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Ironwood Grove: a Tiny House Hotel in East Nashville, TN

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Nestled near East Nashville, TN is the Ironwood Grove, a tiny house hotel that offers 6 different tiny homes to stay in. Each one is uniquely different, modern, and cozy to make you feel comfortable while away from home.

Below you can check out some of the tiny homes as well as the courtyard. Would you consider a stay here? Take a look and then let us know in the comments below!

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One of six tiny houses at Ironwood Grove.

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All the tiny houses were designed by New Frontier Design.

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You could try out tiny living in one of these incredible tiny houses.

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Modern interior design with all the comforts of home.

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Kick back and relax with friends.

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Each tiny house is uniquely designed and decorated.

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There are cozy memory foam mattresses for ultimate rest.

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They offer their own custom coffee blend.

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Sleek and modern bathroom.

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This tiny house even has a balcony that peeks out to the courtyard.

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And here’s the large courtyard area.

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Firewood is provided for campfires in the courtyard.

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Our courtyard space is perfect for intimate gatherings. While our tiny homes can comfortably sleep 13, our courtyard is the perfect venue for intimate gatherings of up to 50.

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