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Airbnbs in Nashville: The Top 10 Best Places to Stay

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Heading to the capital of country music? Then you’re definitely going to want to stay at one of these stunning Airbnbs in Nashville.

Nashville is known for its huge art scene, so you know the houses and apartments are going to be well decorated and aesthetic AF! Nothing is better than staying at a gorgeous home with plenty of spots to take cute Insta pics.

So when you’re planning out your trip definitely consider staying at one of these super cute Airbnbs—you won’t regret it.

Whether you’re traveling in with a larger group, as a couple, or even solo, Airbnb has so many options for you to choose from. Here’s my list of the top 10 Airbnbs in Nashville to stay at.

10 Best Airbnbs in Nashville

Airbnbs in Nashville, by Travel Blogger What The Fab
Airbnbs in Nashville, by Travel Blogger What The Fab

1. Modern Cozy Eastside Loft

This super cute East Nashville guest suite is located only 8 minutes away from Downtown—you can literally walk everywhere and not have to worry about finding parking. The entire guest suite is also detached from the main house so you’ll get total privacy and won’t have to worry interacting with the hosts.

This sweet loft is the perfect stay if you’re traveling with a partner or friend since the place is smaller with only 2 beds. Everything about this space is decorated with a minimal design and has some very cute boho touches.

The bedroom is nice and spacious with a king sized bed—the ultimate size for cuddling—and a large window to let in all that morning light.

You’ll get a fully equipped kitchen to stay in some nights and cook a meal from home. I would totally take advantage of that mid century fireplace in the living room and get that going while having a glass of wine.

If you feel like going out, you’ll be within walking distance to popular restaurants like Folk, Redheaded Stranger, and Mas Tacos Por Favor.

Up to 4 guests // 1 bedroom // 2 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $105 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

Airbnbs in Nashville, by Travel Blogger What The Fab

2. Downtown Music City Apartment

If you’re looking to stay in Music Row, this Downtown apartment is it—this location is really everything! You’ll be right on Broadway and 2nd Avenue.

This entire apartment is decorated with a modern chic vibe and you’ll even get to enjoy a morning coffee out on the cute balcony.

After a day of exploring the city, you can come back and relax by the pool or work out at the gym on site. There’s nothing better than having full access to all the amenities the apartment complex offers.

They offer free parking here and you’ll be given a parking pass so you’re good to go!

Since you’re within walking distance of Music Row, you can explore the bar scene and have lots of fun with your friends or partner. Definitely check out the Country Music Hall nearby.

Up to 2 guests // 1 bedroom // 1 bed // 1 bath. Prices from $126 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

3. Remodeled 1928 Guesthouse with a Pool

Stay at this gorgeous white and dreamy guesthouse located in Five Points. This entire house was literally designed for a minimalist—everything is white with small pops of color and nothing too overwhelming.

The bonus is that there’s a huge pool in the backyard to take a dip and cool off after a long day of sightseeing.
There’s also plenty of lounge seating to look at the stars at night while having the fire pit going.

The bed is lofted so you will have to climb up the ladder to reach your bedroom oasis. The bathroom is nice and spacious with a huge glass shower.

For being a studio, this place can fit up to four guests because of its open concept design.

This cute private guesthouse is located a little outside of Downtown Nashville, but you’re only about a 7-minute drive away.

Up to 4 guests // Studio // 2 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $137 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

4. East Nashville House With a Backyard Oasis

This cozy East Nashville Airbnb plus home is perfect if you’re traveling with a big group! There’s so much indoor and outdoor space you won’t have to worry about feeling claustrophobic.

The home is designed with a modern and chic style—I’m in love with the olive couch. Everything is nice and clean with so many fun activities to do in the backyard.

Enjoy reading a book and unwinding in the sunroom or spend time cooking a nice meal in the spacious kitchen.

There’s a fire pit, a grill, and a fun dartboard to have some fun with your group. The location here is perfect since you’re in cool and hip East Nashville.

You’re only 10 minutes away from Downtown and all the best food spots and bars like The Fox Bar and Mickeys Tavern.

Up to 4 guests // 2 bedrooms // 3 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $123 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

5. East Nashville Cozy Patio Home

This East Nashville cottage style home is so cute—I can’t get over the super cute mint colored front door. The patio on the front porch is everything just imagine waking up and having your morning coffee out there.

The living room is so spacious with cute accents like a stunning blue velvet chair that sits next to the front window—a perfect spot to read a good book.

The kitchen is fully equipped with all the necessities so you’ll be able to cook meals instead of having to go out everytime. I personally love when Airbnbs have a full on kitchen because it’s a great way to stay on a budget while you’re traveling.

You’ll be about a 15 minute drive from downtown Nashville, which is super convenient. But I highly recommend exploring more of East Nashville and especially the food scene—I heard it’s soooo good.

Up to 2 guests // 1 bedroom // 2 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $90 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

6. Boho Chic Townhouse in East Nashville

This East Nashville home is so dreamy and I can’t get enough of how this one was designed. If you’re looking for the ultimate boho-chic retreat-style place to stay this is the one you’ve been looking for.

Also known as the healing house, you’ll find plants, crystals, and statues everywhere adding the cutest touches.

There’s a nice patio in the backyard with a koi pond—this would make the perfect spot to come out and have your breakfast and morning tea.

All the bedrooms have huge windows that fill the room with a nice glow.

You’ll be located within walking distance from popular spots like Folk, Red Headed Stranger, and Mas Tacos Por Favor.

Up to 3 guests // 2 bedrooms // 2 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $100 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

7. Mid-Century Boho Chic Apartment

Stay at this gorgeous aesthetic, clean, and airy apartment located in Germantown. Everything in this space feels so well thought out in optiziming relaxation and comfort.

The space is filled with lots of natural light and it’s especially beautiful in the morning sitting at the breakfast bar sipping on a fresh cup of coffee.

This is the perfect place to come back to and wind down after a long day of exploring the city and there’s plenty of room to stay here with larger group.

This location is perfect since you’ll be super close to the popular Nashville Farmer’s Market, the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, and the Tennessee State Museum.

Up to 6 guests // 2 bedrooms // 2 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $115 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

8. East Nashville Artist Home near Downtown

Stay at this super cool vintage home located in Downtown Broadway—this is actually home to a local Nashville artist. Everything is decorated with a chic modern touch making it a very Instagrammable place to stay.

All of the furniture is gorgeous and I’m obsessed with the leather accent chair that sits in the very spacious living room. Just imagine sitting in the chair curled up watching a movie or reading a book.

There’s a huge outdoor space with tons of outdoor seating and an umbrella for shade. This is the perfect spot to enjoy a morning breakfast taking in the fresh air.

With a full kitchen, you can make plenty of meals from home for those moments when you’re not feeling like going out.

The space is huge so you and a large group could comfortably stay here while exploring the country music capital.

Up to 8 guests // 3 bedrooms // 4 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $162 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

9. Historic Music Row Condo

If you really want to be in the heart of Nashville close to all the music, bars, and nightlife then you have to stay at this historic condo located right on Music Row.

Everything here is decorated loud and eccentric with bright pops of color. If you love velvet, you’re going to die over the gorgeous blue velvet queen beds in the bedroom.

When you’re done with a day of exploring the city you can come back and take a dip in the epic guitar-shaped pool. Or you can put on one of the many vinyls on the record player to get into that full musician state of mind.

Up to 6 guests // 1 bedroom // 3 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $119 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

Airbnbs in Nashville, by Travel Blogger What The Fab

10. Trendy Apartment in Historic East Nashville

Stay in historic East Nashville at this trendy and hip apartment. For being a smaller sized apartment, everything feels so open, clean, and airy.

If you love mid-century modern home decor, you’re going to love this apartment. I’m obsessed with the black subway tile in the kitchen to give that edgy contrast.

The bedroom is filled with so many windows giving you beautiful morning light and if you’re home during the sunset it’s gorgeous in the room.

You’ll be within 5 to 7 minutes from Downtown Nashville making it a very convenient place to stay.

Up to 4 guests // 1 bedroom // 1 bed // 1 bath. Prices from $124 per night. Check pricing and dates here.

How could you not fall in love with the vacation rentals in Nashville? Everything is so aesthetically pleasing and very Instagrammable.

If you love these Nashville Airbnbs, you’re going to love exploring the murals all around the city. You can check out my Nashville Murals guide here to help you with directions and what to expect.

Show me all your pics and how much fun you had in Nashville by tagging me on Insta @wtfab.

Planning a trip? Explore my other travel guides and travel content here.

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What is the best area to stay in Nashville?

The best areas to stay in Nashville are East Nashville or Downtown Nashville.

How many days do you need to explore Nashville?

It is recommended to spend at least 3 days in Nashville to really explore everything the city has to offer.

Is Nashville a walkable city?

Yes, Nashville is definitely a walkable city so you won’t really have to worry as much about needing a car.

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