There’s nothing like a glowing review to persuade you to confirm your next getaway. Airbnb’s latest update filters out the top-rated listings based on genuine reviews and makes it even easier to book with confidence. Luring in over 14 million tourists per year with its concert halls and honky tonks, Nashville, Tennessee, is as good a place as any to weed out the best rentals on the platform. It’s little wonder these Guest Favorite Airbnbs in Nashville have everyone returning for an encore in Music City.
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Despite being on the other side of the river, this five-star Airbnb is minutes from Honky Tonk Highway. The private roof terrace steals the limelight with panoramic views of the downtown skyline from the hot tub and bar. There’s karaoke, corn hole, and a games room to keep everyone entertained while all linens and kitchen appliances are brand new.
Twelve guests, four bedrooms Price: $303 per night
This Edge Hill Airbnb is minutes from all the important neighborhoods for any rockstar traveler. Each room is individually themed with the Serenade Suite designed for romancing and the Duet Suite perfect for teens and besties. The basement is a multipurpose space for jamming, writing, or any other creative pursuits; just ask the host about rates and terms. Otherwise, the fire pit has you covered for an evening sing-a-long.
Twelve guests, four bedrooms Price: $1,088 per night
One block from Broadway’s bluegrass lounges and the Arts District museums, this Guest Favorite Airbnb puts you in the heart of Nashville’s music scene. The apartment recreates the classic Brooklyn loft with exposed piping and big squashy Chesterfields. There’s a pool table for entertainment and so much floor space you might want to pack walkie-talkies.
This Queen Anne home plays second fiddle to nobody. Interiors are elegantly outfitted with chandeliers and velvet chairs. There’s a wet bar downstairs stocked with a cooler and all kinds of glassware for shaking up your own cocktails – you’ll need to supply the whiskey, mind. The swimming pool is available seasonally but the hot tub is at your disposal all year round.
Twelve guests, four bedrooms Price: $759 per night
On the cusp of 12 South and streets from Belmont University, this desirable Airbnb is located in one of Nashville’s most sought-after neighborhoods. It’s a cozy nook above the garage where you can park your car securely. As a one-bedroom, the rental is ideal for solo travelers and couples. However, the loft lounge doubles up as a second bedroom. It has all you need for a longer-term stay in Tennessee.
No doubt this kooky villa earned its stripes from hosting live music gigs in the yard. The firepit keeps things toasty while the local band takes to the stage. This space is made fully available to guests at all other times and is ideal for al fresco summer dining. The storybook cottage is tricked out with antiques, arts, and crafts for a homely stay.
If you need your bluegrass with a side of R&R, this popular Airbnb is located in a quiet East Nashville enclave. It’s a compact space with a studio format on the first floor and a twin in the attic that accommodates older kids or adults – just go easy on the Jack Daniel’s if you claim this space. This is a walkable neighborhood with free parking only two miles from downtown.
Edgehill Village is swimming in coffee houses and speakeasies while Nashville’s iconic recording studios are the next neighborhood along. This 1930s bungalow has stolen the hearts of hundreds of guests with its farmhouse decor – what is it about a repurposed stable door? It’s handy for the arenas and museums yet guarantees a solid night’s sleep. Note the second floor is a separate rental although each rental has a private entrance and no shared spaces.
This spick-and-span vacation home is a stone’s throw from the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum and the Cumberland River Greenway. That being so, this upscale enclave is a total oasis with ample gardens and Victorian-era terraces. The backyard is shared with the other two units in the triplex and features a playground where kids can mingle while guests of all ages can compete over ring toss.
Close to Music Row and 12 South, this quaint Airbnb for couples hits all the right notes. It’s custom-built and the home of a local songwriter who encourages guests to tinker with the guitars strewn around the space – there’s even a 100-year-old piano tuned for your enjoyment. Who knows, maybe staying here will be instrumental in launching your musical career.