Germantown's oldest house, a shoemaker's cottage dating to 1865, has been flipped into the historic neighborhood's one and only (for now!) charming inn, a six-room delight steeped in local design. Rooms feature original hardwood flooring and fireplaces, customized wallpaper, incredible Frette linens and funky graphic portraits of past presidents with Tennessee connections by local graphic designer Caitlin Mello.
Exposed brick and natural light are abundant throughout the cozy and intimate hideaway, which will soon expand to 10 rooms once the adjacent Carriage House is flipped as well. Local Steadfast coffee is served and you are within walking distance of Germantown's long list of amazing restaurants and cool bars. Oh, there's a rooftop patio, too!
Nestled inside a two-story Federal-style 1865 building, this historic home is located in downtown Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood and offers contemporary guest rooms coupled with 19th century charm and elegance. Free WiFi is available. Every room at Germantown Inn provides a flat-screen HDTV and a private bathroom with bathrobes, slippers and upscale bath products. Locally-sourced pastries and custom-blend coffee are offered for breakfast each morning. Guests can enjoy views of downtown Nashville and the surrounding neighborhood from the private rooftop terrace. Music City Center and Ryman Auditorium are both less than 2 miles away from the Germantown Inn. Tennessee Performing Arts Center is a 7-minute drive away.
Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.