Bed and Breakfast Nashville TN Options

Nashville, Tennessee is the state’s capital and most populous city. It is home to Vanderbilt University and is famous for its country music heritage

Bed and Breakfast Nashville TN Options
The Big Bungalow Bed & Breakfast
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A wonderful alternative to a hotel, the lovely Big Bungalow Bed & Breakfast in Nashville, TN was built in the early 1900’s in historic Edgefield, and sits just east of the Cumberland River and downtown Nashville. Located in a vibrant community famous for it’s stunning houses, exquisite churches, urban flavor and cultural diversity, the Big Bungalow offers just the right mix of urban convenience and a warm, homey atmosphere. The three welcoming guestrooms include private bath, cable TV, free high speed wireless internet access and a large fulfilling bath. Truly experience Nashville – it’s music, history and relaxed pace – while enjoying all the amenities you’d want plus some unique extras not found anywhere else. Right in our own living room! You are invited to hear some of the great musicians and songwriters who give Nashville its reputation as Music City, USA. Four or five songwriters sit in a circle and perform their original songs. It’s your opportunity to be part of the inside music scene in Nashville – who knows, you might hear the next big country hit or meet the next big country star! See the Events section for scheduled music nights. We are also just minutes by car from Music Row, the famed Bluebird Cafe, The Opryland Hotel and the Grand Ol’ Opry as well as the airport, Vanderbilt University and all local hospitals. The Big Bungalow is also just a short drive to the Hermitage, Cheekwood and Belle Meade Mansion as well as many beautiful public parks. For walkers and joggers, Shelby Park is close by. If you’re an antique buff, you won’t want to miss Nashville’s countless antique shops and antique malls in which to lose yourself.

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Nicknamed Music City, visitors to Nashville can experience this side of the city at iconic venues such as the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum or the historic Ryman Auditorium as well as many bars and honky-tonks around downtown. In addition to the museum at the Hall of Fame, various other museums attract visitors interested in the city’s historical and cultural background including the Johnny Cash Museum, the Frist Art Museum, Beale Meade Historic Site and Winery and the Patsy Cline Museum.

    History

  • Nashville was founded on the banks of the Cumberland River in 1770 and became the state capital in 1843. Like most of the  South, the city was greatly impacted by the Civil War and the economic downturn of the post-war years but it bounced back and saw a revitalization in the second part of the 19th century. During this time there were many impressive classical-style buildings built in Nashville, a number of which are still standing in the downtown area as a testament to the town’s history. In the past 50 years, Nashville has seen huge growth with the addition of a number of world-class attractions and a renewed downtown.

  • Activities

  • Activities to enjoy while in Nashville include enjoying live music, visiting the area’s museums, or catching a cultural event at an area university or cultural attraction.

    Traveling to Music City would not be the same without seeing some live music. Top, award-winning performers frequently appear at venues in Nashville such as the Grand Ole Opry, Bridgestone Arena, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Ryman Auditorium. Up-and-coming artists can be seen at smaller venues all around town such as the numerous bars along Nashville Broadway.

    In addition to the museum at the Hall of Fame, fans can learn about Country music legends Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline at their respective museums. Art enthusiasts visiting Nashville can check out art from around the world at the Frist Art Museum. The Belle Meade Historic Site is an 1840s plantation house with a winery and event spaces. After all of your exploring, enjoy a relaxing meal at one of the hip eateries in Germantown or Hillsboro Village for a change in scenery.

    Each year, Nashville hosts a number of amazing events that attract visitors to the city. The CMA music festival is held each June. The festival brings legendary Country music stars and thousands of visitors to Nashville each year. Nightly concerts are common throughout the festival.

  • Natural Features

  • Nashville is surrounded by an abundance of natural attractions that are worth exploring. The Cumberland River winds right through the center of the city. You can take a ride on the General Jackson Showboat down the river or paddle a kayak to enjoy it from a different point of view. There’s also a beautiful pedestrian bridge which offers nice views of the city and can be enjoyed on foot or by bike. For even more hiking trails, check out Warner Park Nature Center, which has more than 10 miles of trails along with gardens and educational programming. Just to the west of the city, the Cheatham State Wildlife Management Area is home to more than 20,000 acres of amazing scenery and interesting terrain. Activities include birdwatching, hunting, hiking and rock climbing.

  • Things to do

  • Nashville has risen to fame for its Country music heritage and there are certainly plenty of places to explore the city’s musical history or catch a live show. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum offers interesting exhibits and live performances. You can find ticket packages around town that combine guided or audio tours of the Hall of Fame with tours of the RCA Studio B and Ryman Auditorium. The world-famous Grand Ole Opry is based in Nashville. This weekly American country music stage concert is the longest-running radio broadcast in the United States. Visitors can tour the Opry House or get tickets to the show.

    In addition to plenty of live music and music heritage attractions, Nashville is also home to several major universities including Vanderbilt University and Belmont University. Conventions and large-scale events of many types are often held at the Music City Center, bringing large numbers of visitors to downtown each year. Meanwhile, Bridgestone Arena is home to the Nashville Predators NHL hockey team and often hosts other large arena events, including the CMA Music Awards. Make sure to leave time to explore Nashville’s many interesting neighborhoods such as Germantown and Hillsboro Village which both offer chic cafes, eateries and shops and are a bit quieter than Nashville Broadway.

  • Weather

  • The best time to visit if you want warm weather is between April and October, when the city truly comes to life. Winter is the low season, although Christmastime is very charming in Nashville when the Opryland Hotel and Belle Meade Plantation are decked out in holiday decorations. Summer highs reach near 90 degrees and winter lows dip into the upper 20s. Visiting in the late spring or early fall usually means that visitors will experience favorable weather and lower hotel rates. Nashville’s weather can be quite fickle and bringing clothing for a variety of conditions is recommended, as the weather can vary greatly from day to day regardless of the time of year.

  • Food and Drink

  • Nashville has long been known as a destination for Southern food, but as the city has grown, people from all over the world have settled there, bringing a diverse range of cuisines with them. Hot Chicken is the city’s most iconic dish. It is a Nashville original, born at Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack nearly 100 years ago. Today, the spicy chicken has a somewhat cult following, with numerous restaurants dishing it out around the city. Meat and Three is another popular style of restaurant that you must try when visiting Nashville. This Southern staple is a restaurant where you choose one meat and three side dishes from a number of options. Arnold’s Country Kitchen is a popular place to try this sort of homestyle cafeteria food. Nashville is certainly a drinking town, and you’ll find plenty of options to grab a drink, many with live music nightly.

Bed and Breakfast Nashville TN Options FAQ

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  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Nashville TN?

    Whether you are planning a romantic getaway with someone special or a weekend getaway for the whole family , a Nashville Bed and Breakfast can be the perfect vacation rental for your trip to Music City. The welcome you will receive from your hosts is priceless. They’ll also be available to help you as you explore downtown Nashville’s attractions such as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Grand Old Opry. They’ll help you with ticketing to shows at venues around town such as Bridgestone Arena, Ryman Auditorium and the many bars along Nashville Broadway. Everything you need to do in Nashville will be within easy reach, whether that be the music venues in downtown, outdoor attractions, or area colleges such as Vanderbilt University and Belmont University. The charming interior of Tudor revival homes, or restored Victorians in Nashville’s germantown provide visitors with a one-of-a-kind place to stay as they explore everything Nashville has to offer.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Nashville Bed and Breakfast?

    When booking a Bed and Breakfast in Nashville, you can expect many modern amenities and extra luxuries. Many of the best bed and breakfasts will offer a top notch experience from check-in to check-out. You can expect Wifi to be standard at properties these days. Most will have dedicated dining rooms where you will enjoy your morning breakfast and possibly other meals. Private guest rooms are standard and typically include a private bath. For an extra bit of relaxation, many of the bed and breakfasts in Nashville have front porches where you can sit and enjoy the view. Some BnBs will offer swimming pools or jacuzzis and private, off-street parking.