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All reviews other guests french room wonderful hosts vanderbilt university breakfast is served quiet neighborhood tin angel every morning three nights short drive cma awards uber ride downtown nashville nice stay comfortable beds music city grand ole opry
This B&B is IMMACULATE! We stayed in the French Room and I couldn't believe how big it was, and the bedding was A DREAM. Owners, Darrell and Linda were both so kind and accommodating, we loved having breakfast! We will definitely be back, they made...More
We had booked a room for our first 1 year anniversary in October 2018. After requesting a booking, we get a call from Linda who said there was a mistake and the room we requested wasn’t available. She was able to provide us, however, with...More
Checked in around 4:00pm CST, met with Linda (her husband Darrell also ru s the B&B). Beautiful place, Tudor style house. We were in the French room, which occupied a corner of the front of the house.
Room was beautiful, big king bed, with huge...More
I have stayed at many BnBs in the US, Canada and Europe ... this one measured up in some regards, but not others. I was travelling with my two elderly parents who have mobility issues. In addition, my dad has a dead nerve in his...More
My wife and I recently visited Nashville and chose the Daisy Hill Inn for a 3-day stay. Owners Darrell and Linda Bengson run a beautifully decorated, warm and friendly Bed & Breakfast near Vanderbilt University, a few minutes away from the exciting Broadway strip. They...More
Opryland is no longer in downtown Nashville, but is out by the airport, so Daisy Hill is not close to it at all. It is a short drive on US 231 (just a few blocks from the B&B) to get to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the... More
Opryland is no longer in downtown Nashville, but is out by the airport, so Daisy Hill is not close to it at all. It is a short drive on US 231 (just a few blocks from the B&B) to get to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Ryman Theater (where the Opry used to be...) and to Broadway (or "music row" as you referred to it.) You will need a car to get anywhere from Daisy Hill, but most places of interest are just a short drive away. I recommend getting a good map of downtown Nashville-- there are good ones available online that give you enough details to find pretty much everything you'd want to see. Or, use GPS.