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Enjoyed our stay here in this well located B&B in leafy suburbs of Nashville. They care about what they do. Immaculately clean. The room whilst small (Scottish Room) had all you needed though bath tub was behind curtain in bedroom so no privacy if thats...More
This was the first B&B I had stayed in the U.S. It was like entering an attractive home and we were greeted by Linda who immediatly made us feel welcomed Our room was very comfortable and spotless clean. We could use a large lounge with...More
When we visited our daughter after her recent move to Nashville, we were very pleasantly surprised with our choice of staying at the Daisy Hill B&B. The owners were very hospitable and the location was close to Vanderbilt in a nice quiet neighborhood. This B&B...More
Daisy Hill is in a quiet leafy neighborhood that is 5-15 min from everything you want to see in Nashville. The house is full of charm and was very comfortable for our 5-night stay. Darrell and Linda could not be more welcoming or helpful. We...More
Darrell & Linda are exceptionally gracious hosts. The B&B is gorgeous. Rooms are lovely. Mattress was excellent!! Breakfast delicious. We stayed at 4 B&B's on this trip and this was by far the best. Would not hesitate to return or recommend to a friend. Do...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.