Tennessee is the land of music industry glitz and glamour, world-renowned dry rub barbecue, and Smoky Mountain grandeur. It’s also the home of Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, John Prine, and many more country music superstars, both past and present. And with one of our Tennessee vacation rentals, you'll get to experience this state from the comfort of a beautiful home base.
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Yes, 184 of our Tennessee homes allow dogs—so feel free to bring Fido along. (Just make sure to check individual home listings for any limits on the number and size of dogs they allow).Browse dog-friendly homes >
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Absolutely. Our local Tennessee team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.Learn more about Vacasa Premium Clean >
From Memphis in the far western corner to the Smokies in the east, this 440-mile-long state unfolds in a rich tapestry of vibrant metropolises surrounded by rolling farmland giving way to Appalachian peaks—and you’ll be front and center to the Volunteer State’s jaw-dropping geography with a comfortable stay in one of our Tennessee cabin rentals.
Only a three-hour drive east from Memphis, Nashville’s authentic honky-tonks and legendary music venues will have you dancing the two-step until the early morning hours. Throw on your rhinestone boots and cowboy hat to blend in with the crowds on lower Broadway, making stops at Tootsies Orchid Lounge for bands playing modern country with a hard rock edge, the Wildhorse Saloon for impressive covers of country classics, and Robert’s Western World (shortlisted for best honky-tonk in Nashville—just ask a local!) for genuine rockabilly. One of our Nashville condo rentals could be your golden ticket to the perfect Music City experience.
Once you’ve dabbled in Nashville’s homegrown music scene, sample another one of its homegrown specialties: hot chicken. Winning over the taste buds of fearless tourists and locals alike, Nashville’s fiery favorite is found throughout the city, but some notables include Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack (arguably the best in town), Bolton’s, and Pepperfire in the bohemian enclave of East Nashville, Hattie B’s Hot Chicken in Midtown, and Helen’s Hot Chicken in North Nashville.
Head east from the Music City to the Cumberland Plateau, a geologically diverse region of dense hardwood forests, sandstone bluffs, cascading waterfalls, and abundant wildlife. Pack some sturdy shoes for a strenuous hike alongside old growth Hemlock on the Fiery Gizzard Trail, paddle out into the rushing waters of the Big South Fork, or explore the lush pocket wilderness and 75-foot waterfall at Cummins Falls State Park.
Drive southeast to arrive in the eclectic mountain town of Chattanooga, a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, artists, and those looking to escape the big city bustle. In the state’s eastern region, you’ll find Knoxville, home of the University of Tennessee, and east of it begins a culturally unique region known as Appalachia, which is characterized by small mountain towns and families with historical ties to the land stretching back hundreds of years.
In the far-east corner lies the state’s most impressive feature: Great Smoky Mountains National Park. We offer a huge variety of Smoky Mountains cabin rentals for your next excursion to this gorgeous region. Named for the smoke-like cloud cover that descends on its mountainsides, this famous state park straddles both Tennessee and North Carolina, stretching over 800 square miles and encompassing 187,000 acres of old growth forest.
With over nine million visitors a year, it’s also the most visited national park (word to the wise: visit in the late spring and fall to avoid the largest crowds) and has one of North America’s healthiest populations of black bears. In this park, you’ll also find countless hiking trails, including more than 71 miles of the legendary Appalachian Trail, a 360-degree panorama from the observation deck atop 6,643-foot Clingman’s Dome (Tennessee’s highest point), and breathtaking sunset views at Newfound Gap. You'll find our Tennessee cabin rentals to be an ideal home base for exploring the beauty of Appalachia.
Our cabins and house rentals in Tennessee let you discover this state's incredible beauty and diverse culture as only a local could. Reserve your dates for a thrilling trip today.