Whether you’re staying at our pet friendly hotel in Nashville for business or pleasure, you’re sure to find that the area has plenty to keep you busy. For instance, you may wish to take your canine companion with you to see the Historic Carnton Plantation, where you can walk around the cemetery (with your dog on a leash, of course) and view the site where one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War took place in 1864.
Follow up all that history with a glass of wine at Long Hollow Winery and Vineyards. Dogs are welcome on the vineyard grounds, as long as they are leashed; but pets are not allowed in the tasting room. During your stay at our Nashville pet friendly hotel, this can be a great way to change things up from the usual dog park.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite, head over to Blackstone Restaurant and Brewery. Here, beer is the drink of choice, and entrees range from a ribeye to rainbow trout. Enjoy your selection on the patio, accompanied by your four-legged friend. Stay as late as you wish; our Nashville pet friendly hotel will be waiting for you when you're ready to call it a night.