Manchester, Tenn. has a variety of food options, outdoor art and Southern charm. Whether you're visiting to explore Manchester in depth or to have a centralized crash pad not too far from Nashville, Chattanooga or the Jack Daniel Distillery, there are plenty of unique accommodation options to choose from. Read on to learn about where to stay in Manchester, Tenn.
The Broken Banjo RV Park
The Broken Banjo RV Park’s eclectic set of accommodation options include camping, cabins, deluxe cabins, a treehouse, teepees, glamping, covered wagons, patios and a safari tent. RV travelers may choose from a variety of pull-through spots with full hookups. Individual tent campsites are near the pond or in creekside, wooded areas. This family-friendly stay in Manchester offers many recreational activities and amenities onsite, including a heated pool with a slide, jump pad, free wifi, group camping, a fully stocked general store, restrooms, showers, a playground, firewood, fishing at a stocked pond, bowling, mini golf, a jumping pad, a nature trail and wagon rides
Leming House Bed & Breakfast
Built in 1899 by local education advocate John H. Leming, the Folk Victorian house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The two-story home’s pastel yellow color contrasts the exterior windows’ white trim, which is speckled with red and green ornamentation. The best way to get in contact with the Manchester bed and breakfast to book a stay is to call the management at 931-728-5005.
Lx Hotel, Powered by ACW Circle
As one of Manchester’s most favorably reviewed accommodation options, the Lx Hotel features a bar with premium beers, wine and cocktails from 5 to 7pm daily, a snack bar, laundry facilities and ample parking. Guests enjoy complimentary breakfasts and sleep in Egyptian cotton sheets. Other amenities include complimentary internet and luggage storage facilities with room options a standard single, double, king, and king and double queen suites.
Once a year, the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival comes to Manchester, and the camping areas transform into an extraterrestrial-themed extravaganza. Various plazas throughout the complex feature art and other activities as well as information, medical and safety resources. Campers have 24/7 access to sporadic parties, performances and celebrity appearances.
The out-of-this-world theme spans such attractions as a UFO-inspired giant disco ball, Galactic Giddy Up featuring musical performances and karaoke and the House of Matroomony, where attendees can get legally married.
Camping options range from $50 primitive car options to a $3,000 wood-frame safari tent. For those who like to camp but prefer not to deal with the setup process, there's the Mars Colony souvenir tent package for $450, which includes a pre-assembled souvenir tent, two sleeping bags, two blow-up mattresses, one battery-powered light and a car hangtag for access.