Country Inn & Suites Savannah Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

21 Yvette Johnson Hagins Dr, Savannah, Georgia, 31408, United States
Country Inn & Suites Savannah Airport
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Costs 20% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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What is Savannah like in October?

by lifelovebeauty

I'm thinking about planning a short getaway to Savannah with my husband to celebrate our first wedding anniversary. I've heard wonderful things about Savannah, and things about an island beach with seashells and such. Just wondering if mid to late October is still beachy kinda weather and if you can recommend anything about where to stay, what to do, where to go, where to eat, etc.

Thanks! :)

Re: What is Savannah like in October?

by TexasDave

Mid to late October is generally very pleasant weather for exploring Savannah but I think most people wouldn't consider it swimming weather. It kind of depends of what kind of temps you're used to swimming in. I think the island you mention is Tybee and it is only a 20-30 drive from the Historical District of Savannah. I go there regularly and have some tips on my pages and there are many others who have done the same. Just browse through the tips pages and if you have any specific questions post them here.
As for a good weather estimate go to and look up Savannah. Then on the lower left margin there's a heading "History and Almanac" where you can go back a few years and see what the temps were on the dates you're considering going there. Hope this helps.

Re: What is Savannah like in October?

by snapier323

There is an article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution that talks about Savannah. It is dated September 28, 2008, so I guess it will appear in this weekend's edition.


Re: What is Savannah like in October?

by snapier323

There is an article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution that talks about Savannah. It is dated September 28, 2008, so I guess it will appear in this weekend's edition.


Re: What is Savannah like in October?

by Live_4_Today

I can't imagine Savannah being "UGLY" any time of year. I've been there in November, December, and June, and it was beautiful all of those. Going back next week, so maybe I'll get to see the azaleas that I've heard so much about!

Beach WALKING should be wonderful in October......probably not swimming. But the beach and Tybee Island are a good place to make a day of it.

DON'T miss out on Mrs. Wilke's Dining Room on Jones Street for a one-of-a-kind lunch with other travelers. Great way to meet other people new in town, PLUS the food is EXCELLENT. They take CASH only and you may have to wait in line for awhile, but it's worth it.

Have a great time walking in the squares, and be sure to take a tour (either trolly or carriage to get some wonderful history lessons)

Travel Tips for Savannah

A City of Parks

by zrim

Never have I seen a city with so many small beautiful parks. In the downtown area between the river and Hall Street there are about 25 manicured parks. I picked a perfect time to visit as all the flowering trees were in bloom. The historic buildings give Savannah a certain oldworld charm, but for me what truly makes Savannah a stand out city is its parks.

Visit Fort Pulaski National Monument Near Savannah

by deecat

While in Savanna, be sure to visit
Fort Pulaske: now Called Fort Pulaski National Monument

The fort is located on Cockspur Island.
Pass the junction of US 80 across Whitemarsh Island, Turner Creek, and Wilmington Island . (Tybee Road) crosses the Bull River. Near the approaches to Tybee is a turnoff (left) to the Fort

There are 25 million bricks in Fort Pulaski, which, at the time, was thought to make it indestructible. This fort faces the sea, and early in the Civil War, it was captured by Confederate troops to protect blockade runners from attack by the Union Navy.

So, the Federals made it a priority in their quest to win. They secretly hauled 36 cannons to Tybee Island and concealed the cannons in eleven batteries. By 1862, Fort Pulaski fell to the Union because they used new bullet-shaped artillery shells from more than one mile away! This incident changed the construction of forts.

Today, this pentagonal redbrick fort is maintained by the National Park Service. With its seven-foot-deep moat surrounding it, the fort is an interesting site to tour. The fort is an outstanding example of the 19th-century brick masonry fortifications constructed along the southern U.S. coast. It is built on massive pilings that are sunk deep into the salt marsh and mud. Guess who was the engineer who was in charge of its construction? None other than new graduate from West Point, Lt. Robert E. Lee!

There is a museum on the site, and they regularly give living history demonstrations.

This is a perfectly preserved National Monument and looks like a Medieval Fortress. It took 18 years to build this current structure.

I was told on the tour that there is a yearly Labor Day Encampment that features garrison life, people in period costumes, and activities of the era.

Open from Memorial Day to Labor Day: free to see the fort, but $1.00 charge in summer to see the Museum.

Hilton Head is Just up the Road

by BruceDunning

This island is a resort of about 6 major projects and a number of minor ones. Savannah and Hilton Head have always been interconnected in many ways, and they are only 50 miles apart. The island has many condos and homes of luxury style, and golf courses until you can swing your arm out of joint. The main attraction is Harbortown at the end of Sea Pines Plantation. It is a peaceful place that has codos surrounding the water harbor and a nice lighthouse tower.

Broughton Street Shopping

by cobrioc about Electibles, Savannah's most Unique Gift Shop

Savannah's most original "Main Street,"
Broughton Street has undergone extensive renovations in recent years and has been restored to its former glory as the epicenter of shopping in downtown Savannah. Broughton Street offers a wide range of shopping options for Savannah residents and visitors alike.
Historic buildings house an array of shops featuring gifts, fine art, clothing, antiques, collectibles and much more.
Spend the day on Broughton Street, you'll discover an ideal shopping destination with something for everyone on your shopping list.

ELECTIBLES Savannah's most unique Gift Shop.

In the City Market

by grandmaR about Belford's

under construction We got off at the City Market where the horse and carriages were and had lunch at Belfords outside under the awning.. Bob had a bowl of she crab soup and a salad, and I had a cheeseburger with fruit instead of fries. The total with tip was $18.44. The bathroom was
non-handicapped accessible - down a flight of stairs.


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 Country Inn & Suites Savannah Airport

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Address: 21 Yvette Johnson Hagins Dr, Savannah, Georgia, 31408, United States