The Most Stunning Airbnb Rentals In Nashville

From events celebrating country music to bachelorette parties filled with good times and great food, Nashville, Tennessee is one of the most popular destinations for travelers looking to experience the best of the south. Being that the city houses a huge musical influence, visitors of Nashville can expect to find amazing comfort food, exciting nightlife, and a legendary array of concert venues. 

While there are some nice hotels in the city, the stunning listings on Airbnb provide a more authentic and unique experience so that you may live like a true local while exploring Nashville. Whether you are looking to rent an entire house that allows for you to unwind in total privacy or you prefer a more modern loft right in the heart of the city, Airbnb ensures that all visitors find exactly what they are looking for during their stay. So without further ado, here is House Digest's list of the most stunning Airbnb rentals in Nashville that boast beautiful settings and convenient locations so that you can have the best time possible in the Music City.

See the best of Nashville while staying at the private NashVilla Retreat

According to the Airbnb listing, the NashVilla Retreat is only a mere five to 10 minute walk from some of the most charming coffee shops and restaurants in East Nashville. Though there is only one bedroom and queen-sized bed, guests will find a cool loft with a second bed at the top of the contemporary stairwell, meaning that up to four people can enjoy this rental without issue. Despite being somewhat of a smaller space, the entire home is decorated with a clear attention to detail and a modern eye, and the open-floor plan ensures that you won't feel cramped in even the slightest manner during your stay.

Some other architectural highlights that design-lovers will appreciate include the tall, vaulted ceilings, modern tiling throughout the kitchen and bathroom, and the ample amount of natural light that reflects off of the white walls and neutral décor found throughout the space. Though there isn't much of an outdoor area to enjoy, this rental is a great option for those looking to lounge in style in between outings and exploring the more social side of the city.

Stay 15 minutes from downtown Nashville in The Greenhouse

The Greenhouse is a unique structure that is located right in the heart of Nashville, and you can't beat this Airbnb when it comes to value. Per the listing on Airbnb, the large, glass-paned windows and skylights within the house allow for an amazing amount of light to shine through, creating an open and airy vibe throughout the house. While it might not look like much from the outside, the interior of the house has a unique, slanted ceiling that gives the property a quirky but contemporary feel to it. Being that most of the walls and furniture are white, the scattered pops of color come from the bright green plants found throughout the house and around the property.

Being that it is so centrally located, this Airbnb is a solid choice for travelers hoping to check out Belmont or Vanderbilt University. Some other highlights of the rental include an on-site washer and dryer along with a private parking space so that you may come and go at your own leisure. Though there is only one bedroom, the house can fit up to three guests with the plush sofa that is in the living room or an air mattress upon request.

Enjoy a retreat in this hip, cozy cottage with a fire pit

Meticulously designed with modern décor such as a quirky bookshelf with southwestern accents, this modern cottage is a stunning place to call home while visiting Nashville. According to the Airbnb listing, this cozy cabin has two bedrooms and can fit up to four guests comfortably. From the indoor fireplace to the snazzy record player, this contemporary, country set-up looks as though it came straight out of a magazine as all of the details and accessories work together perfectly to create harmony and style. Plus it won't break the bank!

The antique dining table is topped off with a beautiful wreathed chandelier hanging above it, while the quaint kitchen sits nicely in the background with a miniature refrigerator, stove, and sink. Though the outdoor space in the back of the cottage is pretty tiny, there is a nice fire pit along with a couple of chairs and bench so that guests may build a fire, roast some marshmallows, and enjoy a glass of wine while sitting under the Tennessee night sky.

Stay in this quaint tiny house that is one of Nashville's most popular rentals

If you're looking to experience a stay that is straight out of a storybook, look no further than this charming tiny house. As one of the most popular and affordable rentals in Nashville, this Airbnb has been featured in a variety of publications including Travel + Leisure and USA Today, per the Airbnb listing. On the interior of the tiny house, guests will find modern appliances that have a vintage touch. For example, the light blue cabinets in the kitchen have been repurposed so they look new but still maintain the traditional and cozy feel that has made this rental so coveted.

Being that the space is small, guests have to climb up a ladder to get to the lofted sleeping area, though the bed itself is very sizable and can easily fit up to two people at a time. Look out onto the surrounding nature from the comfort of the vintage clawfoot tub for the ultimate relaxing experience. If you feel like you are in need of some fresh air, step out onto the connecting patio that is surrounded by greenery and trees, and allow yourself to reset before going back inside or venturing into the city for some tasty bites and two-stepping.

Unwind in this two-bedroom cottage-style house in East Nashville

For those traveling with a larger group, this charming East Nashville cottage-style house can accommodate up to six guests across two spacious bedrooms and their massive West Elm sofa bed in the living room, according to the Airbnb listing. The décor within the house is fairly modern and trendy, though there is a timeless element to it as well. For example, the black brick fireplace adds a contemporary touch while the traditional Turkish rugs help the house to maintain a more elegant and classic appeal.

Some other nice highlights throughout the inside of the house include the color-coordinated bookshelf, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and a stacked washer and dryer for total ease and convenience even throughout a longer stay. Though the outside of the house is attractive, the interior truly makes this Airbnb worth the stay. Additionally, there is a small patio on the backside of the house that has a couple of comfy, round chairs for lounging under the stars or sipping your morning brew.

Check out this industrial-style located loft right off of Nashville's most popular city street

If you're seeking something a bit more chic and upscale during your visit to Nashville, this industrial-style loft might be perfect for you. Located right off of Nashville's famous Broadway Street, renting out this stylish loft means being able to walk to some of the most popular bars, pubs, and restaurants in the area, as noted by the Airbnb listing. Between the sleek, modern kitchen that features a nice tile backsplash and the massive "For the Record" mural on the living room wall, this loft is the perfect mixture of industrial and rustic. Even the worn-down and tarnished walls provide a certain aesthetic and charm to the space.

Since this rental is a city loft, there is no private or designated outdoor area. However, being that you'll most likely be spending the majority of your time out and about exploring the historic Broadway district of Nashville, you won't be missing out on much. If you're wanting to enjoy a quiet night or morning in the loft, simply pick up take out or cook up something tasty in the updated kitchen before sitting down at the small dining table to do some people-watching through the large glass windows as you eat.

Spread out during a stay at this spacious Nashville loft

With more space than a typical city loft, this spacious Airbnb can house up to six people across two bedrooms. From the high ceilings to the sleek design and décor, this rental offers guests the opportunity to stay in luxury in this 880-square-foot slice of city heaven, per the listing on Airbnb. Though the building that houses the loft is over 130 years old, a massive renovation resulted in some of the most modern fixtures and technology that include stainless steel appliances, stunning light fixtures, and a washer and dryer duo so that you can feel right at home during your stay.

With a keen attention and appreciation to detail, some of the furniture throughout the loft is even custom-made, and there are a few commissioned art pieces throughout in order to curate the unique and stunning setting that this rental boasts. Also, rather than having standard windows across the wall, the overhead skylight windows bring in a nice amount of light while still setting the mood in this industrial-style apartment.

Stay right on Music Row at this luxury Nashville condominium

If music is the main attraction that brought you to Nashville, then there is no better place for you to stay than right on Music row. Per the Airbnb listing, this snazzy and flashy condominium is located in the same place that artists such as Elvis and Johnny Cash would stay when in town for recording sessions or gigs. In addition to staying in utter style, this Airbnb also lets guests get a taste of the lives that music legends and icons have lived. Though it is only a one-bedroom condo, this rental can fit up to six guests. With two queen beds in the master bedroom and a large sofa bed in the living area, space certainly will not be an issue even when traveling with a larger group.

Perhaps the most striking amenity of this Airbnb is the guitar-shaped pool that guests are able to share with other residents of the building. Enjoy taking a dip in this iconic pool before walking over to the Gulch for dinner and dancing. Finally, while the décor of this condo might be a bit over-the-top for some people's taste, no one will be able to resist the lavish, white soaking tub in the bathroom.

Enjoy staying in a piece of history at this former Tobacco Warehouse from 1865

The only thing better than a hip Airbnb is a historic one. However, at this former tobacco warehouse, guests are able to get the best of both worlds. According to the Airbnb listing, this rental was built around 1865 and existed during the Civil War. Though it has since been updated and modernized with new furniture and appliances, the former tobacco auction house has managed to maintain a lot of its original charm and rustic appeal. The brick walls throughout the unit feature interesting graffiti-covered walls and art, creating an eclectic atmosphere.

Some other fun details that guests of this Airbnb might notice include a vintage bar car, quirky items such as an old radio, and a traditional landline telephone system. If you desire a change of scenery during your stay, simply head up to the Skytower, which is located on the fourth floor of the building, and take a dip in the pool and hang out by the bar overlooking the scenic city lights.

Experience a romantic getaway in this quaint cottage

Between the serene sounds of the nearby creek and the vintage clawfoot tub, this romantic cottage is an idyllic stay for an intimate weekend in Nashville, as noted by the Airbnb listing. The contrast between the white wooden exterior and the bold red door gives the exterior of this home an abundance of character. Though it does have a bit of a dated appearance, this cottage possesses a special charm that sets the tone for a magical stay. Located around the back, guests will find a small but peaceful patio with a wooden bench and bistro set that is perfect for enjoying a glass of wine in the evening or a cup of coffee in the morning.

When it comes to the interior of the cottage, all of the proper amenities are accounted for. From a luxurious queen-sized bed that has modern country décor to a quaint living room area with a Smart TV, guests have everything they need to relax and get comfortable. However, one of the absolute best parts of this rental is without a doubt the stunning porcelain clawfoot tub in the bathroom.

Check out this eco-friendly tiny house for a more sustainable stay in Nashville

This tiny house is a great option for those who like to stay in style while still keeping your accommodations relatively simple and low key. According to the Airbnb listing, the house is totally eco-friendly and allows for you to enjoy your visit while minimizing your carbon footprint. Despite being only 165 square feet, this tiny house provides guests with everything needed to feel comfortable and right at home, including a full kitchen, washer and dryer, and a plush lofted bed just at the top of the staircase.

While some people travel to Nashville in hopes of spending the majority of their time in the city, this Airbnb is more of a secluded and isolated option. Though it is only a mere four miles from downtown Nashville, this charming tiny house is also located near Shelby Bottoms, Radnor Lake, and Seven Oaks, which are three of Nashville's most popular nature parks. With a clean and inviting interior, this tiny house is a simple yet splendid place to spend a weekend in Music City.

Spread out and make yourself at home at the two-bedroom Nash Villa

Located in Edgeville Village, The Nash Villa is a renovated two-bedroom accommodation that was originally built in 1930, as noted by the Airbnb listing. In addition to being situated just up the block from some of the cutest coffee shops and restaurants in the area, The Nash Villa is also only about a five-minute drive from downtown, making it a prime spot for those looking to spend a majority of their time exploring the city or doing a southern food tour. In true Nashville style, this house is filled with rustic décor that has a contemporary twist, creating a cozy atmosphere for guests to unwind in.

Though guests do have access to the entire downstairs of the house, keep in mind that the structure has actually been split and made into a duplex, meaning you might have other people staying above you. Thankfully, each section of the house has its own entrance, meaning you'll still have a decent amount of privacy during your stay.