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Top-rated cabins in Memphis

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Cabin in Horn Lake
Comfort Cabin
Relax with the whole family at this peaceful place to stay. Our Comfort Cabin includes a full bed and two sets of twin bunk beds. In addition, there is AC/heat, a full bathroom with a bathtub, a kitchen (no oven), cable TV, a picnic table, a fire ring, and a charcoal grill. Enjoy your breakfast out on the porch! Items to bring: Personal necessities, all linens (sheets, bath towels, pool towels, and paper towels), dish soap, outdoor grill utensils, and food. We provide pillows and blankets.
$155 per night
Cabin in Coldwater
Wynnewood - Odel Cabin
Country get-away! Only 30 Minutes from Downtown Memphis, TN, yet out in the country on a 62 acre estate. Nature trails through the property allow for beautiful, peaceful strolls. We have fishing and swimming (in season). **** This cabin is in the woods and there is no internet connection or TV in this unit. We have created a serene and unplugged experience. We have the "Wynnewood Elizabeth Cottage" and the "Wynnewood Jettie Jewel cabin" on our property that are listed separately .
$85 per night
Cabin in Memphis
A Place in the Woods in Memphis- space for 20!
Just 20 minutes from downtown Memphis and located at the beautiful and natural St. Columba retreat center, Sanders Lodge is set in the middle of 145 acres of old growth forest, hiking trails, fields, four acre lake, and creeks. It features five bedrooms with bunk beds and five full bathrooms, a full kitchen, sun porch, firepit and flat screen tv. Free parking and Wifi.
$295 per night

Stay near Memphis's top sights

Photo of Graceland
Graceland260 locals recommend
Photo of Beale Street
Beale Street245 locals recommend
Photo of Memphis Zoo
Memphis Zoo291 locals recommend
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Beale Street Entertainment District113 locals recommend
Photo of Shelby Farms Park
Shelby Farms Park223 locals recommend
Photo of Overton Park
Overton Park160 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Memphis

Condo in Downtown Memphis
★★★★★5 Min walk 2 Beale + Free Parking ★★★★★
$126 per night
Condo in Downtown Memphis
Newly Renovated Downtown Condo
$112 per night
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New Downtown Loft Style Apartment Above Restaurant
$123 per night
Loft in Downtown Memphis
Downtown Memphis Lovely Loft
$163 per night
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Spacious Downtown Loft
$72 per night
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Downtown Memphis "The Rolling Stones" Studio Apt
$119 per night
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$172 per night
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Historic Posh Upstairs Flat by Overton park
$127 per night
Condo in Downtown Memphis
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$177 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Memphis
*Safe Luxe DTwn Studio,GatedPrkg
$93 per night
Condo in Downtown Memphis
☆Luxurious ☆ Downtown Memphis Condo
$175 per night
Loft in Downtown Memphis
Comfy Beale Street Loft (King Bed)
$86 per night

Your guide to Memphis

All About Memphis

Located along the banks of the Mississippi River, Memphis is America’s musical mecca, where enduring ties to blues, soul, and rock ‘n’ roll linger at every turn. Music lovers from all over the world make the pilgrimage to the holy altars of Graceland and Sun Studios, birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll. And when it comes to honoring its past, the Tennessee city packs in some great music museums, including Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, and the Blues Hall of Fame. For an immersive way to learn about the American Civil Rights Movement and its legacy, the former Lorraine Motel, forever etched in the collective consciousness, is now home to the National Civil Rights Museum, featuring displays and exhibitions that span five centuries.

The pulse of the city, Beale Street, hums with activity and entertainment. Live music spills out of the restaurants, bars, and nightclubs and onto the neon-lit roadway. The city is known for its Memphis-style barbeque and is brimming with local eateries and restaurants serving succulent, distinctively smokey, pit-cooked delights. For some downtime, take the short drive to Shelby Farms Park, a lush oasis spanning 4,500 acres of scenic greenery and open space with more than 20 lakes, where you can fish, kayak, paddleboard, and chill out. The park also offers 40 miles of trails for walking, hiking, and cycling.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Memphis?

Memphis experiences four distinct seasons. Summers tend to be long and hot, while winters are typically short, cold, and rainy with little snow. The fall and spring months boast pleasant, cool temperatures, a great time for booking your Memphis vacation rental. The city has a packed annual calendar as well. September hosts 30 Days of Opera, a month-long event featuring free opera performances at festivals, parks, and opera houses. In October, the River Arts Fest features hundreds of artworks from regional and national artists displayed along the Mississippi River.

Come spring, some of the area’s most beloved events — a barbeque cooking contest, riverside race, and music festival — span the entire month of May. Summer welcomes many famous musicians to Memphis for live concerts and music fests.

What are the top things to do in Memphis?

Sun Studio

Sun Studio is where musical legends recorded some of their biggest hits. The studio is overflowing with memorabilia from notable artists who pioneered the genre. Guided visits provide insight into the music history embedded in the walls of the studio.

Victorian Village

Along Adam Avenue, a row of Victorian-era mansions dot the street once nicknamed Millionaire Row. Victorian Village is home to six spectacular sites that feature grand mansions with elaborate decorative trim, steeply pitched roofs, and pastel colors. These architectural gems, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, offer a glimpse into the lives of wealthy Memphis residents who built these homes and created the city’s first suburb during the mid-to-late 1800s.

National Civil Rights Museum

One block south of historic Beale Street lies the South Main Arts District, where you’ll find the National Civil Rights Museum. The museum traces the history of the Civil Rights Movement through detailed exhibits, multimedia presentations, films, more than 260 artifacts, interactive displays, and oral histories.

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