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Darrell and Linda are wonderful hosts and were very helpful in directing us around the area in order to avoid the chaos of downtown Nashville due to the Predators NHL Stanley Cup playoffs and the CMA awards build up. We were able to have dinner...More
Very warm welcome from owner Darrell. Quiet location yet only $6 Uber ride from downtown Nashville. Very clean and comfortable - great air-con. Breakfasts something special - great fresh food and excellent conversation. Highly recommended.
If you're looking to stay someplace in Nashville other than a chain hotel, The Daisy Hill Inn bed and breakfast could be the place for you .We stayed there for three nights in April and had a very enjoyable experience. It is located in a...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Daisy Hill B & B. Gourmet breakfast every morning included fresh fruit, juice, and coffee. Each day was a different menu which included Spanish frittatas, waffles, and Eggs Benedict on Sunday. We enjoyed morning conversation with other guests and...More
My husband whisked me away for a surprise anniversary trip to Nashville and booked us three nights at Daisy Hill. The French room was very charming and our hosts were helpful and attentive while not being obtrusive. We were the only guests at the time...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.