If you’re looking for unique accommodations, you can find themes of all styles among Clarksville’s short-term rental options. Here are a few of our most popular, top-reviewed, and interesting Airbnbs.
Cave Johnson House. Photo Credit - The Cultivated Company
Stay in a piece of Clarksville history at the homesite of Cave Johnson, the inventor of the “lick-able stamp”. This three-bedroom Victorian mansion is ideal for groups wanting large common areas.
Chic Downtown Home
Enjoy a relaxing getaway at this chic three-bedroom home in Downtown Clarksville.
Eclectic Getaway in the Woods
Nature lovers will enjoy staying at this eclectic two-bedroom home surrounded by Dunbar Cave State Park.
Comfort meets wilderness at this luxurious off-grid yurt located in Montgomery County.
Cozy up in this three-bedroom modern A-frame house resting on a wooded 2-acre hilltop.
Enjoy the convenience and charm of this cozy two-bedroom home located in downtown Clarksville.
Old Meets New
This charming two-bedroom loft apartment is only three blocks away from Historic Downtown Clarksville.
A Tennessee Tiny House
Snap some photos of the mural at this two-bedroom 1923 farmhouse located in a quiet country setting.
The Cabin at Pine Ridge Farm
This luxurious log cabin sits on a 420-acre working farm, hunting preserve, and clay shooting facility.
The Old Clarksville House
Enjoy the hidden speakeasy and eclectic decor at this prohibition-era-inspired three-bedroom home.
The Pink House
Book this three-bedroom pink cottage for a girlfriend's getaway, birthday weekend, or bachelorette trip. Located next to The Old Clarksville House, the two make a great pair for wedding parties.
Be at the heart of the action in this three-bedroom mid-century modern loft in Downtown Clarksville.