Country Inn & Suites Nashville South
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Country Inn & Suites Nashville South Antioch
Travel Blogs from Antioch
... hoping it would clear but instead the rain set in. It only got heavier, the walk down took forever, desperately trying to keep the iPhones dry. Took 45 minutes to get down in torrential rain, we were completely soaked through. We're supposed to visit a waterfall that you can slide down further along the blue ridge parkway but spirits severely dampened we screwed that and drove 4 hours on to Nashville in Tennessee, home of country music. We aren't fans ...
... afternoon sky.
Saturday night we headed downtown to Broadway Street for some music. Our first stop was Robert’s to meet Rory and catch The Don Kelley Band. The band was good but the guitar player was great. He was only 18 so during set breaks he had to wait outside but when he was on stage he absolutely killed it. After Robert’s we ventured up and down Broadway stopping in a few different bars stopping to check out the seemingly ...
... young in global terms, and certainly in the context of the UK. They haven't experienced a Roman invasion, or a Georgian period, or industrial or agricultural revolution on anything like the scale that Great Britain has (although I know some will argue that) but they have an exceptional pride and patriotism in a past that is so relatively recent. Everywhere you look there are monuments to this and commemorations to that forcing everyone to remember what ...
... the Station Inn - a well known country music venue. This was basically a single storey shed with wooden tables and seats - very basic but funky. The place was full and we found the only 3 seats free next to a couple from Minnesota, Paul and Chris. It was the weekly bluegrass jam and there were dozens of musicians jamming along to bluegrass songs. We learnt that the cheapest way to drink was to buy a pitcher of beer for $11 and 3 plastic ...
We continued eastwards towards Nashville and after not having any breakfast our stomachs were grumbling, pulled in at J's Diner in Brownsville at around 2:00 for a late lunch. The diner is based on a 50's Rock and Roll theme and the meals were good and the service great, we restocked up on the Starbucks in a can to sustain us on the journey.