Travelers who are looking for a different experience than traditional hotel accommodations will find many highly rated and fun options in Clarksville. These Airbnb.com rentals provide unique lodging alternatives for those planning time away in Clarksville. Featuring a variety of different amenities and décor styles, visitors will find high-personality properties throughout the city – whether planning a romantic weekend for two or a full family vacation. Here are six of downtown Clarksville’s “Most Chic” Airbnb options.
The Adorable Tiny Home
Tiny homes have become a popular travel trend. Being able to enjoy the standard amenities of a regular-sized house in a smaller space appeals to many travelers. This newly finished 3 bedroom/2 bath home is ideal for any of our tiny house enthusiasts. This chic little bungalow can sleep seven and is fully furnished for an extended stay.
The Downtown Oasis
This one bedroom/one bath loft perfectly reflects the charm of Downtown Clarksville. With its historic exposed brick and industrial milled beams, this little oasis is the perfect place to stay to take in all that Clarksville has to offer. Staying here, you can step downstairs, grab a cup of coffee at The Founding Frothers, walk down the street to Strawberry Alley Ale Works, or stroll the trendy shops, boutiques and galleries.
Industrial River Front Getaway
Still want the downtown feel but need more space? Look no further than this gorgeous loft on Second Street. Only a few blocks from the many downtown attractions, this getaway offers luxurious amenities and a beautiful open space for playing games, having a glass of wine, or catching up on your favorite show. Enjoy a beautiful morning sipping coffee or tea on the balcony as you start your day.
This home is the ultimate choice for an extended stay vacation. The elegantly inspired listing is suited for those who want more space or are traveling with multiple people. With proximity to downtown and Fort Campbell, this property is convenient for most all of Clarksville's must-see attractions. Nearby dining, shopping, and recreation will round out a highly memorable stay in the Clarksville area.
History in the Architecture: "The Avenue"
Clarksville is no stranger to renovation. In a city where old and rustic meets modern and chic, there is no doubt that this 1930’s house is “fixer-upper” worthy. (Just look at the photo!) This home offers a fresh new way to experience the history of Clarksville. The space provides a unique option for those who need a family or friends weekend adventure without breaking the bank. With a full deck and spacious backyard, there are plenty of ways to make this one-of-a-kind homestead your choice for a terrific time in Clarksville.
Clarksville's Pink Palace
Lastly, one of Clarksville’s more popular Airbnb’s is one that’s catching attention -- a pink home. Located in the heart of a revitalized neighborhood, minutes from downtown, parks, and the public library, this “little pink palace” will have you booking it in no time. Its elegantly designed interior makes this older home look like a spectacular Southern Living-inspired front cover. Scroll through the photos on the listing page and fall in love with the idea of staying here. A newly refurbished back courtyard makes an intimate space for outdoor dining or relaxing, or a small wedding or reception.
Visitors to Clarksville will find character-filled, Magnolia-inspired options that are much more affordable than comparable properties in major cities across the country. With more than 200 short-term rentals make sure to check all of Clarksville’s Airbnb listings. Use the Visit Clarksville website (visitclarksvilletn.com) or the free Visit Clarksville TN mobile app to help make travel planning easy.
Header Photo: Owner of "The Avenue" Jake L.
About Visit Clarksville
The Clarksville-Montgomery County Tourism Commission was established by the State of Tennessee in 1979 to positively influence tourism in the Clarksville-Montgomery County area by promoting tourist attractions, hosting conventions and group tours, and engaging in large-scale marketing efforts. In 2015, the organization adopted the Visit Clarksville brand. Visit Clarksville is governed by a nine-member board of directors and is funded by a portion of the local hotel-motel tax.