Whiskey, Wine, & Local Favorites
Discover the area's best kept secrets and hidden gem destinations during your stay at Aloft Nashville-Cool Springs. Take your pick of fun things to do, all located just a short drive from our hotel. Check out some of our local favorites below, and start planning your next getaway today.
Master & Maker's Trail
Along the scenic Williamson County countryside, you'll find more than 70 miles of trail that is home to a variety of wineries, breweries, and distilleries. Read on to learn more about some of the most popular destinations along this one-of-a-kind trail.
Wine connoisseurs will be in awe of this stunning 75-acre vineyard and winery. You're sure to find a vino to please your palate, with over 17 award-winning red, white, and dessert wines. Unwind in the outdoor bistro, or enjoy a quick glass and head to any of the nearby dining options including Simply Loving Life, Martin's BBQ, Nana's Diner, and Nolensville Feed Mill.
H Clark Distillery
Get an authentic Tennessee experience when you visit H Clark Distillery. Sample Tennessee Bourbon, Black & Tan Whiskey, Tennessee Dry Gin, or New Whiskey, all hand-crafted and brewed one batch at a time. Afterward, grab a bite at Circa, Harvest at Homestead Manor, Puckett's Grocery, or Gray's on the Main.
Mill Creek Brewing
Mix and mingle in the taproom over a cold one at Mill Creek Brewing. This brewery is located just 12 miles from the hotel in Nolensville and is a prime destination for local beer lovers. Nearby dining options include Outlanders, Martin's BBQ, Nolen's Place, and Burger Shack.
Escape the tourist traps and head over to Leiper's Fork for an authentic experience that can't be beat. Off the beaten path and far from the expected, this small town is home to a variety of eclectic shops, restaurants, art galleries, and more.
Leiper's Fork Distillery
At this distillery, you'll find small batch whiskey made from local ingredients found in Middle Tennessee. Leiper's Fork Distillery is most famous for its core spirits of Tennessee Whiskey and Bourbon.
Not your average grocer. Get to know the locals and then some - with clientele from tourists to farmers, songwriters, and country music stars, you're bound to leave with a story to tell. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner daily, or on Thursday evening for open mic night.