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Recent West reviews

  • Fabulous!

    "What a beautiful condo! Stayed here two nights with my family of 5. Great location - walked to the action on Beale Street. Close drive to any place. Great people to work with!"
    Guest: Sandy Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 3, 2014
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  • Was 75% wheelchair accessible!!

    "For the record I have been a permanent paraplegic for 14 years. Only part of the property I couldn't get to was the kitchen/dining area. I had access to the grill, the porch, the deck over the water, the couches, both exits, the master bedroom, master bathroom was not designed for a paraplegic but I could shower, use the toilet, access the stink and roll around the property all by myself without the need of assistance. I'm in a manual wheelchair but a powerchair will do just fine as well. A three wheel powerchair will not fare as well in the bathroom area. Other than that I can't complain if I wanted to. Be warned THERE IS NO AT&T CELLPHONE SIGNAL!!! Unless you stand in exact spots, but that's the point when going to a place like this TO GET A WAY!! They do have wifi though so don't worry you're not completely cutoff. A plus about not being able to reach the kitchen was that I didn't have to dishes!! They also have a washer and dryer which was unacessable by wheelchair. By the way I was down there during January on a duck and goose hunt so the gas fireplace worked out very nicely along with central air and heat. It's three houses down or about 100 feet from the end of the dead end road so pets could run around and young kiddo's can ride their bikes with little to no supervision given the children's age of course."
    Guest: Hunter Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 25, 2015
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  • Former Memphian finds Authentic Memphis

    "I grew up in this area of Memphis and was so happy to find this place. It is representative of an authentic Memphis experience. My family gathered in Memphis for the holidays. We rented three of the apartments offered - the studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom.They were all spacious, well appointed and super clean! The location is convenient for great Memphis dining and music just a few blocks away at Overton Sq and a short drive to Downtown. I look forward to returning here. I highly recommend it to anyone."
    Guest: Judith F. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 26, 2015
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  • Awesome Big Home for Big Family

    "Great Attention To DETAIL in this home. Bathrooms were great! TVs... Couches.. Furniture.. BEDS WERE AMAZING... Skylights... really... top notch in the details. Larry even turned the TV onto Cartooons for the kids because he knew we were arriving late and wouldn't you know that it's the only thing that kept them from melting down when we were unloading the car.. staring at mickey mouse! Great touch! Highly Recommend the Pool House. Only glitch was that we couldn't find the lights to turn on in the backyard by the pool so we couldn't really hang out in the pool area at night.. but other than that... great experience!"
    Guest: Yahna & Juice Plus Family Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 12, 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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