Discover the Best Places to Stay in Nashville!

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Nashville is an extraordinary city to visit any time of year, and we're here to help make sure you not only find the best things to do while you're in town but that you find the best places to stay in Nashville, too. 

Nashville is home to some of the country's most legendary country music venues like the Grand Ole Opry, not to mention the Country Music Hall of Fame. It is, without a doubt, the perfect destination for country music lovers. But that isn't all this fantastic city has to offer!

Nashville also has a vibrant arts and culture scene and a food scene that is second to none. It's also a city rich with history, shopping, museums, and so much more - and have we mentioned yet that we know the best places to stay in Nashville to help you enjoy it all? It would be impossible to be bored here - and when you stay with our Select Registry lodging partners, you'll be immersed right in the heart of the best of Nashville. 

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Find the Best Places to Stay in Nashville

The authenticity of our Select Registry Bed and Breakfasts is part of what makes them among the best places to stay in Nashville - but that's just the beginning. 

Though each property is unique in its offerings, you can expect to encounter the same dedication to excellence at every Select Registry Bed and Breakfast. After all, each of our Innkeepers truly understands and reflects our values, which put quality, authenticity, and community at the forefront. Is it any wonder we rank as the best places to stay in Nashville?

There is a secret ingredient behind all Select Registry properties - and it's this that makes our Inns the best places to stay in Nashville. The secret is attentive and personalized service. You'll encounter this throughout your stay, and it's a welcome change in our increasingly impersonal world. Our Innkeepers will greet you, treat you to at least one delicious and freshly prepared meal (and often plenty of other treats along the way), and otherwise help you make the absolute most of your time in Nashville. 

Belle Air Mansion

Belle Air Mansion near Downtown Nashville

Immerse yourself in the charm and character of the South in this historic mansion.

From the rocking chair–lined front porch to the fireplace in your room, you can get away and relax yet be just minutes from all that downtown Nashville has to offer. Go back in time while enjoying all the modern amenities you crave!

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The Best Things to Do in Nashville

Now that we've helped you narrow down the best places to stay in Nashville, it's time to talk about what you're going to do once you're here. There are so many great things to do in Nashville. Depending on what you enjoy doing on vacations, you can stay as busy, or not, as you'd like to be. 

Though the list of things to do in Nashville can vary by season, generally, some pretty great things are worth doing year-round. We've compiled a list below of our favorite things to do in Nashville in hopes of you having the time of your life. 

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  1. Nashville is named Music City for a reason, so don't waste any time diving right into the music scene on day 1.  One of the most popular things to do in Nashville is to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, which features a variety of different exhibits and activities that teach you about the rich history of country music
  2. The Grand Ole Opry is a legendary music venue in Nashville - and a place where many country music legends were born. Taking in this historic show is a "must" if you can swing it. You can also tour the historic Ryman Auditorium, which at one time housed this fantastic show.
  3. Broadway Street is another "must" for things to do in Nashville! This famed street - located in downtown Nashville - has a little something for everyone. This is where you'll find the famed Honky Tonks of Nashville - get ready for some fun! 
  4. Eat some hot chicken! Though Nashville hot chicken is delicious, it's not the only reason to devour the food scene in Nashville. The food here is pretty incredible! Here's a great food guide to get you started. 
  5. Nashville is full of historical sites worth visiting, like the beautiful Belle Meade Historic Site. After taking the plantation tour, make sure to kick back with a glass of wine at their winery. 
  6. There are several museums worth visiting in Nashville, including the National Museum of African American Music, the Johnny Cash Museum, and the Historic RCB Studio B.
  7. Visit local craft breweries and distilleries. It's a great way to appreciate Nashville's local flavors and culture.
  8. Appreciating music at museums is great - but how about actually watching some live music? There's always live music playing in Nashville.
  9. Nature lovers will love Nashville, too! There's plenty to do here outdoors, including zip-lining at Nashville Shores, biking the Greenway, and caving at Lost River Cave and Cumberland Caverns.
  10. There's some excellent shopping in Nashville, with enough variety that you really can find something for everyone.

Now you know all the best places to stay in Nashville AND all of the best things to do once you get here. What are you waiting for?

Best Places to Stay in Nashville


Belle Air Mansion and Inn

Nashville, TN

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