Located in one of the oldest buildings in historic Germantown, this is the only official hotel in the neighborhood, and it’s a lovely one. The two-story Federal-style home was constructed in 1865 and has been reimagined into a six-suite luxury boutique. The house is known as the “The Wallman House,” so named for the building's first owner, H. H. Wallman, a prominent shoemaker for the city's elite. With a charming red brick exterior, high ceilings, a quaint outdoor courtyard, and a private rooftop terrace, the inn is a perfect respite for weary travelers. (And its 5pm happy hour with drinks and snacks doesn’t hurt.) But its location is what makes it worth paying top dollar, especially if you’re in town to explore Nashville’s best restaurants and bars, many of which are located within walking distance and include Henrietta Red, City House, and Rolf & Daughters, in addition to shops such as Poppy + Monroe. All suites also have a curated mix of vintage and custom furniture and original artwork, and in the lobby you’ll find a curated selection of Nashville goodies to purchase. At the time of writing, the owners were adding a carriage house to the property, which will double their capacity.