Have you ever wanted to escape from the grind of everyday life? Lock away your phone, connect with your loved ones, and explore nature. Getaway House Nashville can help. This isn’t your average cabin rental.
Just two hours outside of Nashville, Tennessee, you’ll find the perfect place to do just that at Getaway’s newest location — Getaway Nashville at Dale Hollow. This village of tiny homes has everything you need to relax, unplug, and enjoy the beauty of nature all around you. When you’re ready, see our discount code at the bottom of this post.
WHERE IS GETAWAY DALE HOLLOW
Located an hour and 50 minutes from Nashville, you’ll find these 40 tiny cabins nestled in the town of Moss, TN, spread across 415 acres of beautiful trees and pasture.
Surrounded by a forest of trees, the Getaway Dale Hollow Outpost is just a 30 minute drive from Dale Hollow Lake — where you can enjoy the water. There are also several amazing hiking trails within an hour of the outpost, so you can spend your days exploring Winding Stairs Loop, Bearwaller Gap, and the Roaring River Falls Trail.
The closest state parks to the Outpost include Old Mulkey State Historic Site, Standing Stone State Park or Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park just over the border.
The cabins are spread out throughout the Outpost, but you’ll still be near your neighbors without compromising on peace and quiet.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?
So what can you expect to be included in your tiny home? Everything you need, and nothing you don’t.
Each cabin comes with one or two queen-sized beds, or bunk beds (depending on your number of guests), a lockbox for your cell phones, a hot shower with shampoo and conditioner, A/C and heat, a two-burner stove, a mini-fridge, drinking water and a sink, a private bathroom, a fire ring, a picnic table with a grill grate, chairs, and even salt, pepper, and olive oil.
The beds are located right in front of big windows, so you can enjoy the fantastic views in comfort. (But if you don’t want the sun to wake you — just pull down the blinds and sleep in!)
You can pack light! Linens, pillows, and everything you need will already be there waiting for you. Kitchen equipment, dishes, utensils, lighters, and a bottle opener and corkscrew are also available for your use.
You can bring ingredients from home of course, but they also have provisions for sale on site, as well as a sustenance box that has everything you’ll need for an off-the-grid vacation.
Firewood and fire-starters can also be purchased at the Outpost so you can prep your favorite meals on the grill over the fire pit (that’s what we did and our steaks were perfect!)
In our opinion, the best money-saving option for exploring the city is the Nashville Sightseeing Pass. Pick Day Passes or the FLEX Pass, and then select from over 30 different attractions, big and small.
CAN YOU BRING YOUR KIDS? YOUR PET?
Absolutely! You can bring both!
Book a two-bed cabin and let the kids have fun on the top bed bunk. The whole purpose of these fun tiny homes, is that you can take a break from the screens, and connect with your loved ones in nature.
While you’re in the Nashville area with your kids, check out some of these great ideas of things to do with your kids in Music City. There are many iconic spots to explore, like the Country Music Hall of Fame or the Grand Ole Opry…
And a family getaway just isn’t complete without your four-legged family members there too, right? Pets are welcome at all the tiny houses here, for a small fee.
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MORE INFORMATION FOR YOUR TRIP
- YOUR TENNESSEE VACATION
- GETAWAY HOUSE ATLANTA: 5 Things You Should Plan Before Your Visit
- WATERFALLS: 13 Amazing Waterfalls in Tennessee You Should Chase
- NASHVILLE DAY TRIPS: 18 Day Trips From Nashville That You Will Love
- WALKABLE NASHVILLE: Visitors Guide to Walkable Neighborhoods in Nashville
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