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There are few places more iconic in music history than Nashville. The capital of Tennessee has earned the nickname ‘Music City’, and many great artists made their names in the downtown clubs and bars. Unsurprisingly, concerts, events, and festivals are a large part of the appeal of a Nashville vacation, and live music can be found almost anywhere on a nightly basis. That isn’t all there is to the city, however. Nashville has got a plethora of fun attractions, including sporting events and fantastic dining.

Score a Nashville vacation rental for your trip and you’ll be able to explore from a private, luxury home in the heart of the city. Our Nashville vacation homes are ideal for large groups or families, and with a whole host of Travel Extras to choose from, your time in Music City will be more than noteworthy. Our Nashville vacation rentals are perfectly placed for exploring the city and with a whole host of fantastic facilities including games rooms, you're guaranteed to have an unforgettable stay in Tennessee's capital.

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Be close to the action with our downtown Nashville vacation rentals

Looking to experience the vibrant music and arts scene of downtown Nashville? We have an array of vacation rentals in or near downtown Nashville that will be ideal for your adventure to Tennessee’s state capital. Experience live music, theatrical performances and spend an evening or two dining in style. 

Our downtown Nashville vacation rentals are finely decorated and provide the utmost comfort for you and your group. Enjoy scenic views over Nashville in a modern and stylish vacation home, all the while being close to thrilling nightlife. 

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Pet friendly luxury vacation rentals in Nashville, TN

Dreaming of jetting off to Nashville, but don't want to leave your four-legged family member behind? We have a range of pet friendly properties available close to the bustling, thriving city. You can rest assured nobody has to miss out on vacation time, and everybody's tails will be set to wagging.

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With over 100,000 happy guests every year and international media writing about our incredible homes and service, you can book your next stay with us with total confidence.

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Where is Nashville?

Nashville is located in Davidson County in Tennessee. It is the capital of the state and the largest and most populous city in Tennessee. 

Does it snow in Nashville?

Nashville does get some snow in the winter, but not huge amounts. On average, the city sees 14.6 days of snowfall in the four-month winter period, totaling around 7 inches (177.8 mm).

What food is Nashville known for?

Southern comfort food is the most widespread cuisine in Nashville. Popular must-try dishes in the city include hot chicken, catfish, cornbread, and local-made whiskey.

What is Music Row in Nashville?

Music Row in Nashville is a culturally important district located southwest of Downtown, that is home to many businesses related to the music industry, particularly in the country and gospel genres.

Where are the bars in Nashville?

Nashville is famous for its bar scene, from classic honky-tonks to classy cocktail venues. There are great bars all over the city, but the largest number can be found in the Downtown district, where you can hardly go a few steps without discovering a new nightlife venue.

Does Nashville get tornadoes?

Nashville, along with the rest of Tennessee, experiences tornado threats all year round. The state experiences an average of 18.1 tornadoes annually, with frequency peaking in February, March, and April, although there is a secondary peak season in November.

When is the best time to visit Nashville?

The summer months, from May through October, are the most popular times to visit Nashville, as Music City comes alive with the warm weather, and hosts countless music festivals and fun-filled city events during this time.

Are there casinos in Nashville Tennessee?

There are no casinos in Nashville, or anywhere in Tennessee, due to its status as a gambling-illegal state.

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