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Tennessee Vacation Rentals

The following locations make up Tennessee, please click on a location for more information.

The alluring state of Tennessee stretches from the mighty Mississippi river to the majestic Appalachian Mountain Range.  With typically mild to cool winters and warm summers, a Tennessee vacation rental is perfect year round.  On a Tennessee vacation you can enjoy melodious music, gorgeous mountain vistas, charming Southern plantations, and historical pioneer settlements.  There is so much to see and so much to do when you escape to a Tennessee condo or Tennessee house rental.

Harmonious Musical Beginnings

A Tennessee resort or a Tennessee condo rental is a great start to a melodious vacation.  Tennessee played a critical role in the birth of American music as we know it.  Country and bluegrass roots run deep in Nashville.  Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry is the longest continuously running live radio program in the world.  Here you can explore the history of country music as you tour the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Ryman Auditorium.  Stroll down legendary Music Row, the Mecca of the country music’s recording industry.  If blues, soul, and rock’n’roll suit your musical style, be sure to visit Memphis, where these genres of music were born.  Here you can enjoy a southwest Tennessee rental along with musical history. Stop by Sun Studios where Elvis made his first recording and you can make your own recording too.  Explore the Stax Museum of American Soul Music and the Memphis Rock’n’Roll Museum where an array of musical memorabilia from celebrated musical artists is displayed.  Then dance the night away to live music at the clubs in the Beale Street Historic District where legendary musicians such as B.B. King and Louis Armstrong, introduced the world to blues. After all that dancing, kick your shoes off and relax in your Tennessee condo or vacation house in Tennessee.

Living History

History buffs will cherish a vacation in a Tennessee resort or a Tennessee condo rental.  During the Civil War many battles were fought in the great state of Tennessee.  Shiloh National Military Park and Chattanooga National Military Park are preserved Civil War battlefields.  Several of our early presidents made their home here in Tennessee.  Explore The Hermitage, home of seventh president, Andrew Jackson. Peruse the James K. Polk Ancestral Home, built by our eleventh president himself in 1816.  And tour the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site and National Cemetery in Greenville. 

A stay in a condo in Tennessee will lead you to explore other historical sites including the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg.  This is the oldest registered distillery in the nation which is ironically located in a dry county. Visit the Museum of Appalachia, an 1800s mountain village where people daily perform typical pioneer chores.  Another popular historical site is Rocky Mount, a 1770 frontier home in Piney Flats that was the U.S. Territory Capital from 1790-1792. If you are in the Nashville area, you are welcome to drop in and stay a while at the Belle Meade Plantation. Meander through this Greek revival mansion, the dairy, horse stables, carriage house, and gardens.  Then finish up with a little wine tasting at the plantation winery.  A vacation house in Tennessee can lead you to some amazing discoveries.

Invigorating Vistas and Outdoor Adventures

Enjoy the great outdoors with a Tennessee house rental.  Fish or kayak the Cumberland River system.   Experience a wild white water rafting adventure down the Pigeon River.  SCUBA dive the sparkling waters of Dale Hallow Lake.  In the Willow Grove area, you can explore the underwater ruins of an abandoned village flooded when the lake was created in the 1940s.  Boaters will love the crystalline waters of J. Percy Priest Lake located southeast of Nashville.  This massive lake has four marinas and more than 15 recreation areas with launch ramps.  You will create many memories vacationing in a Tennessee house rental or a condo in Tennessee.

Regardless of the location of your Tennessee rental, you will be close to one of the myriad of trails throughout the state such as the Appalachian Trail.  Experience the scenic views by horseback as you journey through Natchez Trace State Park which has more than 300 miles of trails. Delight in a rendezvous with nature in Cades Cove, located in the Smoky Mountain National Park. View amazing wildlife such as deer, black bear, coyote, turkey, and more.  Cades Cove also has historic 18th and 19th Century structures for you to explore, including churches, a working grist mill, vintage barns, and old log homes.  Adventure is awaiting you with a Tennessee vacation rental.