Nashville June 06, 2019
Get Away From It All This Weekend At These Farm Cabins Near Nashville
Summertime is coming quick, and with it comes quiet afternoons that bleed into evenings spent on the front porch, free festivals and an all-around de-acceleration of the day-to-day. The whole world seems to slow down in the heat. If you’re looking to take advantage of this beautiful, slow season, then make a reservation at Stay Down on the Farm in Cottontown, Tennessee. It provides a way to experience the beauty of nature without the wildly intense price tag!
Just north of Nashville on I-65, you'll find one of the most tranquil and beautiful places in all of Tennessee, and you can stay the night in one of their beautiful cabins.
"Stay Down On The Farm" features 6 cabins on their 100-acre property, each cabin coming fully furnished and ready for you and your family to enjoy a nice, relaxing stay.
The farm has plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy nature. There are many trails around the property that will take you to the ruins of an old homestead or an idyllic creek lined with wildflowers. There's also a playground, a pavilion, horseshoe pits, and a small driving range!
One of the most gorgeous homes on the property is the 180-year-old log cabin on Walnut Hill. While the outside is still rustic and historic, the inside has been recently remodeled and can host up to 7 people for less than $200 per night.
When you're on the farm, you're very likely to run in to some of the "neighbors," like the many deer, raccoons, and even turkeys!
Down on the Farm is the perfect spot to stay, whether you're looking for a secluded retreat from busy Nashville life or you're looking for a home-base from which to visit the city. It's only a 30-minute drive from the heart of downtown!
Stay Down On The Farm has availability throughout the year, and with six different properties to choose from, you're guaranteed to find one that fits your style and budget. Head on over to
to book today!
If you’re looking for a bit more information, you can check out the
Stay Down on the Farm official Facebook page for up-to-date news and events.