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Recent West reviews

  • First Timer for VRBO....and LOVED IT!

    "This house was great. We were about 15 mins from Tunica and maybe 25 from Beale Street. The house was amazing. Much better than the pictures. We had lots of room, pool was great and had a VERY relaxing time. The owner was perfect tool. I was a little worried with it being my first owner owned rental property, but he was there when we needed him and didn't intrude one bit. Too bad we can't do a 5 start, because this one would get it. The only thing negative was my fault...In Mississippi, ALWAYS bring bug spray. The mosquitoes can get pretty bad."
    Guest: JenJones Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014
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  • TEXAS GIRLS ROAD TRIP

    "What you see in the pictures is exactly what you get! We found the property to be clean and well-maintained. If you are looking for a downtown, centrally located property, this is the place to be!!! Beale street, Lorraine Motel and Central BBQ (just to name a few top spots) are all within an easy walk. And let's not forget Gus's Famous Fried Chicken, which is less than a block away!!!! The rooftop deck was a bonus for cocktails in the evening!!! I would recommend this property and would definitely stay here again if I returned to Memphis! Side note: If you have difficulty climbing stairs, this may not be suitable for you as this property has plenty of stairs."
    Guest: Genia M. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014
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  • Great Trip

    "Your home was a great base as we took in Memphis' great musical history at Graceland, Sun Records, Stax, and Beale Street. Had a great evening at Buddy Guy's taking in some great music. Another highlight was the newly renovated Civil Rights Museum. Everyone should visit this museum. Everything was a 5-15 minute drive. I also loved waking early and walking along the Mississippi which is at the end of the block. Your home is located in a beautiful neighborhood. Thanks for letting us stay!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • From Motown to Memphis

    "I know that the reviews of this place are steller.That is why my husband and I chose to stay here for a week to celebrate our 25th anniversary. I could not have imagined what a fantastic time we would have. Not only is the Condo beautiful but we felt right at home from the first day.We even made what I hope to be lifelong friends with some of the neighbors. The city is so electric with so much to see and do. The trolly is down for now but thats O.K. because the simple bus system that is available is actually closer to the Condo! Purchace a day ride pass for 3.50 and no worrys. We would like to send a big THANKS to the owners Mike & Suzie for sharing the awesome vibe that is The Memphis Condo! We will be back. John & Kim Outside of Detroit Mich."
    Guest: Elvis & Pricilla Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 24, 2014
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West Travel Tips

West Tennessee knows how to give visitors a great time in this diverse state. History, shopping, music and nature sum up the main reasons why visitors flock to this area. Visit Elvis’s home at Graceland, enjoy great entertainment on Beale Street, and tour the Stax Museum of American Soul in Memphis. Quieter days out can be experienced on the great Mississippi and Tennessee Rivers while the museums, plantations and cemeteries graphically depict America’s history. West Tennessee is the perfect destination for Elvis fans, blues lovers, BBQ connoisseurs, and ordinary couples and families who want to have fun in the great outdoors!

Great Reasons to Book West Tennessee Vacation Rentals

Take advantage of the space and freedom to do as you please when you stay in a cabin or rental home in West Tennessee. Apartments in the city are well located for exploring the city museums, shops and attractions by day, and heading for the lively bars, restaurants and nightclubs after dark. If privacy, outdoor space and beautiful scenery are more to your taste then a cabin is the perfect base for hiking, cycling, fishing and nature spotting. Use your vacation home as a base and return at the end of the day to a comfortable home-away-from-home with excellent amenities.

Things to do from West Tennessee Cabins

Those staying close to Memphis lodging have a great choice of places to go and things to do from their West Tennessee vacation home. The city has a number of museums which cover art, transport, soul music and antebellum history. The area hosts a number of cultural festivals throughout the year including the Soybean Festival in Martin which has some great food and a parade, and the World Championship BBQ Contest in Memphis in May. Outdoor activities include golf, horse riding, boating, fishing, hiking in the beautiful forests, hunting, cycling along quiet lanes, and a host of watersports. West Tennessee also has a number of casinos including the Horseshoe Tunica Casino in Memphis.

Places to Visit from West Tennessee Resorts

Memphis is all about blues. The nightlife here is legendary, from B.B. King’s Blues Club to the Rum Boogie Café. Tour Graceland, Elvis Presley’s mansion-turned-museum, visit the Gibson guitar factory or tour the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art which has one of the finest collection in the U.S.

Nashville accomodations offer tours around the Hermitage, former home of President Andrew Jackson; the famous Bluebird Café, the Belle Meade Plantation, and great art exhibitions at the Parthenon. Speedway enthusiasts are well catered for at the Nashville Super Speedway, the Lane Motor Museum and the Memphis Motorsports Park. West Tennessee’s historic Savannah chronicles ancient history, the Mississippi mound builders, the Trail of Tears, the Civil War on the River and the Golden Age of Steamboats.

Great architecture can be seen at the Dyer County Courthouse in Dyersburg and the Somerville Historic Courthouse Square. A drive around West Tennessee cannot fail to delight as you discover historic towns and charming communities at every turn.

Getting to West Tennessee

Fly in to Memphis International Airport which is just eight miles from the city center. If you are planning to tour the area during your stay, pick up a hire car; otherwise take the airport shuttle bus which links with all the major hotels and then explore the city on foot.

Weather in West Tennessee

Summers in Tennessee are very hot with temperatures in the 90s F while winters are cold, in the 40s F. July is the hottest month and January is the coldest with minimum temperatures below freezing. Rainfall is moderate and fairly evenly distributed throughout the year.

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