y – Y’all! It’s the welcoming term for “you all”. – Y’all will love Savannah!

X – X-ray. Early development of X-ray began here in Savannah, by a Jones Street doctor.

W – Walking! Flat Savannah and east/west, north/south streets make a brisk walk or leisure stroll so easy.

V – Verse to Vegetarian’s haven. Fresh markets, vegan and vegetarian restaurants are near, and plentiful in Savannah.

T – Tea Party for Two! Yes, our Savannah bed and breakfast introduced the “Chilled Tea Party for Two!” as a comp summer 2013 perk. It’s getting great buzz! Tea cafes, too, like Savannah Tea Room, and SCAD's Gryphon serve up delicious tea lunches. Southern tea (sweet tea, of course) is year around.

Friday, May 31, 2013

Chilled Tea Party for Two in Savannah at Zeigler House Inn

SAVANNAH Georgia (May 31, 2013) -- You'll love this new perk for lodging guests, staying at Zeigler House Inn in the downtown historic district!

Savannah B&B innkeeper Jackie Heinz
enjoys the new "Chilled Tea Party for Two"
at Zeigler House Inn in Savannah.
Value: $25 per person. Cost: $0
With just enough fanciful flair, caterer-turned-innkeeper Jackie Heinz skirts the predictable to introduce something fresh in Zeigler House Inn's already generous Savannah culinary menu.

The new and complimentary "Refreshing Afternoon Escape: Chilled Tea Party for Two!" includes a tea party menu of singularly steeped, gourmet fruited teas ... quick chilled just prior to serving,savory finger sandwiches, and irresistible tea pastries and cakes. For ultimate freshness, the added-value "Chilled Tea Party for Two" requires a few selections, plus timed reservations -- between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m. 

Delightful to the eye and taste buds, this cooling indulgence is for guests (only) who are lodging at the popular Savannah inn. The private afternoon refresher may be served in room, in parlor, or on the breezy porch.

Dismissing the stuffy, southern gentry high tea, Jackie has reclaimed and updated the genteel southern tradition of afternoon tea. Three cheers to gracious southern hospitality at the mannerly and lovable Zeigler House Inn.

Contact Zeigler House Inn by email -- or toll free -- 1/866-233-5307.