Lebanon, TN, USA

Lebanon, TN, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 90 vacation rentals near Lebanon. From 57 houses to 16 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Lebanon for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Get a taste of Tennessee in tiny Lebanon

No, you're not in Nashville, but a Lebanon vacation rental will put you pretty darn close. The Country Music Capital is about 30 miles west of this sleepy town that residents have nicknamed "Cedar City" because of the area's many cedar trees. Little tributaries that stem from the sprawling Cumberland River wind through the town's peaceful parks and golf courses, where y'all can bask like a lizard in the warm weather. Ultimately, Lebanon's a quiet escape where you can find country music and tasty Tennessee cuisine without the big city chaos.

Tickle your tastebuds, pick a tee time and catch some country

After you've had your fill of famous Tennessee barbeque, try some hot (as in real spicy) chicken, a Nashville favorite. A fair is always a good opp to sample local eats and if you're here in August, you're in luck. Lebanon's known for its excellent Wilson County Fair, which is heaps of fun with live music, animals, rides, games and lip-smackin' southern treats. If you want to get on the green, there are several golf courses and parks. And finally, dash away to Nashville for some big city life and the country's best country.

Got the blues? Music City will cure them

Remember how folks here call this Cedar City? If you explore the trails and gardens of Cedars of Lebanon State Park, you'll find out why. Most Lebanon vacation rentals will put you near Nashville, where you have your pick of the litter for attractions. Feed your need for speed at the Nashville Speedway or visit the Parthenon, a scale replica of Greece's iconic temple. And you'd be remiss to miss the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry concert hall. Take a tour, watch a show and learn the rich history of this glorious music genre.

Sip on sweet tea and watch a storm chase the sun away

Spring, early summer and late fall bring warm and comfortable weather and frequent rainfall. If you're one of those people who loves to sip on some sweet tea while you watch a thunderstorm roll on up, Lebanon vacation rentals are for you. The hot summers can get a little muggy and buggy, so bring your insect repellant. August is a popular time for Lebanon, when folks flock to the fair grounds for the Wilson County Fair. In the winter, when temps get down to the 30s (and sometimes 20s), a rare snowfall will send the city into a tizzy.

Nothin' sweeter than Lebanon's scent of cedar

Breath through your nose and you'll likely get a whiff of 1 of Lebanon's many cedar trees. These aromatic pines make the whole area smell and look like Christmas. You've got the massive Cumberland River to the north, and J. Percy Lake to the west, both of which are wildlife havens, with otters, coyotes, migrating birds and more. Central Tennessee is flat, and while there are some gently rolling hills around here, you'd have to drive about 100 miles east to reach the Smokies foothills.