Links to Coastal Georgia & Carolina Low Country

The history and culture of coastal Georgia and South Carolina was initially shaped 300 years ago with the interplay of the original native Americans, migratory Spanish and English that led to an influx of planters, slaves, Gullah Geechee sea island inhabitants, and pre-colonial era farmers with their families seeking a better way of life. Each succeeding century saw changes all across the landscape through war and peace amidst great prosperity and sustenance living. Many millions of visitors are attracted annually to our major tourism destination to view our forefather's rich legacy in this sea island low country paradise. Here are some of our favorite attractions.

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This property was actually nicer than what we expected, since it was renovated (new paint, furnishings, decor) in early 2011. Immaculate, nicely furnished with traditional pieces, antiques, art work (and flat screened TVs). Well suited for a couple or small family. Small kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, stove top, small fridge. Washer and dryer off the bath/dressing room. Nice back porch for that cup of coffee or glass of wine, while catching the sunset. The bed was very comfortable, Though the apartment was essentially 2 large rooms (along with bath/dressing area/small kitchen), those rooms were spacious and well appointed. Noise was not an issue, even with traffic on Liberty. You were more likely to hear occasional conversations of people walking by (which was actually kind of nice) than much road noise. There was a good amount of foot traffic (as in most of Savannah), which made the area feel safe and welcoming. Some of the immediate neighborhoods (Pulaski, Chatham Squares) are some of the nicest in the whole city. Just a few blocks to Bull Street, Chippewa Square or up to City Market. Broughton, River and Bay Streets are not that much further. The visitors center is close-by on MLK; Telfair and Jepson Museums are a few blocks, as are SoHo South (practically across the street), Gallery Espresso, and pubs, restaurants and markets. There are too many good restaurants to name all. Suffice it to say, after 5 days of indulgent meals and a lot of good Southern cooking, the Olde Pink House managed to still impress us on our last night (we'd go back). It's not necessary to have a car, since you can walk just about everywhere you'd like to go. If you want to do some small day-trips (we went up to Hilton Head and Beaufort), it is convenient. With more time, we would've gone farther. You have a dedicated parking space which means that you don't even have to think about parking regulations. The folks a Savannah Getaways were all very helpful. Arrangements were easily made; entry with key lock box went smoothly; deposit was returned promptly as promised. This was a great value for the money. More room than most hotels, the option of eating in once in awhile, pristine surroundings as nice as you'd find in some of Savannah's best B & B's. We would highly recommend this property and hope to return before too long, ourselves. From the comments we saw in the guest book, many others feel the same way as we do.
J.Z. & P.Z.
Massachusetts