Wednesday, January 16, 2008


While many New Year’s resolutions are to spend more time with loved ones, Callaway Gardens® offers “Warm Winter Memories” packages this season. Once again voted by Southern Living readers as their favorite public garden, visitors enjoy Mother Nature at its finest at Callaway Gardens with specially priced rates beginning at $89* from now through March 14, 2008. With rates including Gardens admission, guests take advantage of one-of-a-kind experiences from the Day Butterfly Center and the Birds of Prey Show to the country’s finest gardens such as the Sibley Horticultural Center and a variety of recreation such as golfing, fishing, biking, hiking and tennis.

“Warm Winter Nights” at Callaway Gardens
Through March 13, 2008
Starting at $89/room/night

* Accommodations*
* $15 voucher toward greens fees
* 20 percent off recreation (see inclusions)
* 15 percent off purchases in Callaway Gardens’ gift shops (excludes pro shops)
* Gardens admission including Day Butterfly Center, Sibley Horticultural Center, Birds of Prey Show
* Use of the Mountain Creek Inn Fitness Center

“Deep Forest Spa Package”
Through March 14, 2008
Starting at $354/room/night

* Accommodations at the luxury Lodge and Spa
* $200 voucher for use at Spa Prunifolia
* Breakfast at the Piedmont Dining Room
* Gardens admission including Day Butterfly Center, Sibley Horticultural Center, Birds of Prey Show
* Use of the Lodge and Spa Fitness Center including the sauna, steam room, all-season outdoor pool and whirlpool spas

Additionally, Callaway Gardens has a bevy of winter offerings and hands-on activities for friends and families to getaway together to experience the “simpler things in life,” including:

Jan. 18-20:
Southern Gardening Symposium, a three-day event dedicated to garden and landscape design featuring well respected and entertaining experts.

Jan. 25-27:
Get Creative, Get Inspired Hobby Weekend, try a new hobby such as
scrapbooking, painting with watercolor, making jewelry with precious metal clay, digital photography and Chinese brush painting.

Feb. 9-10:
Valentine Dinner and Dance, escape to a romantic dinner with dancing with that special person in your life.

March 8:
Mystery Dinner Weekend, everyone needs a little mystery with this special dinner theater featuring a Mardi Gras-theme whodunit.

To experience Mother Nature at its finest, call 1-800-CALLAWAY or visit

Callaway Gardens®, a premier travel and meeting destination in the South, is owned by the non-profit Ida Cason Callaway Foundation™ (ICCF). Within the 13,000 acres of Callaway Gardens is a resort, preserve, a cumulative 100,000 square feet of meeting space, 931 guest rooms, restaurants, shops, golf, tennis, fishing, Gun Club, gardens, butterfly conservatory, horticultural center, chapel, inland beach, nature trails and additional attractions. For more than 50 years Callaway Gardens has provided “a place of relaxation, inspiration and a better understanding of the living world” for millions of visitors. Callaway Gardens is committed to its mission of environmental education and land stewardship for the benefit of future generations.

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