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If you’ve ever planned a bachelorette party, you know the process is a chore. From setting up the “Hey y’all” group email thread to having the responsibility of making sure the activities are on point for the bride, it can feel like a military operation. Choosing where to stay is one of the most important elements. Finding a house big enough to suit the needs of the group can be tricky, but over the last decade, Airbnb has made that a little easier. Regardless of which US city you land on, there are lots of options of large houses that make a perfect base for a bachelorette weekend away.
This is definitely the case in Nashville. Music City has a great range of listings that are not only affordable but have heaps of character. With its Southern hospitality, live music on every corner, great food scene, and world-class nightlife, the city is perfect for your (or anyone in your crew’s) bachelorette party.
Finding a large house around the energetic downtown area, the more upscale area of The Gulch, the hip 12 South, and the historical Germantown is a must. Most of the listings below are either within these parts of town or a quick 10-15 minute ride away. The popularity of bachelorette parties here also means that the hosts of Airbnbs are geared up with tips on the best places to eat, experience live music, and, of course, party. From an artsy townhouse to houses with epic rooftops — and for those who need a little helping hand with planning — here are the best Airbnbs in Nashville for a weekend bachelorette.
1. Three-bedroom townhouse, ten minutes from downtown
Located in the Trinity Corridor of East Nashville, this three-bedroom townhouse is ideal if you are wanting to be close to downtown attractions. That said, you don’t need to venture to Germantown or Broadway if you’d rather stay local, as this Airbnb’s street has lots of small bars and restaurants that are packed with character and live music. Its open-floor plan with a dining room, kitchen, large bar, and living room make this a perfect place for a bachelorette. The house has three bedrooms, two with ensuites, and there’s private parking in a secure garage for two vehicles. You can’t really beat this place for its location, but reviews also nod to the host’s attention to detail and helpful trip-planning tips.
Price: $111 per night
2. Four-bedroom new build home with rooftop deck
This new build modern home sleeps nine and is also just a couple of miles from 12 South and a few from The Gulch and downtown. Although it’s a prime location, guest reviews rave about the residential locale, so you can enjoy a little peace and quiet when required. Its vaulted ceilings, natural light, and special little design and decor details make this a popular booking. French doors lead out to the balcony from the living room, an ideal place to sit out and have a few drinks in the evening.
Price: $135 per night
3. Modern mid-rise in downtown
This downtown condo sleeps eight and has a pool, gym, and a gated parking garage. All of downtown’s bars, live music joints, and great restaurants are within walking distance, making this an ideal booking if your group wants to explore Nashville’s epic nightlife. This accommodation also has a balcony space with sweeping views over the city, and the pool area has a BBQ and public WiFi, so you can stream your country playlist while grilling with friends.
Price: $110 per night
4. Three bedroom house with 360-degree rooftop
Situated in East Nashville, this three-bedroom house comfortably sleeps 10 guests. The house is spread over three stories, the highlight being the top floor. The rooftop patio comes with a wet bar and has lots of seating, but there are also two other outdoor areas, one with a dining table. East Nashville is one of the city’s hipper neighborhoods — being home to some of the best places to eat and drink in the city — but also Shelby Bottoms Park, a lovely green space for those who want some respite. The house comes with all modern amenities, smart TVs, a decked out kitchen, and self check-in.
Price: $139 per night
5. Four bedroom modern home near 12 South
This three-story house is about as central as you can get. Located only two miles from downtown, Music Row, Vanderbilt University, Edgehill Village,12 South, and The Gulch, the house is an Uber ride away from the best of Nashville. Past guests rave about the host’s professionalism, thoughtful touches, and local advice. The basement level has a game room with a foosball table, perfect for more competitive members of your group.
Price: $98 per night
6. Fun, centrally located new construction
Sleeping 10 and situated in the heart of the city, this new build also has a rooftop patio with a grill and stunning views of Music City. Reviews note that this is a great place to book if you are looking for somewhere to stay with a group of friends, not only because of its centrality but also due to its spacious layout and fun amenities. Its colorful decor makes this listing stand out — with a neon “Nashville” sign being the perfect backdrop for an iconic holiday snap.
Price: $158 per night
7. Beautifully designed two-story house in downtown
This Airbnb Plus listing is not somewhere you’d book if you have someone in your group who enjoys red wine — the decor is a stunningly crisp, clean white throughout. Guests even state that the photos of the interior don’t do this place justice. The three bedrooms come with stylish fittings and memory foam mattresses, and the kitchen and formal dining area is a perfect place for a nice sit-down dinner. If you are looking to party hard, this is not going to work, but if you want somewhere close to the action that is aesthetically beautiful and clean, this is a solid option.
Price: $129 per night
8. Luxury home with huge rooftop space
This 11-bed listing’s main attribute is its huge private roof-deck with outdoor dining, large lounge area, and beautiful views over downtown. It’s a perfect space to book during the spring-summer months, but if you are traveling during the high-season, we recommend contacting the hosts and booking in advance. The house itself is open planned and has four bedrooms, a kitchen with a modern breakfast bar, a comfortable living room, and four chic, modern bathrooms.
Price: $152 per night
9. Home of local artist in East Nashville
If you want to experience vintage Nashville, this three-bedroom house is the property to book. The house’s interior is white with accents of leather, copper, and greenery from the well-placed indoor plants. It’s clear the owner of this booking has an eye for design as this is one of the more beautiful large houses you can book on Airbnb in the city. It would make an ideal place for a group who want to balance seeing the sights of Nashville with the security of having a lovely place to come home to at the end of the day.
Price: $114 per night
10. Instagram-worthy, four-bedroom colorful townhouse
From the banana-print scratch-and-sniff wallpaper to the bubble gum machine and retro arcade room, this Airbnb certainly stands out as being the brightest, most fun, and unforgettable of all the listings here. Its five — yes five — floors are packed with color and comfortably sleep 12 guests. This is one of 12 specially designed themed houses within a complex in the center of the city. Fashioned for groups and those who want to set their inner child free, this booking is noted as being ideal for bachelorettes.
Price: $158 per night
11. Country-chic townhouse a walk away from Broadway’s live music spots
Another Airbnb Plus listing, this townhouse is a quick walk away from Broadway but is located in a quiet street. The living room is bright, with a corner sofa, dining table, and vintage design details. The open-planned kitchen is decked out with all the modern amenities a home cook would need and also has high windows allowing for ample natural light. The three bedrooms are luxurious and come with room-darkening shades — fitting for those who want to enjoy the best of Broadway’s live music scene until the early hours of the morning.
Price: $159 per night