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Indianapolis, IN
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Nashville lodging

My mom and I are planning a trip to the Nashville area later this year to do some genealogy searches at the State Archives. We'll most likely be visiting the counties where our ancestors lived; Dickson & Gibson particularly, then I thought we might do something fun, like visit Graceland. Mom was a teenager in the 50s, so Elvis was her man.

I was considering renting a house from VRBO, or something like it, rather than paying for 2 hotel rooms. We have a snoring problem so staying in one room is impossible, but a house with 2 bedrooms might work. Can you recommend an area that is nice and would be less than $200/night? It's fine with me if its a bit of a haul to Memphis since we're not going to be spending much time there (really, just going to Graceland - no ancestry there). We can go out every day, do the ancestry stuff, then come "home" and relax.

Thanks!

Nashville, TN
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1. Re: Nashville lodging

Check on vrbo.com and see what turns up. There won't be a ton of choices, but if you find something you are interested in, post the link and we'll give you feedback on the location. Focus on Nashville and the west side of town, like here: http://www.vrbo.com/134110

Edited: 9:28 am, September 28, 2013
Indianapolis, IN
posts: 112
reviews: 7
2. Re: Nashville lodging

Thanks for the info. I see a lot of homes on a lake. Cumberland River or Old Hickory Lake. Is that a good area?

Music City, USA
posts: 1,276
reviews: 65
3. Re: Nashville lodging

Old Hickory lake is a long lake that has some nice and some not so nice areas. It's not near downtown or any tourist attractions. The Cumberland runs through downtown, but also runs out through the suburbs so where on the river makes a big difference.

Post some links to the ones you're considering like nashpam said and we can give better advice.

Indianapolis, IN
posts: 112
reviews: 7
4. Re: Nashville lodging

What do you think about these 2?

http://www.vrbo.com/465891

http://www.vrbo.com/310296

Nashville, Tennessee
posts: 927
reviews: 50
5. Re: Nashville lodging

I'd vote for the one on Belmont - nice neighborhood, pedestrian friedly, lots of places to eat in the immediate vicinity.

Nashville, Tennessee
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reviews: 56
6. Re: Nashville lodging

I would also favor the Belmont house over the Sylvan Park one.

Music City, USA
posts: 1,276
reviews: 65
7. Re: Nashville lodging

Me too.

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