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**Due to the city of Franklin regulations, we can only accommodate stays of 21 days or more. Please inquire about pricing options.**
Cottage on Main Street
A private (secluded and available by approval only), newly renovated Cottage located one and half blocks from Historic Downtown Franklin. The Cottage has a contemporary, casual feeling with original art from local artists. The cathedral ceiling window brings in rays of light to give a lovely ambiance to the interior space. Be sure to read The New York Times' take on Franklin: A Small-Town Gem Near Nashville.Check Availability
The Cottage on Main Street is tucked away behind a lovely historic home built on Main Street in 1903. It is quiet, peaceful, and secluded, yet is just a short, 1-1/2 block walk into downtown Franklin. Located on the West side of Main Street, the Cottage is surrounded by a large fenced yard with mature trees and filtered sunlight. You can hear the church bells ring gently from the old historic churches downtown. There’s a front porch with white rocking chairs perfect for a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine.
Sometimes, creativity needs a little push in a lovely environment with minimal distractions. The Cottage offers a tranquil place to write a book, a song, paint, or just give you space to be creative. The Cottage offers a unique spot that feels miles away from anywhere but is still in the heart of downtown Franklin. Plus, there’s plenty of “tech” to help the process, from fast wifi to a Jambox to an Apple TV with AirPlay for music.
We are fortunate to have many friends in Franklin who are Authors; they have graciously provided their books to read in the Cottage to give you even more inspiration to create.
Known as a walking town by many, Franklin has much to offer. Whether you want to simply stroll downtown and visit the many specialty shops, antique stores and casual and fine dining restaurants, pop in to a local venue for live music or discover the many historic sights (The Carter House and Museum is just three blocks down the street), Franklin is full of interesting history, charm and Southern hospitality.
Enjoy the area's abundant festivals, historic reenactments, and live music at numerous venues around town.