Sweep your sweetheart off their feet with a romantic weekend in Savannah this Valentine’s Day. This charming city makes the perfect backdrop for an enchanting escape, with its picturesque parks, trees draped with Spanish moss, Antebellum architecture and elegant restaurants.
Start with something simple, like strolling the Historic District under the stars. The cobblestone streets and the city’s gorgeous historic mansions make a romantic backdrop.
Then enjoy a fine dinner at one of the city’s upscale restaurants like Garibaldi Cafe, The Olde Pink House or Vic’s on the River. You can’t go wrong with any of these picks, but there are cozy bistros and hidden gem restaurants around just about any corner in Savannah.
End the evening with a private carriage ride from one of the many tour companies like Historic Savannah Carriage Tours, Plantation Carriage Company or Carriage Tours of Savannah. After all, no visit to Savannah is complete without seeing the sites from a horse-drawn carriage with your sweetheart.
The next day, plan a picnic in a park. Pick up a basket of wine, cheese and bread and spread out a blanket beneath a shade tree in one of the city’s many beautiful spots. Average daytime temperatures in Savannah are in the low 60s, perfect for an outing.
Spend your afternoon relaxing at a spa. Spa Bleu offers a Couple’s Retreat that includes massages, pedicures and a light lunch. Milan Day Spa has a Just for Two package with massage, back scrub, champagne and chocolates.
If that’s not romantic enough, your stay in an historic carriage house or a garden home facing one of Savannah’s famous squares completes the package. Many of our homes have private courtyards for morning coffee and spending time with your loved one.
Honestly, a Savannah getaway is the simplest romantic weekend you’ll ever plan. The city does all the work for you.