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It might seem curious that a small suburb outside Nashville shares its name with one of our nation's most venerable landmarks, but beneath its humble facade, White House, Tennessee, has a heritage that epitomizes the complex progression of American history itself. Spend time there and know that the soil beneath your feet was once tramped by herds of buffalo, and marked with a trail hewn by Native Americans. It bore the cots of troops on both sides of the Civil War, and welcomed the stagecoach of President Andrew Jackson, no less. Book hotels near White House and join this centuries-strong lineage of American wanderers, adding your footprints to those long-since faded and take lessons learned to heart.
The pride of White House, Tennessee, is the replica of its namesake, the circa-1829 White House Stage Coach Inn, now a museum in the center of town. Its exhibits showcase the busy heyday of the property, when intrepid stagecoach travelers— consider them your forebears in adventure— found a hot meal and a bed for the night. The most celebrated among them was President Andrew Jackson, who stayed at the inn while traveling to and from the better-known White House in Washington, D.C. After your own stay at one of our White House, TN hotels, decide if you agree with Old Hickory's adage, "There is no pleasure in having nothing to do; the fun is having lots to do and not doing it."
White House, TN, rental cars will take you to nearby Nashville, that swaggering showcase of music and country-fied culture boasting more than ample attractions to fill your itinerary. Is it really more fun to have so much to do and choose not to do any of it? Or will you be tempted to join the tourist crowds? Book one of our hotels near Nashville and find out.
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