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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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  • Perfect!

    "This place is a 9$ cab ride to downtown, perfect for a couple or a family with small kids. My husband and I, our 4 year old, and our 1 year old fit just fine. Room for a pack and play too! Cute kitchen for necessities. Enjoyed catching fireflies in the courtyard with my daughter. She loved "our cottage". We will definately be back."
    Guest: jenn Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 17, 2014
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  • Great place to retreat!

    "This place was reasonably priced, a great cabin out in the woods, secluded but close enough to get to all the places I needed in under 20 minutes. It was perfect for my kids to wander and explore. Great for pet owners. The house was clean and had supplies we needed and the owners are wonderful communicators! I absolutely recommend it! We had 2 small children that both napped in separate places and we still could enjoy the space."
    Guest: Jenna Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 15, 2014
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  • A Little Piece of Heaven!!

    "Recently, my husband and I stayed at Farmhouse in the Fork. We had booked the vacation rental months in advance and the countdown was on until we arrived. Sometimes when you anticipate something so badly, the end result does not live up to your expectations. Such was not the case with the Farmhouse in the Fork. We could not have been more pleased with the home and property when we arrived. The pictures accurately reflected the home and property and it was even more beautiful than we could have imagined. Peaceful, serene, quiet! When we pulled into the driveway, two deer paused to check us out as they walked by the little barn on the property. We loved the decor and Sarah's mix of old and new in the home. I've already started our list of re-dos for our home! lol It truly felt like we were staying in someone's home. The house was cozy and had all of the modern conveniences. There had been a storm a few days before we arrived which damaged the Direct TV system; however, it did not impact our vacation and was a great excuse not to get stuck in front of the TV. Sarah was very apologetic and was wonderful in quickly responding to our emails when needed whenever we had questions. We loved the outdoors at the Farmhouse in the Fork. Myself, I spent about 3 hours on the dock by the waterfall and pond one morning and journalled in the stillness. A great place to slowdown from life's frantic pace. We took pleasure in walking around the property too. The colours this time of year (October) were beautiful. Because of the close proximity to Leiper's Fork, we toured the shops and had dinner at Puckett's Grocers one evening, while listening to up-and-coming singer/songwriters performing from Nashville. We spent time in Franklin too and loved the historic part of that town. Everywhere we went, people were very friendly! Of a total of three vacation rentals we've stayed at in Tennessee, this one was by far the best! We were sad pulling out of the laneway which signalled the end of our stay. But with any luck, we plan to return to this wonderful retreat!"
    Guest: Julie Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014
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  • Terrific Getaway

    "Ten adults, two babies and two kids converged from four different states converged for a mud run weekend. I don't think we could have found a better place. The pool was even better than we expected, the setting was terrific and the game room was perfect for our musical interests and talents. After an hour or more of Karaoke, we did live music for another hour. There were plenty of towels, plenty of sheets and extra bedding. The kitchen worked out great for us with everything we needed. The "sleeps 10" includes a queen-sized hide-a-bed and two rollaways, allowing for more versatility in sleeping arrangements. There is terrific privacy; neighbors are far enough away that you're not likely to annoy anyone with your music or indoor partying. The outdoor fire pit was the perfect ending to our Saturday evening. My adult children commented numerous times throughout the weekend about what a great place it was and how glad they were that we'd used it for our home base for the weekend. And, Lisa was very responsive and easy to work with."
    Guest: Doc Arnett Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 7, 2014
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Middle Travel Tips

Getting to and Around Middle Tennessee

Middle Tennessee is made up of nine counties and easily accessible from the main city of Nashville. Nashville International Airport has scheduled flights to most major hubs in the United States. There is an extensive road and rail network, and scheduled bus services and public transport make it easy to explore the region. Because of the vast variety of attractions, it is sometimes nice to have your own vehicle to get around. If flying to Middle Tennessee vacation rentals, you can hire a car at affordable rates for the duration of your stay.

Plenty to see and do near Middle Tennessee Vacation Rentals

Nashville in Davidson County is the state capital of Tennessee. As the home of country music, it's a popular tourist destination. The city has a great vibe and there are music festivals and events throughout the year to keep you entertained.

In the summertime, there are numerous festivals and events celebrated in the towns and cities of Middle Tennessee. These include Bledsoe's Fort Colonial Fair, the Main Street Festival, General Daniel Smith Frontier Days, the Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival, the Gallatin Cemetery Tour, and the Pilgrimage of Homes. Mix with the locals and join in with the festivities. There's always loads of activities, plenty to eat and drink, and great entertainment.

Heading out of the city, you can enjoy the natural beauty of Cheatham County. Beautiful rolling hills and quaint towns invite exploration. The Cheatham Wildlife Management area covers 20 000 acres and is open to a wide range of outdoor recreational activities. There are miles of horse riding trails, and networks of footpaths that you can follow hiking or bird-watching. In some sections, hunting and archery is permitted. Along Harpeth River, there are several unique canoe and hiking trails that are great for exploring.

Further west is the Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake where boating and fishing are both popular pastimes. Old Hickory Lake is the venue for several major angling competitions. Star-gazers go there to enjoy the clear night skies.

History Buffs Will Enjoy Staying at Middle Tennessee Cabins

Middle Tennessee is the place to visit if you have an interest in Civil War history. Dover in Stewart County is the site of the Ft. Donelson Battlefield. It was here that the Confederate army were defeated which resulted in the fall of Clarksville and Nashville shortly thereafter. Historic sites include Surrender House and the Ft. Donelson National Cemetary. Near Hartsville is the Living History Museum and Trousdale County Museum which have exhibits dating back to the early 1900s. Near Old Hickory Lake, take a meander to nine different historic sites built prior to 1860. Each has its own interesting history and provides a unique insight into frontier life. In Rutherford County, you can find the Oaklands Historic House Museum and the Stones River National Battlefield near Murfreesboro. There is a driving route that you can follow touring the most significant historic sites of Middle Tennessee. Traveling at your own pace, you can visit forts, battle sites, museums and old homes steeped in history and Tennessee culture.

Best Time of Year to Visit Middle Tennessee

You can travel to Middle Tennessee year-round thanks to its temperate climate. Summers are warm and winters are relatively mild. Occasionally, there are severe storms with most of the rain occurring in the winter and spring seasons. Summer is therefore the best season to visit Middle Tennessee resorts as the days are long and warm. You can really enjoy the various outdoor activities or touring the many interesting historic sites of the area.

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