The Creekside is a 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom cabin located in Nashville, Tennesee. The Creekside Log Cabin is an 1860s original cabin building that has been disassembled and reassembled with an addition in the 1980s. With Creekside, you'll find yourself enjoying time away inside a seasoned log cabin built in the 1860s. This vintage-style wood cabin comes with all the modern updates and amenities on the inside. Just 2 short miles from the town of Nashville, Creekside acts as a key location near many nearby attractions. When you're at the cabin, you can enjoy a little competition in the game room, sit around the fire pit, or rest your bones in the hot tub. This wood cabin has something fun for the entire family (and it even has Wi-Fi). This vacation property has 1 king sized bed, 1 queen sized bed, 1 full bed, and 1 twin sized bed,
During your vacation stay in Nashville you can enjoy excellent places to eat, drink, hear music, shop, and so much more. There is so much to do in downtown Nashville with the honky-tonk zone, history, and culture to explore, along with some incredible local restaurants and bars that are off the beaten path in the outlying neighborhoods. You'll want to take advantage of this great city while you are there. The following are just some of the things you can enjoy during your stay in Nashville.
Gaylord Opryland Resort. The sprawling Gaylord Opryland Resort is a fun place to visit with multiple pavilions that cover acres of land and has almost 3,000 guest rooms. The resort is much like a premium casino resort without all the clamor of slot machines, it’s a great place to stroll around and people-watch, especially when the resort is decorated for holidays throughout the year.
The Gulch area is a place for anyone who loves Bluegrass music. The Station Inn is known as one of the premier venues for bluegrass music since it opened in 1974. If you think of a famous bluegrass act chances are they have graced the small stage in this cozy club. The Station Inn still has live music every night of the week with a free bluegrass jam on Sundays. You can bring an instrument and play along or just listen to local musicians jamming for the love of the music.
Hatch Show Print in the SoBro area was founded in the 19th century to print posters for the traveling circuses and the minstrel shows, Hatch Show Print preserves the traditions of letterpress printing that is still beloved by music fans and art directors. This is a great place to find new posters to decorate your home. Mr. Hatch used to say, that selling without posters is like fishing without worms, and these lo-fi posters are still used for several marketing campaigns and tour swag for bands like Bruce Springsteen and REM. You can visit the shop in the Country Music Hall of Fame to watch the ancient presses still in operation and pick up a fantastic souvenir of Nashville history.
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