We actually went here in the last week of December 2010 to visit friends and go to the music city bowl, and everything was booked! We were actually booked to stay in another B&B but when the owner realized he had double booked, he helped us secure a stay here, which was nice on the part of both parties. While our room was decorative and clean, I didn't find the house itself to be all that inviting. It didn't make we want to come sit in the great room or eating area. The owner is not "homey" but she is cordial and accommodating. To me, a B&B is about the little extras, which I didn't find this place to have any except a small coffee maker out in the hallway. And as far as breakfast goes, I wasn't impressed, but then again, I am a cook at heart. It wasn't bad, I'm not saying that, it's just that, again, part of the word for this place is "breakfast" right, so I expect that to be one of the more memorable parts of staying here, and it wasn't. So it's not a bad place, I'm not saying that, if it's all you can find, go there, but it's just that if you're looking for your visit in Nashville to be about cozy, southern charm...keep looking.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Big Bungalow B&B is located in Nashville's Historic Edgefield neighborhood walking distance from Music City's downtown, Titans Stadium, and minutes from all the wonderful sites Nashville has to offer. This 1926 home offers just the right mix of old charm with a warm homey atmosphere, contemporary amenities, and urban convenience. Featuring: 3 rooms/3 private baths, a Licensed Massage Therapist on site, Superior Breakfast, High Speed Internet, and live musical events. Come and Visit! ... more less