A Savannah Bachelorette Celebration

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Savannah is a spectacular bachelorette destination — gorgeous weather, a beautiful downtown, great food, history by the boatload, a hopping nightlife and a large dose of Sothern charm makes it one of our favorite places generally. Here’s the scoop on a bachelorette My Best Friend’s Weekend planned recently for a group of (count ‘em) 23!



Everyone arrived and checked into a house located near Forsyth Park — just on the edge of downtown and within a mile or so of major attractions. A catered low-country boil at the house was followed by a private ghost tour. Creepy but wonderfully led by the crew at Tara’s Tours, there were (purported) ghost sightings for the whole rest of the weekend.


The Olde Pink House, Savannah, Georgia © Ron Cogswell | Flickr

The Olde Pink House, Savannah, Georgia © Ron Cogswell | Flickr



After a leisurely breakfast at the house — the better to enjoy the gigantic dining room and multiple verandas — people headed out to explore downtown Savannah on foot. After walking, the group split up to do a couple different lunches. The Olde Pink House was a hit, as always. Everyone followed this up with ice cream from Leopolds. Then the girls spent the afternoon on a Savannah Slow Ride pub crawl (we needed two pub crawlers!)


River Street, Savannah, Georgia © Natalia Bratslavsky | Dreamstime 15057174

River Street © Natalia Bratslavsky | Dreamstime


After bachelorette games and a sweet surprise for the bachelorette, the group headed to Rocks on River in the Bohemian Hotel for dinner, followed by a late, late night clubbing at Club 51 Degrees.



Everyone managed to regroup for brunch at B. Matthews — the shrimp and grits were fabulous — before heading out for flights home!


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