Couples! You have to see this authentic civil war era cabin. Uncle Pete’s is fully restored and now has a spacious addition. Authentic hardwood floors, two-person Jacuzzi whirlpool tub. The views of the pond, fountain and horses from the front porch rockers make our cabins truly special. Yes, we have 2 cabins for rent, sitting in their own private nook but a short walk from one to the other. If you are traveling with another couple you can each have your own 1 bedroom cabin and be close enough to have meals together, take walks or sit and enjoy the pond and fire pit. We provide the propane for the grill and wood for the fire pit.
The fully equipped kitchen has spices and condiments, coffee pot with filters, microwave & toaster, dishes, utensils, pots & pans, iron & ironing board. Take the cooking and dining outside! Grill steaks on the back deck and enjoy dinner for two nestled among shade trees with beautiful pastoral views.
Sleeping arrangement: Pillow top queen bed.
We thought of other little things to make your stay comfortably romantic. Beautiful furnishings, WiFi, movie library, stone fireplace with electric logs, mood lighting above the whirlpool tub, a separate shower and double sink vanity, and because our property is gated you'll have a remote gate opener for convenient coming and going along with the privacy & security.
Our location to Nashville (25 minutes) really opens the door to instant fun in the city. Riverfront Park for outdoor concerts and festivals. There is no better diversity of music in the world: Alternative, bluegrass, blues, classical, gospel, jazz, pop, folk, rock, and of course country. Also, Providence Market Place is only 5 miles from the cabin (shops, restaurants, grocery stores).
Cabin time at Rockhaven is filled with relaxation and exploration.
Great affordable Pine Creek Golf Course is less than a mile way - remarkably scenic and quiet. Ask us where you can hop the Music City Star Commuter Train and travel to Nashville for a fun day or night on the town. There's always something to do in and around the area. Wine Tasting Festivals & Native American Powwows.
Percy Priest Lake & Long Hunter State Park provide recreational opportunities: Fishing (one of the top 20 spots to fish in Tennessee), hunting, picnicking, boating, canoeing, hiking, and horseback riding. The park and lake are only 6 miles from rentals.
Nashville! After a day shopping or on the water, immerse yourselves in country music's rich history at the legendary Grand Ole Opry and Music Row. Our cabins are just too close to Nashville not visit The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Tootsies, or one of the many honky-tonks of Lower Broadway. We can help you plan a great TN getaway!
$140 - $140 night
$920 - $920 week
UNCLE PETE'S CABIN: $120 Per Night - 2-night minimum
No Cleaning Fee
TAX RATE: 18% (State & County)
Nashville's CMA Fan Festival week has a minimum stay of 5 nights.
Check with us about bringing a pet. A one-time $35 pet fee applies for each dog. 50% credit card deposit is required to confirm your reservation - less than 30 days we require full payment. Cancellations 60 days in advance will be refunded ($50 cancellation fee). Rates are subject to change without notice.
Check-In after 2:00 PM CST. Check-Out by 10:00 AM CST
Uncle Pete's Cabin - Date of Stay - Jan 10, 2017
So much thought and heart and soul was put into the creation and design and tranquility, warmth and perfect coziness of this phenomenal place. It actually made me cry I felt such peace here. it was magical. Thank you sooooo much for this. It wasn't just an accommodation. It was an experience I'll never forget. Tanya from Texas - see this review and many more here:
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Hi, I'm Rhonda, before creating our vacation rentals, my career was in Nashville's Music & TV Industry. My first big job was at CBS Recording Studio, as the executive secretary to the Studio Manager, meeting entertainers like Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, and many more. Then my interest expanded from records to television, so with a degree in Broadcasting, I landed a job with TNN (The Nashville Network) in March of 1983. I eventually became the Production Manager for Prime Time Country, produced by Dick Clark from 1995 -1997. The shows were in Studio C, located adjacent to the artist's backstage entrance of the Grand Old Opry. A highlight of my career was working for Dick Clark and his son RAC Clark. My husband Nate, was in the building business all his life, so when we decided to build our two cabins, he was the man who did it all...top to bottom. He has way too many talents to list here but they are evident when you enter the gate at Rock Haven.