A Look Inside: Germantown Inn

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Germantown Inn is a welcoming, six-room inn located within an 1860’s historic building in the Germantown neighborhood. The boutique inn beams with character like exposed brick, original fireplaces, creative artwork, and a mix of vintage and custom furniture. With its proximity to some of Nashville’s best restaurants such as 5th & Taylor, Rolf & Daughters, City House, and Henrietta Red, it has quickly become a popular destination for guests who want to visit like a local. Nashville Guru got a look inside this one-of-a-kind option in Nashville.


The Exterior & Common Areas

When guests arrive, they simply check-in to get a key code, which allows them to come and go as they please. The community spaces include a large courtyard, a sitting area inside, and a smaller upstairs lounging patio. Veda, the innkeeper, prepares guests breakfast each morning and hosts wine hour every night.


The Guest Rooms

The six guest rooms are named after former American presidents with connections to the region. The room doors are located off long hallways, and each room has a plaque with the room’s name. There are three rooms downstairs and three rooms upstairs. Five rooms have king beds and one room has a queen bed. Each room has a private bathroom and guest-controlled heating and cooling. You can see inside four of the rooms below.

THE MONROE

THE POLK

THE MADISON

THE JACKSON


The Details

The inn’s charm paired with the richness of the Germantown neighborhood allows for an enjoyable and exclusive visit to Nashville. Consider Germantown Inn for your next stay or staycation.

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