Celebrity Real Estate News: Nashville Mansion, Formerly Owned by Barbara Mandrell, Available for Solar Eclipse Viewing

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Starting TODAY Booking.com travelers can reserve a room at an incredible Nashville mansion, previously owned by Country Hall of Famer Barbara Mandrell - for a last minute trip to see the eclipse from the path of totality.

Located just “Three Songs From Downtown” (15 minutes from downtown Nashville), the sprawling Fontanel Mansion is the ideal place to stay if you’re looking for an unforgettable Great American Total Solar Eclipse experience on August 21 and can only be found on Booking.com: https://www.booking.com/hotel/us/the-mansion-at-fontanel.html?aid=1334242

The cosmos will truly align at this magnificent 33,000-square foot log cabin home that is centrally located on the "path of totality." The expansive property comes equipped with an astronomical backyard and stellar atrium, making it the ultimate eclipse viewing destination.

In addition to the planetary perks, the Mansion at Fontanel was once home to country royalty and offers a multi-sensory stay. 

The former retreat of country music megastar Barbara Mandrell boasts over 20 rooms, 13 bathrooms, 5 fireplaces, 2 kitchens, and an indoor pool.

 

With “Music City” charm infused throughout, rooms are filled with mementos and amazing memorabilia from numerous famous country music stars like Kenny Chesney, Alabama, Big $ Rich, Jewel and more.

Four rooms are available to be booked for the evening of Sunday, August 20. In addition to one-of-a-kind overnight accommodations, guests are invited to join an incredible viewing experience at the property on the day of the eclipse, where they can watch one of nature's most awe-inspiring sights from a luxurious outdoor setting, outfitted with large daybeds and of course, equipped with telescopes and protective glasses – pricing below:

Superior Suite - Grand Master Suite (Price $3,000)

The former bedroom of Barbara Mandrell will make you feel like a country star yourself with its king bed and expansive bathroom with large soaking tube.

Two Bedroom Suite - Big and Rich Suite (Price $2,500)

Perfect for a bigger group, this suite contains two separate queen rooms that share a bathroom. The first guest room, the “John Rich Room” contains lots of bling, while “Big Kenny’s Room” is understated with a Native American theme.

Deluxe Suite - Women of Country Suite (Price $2,000)

The suite, which contains a king bed and ensuite bathroom, contains dresses and photos from many of County Music’s leading ladies.

Deluxe Suite - Owner’s Suite (Price $2,000)

The suite, which contains a king bed and ensuite bathroom, contains memorabilia and images from owners and a celebrity friend’s collections.

You can find more details on the property here: https://www.booking.com/hotel/us/the-mansion-at-fontanel.html?aid=1334242  

To view photos of the mansion: https://www.dropbox.com/

Photo Credit: Booking.com

Content provided; Art Direction by Janet Walker

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