There are several brand name hotels in the area such as the Holiday Inn Express, the Embassy Inn, and the Commodore Hotel and Cafe.
The restaurants in the area are great and you will get good Southern home cooking at most of them. Try the Junkyard Dog Steakhouse and Big John's Bar-B-Q for some mouth watering steaks and Bar-B-Q, or the Southern Skillet Family Restaurant or Dawn's Deli for good food.
Located near the town of Hampshire, Tennesse, Webster Hollow gets a lot of tourist trade from the small unincorporated town. Hampshire bills itself as the 'Napa Valley of Tennessee.' While staying in Webster Hollow, one venue worth visiting is the Natchez Hills Vineyard. Farmers soon discovered that it was easier to grow grapes, make them into wine and then ship the wine along the Natchez Trail to Natchez, Mississippi. Growing corn and beans just somehow was a lot more difficult.
The Copper Creek Studio in Maury County is a one stop place to find all of your handcrafted items. It is chocked full of originally designed handcrafted items of all sorts, big and small. Everything from original furniture, wall hangings, exotic wine racks, flower pots and just about everything else will tickle your fancy for such things.
Then of course if you have a hankering to go on to Nashville to take in a Grand Ole Opry session, you are but a short distance away. Your location in Webster Hollow is the perfect place to make your headquarters as you are just a short drive to all of the middle Tennessee attractions.
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
Crockett Park near Nashvilee
Cumberland River in Nashville, TN
East Park in Nashville
Edwin & Percy Warner Parks
Fannie Mae Dees Park in Nashville, TN
First Tennessee Park in Nashville, TN
Great Smoky Mountains National Park