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These are the 7 best Airbnb homes near Nashville Farmers Market

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The Nashville Farmers Market is in Downtown Nashville, adjacent to the Tennessee State Museum and Bicentennial Mall State Park. This market which was founded in the early 1800s provides retail space to farmers, artisans, non-profits and small businesses. The market comprises two covered outdoor sheds, a greenhouse microgreen farm, a 24,000 square-foot garden center, a culinary incubation center and an international food hall which includes two dozen restaurants and shops. The market brings in folks from all over the state. For those traveling, why not make it a mini-vacation?! Here are some Airbnb properties nearby that we think you’ll love.

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7. Two Bedroom Home with Large Backyard

The living room has comfortable couches, a cozy fireplace, and fun decor

This house called “The Jackson” is a two bedroom house with a large backyard perfect for those traveling with their furry friends. A full kitchen, fireplace, grill,  and laundry are also included in the affordable rate of $55 per night! In addition to the Farmers Market, this home is close to the Nashville Zoo, the airport, and great restaurants.

6. Cozy Guest Suite near East Nashville

The living space has double doors that open up to the private deck

Located in a trendy and diverse neighborhood filled with historic houses on shady streets, this home is a beautiful accommodation for just $62 per night. Spend the afternoons on the deck and enjoy a fresh fruit salad from all the goodies you got from the Nashville’s Farmers Market!

5. A Private Loft Apartment

The spacious studio features wood and metal floors, walls, and ceilings for a rustic look

Not too far from the Five Points area, and just minutes away from the Nashville Farmer’s Market, this studio garage loft starts at only $70 per night. You’ll get a private entrance, access to a wonderful outside deck and courtyard BBQ area! When you’re ready to head in for the night, cook up your fresh veggies and other market goodies in the full kitchen.

4. A Cozy Home in Inglewood

The bedroom has a queen-sized bed, a television, and a writing desk

Start your day off right by relaxing in this suite’s gorgeous backyard. This cozy accommodation costs $70 per night and is an ideal spot for those wanting to explore Nashville. Located in a quiet, residential neighborhood on the northern side of Nashville, it is a short drive to the best hotspots and Five Points.

3. Private Suite in a Historic Home

Featured in the living room is an indoor fireplace, record player, and cozy seating

This Victorian home was built in 1890 and has high ceilings and homey touches.  Relax in this piece of living history with comfortable finishing and chic décor, while enjoying different amenities including an espresso bar, cocktail cart, designer bedding, and an “en suite bath.” This home is situated in a quiet neighborhood with easy access to charming cafes, local restaurants, and lively nightclubs. Starting at $89 per night.

2. A Rustic Style Suite

The living space has a Murphy bed, large television, and a spacious layout

Enjoy the effortless style of this modern home disguised as a cozy bungalow with mid-century flair. The modular cedar slatted wall locks in place to seclude the suite from the rest of the home further enhances its privacy. Just a 10-minute drive to the Nashville Farmers Market! Rentals start at $93 per night.

1. A Dreamy Attic Apartment

This apartment is bright with a simple design and mid-century flair

This restored craftsman bungalow dates back to 1899. It is beautifully decorated with mid-century finds alongside art collected on travels. Just a mile across the river from Downtown and five blocks away from the historic Five Points, this home is surrounded by dozens of independent shops, coffee houses, bars, and restaurants. Walkable to the Nashville Farmers Market, and just $100 per night.

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