There is certainly no shortage of accommodation possibilities in the capital of Tennessee. There are options to experience the downtown aspect of Nashville or the off-the-beaten-track B&B adventure. Either way, the South’s history and hospitality is evident in every location.
The Hermitage Hotel is a five-star hotel. This is essentially a fact by virtue that John F. Kennedy and Franklin D. Roosevelt have both stayed here (among other politicians and celebrities alike). The Hermitage has been around for over a century, and it’s mastered the art of southern hospitality. The rooms are designed with comfort and taste as they’re gowned in vintage wallpaper and wooden headboards. Located in downtown Nashville, the Hermitage offers traditional styled rooms with the buoyancy of Nashville’s nightlife.
Union Station Hotel is a historic landmark that has a vibrant history of an old railroad station. Remodeled in the late 80s, the railroad station became one of downtown Nashville’s most unique and splendid hotels. The outer Gothic architecture is contradicted by the modern yet cozy interior. There’s the sense of the past while staying (and sleeping) in the present. Another reminder of the modern present is the surrounding restaurants and shops that comprise Nashville’s trendy community.
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Moonshine Hill Inn
Positioned about twenty-five miles outside of Nashville, the Moonshine Hill Inn is a cottage get-away that offers the option of a city experience. It’s tasteful and humble with its log-cabin décor. Moonshine Inn sticks with the theme of the ‘log-cabin’ as each room is comprised of wooden floors, walls, and bed frames. Although the touch of paisley tablecloths and bed sheets remind you that you’re in the South. Offering all homemade meals, the Moonshine Hill Inn is the quaint bed & breakfast for a humble cottage stay.
The Timothy Demonbreun House is a renowned B&B located in the Woodland-in-Waverly historic district. Dedicated to fine service and Southern comfort, this B&B offers rooms with brick fireplaces and wooden floors. The breakfast portion of B&B is the strongest quality of the TD House. Offering classic breakfast options like eggs Benedict and make-your-own waffles, the TD House is the quintessential bed & breakfast. Located near Belmont and Vanderbilt University and Nashville’s historic music districts, the TD House is the ideal Southern host.
Another B&B located near downtown Nashville, Big Bungalow is a prime alternative to a hotel. It offers the homey aesthetic with its décor and innkeepers. With three bedrooms decorated with a mother’s touch, this is a low-scale travel option. Big Bungalow innkeepers are dedicated to accommodating their guests with meal & activity planning. Serving communal breakfast every morning for each guest, this B&B is community oriented to ensure a genuine Nashville stay.
The Hutton Hotel is one of Nashville’s most modern hotels. With an eco-friendly sentiment, the Hutton is dedicated to the environment while eliminating incandescent lights. Keeping up with the times, the Hutton’s rooms offer modern décor and features like the staple flat screen and lavish bathroom appliances (rain showers…). Located near Vanderbilt University and infamous music hubs, the Hutton is the place for a modern stay complimented with historical and nightlife activities.
The Brentwood is one of those places that have freshly baked cookies upon arrival. Sometimes that’s overwhelming, but the Brentwood does it right. Being an unassuming bed & breakfast right outside Nashville, the six-bedroom mansion offers a higher-scale home experience. A full breakfast is provided, along with excellent service from the innkeepers. Fulfilling the Southern home stereotype, the Brentwood has a fully functioning parlor room.
A boutique hotel, Hotel Indigo is located in the downtown area. It’s a uniquely decorated hotel with each room dressed up differently. Hotel Indigo is located in the historic district of Printer’s Alley where there’s a surplus of bars, restaurants, and shops. It now occupies a former historic bank, and remnants of the past are infused within their modern design.
Here’s another bed & breakfast. But this one is a bit more modern than the majority of B&B’s in the Nashville area. Being recently renovated, 12 South Inn Suites offers four suites that are sleek with tiled fireplaces and wall-to-wall windows. However, 12 South Inn still offers the motherly touch of a bed & breakfast with full breakfasts served every day. Located near Music Row and downtown Nashville, 12 South Inn is the best of both worlds.
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