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Milling About with The Women of Savannah Inns

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Milling About host Robin Milling meets with the women of Savannah Inns in Savannah, Georgia. This feisty foursome of innkeepers banded together, each offering their own personal style and hospitality to their historic B&Bs.

Meet Teresa of Azalea Inn & Gardens whose tiny terrier Joey greets you with a lick from his lopsided tongue. Dating back to 1885, the inn has 8 rooms, 10 chimneys, a carriage house, and grotto pool.

Meet Shannon of Dresser Palmer House, whose 16 room house is the largest of the four. Dating back to 1876, it was the home of Samuel Palmer & Henry Dresser, whose precocious little girl ghost named Madeline, leaves shiny pennies on your carpet.

Meet Jackie of the Ziegler House Inn, the home of Solomon Ziegler dating back to 1856. Her 7 room inn was once a bordello with suites only. 

Meet Diane of Green Palm Inn in the colonial fort district, notorious for sea captains causing a raucous in the local taverns. Dating back to1897, it is the smallest with only 4 rooms, and a fireplace in the bathroom.

These lovely ladies tell Robin ghost stories, and stories of guests who were not so welcomed. But they share the love of making their guests feel at home.

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