For romantics, a city like Savannah — with its historic homes and moss-draped oaks — is an ideal place for an intimate wedding. We’ve curated a list of seven small-but-magnificent sites you might not find on most wedding websites.
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Many of the homes found in our Historic District are broken up into three distinct units: the main house, garden level, and carriage. We created a diagram to show how these beautiful homes can be rented either separately or together.
With an abundance of rooftop, patio, and outdoor bistro seating, you can enjoy a little people watching set against Spanish moss-covered trees or the cobblestones of River Street. Here are some of our favorite spots around town to dine al fresco.
Just a short 20-minute drive from Savannah’s Historic District, Tybee Island is the perfect beach getaway during your stay.
Did you know that the Downtown Savannah's Historic District is made up of 22 squares? They provide locals and visitors with little reminders to stop and smell the roses (or in our case, the blooming azaleas).