Spend Christmas in Savannah this year, with your family.
As the holidays approach, many of us are struggling to figure out where we’ll be and when we’ll be there. Will we travel to see family, or will they travel to see us? Will we board a plane, or spend a long day or two in a car. Decisions, decisions, decisions.
Why not try something completely different this year? Meet in the middle. Gather your family together at a Savannah Vacation Rental.
Savannah is a beautiful city any time of year, but especially during the holidays. It’s also centrally located on the Eastern Seaboard. If you have family in Florida, North or South Carolina, Virginia, or Atlanta, you can all drive a few hours and meet in Savannah.
Our Savannah Vacation Home at 109 West is large enough to comfortably lodge 26 people. Imagine how this many house people would feel in your home, or the home of your parents or children. It’s better to be on neutral territory, where no one has to feel single-handedly responsible for cooking and cleaning. You’ll all have more fun if you spend the holidays together in Savannah.
It’s a bold idea, but it is certainly worth consideration.
Many folks who stay in our Savannah Vacation Houses are thrilled to have fully equipped kitchens at their disposal. They cook together during family reunions, and they cook together during corporate retreats. They cook together so they don’t always have to dine out.
The dining room at 109 West.
Other guests of our Savannah Vacation Homes are happy to have coffee makers and toasters, but prefer exploring Savannah’s many restaurants to cooking.
A fun way to dine out in Savannah is to embark on a Progressive Dinner through the Historic District. Sample a variety of restaurants in one night. It’s a great way to add a festive flair to dining out during the holiday season.
Start with drinks at the Bacchus Wine Lounge. Bacchus serves 45 different wines by the glass, and a variety of specialty cocktails as well. Or try a Savannah beer at Savannah’s only brew pub, the Moon River Brewing Company.
Move on to appetizers. Jazz’d Tapas Bar serves great music as well as a tasty assortment of small plates. The Old Pink House serves large platters heaped with such Southern treats as Fried Green Tomatoes, Blackened Oysters, and Mac and Cheese Poppers.
There are many restaurants in which to enjoy a main course in Historic Savannah. Belford’s Savannah Seafood & Steak serves perfectly prepared steaks and assorted seafoods in a sophisticated atmosphere. Vic’s on the River dishes up local seafood.
Walking from one restaurant to the next will stimulate the appetite and ensure there is room for dessert at Lulu’s Chocolate Bar. Once there, dive into Crème Brûlée, topple Mousse Towers, or indulge in Chocolate Fondue for 2.
Try a Progressive Dinner this holiday season when staying at one of our Savannah Vacation Houses. Bon Appétit!