1930's map of Europe. Fun graphic art.Relax in the large, deep porcelain soaker tub.

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The Balcony on Main is the premier apartment in "The Nightingale", Murfreesboro's first quadraplex. This peaceful retreat features floor to ceiling windows, large balcony, original floors, soaking tub, chandeliers, hardware and transom windows.

Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 2
Salles de bain : 1
Type de lit : Vrai lit
Chambres : 1
Lits : 1
Arrivée : À partir de 15:00
Départ : 11:00
Type de logement : Logement entier


Frais de ménage : 29€
Réduction à la semaine : 14%
Conditions d'annulation : Flexibles
Tarif week-end : 143€ / nuit


The Balcony on Main is the premier apartment in "The Nightingale", Murfreesboro's first quadraplex. This peaceful retreat features floor to ceiling windows, large balcony, original floors, soaking tub, chandeliers, hardware and transom windows.

The Balcony on Main is a quiet space for reading, writing, preparing for an important business meeting or speech. Located on the second floor of a 1922 English Tudor you feel as if you're in the trees. The central location is a short walk to MTSU, the historic square, Oaklands Mansion, Canonsburg Village, the Discovery Center and Murfreesboro's Greenway along the Stone's River. The beautiful large windows overlook the original brick sidewalk and tree lined Main St. You'll enjoy a front row seat to parades and marathons while sipping hot chocolate or enjoying a glass of wine from your own private balcony. Original deep soaker tub, fluffy white towels, brand new ultra comfortable queen sized bed with luxury linens are a few of the amenities that make your stress melt away.
During the summer months spend your evenings by the flower/vegetable garden under a beautiful mature maple tree complete with an outdoor chandelier. Don't forget the fire pit. Nothing beats S'mores under a chilly Harvest moon.

Guests will have access to a large parking lot behind the house, a private front and back door, fully equipped kitchen, dining room, private balcony, original artwork painted by "Paula" the resident artist, vintage soaking tub, quality linens,WIFI, Netflix, assortment of books, magazines, DVD's and board games, patio table and grill, fire pit, high end washer and dryer, built in ironing board and iron, hair dryer, brand new comfortable queen sized bed, air mattress' for extra guests, water, juice, soda, and yummy snacks.

Check in time is after 3:00 pm in order for us to ready your room between guests. We will make every effort and look forward to greeting you in the driveway upon arrival. If you require a later check in please let us know so we can make plans for someone to greet you.
Check out is 11:00 am.

We keep a large supply of toiletries should you forget something.
Your room comes complete with hair dryer, iron, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand soap, Kleenex, TP, and q-tips.

A variety of travel brochures and maps make your trip exciting

Paula and Nancy are on the premises and always available by phone or text message day or night should you have any questions regarding your stay. We love hosting Air BnB and have enjoyed meeting the diverse assortment of special people who stay with us. We will offer you as much interaction or privacy as you require.

The Balcony on Main, built as the city's first quadraplex in 1922, is located on East Main St. in Murfreesboro's sought after historic downtown area. Three blocks West is the towns square complete with Rutherford Counties historic courthouse, one of the six remaining antebellum courthouses in Tennessee. If history is your passion you are surrounded by it. Less than a half mile is Oakland's Mansion. Built as a two room brick house in 1815 the Mansion, one of Middle Tennessee's most elegant homes, found itself in the crossfire of the Civil War. Tours are available daily.
Stones River Battlefield a 570-acre park along the Stones River, three miles Northwest of Murfreesboro, memorializes a key battle of the American Civil War that took place on Decemb and January 2, 1863 which resulted in a strategic Union victory. The park offers live re-enactments, candlelight tours and a host of other exciting family friendly educational events.
On the square you will find a variety of boutiques and dining options.
Start your day with a full breakfast at the boro's oldest and best known restaurant, The City Café. It's been a hang out for locals since it first opened in February 1900. If you're not a breakfast person than enjoy a home cooked meat and three, complete with cornbread. And don't forget the sweet tea and banana pudding!
Make sure to take a walking tour of Main St.. Brochure describing the various architectural styles, year built etc. is available.

The Balcony on Main is an easy fifteen minute walk to MTSU campus and a five minute walk to restaurants, groceries and entertainment. Murfreesboro's public transportation, "The Rover" , makes a stop on the corner and can take you to campus or the Mall, almost anywhere you need to go. Last but not least, Murfreesboro now has Uber.

Murfreesboro hosts an array of year round activities.

Summer months offer Uncle Dave Macon Days, Music on the Square the first Friday of every month, bike rides on the Greenway, Kayaking the Stones River and the farmers market every Saturday morning just to name a few.
Autumn boasts breathtaking views of the mature tree lined Main St., MTSU Homecoming parade and an endless stream of adorable trick or treators ( what better way to enjoy Halloween than from your private balcony?) PS you don't have to answer the door 2,000 times! LOL
Winter: Ahhhh the mild winters. View the Christmas Parade from your private balcony, Christmas at Oakland's, Christmas at Sam Davis Home and the spectacular Candlelight Tour of Homes showcasing those historic homes you only get to see from the outside.
Spring brings the daffodils or buttercups as we refer to them as well as seven churches with in walking distance.

Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait après 15:00

The number one rule, enjoy your stay ! : )
Check out time is 11:00 am
Check in is 3:00 pm, please make arrangement for late night arrivals so someone will be available to greet you.
Out of respect for other tenants quiet time is between 10:00 pm and 8:00 am.
No large campers or RV's in the parking lot.
No pets unless permission is granted in advance.
No small children.

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Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone

Les vendredis et samedis la durée de séjour minimale est de 2 nuits.

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Murfreesboro, Tennessee, États-Unis · Membre depuis mars 2015
Profil utilisateur de PaulaPaula est un Superhost.

Hi, my name is Paula. I am a self employed Interior Designer and Fine Artist. I love dark chocolate and wine. I have traveled extensively and hate the whole hotel scene. My favorite travel experience was a hostel in Ireland. I believe the stay is as important as the journey. As your host I will greet you in the driveway, show you to your room, answer question, then leave you to enjoy your stay. My number is in the room in case you forgot something or need anything. I hope you come stay in our historic apartments.

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