Thistletop Inn is a Bed & Breakfast with Historic Architectural Artifacts from Nashville,New Orleans,Louisville,Scotland,England & France... It's located in Goodlettsville, Tennessee on eleven acres of hardwoods and rolling meadows outside Nashville. There's plenty of tranquility & beauty. Make yourself at home. Relax in a romantic hideaway where rustic meets renaissance. With rugged post and beam timber lines and bold stonework; it has the feel of a French Chateau or a stylish ranch in Telluride more than anything else. From antiques and earthy décor filled with nice touches…it's Home Away from Home with an excellent breakfast. Soak up the feel of the city. Connect with nature. Listen to good music. Enjoy. It's a perfect base for excellent exploring and memorable adventures. There is an addition room for rent as well called the Taos. Check our website for the full descriptio.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.thistletopinn.com Call us at 615-851-2153 for more information
Fred and Mary Jane Peace would like to welcome you to the Thistletop Inn. With years of traveling experience, we understand how important it is to feel comfortable while you're away from home. We know that our home can create that feeling for you. We want you to relax, enjoy, find peace, and eat well. There is a great energy at Thistletop and we know you'll feel it too. You will always want to come back.
Why the Owner Chose Nashville: We chose this property because of the architect. Braxton Dixons ability to assemble post and beam and stone in connection with the site....absolutely amazing. Many of the same craftsmen worked on building the Johnny Cash house in Hendersonville. Truly a work of art.
The Unique Benefits at this House: The comforts of home, the aesthetics of an amazing architectural environment, the solitude of being distant from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, a cup of coffee in a comfortable chair watching migratory birds at the pond, a leisurely stroll in the woods, being fifteen minutes to downtown... these are a few of my favorite things about Thistletop.