Clarksville is full of old southern charm and history waiting to be explored. A small town on the Kentucky border, Clarksville is home to Fort Campbell, a U.S. Air Force base. Self-guided tours through the historic downtown area are popular and encompass a vast collection of beautiful 1870's architecture along with shops, restaurants entertainment and museums. The RiverCenter is found along a lighted walk by the banks of the Cumberland River and hosts events and outdoor festivals throughout the year. Find a Clarksville hotel and explore rural Tennessee and Kentucky as well. After securing a Clarksville hotel visitors can tour nearby farms, plantations and tobacco barns where the famous tobacco crop is still being smoke-cured much like it was in the 19th century.
The Fairfield Inn and Suites is a nice Clarksville hotel located only 57 miles northwest of Nashville, 3 miles from downtown and a convenient 1 mile from Governors Square Mall. This hotel in Clarksville features a year-round indoor pool, hot tub, health club and plenty of parking. Room amenities at this Clarksville hotel include air conditioning, refrigerator, microwave, satellite TV, luxurious linens and daily maid service. Rates begin at $85.00 and up but be sure to check before booking.
Another great hotel in Clarksville is the Midtown Inn which is located near many area attractions including the Cumberland Riverwalk, Queen Clarksville Riverboat, Dunbar Cave and much more. Rooms include microwave, refrigerator, laundry, high speed internet and are all newly remodeled with luxury king size beds. The rooms at this hotel in Clarksville also come with kitchenettes and there's an outdoor gazebo to enjoy. Affordable, clean and convenient this hotel in Clarksville has rates starting at $50.00 plus taxes but be sure to confirm prices as rates change upon availability.
When looking for a step up in a hotel Clarksville is home to Magnolia House and is a hotel Clarksville residents often admire on evening strolls around town. This hotel Clarksville offers was built back in the 1940's by tobacco businessman Kendrick Rudolph. A variety of hardwoods are featured throughout the arched doorways, crown molding and beautiful wainscoting. It also features a hand-carved cherry wood china cabinet and floors. A wrought iron staircase exquisitely leads to the second floor and a sloped copper awning over the side porch adds to the appeal. At this hotel Clarksville proprietors have been residents since 1975 and have preserved the houses beauty with traditional furnishings, oriental rugs, original artwork and careful renovations.
This Clarksville hotels much more like a bed and breakfast than a traditional hotel. This Clarksville hotels fully furnished with luxurious linens and furniture, a spacious bathroom and quaint sitting area.. Wireless internet is also available and a full breakfast is served in the formal dining room. Rates start at $110.00 for to people which is an incredible rate considering how beautiful and spacious the suites are. Check prices before booking and reserve ahead of time.
Clarksville hotels such as the Holiday Inn, Ramada and Days Inn can also be found in the town. There is a concentration of Clarksville hotels right by the highway as well as a few right inside the town. Quaint stores are great for shopping for souvenirs and Nashville is close if opting to take any day trips. If planning a trip to Clarksville your flight will more than likely land in Nashville and the drive to Clarksville is not far at all. Clarksville is a fairly unique town who's charm and grace is sure to capture the attentions and hearts of visitors.