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If you are going to Nashville and you want a clean inexpensive place to stay, this is it. You share a bathroom with one other person who you never see! They lock your door when they go in and unlock it when they return to...More
I stay at Scarritt-Bennett every time I am in Nashville for my block periods at Vanderbilt (I'm a distance-learning student but I have to travel to Nashville once a month and stay for a week) and each time I come I like it even more!...More
There are very few open spaces in Nashville and Scarritt-Bennett has a very large expansive piece of land. It was originally a seminary. The architecture is beautiful and hopefully the exterior of these historic buildings will be preserved. However, aside from the lovely chapel, these...More
Very small rooms, with only bed and small table; carpenting on the floor is dirty; the common fridge is not cleaned as well, therefore the left by the others food rots and molds, making the fridge discusting to use (unless you throw the spoiled food...More
The price to get a room at this place is truly unbeatable, compared to actual hotels. The rooms are very basic, with only a bed and desk/chair. Still, I only needed a place to sleep. The one thing that bothered me was that the microwave...More
I dunno about breakfast but the place is about 5 minutes walking distance to several of your standard issue American restaurants you'd find anywhere, like starbucks and chipotle and etc. If you want to know if the place... More
I dunno about breakfast but the place is about 5 minutes walking distance to several of your standard issue American restaurants you'd find anywhere, like starbucks and chipotle and etc. If you want to know if the place itself serves food I think you should call or email them. When I was there the dining hall was not open, but I've heard people say they've eaten in there.