A November 2001 trip
to Savannah by cmurrah
Quote: Tybrisa Beach Resort was our destination. This has to be one of my favorite places to travel. The most unbelievable beach and gazebo a must see. A wonderful place to ride bikes or walk. Has small town charm.
Our second night there was a wedding on the beach, complete with tiki lights lining the brides pathway. This was a very pleasant surpise and a joyous occasion for all.
The resort had bicycles for its guests and we made use of them three of our days there. We rode almost every inch of this wonderful island.
The Lighthouse was one of the bike trips we made, along with the local artists that have a small shopping village were they make and sell their goods. Another bike trip uncovered a local bakery and then an ice cream shop.
The resort offered a shuttle into the city of Savannah. We spent the day taking a tour of the quaint old city. The highlight of this day was lunch at The Lady and Sons Resturant and the Savannah Candy Factory. We also visited Fort Pulaski and learned the stories of war on this island. I would return to Tybee Island again.
Hotel | "Tybrisa Beach Resort"
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on January 2, 2003
Tybrisa At The Beach
1 15th Street
Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
Restaurant | "The Lady and Sons"
The food was served buffet style and it was all home cooked fresh meats and vegetables. My favorite was the hoecakes (a bread) served with a special house syrup and butter. We were also served a choice of desserts with our meal. Ms. Paula Deen, the owner, also sells her cookbooks and they are a must-have. I own two of them and the recipes are the best. If you visit Savannah you have to eat at The Lady and Sons!!
Lady and Sons
102 W Congress St.
Savannah, Georgia 31401