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Called home by many a celebrated country crooner thanks to its real estate credentials and lakeside setting, Hendersonville sits 18 miles northwest of downtown Nashville. A small town-style blend of city-like amenities and green and scenic recreational spaces, the suburb is full of wholesome pleasures. Play on the Old Hickory Lake, enjoy big shopping, savor some Southern soul fare, or explore the remnants of its past. If you want to take things up an octave, Nashville’s musical marvels and honky-tonk hijinks are just moments away.

Things to see

Old Hickory Lake offers 26 miles of idyllic shoreline. Spanning 22,500 acres, the vast man-made reservoir and its green and leafy banks lend themselves to whole host of activities, from fishing, boating, and water skiing, to camping and picnics. The former palatial pad of country singer Conway Twitty, Trinity Music City is now a Christian entertainment complex owned by the Trinity Broadcasting Network. Along with a theater and restaurant, the venue hosts religious services on Sunday and regular live show tapings of “Praise the Lord”. Steeped in the captivating history of Hendersonville’s first settler Daniel Smith, Historic Rock Castle dates back to circa 1784. Constructed from limestone in the Federal style, it sits within 18 acres of planted grounds, shady wooded areas, and fragrant herb gardens. Now a museum, the interior features original furnishings owned by the Smith family for over 200 years.

Hotels in Hendersonville

Whatever your taste and budget, there’s a good handful of hotels in Hendersonville to accommodate your needs. Much of the area’s lodgings come in the form of chain name hotels and motels, each packed with plenty of amenities. Among them guests can enjoy swimming pools and fitness facilities, along with the convenience of onsite eateries and business centers. Rooms usually come in simple but pleasant style, and often feature cable television, high speed internet access, refrigerators, and microwaves. If the hotels in Hendersonville aren’t to your liking, then Nashville offers a much more cosmopolitan selection, ranging from grand and ritzy high rise hotels to locally owned B&Bs.

Where to stay

Hendersonville’s long main street offers a mix of chain name eateries, locally owned restaurants and strip mall style shopping haunts. The Streets of Indian Lake, Maple Row, and Hendersonville Plaza all offer a who’s who of big brand names. Swathed in picturesque greenery, Old Hickory Lake Park and Drakes Creek Park offer lots for those seeking waterside recreation. The local transport in Hendersonville and Nashville is well linked, with journeys into Nashville’s downtown district taking around 40 minutes by bus. There you’ll find the neon-lit sights and distinct sounds of buzzing Lower Broadway, and all the attractions of Music Row – an industry mecca and home to the legendary Studio B.

How to get to Hendersonville

Nashville International is the main airport serving the area, situated about 20 miles south of Hendersonville. It provides connections to most major destinations in the United States, including Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, D.C., along with Toronto too. Once you’ve landed a taxi or rental car can get you to your hotel. Alternatively, MTA’s Route 18 Airport bus can whisk you into downtown Nashville, where you can hop aboard the 92X bus into Hendersonville. For budget travelers Nashville is reachable with the Greyhound bus service, whilst those driving in can access Hendersonville via Interstate 65.