Discover 11 Vacation Rentals Every Country Music Fan Will Adore

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Whether you’re a die-hard fan of Dolly, the Man in Black, or the Red Headed Stranger, the good ol’ U.S. of A. is loaded with vacation rentals that are sure to please.

Vacation season is underway and more than half of families in the country are expected to take a trip this summer. While many will head overseas or take a cruise, TransUnion reports that roughly 75% of traveling families will opt for road trips to destinations within a reasonable driving distance.

With the increasing cost of hotel accommodations, many travelers are choosing the comfort and convenience of vacation rental properties. For some families, not just any vacation rental will do. For country music fans looking for a unique experience, genre-themed homes inspired by some of their favorite artists make for a vacation to remember.

We’ve rounded up 11 country music-inspired Airbnbs that range from quirky to classy and everything in between. Some are former homes of some of the genre’s biggest stars, while others are simply inspired by their style. From Charley Pride’s former Montana home to an Elvis-inspired retreat with a massive guitar-shaped swimming pool, there’s something for everyone. Check out the list below.


PRICE: $500 to $700/night, plus taxes and fees.


Willie Nelson fans will want to settle into this stunning home in Dripping Springs, Texas, named after Nelson’s 1978 album, Stardust. Guests are welcomed to the property with a massive outdoor mural of the Red-Headed Stranger and are treated to artwork featuring the singer throughout the home.


Up to 14 guests can enjoy everything this property has to offer, including rooms with names reminiscent of Willie, such as Hello Walls, the Seven Angels Suite, the Hippie Suite, and the Cowboy Suite.

See more photos and book your stay HERE


PRICE: $400 to $450/night, plus taxes and fees.


There is no shortage of Dolly Parton-themed vacation rentals, but the 8 Sages Dolly Cottage in New Braunfels, Texas, stands out above the rest.

This quaint little home is Dolly-themed from top to bottom, with plenty of pink, sparkle, and Dolly inspiration throughout, there’s just enough room for a girlfriend getaway for four. Guests should come prepared to take advantage of everything the property offers, including a pool dip or some relaxation on the front porch (unless your name is Jolene).


Book your stay and browse more photos of Dolly’s Cottage HERE.

3. Johnny Cash’s Historic Ranch

PRICE: $3200/night with weekly stay discounts available, plus taxes and fees.

This stunning property located in Ventura, California, was once home to The Man in Black himself. Johnny Cash and his first wife, Vivian, designed and built this abode on six acres in the Ojai Valley’s mountainside.


The home’s new owners painstakingly restored the property while maintaining the integrity of the design Johnny and Vivian meticulously planned when building the home for their growing family. With over 5,000 square feet of living space, there is plenty of room for up to 14 guests to spread out and bask in the Johnny Cash experience.


See more photos of this beautiful house that Johnny Cash once called home and book your stay HERE.

4. Hank Snow’s Ranch

PRICE: $115/night, plus taxes and fees.


Perhaps one of the most unique vacation rentals we found, the Rainbow Ranch is where Country Music Hall of Famer Hank Snow called home for 44 years until his death in 1999. The Nashville-area property looks much like it did when the “I’ve Been Everywhere” singer occupied it. From the wood paneling and lighting to the drapery and Hank’s stereo, visitors will feel like they are guests of Snow himself.

The listing for this rental boasts a piano played by Hank and some of his many guests, including Marty Robbins and Elvis Presley.


See more photos of this historic home and make reservations HERE.

5. Charley Pride’s Place

PRICE: $215 to $315/night, plus taxes and fees.

Charley Pride called Montana home for a decade prior to becoming a groundbreaking country star. The “Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'” singer landed in Big Sky Country in the pursuit of a professional baseball career. He eventually started playing gigs around the state and built this beautiful home in Great Falls, Montana, in the late ’60s.


The six-bedroom, 2-bath home has been updated, but the new owners have included subtle nods to the Country Music Hall of Famer throughout.


See more photos and book your stay at Charley Pride’s Place HERE.

6. Tennessee Tipsy

PRICE: $200 to $450/night, plus taxes and fees.

Fans of modern country music will appreciate this eclectic Music City apartment that is a nod to Morgan Wallen, Jason Aldean, and HARDY.

The one-bedroom space sleeps 5 and is within walking distance of some of Nashville’s biggest attractions, such as the Ryman Auditorium and Bridgestone Arena. Murals of Jason, Morgan and HARDY grace the walls of the apartment, and a record player with a collection of vinyls from each artist are available for guests to enjoy while taking in spectacular views of downtown.


Check out the listing HERE.


PRICE: $650 to $1100/night, plus taxes and fees. 


This home, located just outside of Kansas City, Missouri, is fit for a King (of Rock ‘n’ Roll), complete with a guitar-shaped indoor swimming pool and arcade. With room to sleep 10, this modern house is a great choice for large families or party groups wanting to celebrate in style…Elvis style, that is. See more photos and book your stay at the Elvis Retreat HERE.

8. Miranda in the Hill Country

PRICE: $275/night, plus taxes and fees.

Unlike many of the other vacation rentals on this list, Miranda in the Hill Country was never owned or occupied by Miranda Lambert. The only thing Lambert and this “baby barndominium” have in common is that they are both from Texas.

Located in Johnson City, in the heart of Hill Country, this 2-bedroom space is one of four casitas owned by Hill Country Wine Tours. In the spirit of the “White Liar” singer, Miranda in the Hill Country features a painting of the singer and Texas-inspired decor.


See more photos and book your stay HERE

9. Spa at the Slopes

PRICE: $3,000/night, plus taxes and fees.

Travelers looking for a quiet mountain getaway will love this contemporary home in Aspen, Colorado, with connections to John Denver. This beautiful retreat was once owned by John Sommers, member of Denver’s band and writer of his chart-topping song, “Thank God I’m A Country Boy.”


There’s room for up to 9 guests to take in the beauty of the Rocky Mountains while enjoying an ultimate spa experience that includes a steam shower, sauna, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, a massage chair, and more.


Make reservations to skip the beach and hit the spa HERE.

10. Hank’s Place

PRICE: $200 to $225/night, plus taxes and fees.

This quaint two-bedroom house in Nashville was called home by two country music legends: Hank Williams and Ray Price. Located near downtown Nashville, the property boasts the original wood floors walked on by the legends, and visitors claim they can “feel the spirit of Hank” there.


Hank’s Place is the perfect place for up to 6 country music fans to experience a bit of history and sleep where Hank slept during the last year of his life.

See photos and make reservations HERE.

11. Sunny Hunny at Starstruck Farms

PRICE: $65 to $92/night, plus taxes and fees. 

Last, but certainly not least, is the ultimate retreat for Reba McEntire fans. The Sunny Hunny is one of several horse stall suites located in the barn at Reba’s former Tennessee estate, Starstruck Farm. Each stall sleeps two and features a private attached bathroom.


Situated in the middle of 46 acres previously owned by Reba and her ex-husband, Narvel Blackstock, the Grand Ole Barn’s stalls are just one accommodation option on the property. The listing states that the owners also offer tiny houses,  A-frame glampers, tents, teepees and pitch-a-tent options.


Take a look at the stunning Starstruck Farm property in the video HERE. See more photos and book your stay HERE.