Tennessee

A Homeplace

NASHVILLE – Travel less than three miles out of Nashville and discover a one of a kind bed and breakfast dating back to the 1850’s. Originally a stagecoach stop, it offers visitors a pastoral, country setting steeped in history, but with the comforts of modern day. Enjoy spacious bedrooms decorated with antique canopied double beds, historical furnishings and artwork, as well as a fireplace. Your hosts, Evelyn and Alfred Bennett are quick to accommodate but make sure to give their guests plenty of space and privacy. For anyone looking for easy access to the highlights of Nashville, but also a secluded setting in which to relax and retreat.

Graceland

The mansion home of Elvis is full of memories, personal belongings and exhibits showcasing his career. The Guest House at Graceland is more than a full-service hotel. It has 450 spacious rooms and a range of contemporary facilities, including two restaurants, spaces for meetings and special events and a 464-seat theater for live performances and movies.