About This Spot
Located in one of the oldest buildings in the historic Nashville neighborhood of Germantown, the Germantown Inn is in a two-story, Federal-style house constructed in 1865 that was reimagined into a boutique inn in December 2016 while maintaining its original charm. Known in the neighborhood as “The Wallman House” for the building’s first owner, H. H. Wallman, a prominent shoemaker for the city’s elite at the time, the property features a charming red brick exterior, tall ceilings, large picture windows, a lush outdoor courtyard and a chic, private rooftop terrace with downtown and neighborhood views. The Inn offer 10 suites, including in the Carriage House, a 2,000 square-foot addition that opened in 2018. Each of the rooms offers a bespoke experience, combining modern and traditional architectural elements like custom brass lighting and original fireplaces to create a space equally as interesting and inviting. Each suite in the Carriage House is named after four of our country’s most influential women: Abigail Adams, Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt and Susan B. Anthony. The six light-filled suites in the Main House are named to honor former United States presidents. Local artist and graphic designer Caitlin Mello created the colorful presidential portraits that hang in each suite. Her original artwork emulates the unique and quirky characteristics of each president and weaves in elements that reflect their respective connections to the region. Chic sophistication meets traditional style at the Germantown Inn. The design, led by Nashville-based interior designer McLean Barbieri, includes modern textures and updated amenities to balance the original character of the 1860s building for a contemporary and functional space. Throughout the inn, custom pieces were commissioned from local artists to highlight the vast creative talent in the city, including drapery fabric created by Andra Eggleston, wallpaper and wall installations from New Hat Projects and custom lighting. The proximity of the Germantown Inn to downtown Nashville makes it ideal for business travelers and sightseers alike and, steps from some of the city’s best restaurants and boutique shopping, offers guests a uniquely Nashville experience.
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