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Port Wentworth  GA  31407  USA
LAT: 32.190005 LONG: -81.19191
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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Savannah I-95 North, GA

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Stay 11 Miles from Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthplace

The Country Inn & Suites, Savannah I-95 North, GA offers comfortable accommodations located near the best attractions of this legendary city. From golfing on beautiful fairways to experiencing Civil War historical sites, Savannah hosts a wealth of things to do. For shoppers, we recommend a visit to Savannah City Market, and for families, an Old Town Trolley Tour may be the ticket to a great adventure. Here for a romantic getaway? How about taking your partner on a riverboat cruise? One of Savannah’s most-visited attractions, the birthplace of Girl Scouts’ founder Juliette Gordon Low, is just 11 miles from our hotel.

Savannah’s don’t-miss attractions near the hotel include:

  • Fort Pulaski National Monument (21 miles)
    One of the last brick military forts, Fort Pulaski’s construction played a pivotal role in the Civil War. Today, you can enjoy hiking, kayaking, fishing and bike riding.
    Phone: +1 (912) 786-5787
  • Henderson Golf Club (16 miles)
    This classic Southern-style course is beautifully manicured. Book a tee time online and see why Henderson is widely considered the best golf club in the area.
    Phone: +1 (912) 920-4653
  • Historic Savannah Theatre (13 miles)
    This theatre, first opened in 1818, hosts local comedies, tragedies and mysteries. Check the website to learn what’s playing while you’re in town.
    Phone: +1 (912) 233-7764
  • Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace (11 miles)
    This 19th-century home is the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts of America.
    Phone: +1 (912) 233-4501
  • National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force (5 miles)
    Though primarily a moving tribute to the heroes of World War II, this museum contains exhibits of the Eighth Air Force up to the present day.
    Phone: +1 (912) 748-8888
  • Old Town Trolley Tours (11 miles)
    You can hop on the trolley and go sightseeing around historic Savannah. Learn about its vibrant past and the lives of its most intriguing residents.
    Phone: +1 (888) 910-8687
  • River Street (11 miles)
    Head to this waterfront district for a festival or event, or simply enjoy lunch in a café, dinner in a fine dining establishment or a bit of upscale shopping.
    Phone: +1 (912) 234-0295
  • Savannah City Market (11 miles)
    The historic City Market is an ideal place for a stroll through the artistic heart of old Savannah. Stop off at a restaurant, bar or boutique for a meal or a memento.
    Phone: +1 (912) 232-4903
  • Savannah Riverboat Cruises (11 miles)
    Savannah is a lovely sight from the river. You can relax on one of the riverboat cruises and enjoy refreshments, land- and city-scape views, music and dancing.
    Phone: +1 (912) 232-6404

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