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Today we're talking about Savannah's Ellis Square.

'SHARE' if you want us to tell you more about the other squares in Savannah!

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If y'all need a reason to visit Savannah in October...

http://azaleainn.com/blog/2014/06/30/savannah-in-october/

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3 reasons to visit Savannah this Autumn:

http://azaleainn.com/blog/2014/06/08/autumn_in_savannah/
Perfect weather along with Craft Brew Fest, Jazz Festival and Film Festival are the reasons this B&B overwhelmingly recommends Autumn in Savannah.
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All of Our Guests are Out to Dinner & We Have Our Creamy Lemon Squares Here Waiting for Them for Dessert! We Thought We Would Share Our Recipe:  http://azaleainn.com/recipes/dish/creamy-lemon-squares/ #azaleainn #BestDessertsInSavannah  
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Oh MY! This is Creepy!!! Miss Betty found what appears to be a Voodoo Doll left in one of our rooms! If you left it here we will happily mail it back to you! :D What do you think that means? #azaleainn   #CreepyRoomFinds   #VoodooDoll  
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Need the PERFECT Gift for That Special Someone? We Have Just the Thing...Our Cozy Comphy Holiday Gift! Come and Stay with Us for 3 Consecutive Nights (Nov 30 - Feb 28) and We Will Send You Home with a Lasting Memory...a Set of Our Luxury Sheets from Comphy Company FREE ($169 Value)! WOW!!! Use Promo Code: Cozy Comphy Holiday. CALL NOW to Book Your Stay! 912-236-6080 #azaleainn   #TheComphyCompany   #BestHolidayGift  
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We're celebrating Father's Day by teaching y'all about SAVANNAH'S Founding Father

http://azaleainn.com/blog/2014/06/15/james-oglethorpe/
Read on to get a glimpse into the life of the great man whose vision for the poor propelled the founding of Savannah, GA in 1733. Then, come visit our B&B.
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It's Sweet #BreakfastInSavannah  Today at #AzaleaInn !  Our Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with sauteed Apples...YUMMY!!! 
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Shopping for a Great Deal on #CyberMonday  Check Us Out for the #PerfectHolidayGift  Come and Stay with Us for 3 Consecutive Nights (Nov 30 - Feb 28) and We Will Send You Home with a Lasting Memory...a Set of Our Luxury Sheets from Comphy Company FREE ($169 Value)! WOW!!! BOOK NOW on www.azaleainn.com or Call 912-236-6080 & Use Promo Code: Cozy Comphy Holiday. #AzaleaInn   #TheComphyCompany  
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It's FALL!!!!  :) Savannah Stays Green All Year Round, so We LOVE to Find a Little Foliage Wherever We Can!  Click "LIKE" if Fall is One of Your FAV Seasons! #azaleainn   #FallFoliageSavannah   #FallinSavannah  
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217 E Huntingdon St Savannah, GA 31401
217 East Huntingdon StreetUSGeorgiaSavannah31401
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Elegant B&B in a 19th-century home with an outdoor pool & a Savananah heritage garden.- Google
"This was our first experience at a B&B and it was absolutely wonderful."
"The inn is close to Forsyth Park which is at the base of the historic squares."
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Diane Barton
a month ago
I had a wonderful two-night stay in the Cotton Exchange Suite at Azalea Inn and Gardens. It was just as romantic as I had hoped. The spa tub was more than large enough to accommodate two people and the gas fire made the suite look magical. I especially enjoyed having breakfast, which was delicious, on our private balcony. On both nights we sampled the wonderful cuisine at two of Savannah's best restaurants and still was thrilled to snack on the inn's yummy desserts (set out at 8:00 pm) before retiring to our king-sized bed. All in all, I would recommend this inn to couples who want to have a lovely time together and also sight see in charming Savannah.
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Amy Detwiler
3 months ago
My husband and I took a road trip after our daughter (last child at home) got married. We had no set plans and wanted to be spontaneous. Savannah was a place I had always wanted to visit and my husband had never stayed at a B & B. Azalea Inn was the perfect place for us to land during our visit in Savannah. We felt right at home immediately and quickly settled in to our comfy, cozy room. The staff were warm and inviting. They gave us great information and helped make every moment we had to spend in Savannah perfect! The food was AMAZING and my husband can't quit talking about what a great time we had. So much for the empty nest syndrome- thanks y'all for helping us get off on the right foot in this new phase of our lives. Hope to be back soon and often!
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Brian Fullford
2 months ago
We had tickets for Jason Isbell Saturday night at the Lucas Theater, but it did not appear we would be able to make the show. Less than 48 hours from show time the Fates smiled upon: Saturday in Savannah was happening. Unfortunately the lodging options were thin considering we wanted to be within walking distance of the Lucas, while being close to local parks and the water. My wife did some fast investigating, made a few phone calls then presented me with the Azalea Inn & Gardens. The Midnight Garden B&B Villa was available, but we only needed it for one night. The Fates continued to smile as my wife informed me we could get the Villa for one night, and at a price in the range of the scant available hotels. The Villa itself looked as new as the morning sun. It was as clean as a pastor's sermon, with all the expected amenities. I am a big shower critic, and the walk-in shower met both space and water pressure wants. The bed and pillows were as welcoming as a grandmother's hug. The Azalea sits in a neighborhood near everything. Less than a miles walk from the Lucas (though we drove due to time constraints), and blocks away from multiple parks of which my early morning walk appreciated. Parking was ample, and for those concerned about safety there was nothing to instill concern even if walking at night. My memory will not afford me all the specifics of what we ate, but I can assure you the homemade nut bar that greeted us upon our arrival, along with the orange sponge cake which welcomed us home from the show were unexpected and happily consumed. Then there was breakfast. Roasted plums, a delicious pecan french toast (I hope I got that right), sausage and flavorful coffee. We should have been more social at the breakfast table, but we were immersed in problems to solve back home. In the main house you have a variety of beverages at your disposal whenever your palate needs it. And the decor of the dining room? Let's just say you'd better look closely at the characters in the historical murals, and you're cheating yourself if you don't ask someone on staff about who painted it, and what personality was added to it. Most worthy of note is the friendliness of those who make the Azalea what it is. I wish I could remember the names of who we met through our stay. A wonderful woman greeted us with champagne and gave us a quick tour, knowing we were pressed for time. In the morning we were greeted with wonderful stories, along with sincere inquiry as to where we were from and why we were there. Even while sitting in the study reading, which is just off the dining room, a cup of coffee was brought to me. Black. She remembered how I said I liked it from the night before. We will be coming back to the Azalea. Not only to experience Savannah (we try to get up at least once a year), but also to enjoy the grounds. The quaint pool screams "hang with me...have a few drinks and be social". If you want to get an idea as to what type of community you'll find at the Azalea here is my closing story. Early morning, maybe just as the sun was rising, a squirrel chewed power line and the Azalea went dark. While that might not mean much to the residents it meant the world to the staff cooking our breakfast. As I left for my walk they were hurrying about, leveraging neighbor's kitchens to ensure we receive our hot and delicious breakfast.
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Elaine Brown
4 months ago
Azalea inn is absolutely fabulous. My husband and I were on a week long getaway. Azalea inn is within walking distance to parks and great dining. The inn is quiet and relaxing . The rooms are spacious and very elegant. Now let's talk breakfast. Not only is the food " to die for" the historical stories and conversation are awesome. Afternoon tea Is a great time to meet the other guest and for those of us who were out late the late night snacks were an amazing treat. The staff are attentive yet not intrusive. They were also very helpful in making our dining reservations before we arrived. We will definitely be back. Be sure to ask the housekeeper to sing for you!
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Katrina P
2 months ago
Me and my fiance stayed a night for the B&B Veterans Day appreciation, and we enjoyed every minute. The staff is very helpful and nice, the Inn itself is a very cozy and beautiful place. Great food by an amazing chef, we can't wait to return again.
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Victoria Fiedler
2 months ago
“Lovely stay at Azalea Inn and Gardens” 5 of 5 stars Reviewed today NEW My daughter and I wanted a relaxing getaway and decided to go to the Savannah Food and Wine Festival. We chose to stay at the Azalea Inn and Gardens. We found it to be very convenient to everything. The inn is close to Forsyth Park which is at the base of the historic squares. This made it the perfect starting place for our daily treks through the historic squares. The house is charming, warm, and welcoming, just like the staff! We stayed in the Garden Cottage Suite and were very pleased. Our rooms were lovely, clean, and very comfortable. We even had a little deck that overlooked the small pool and gardens. We enjoyed our morning coffee and tea and evening glass of wine on the deck. Breakfast was delicious! Parking right next to the inn was very convenient. We could not have asked for a more delightful staff. We were welcomed immediately and offered assistance with everything from booking last minute dinner plans at a popular restaurant to ordering pedicab services for our return to the inn in the evening. We truly enjoyed our stay at this lovely historic inn and the charming staff. Room Tip: The Garden Cottage Suite is on the second floor of the carriage house, so there are stairs to climb. Stayed November 2015, traveled with family 5 of 5 stars Rooms 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness 5 of 5 stars Service
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Peter Birkett
3 months ago
Beautiful room with interesting access to the balcony. Friendly and accommodating hosts. It is nicely located on the edge of the old quarter with a delightful walk downtown through the many shady squares. We would happily stay there again and recommend it to anyone wanting an upmarket B & B with great breakfasts. Diane & Peter (UK) October 2015
David Blackburn
3 months ago
We started our two week trip in Savannah with two nights stay at Azaela Inn. We stayed in the Huntingdon Garden room. The room was the original master bedroom of the house. The room was wonderful. Plenty large enough for us to spread out in even though we weren't in it very much. I have absolutely nothing negative to say about the Inn. The staff was super. The food was great. The service was excellent. I was even provided a hose and towel to wash our motorcycle that got extremely dirty from shipping. The Inn employs a cook to prepare the meals and hors d'oeuvres. They serve delicious hors d'oeuvres at six in the evening and then a desert at 8. They leave the desert out to help yourself for anyone who comes in late. If you like what they serve they will also gladly give you all of their recipes. The house was beautiful and 2 blocks from Forsyth Park. I would love to stay their again
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