What You'll Get
Sleeping in a room filled with history gets you closer to the charms of yesteryear without having to crawl through a wormhole or bribe Christopher Lloyd with your best tri-cornered hat. Hang on to your hat and plunge safely into the past with today's Groupon: for $139, you get a one-night stay and breakfast for two at the Forsyth Park Inn in Savannah (up to a $295 value). This Groupon is valid only for reservations starting June 1.
Nestled in Savannah's scenic historic district, the Forsyth Park Inn envelops guests in hospitable Southern charm and stately Victorian elegance. Built around 1893, the handsome abode was home to some of Savannah's most prestigious citizens and epitomizes the Queen Anne style with its opulent veranda and decorative window and roof pediments. Rooms burst at the eaves with period décor, including ornate four-poster beds, colorful walls, rich woods, and elaborate floral prints. The fact-packed concierge staff is eager to introduce visitors to the sights, tastes, and attractions of historic Savannah. After a revitalizing repose in one of the mansion's many impressive chambers, guests are invited to a scenic veranda to partake of a gourmet breakfast replete with Georgia grits, maple-cured bacon or smoked sausage, and fluffy biscuits.
The Forsyth Park Inn's scenic surroundings and lush courtyard garden astonish the eye-parts with unmatched natural beauty. Forsyth Park itself draws in strollers, joggers, and other ambulators with a symphony of burbling fountains, harmonizing songbirds, and chatty pavestones. Spanish moss drapes lazily across avenues of oak trees throughout the historic neighborhood.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Limit 2 per visit. Reservation required; subject to availability. Valid only for reservations starting June 1. Not valid July 1-4, and Sept. 2-5. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.