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Music City. The Protestant Vatican. Athens of the South. Nashville's many nicknames reflect its many claims to fame, from its role as the cultural center of country music to its abundance of churches and universities. As the largest city in Tennessee and the state's capital, Nashville is a hotspot of business, history, and culture. Its relatively mild climate makes our Nashville vacation homes an excellent destination any time of the year.

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Muse 403 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Muse 403 - Nashville, TN

From $165
Illume 310 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Illume 310 - Nashville, TN

From $87
Wildwood Bungalow 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Wildwood Bungalow - Nashville, TN

From $133
Charming East Escape 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 4

Charming East Escape - Nashville, TN

From $75
The 1865 #104 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

The 1865 #104 - Nashville, TN

From $137

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Recent Nashville vacation rental reviews

This condo is BEAUTIFUL! The bed was comfortable, it was stocked with all we could have needed, and with an Instacart order and a full kitchen, we made a few meals at the condo to save money. The location is great and close to everything and there are always scooters parked out front to hop on and head anywhere. The only downside was the pool. We were really looking forward to the pool, but it was disgusting. The water level was 1.5 feet too low and the water level didn't reach the filter trap and the pool was full of gross things (clumps of hair, wrappers, etc). If the pool doesn't matter to you, this spot would be perfect! We would stay here again, as it was comfortable, conveniently located but quieter, and priced well in comparison to other options!
Katherine G. | May 2022
We were very impressed with our stay, our house was extremely beautiful, with a perfect little deck over looking the river to have morning coffee's. Our neighbors were all super nice people and the location was about a 5 minute walk. By the end of the stay the walk did start to get a bit old, so we would often Uber at least one way, which cost about $6 to $8. You could also rent a scooter for about $3.80 and do that route instead. Overall we would definitely stay here again and would recommend to anyone looking that wants to be close enough to Broadway to walk but still affordable with 2 couples. Thanks for the stay.
Ashley R. | May 2022
Loved our stay. Very clean and well decorated place. Had everything we needed for a few nights stay
Kathryn M. | May 2022

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Where is Nashville, TN?

Nashville sits in the heart of Tennessee in the southeastern United States, about 200 miles east of Memphis and 200 miles west of Knoxville and the Great Smoky Mountains. The city grew up on the banks of the Cumberland River and is close to two lakes: Old Hickory Lake and Percy Priest Lake.

Things to do in Nashville, TN

Country music aficionados will find no shortage of sites to visit in Nashville. Check out the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, catch a show at the Ryman Auditorium, or watch a performance of the Grand Ole Opry at the Grand Ole Opry House east of downtown. Learn more about an American legend at the Johnny Cash Museum, then grab a drink at a historic honky-tonk bar such as Tootsie's Orchid Lounge.

Head to Centennial Park and take a leisurely stroll through the grounds before arriving at a full-scale replica of the Parthenon, which includes a 42-foot-tall statue of the Greek goddess Athena as well as a permanent collection of paintings from the 19th and 20th century. If you're interested in antebellum history, visit the Belle Meade Plantation or the Belmont Mansion.

Food culture in Nashville, TN

No visit to Nashville is complete without a bite of hot chicken, a spicy local version of fried chicken (non-meat-eaters might enjoy its fishy cousin, hot fish). Stop by Prince's Hot Chicken Shack for a taste of the original recipe. Nashville is also known for barbecue and a type of restaurant known as a "meat and three," where diners choose a meat entree and three side dishes from a menu of classic Southern food.

Whether you plan to feast on food, music, culture, or history, you're sure to love staying at one of our Nashville vacation rentals. Start planning your trip today!