A Night of Live Music, Amazing Food and Creative Art at the hip, historic Commodore Hotel

July 18, 2014
Event By: Commodore Hotel Linden Address: 114 East Main Street Linden, TN 37096 Email: info@commodorehotellinden.com Phone: (931) 589-3224
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http://youtu.be/u_9cOtPl8GA Retreat to your comfy room for a relaxing night of peaceful slumber. Awaken to find: * freshly brewed, locally roasted coffee and * freshly prepared, hot breakfast for you, including * fresh eggs and vegetables from local farms (in season). Explore our small shops and pristine scenery - at your own pace. (No traffic jams here!) • Nearby State Parks feature walking, hiking and biking trails, or • View wildlife at the Busseltown Unit of the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge. • Historians will enjoy exploring a rare Iron Furnace, Civil War sites, or old cemeteries. • For a leisurely boat ride, fishing trip, or canoe float, the Tennessee and Buffalo Rivers beckon. You are invited to * relax, * re-connect, * rejuvenate at the Commodore Hotel and Café. Perfect for romantic getaways, outdoor adventures, or restorative retreats, this idyllic hideaway is conveniently located between Nashville and Memphis, and is accessed by driving thru scenic, wide-open spaces. Guests say, ”You can be yourself here.” Visit the famous bronze statue of Minnie Pearl (Sarah Colley Cannon), as immortalized by Montana artist Bill Rains, on display in the lobby of the Commodore Hotel in Linden, Tennessee, just minutes from her hometown of Centerville, or Grinder’s Switch, Tennessee. Read more about the statue and Hee-Haw star who inspired all who knew her: http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/life/2009-03-03-minnie-pearl_N.htm




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