Private suite (1BR+LR w/sofa bed) upstairs in 1920s bungalow on tree-lined block in East Nashville’s Lockeland Springs with modern decor, cool art & tons of amenities. Free wine, beer, coffee & snacks. Minutes to shops, coffee, bars, restaurants, Shelby Park hiking trails and the Olive & Sinclair chocolate factory 3 blocks away! 5-10 minute Uber/Lyft ride to East Nashville restaurants and downtown sights, 15-20 minutes to airport. Everyone welcome. Weekends always fill up, so book now!
The guest suite is completely private and renovated with your comfort and enjoyment in mind. It retains its vintage features but has modern amenities. PLEASE NOTE: the suite is the upstairs of our house.
-- Bedroom: Large room with queen-sized bed (Tuft and Needle mattress), wall-mounted flat screen TV (cable/HBO), reading nook, spacious/full length closet, hypoallergenic linens/pillows.
-- Living room/lounge: Private entrance, comfy pull-out sofa with queen-sized bed, wall-mounted flat screen TV (cable/HBO/Roku), desk for doing work, plenty of seating for hanging out.
-- Kitchenette: Mini refrigerator (with small freezer), microwave, Keurig coffee maker, handmade walnut dining counter, complimentary snacks, wine, local beer and other beverages.
-- Bathroom: Four-piece bathroom with white subway tile, vintage tub and separate shower, ceiling heater/fan.
-- Additional features: Fast Internet service and WiFi. Fully adjustable central heating and A/C. The keyless lock will have a unique entry code programmed just for you. Handmade furniture, antiques and comfortable style. Plenty of comfy sheets, blankets, towels and pillows as well as books, magazines and games to enjoy.
As comfortable as you’ll be in your private suite, you will want to enjoy the great restaurants, stores, art, parks and people in East Nashville! You’ll find a list of our favorite places in the guidebook inside. Please feel free to ask for recommendations if you have something specific in mind. Please also let us know if you are here for a personal celebration or special occasion!
All weekends have been filled since we started, so we recommend booking as far in advance as possible. All taxes are included, so there's no need for cash payments.
You have total access to a private one-bedroom/living-room with pull-out sofa/kitchenette suite with private entrance. The entire upstairs space is yours.
Interaction with guests
We would love to meet you and chat, but we’re flexible and want you to enjoy your experience, your way. We are a text or phone call away if you need anything or have questions.
Other things to note
We welcome everyone equally. Check-in time is 3pm; check-out time is 11am. The suite is up an external stairway and is not wheelchair accessible. We have cats in the downstairs of our house, but they never have access to the upstairs suite. The bathroom is stocked with soap, shampoo and other toiletries. There is a Keurig coffee maker with complimentary coffee, tea and hot chocolate. There is street parking directly in front of the house. We comply with all local laws and regulations, including adherence to fire safety guidelines. We have a permit and pay all appropriate taxes and fees. There are public tennis courts one block away and we have rackets/balls for you to use.
We love our home and are pleased to share it with respectful guests. Since we live downstairs, please observe quiet time between 11pm and 7am. No pets. Please no smoking anywhere on the property. MOST IMPORTANTLY, please respect our neighbors and avoid making noise outside, especially on the exterior stairs leading up to the suite, to avoid disturbing our next door neighbor. We do not prohibit visitors; however, we don't allow visitors beyond the number from the original booking to stay over night without prior approval and payment of the $15 per night, per guest fee.
Long-term reservations may require guests to sign a lease agreement depending on the length of stay.
Mitch and Donna are world-versed native Southerners. We met and married in Washington, DC, then moved to New York City so Donna could attend graduate school at NYU to earn her Master Degree in Social Work. In the meantime, Mitch earned his MFA in creative writing (poetry) from Vermont College. After 11 years in NYC, we moved to Nashville to be closer to family, so Donna could have a garden and so Mitch could have a woodworking shop. Donna went to Oberlin College for undergrad and Mitch went to the University of Tennessee. We have witnessed the resurgence of East Nashville first hand and are eager to share our love for the community and all the great people and activities it offers!