The Brentwood B&B

Address: 6304 Murray Ln, Brentwood, Tennessee, 37027, United States | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located in the Brentwood/Opryland area of Brentwood, is near Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art, Bluebird Cafe, Radnor Lake, and Travellers Rest Plantation and Museum.
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      Day 3 Nashville

      A travel blog entry by jpe1974 on May 23, 2014

      ... McNamara's Irish Pub and Restaurant. We had just stuffed ourselves. Jody had a stuffed pork loin with corn mash and potato medley, while Joseph had Kerry lamb with carrots/parsnips and cabbage. Two finished beers (Guinness and Harps) are next to two empty plates. Live Celtic jigs play in the next room. Joseph: This was incredible. So good. Perfect dinner in Nashville. Enter 6 drunk college students. Joseph: Well... Jody: We're not old if we go back to the hotel, are we? Joseph: ...

      Nashville -- civil war, country music, good times

      A travel blog entry by fulkss on Apr 12, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... site of savage fighting for 5 hours - 2,000 dead, 6,500 wounded. Our tour guide told two stories - one of the Carter family and neighbors who hid in the basement and also the fighting from the perspective of the soldiers and generals. Franklin itself is a a beautiful town with many homes on the historic register. Saturday morning we relaxed on the Wussow's beautiful deck and I had a chance to ...

      Day 3 - lexington > bowling green > nashville, ten

      A travel blog entry by brianbruan on Feb 21, 2014

      Took off after half an hour post hurricaine warning, listening to primarily new yorker fiction podcast, including relisten to voices lost in snow by mavis gallant. Drove through bowling green which prompted me to listen to alena diane's alena & alina album, beautiful midnight driving tunes. Arrived in nashville and toured around a ...

      MORE 'HELLO'S AND BYE FOR NOW'S'

      A travel blog entry by walters2012 on Nov 08, 2013

      4 photos

      ... like new shoes I thought! How I hate saying ‘bye’ to Steve and Deb, but we were heading for Nashville to visit Tammy and Graeme – our first visit since Tammy’s operation, so we couldn’t stay with them for long this time. We actually got up and were on the road by 8.30, which is unheard of for us, and we drove all day – this Country is HUGE. We arrived after dark, so happy to see our old friends. Tammy is doing amazingly ...

      Exploring Nashville

      A travel blog entry by dave-paula on Sep 26, 2013

      49 photos

      ... where they were from. It was our turn and we said Australia and one of the band members said you pronounced it too well it's "Stralia" which I suppose was exactly how we do say it. The band took requests from the crowd. We could have listened to them for a lot longer but more exploring awaited us.

      After this, we were wondering along the streets and came across the Johnny Cash Museum - Dave was in heaven. Fantastic little place. Would have been good to ...