The Commodore Hotel & Café – just down the road from Parsons in Linden, Tennessee
Located on the banks of the beautiful Tennessee River, the city of Parsons was established as a railroad town in 1889. Since then, the city has been showing a thriving growth offering boundless opportunities for education, arts, culture and outdoor fun to the residents as well as the visitors. The Parson & Greater Area Historical Museum, Parsons Cultural Life Center Building and the Parsons Library are some of the area’s attractions. Annually, Decatur County hosts two of the area’s most popular events: The World’s Largest Coon Dog Hunt and the Carl Perkins Bass Classic
What Makes the Commodore Hotel and Café the Best Hotel and Best Restaurant in Parsons, Decaturville, Scotts Hill, Perryville, TN Area
While planning a trip to Parsons, Decaturville, Scotts Hill, TN or Perryville Marina on the TN River, the best place to stay is the Commodore Hotel and Café. Located in Linden Tennessee, just adjacent to these towns, the Commodore offers the best hotel stay and genuine hospitality within a 50-mile radius of Parsons.
Michael & Kathy Dumont from Rhode Island have helped revive the area with their building restoration skills and excellent hospitality and customer services. The Commodore Hotel and Café is proud to announce that it has been awarded one of Six “Great Places to Stay” in Tennessee.
Business travelers and those visiting friends and family agree the Commodore is a clean refreshing hotel in a nostalgic environment, privately owned by the daughter of a U.S. Marine, former U.S. manufacturing company employee, Sunday School teacher and Speech Therapist, and the son of an entrepreneurial watchmaker/repairman, an antique cookie-jar collector and seller, as well as the grandson of a master cabinet-maker and janitor at the renowned Rhode Island School of Design.
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~Free Satellite TV including movie channels