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Welcome to Best Western Plus in Lawrenceburg, TN

Welcome to the Best Western Plus Lawrenceburg!

Located in the scenic, rolling hills of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee our property has everything guests need for a relaxing stay!

A free full hot breakfast welcomes guests daily and features hot waffles, eggs, breakfast meat, fresh fruits and pastries, a cereal bar, and yogurt selection. Cold juice and 100% Arabica coffee complete the meal.

The location of our Lawrenceburg hotel, close to creeks, rivers, and the picturesque David Crockett State Park, makes us a popular choice for leisure or business travelers. The spacious, modern rooms are peacefully quiet to help guests rest easily.

For music lovers, our location is close to the James D. Vaughn Museum and the annual Bluegrass Festival.

No matter what brings you to Southern Middle Tennessee, you deserve an unbeatable location and value during your stay. Count on us to provide that and much more.

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About Us

Located just off Highway 43, our hotel makes us a popular choice for leisure or business travel.  We are conveniently located near David Crockett State Park and Stillhouse Falls as well as scenic Amish Country.  The spacious, modern rooms are peacefully quiet to help
guests rest easily.  We offer a wonderful Southern made-to-order breakfast, Indoor heated pool, 24- hour Fitness Center and Business Center.  No matter what brings you to Southern Middle Tennessee, you deserve an unbeatable experience during your stay.  Count on us to provide that and much more.

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Continental Breakfast

Free Breakfast

Enjoy a complimentary full breakfast every morning you stay with us

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Stay Connected

With free high-speed Wi-Fi available, connect to others, just as you would at home

Free Secure Parking

With surveillance systems in place around the entire property, feel safe knowing that your vehicle is monitored at all times

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Stay Fit!

With an on-site fitness center and indoor pool, you can maintain your healthy lifestyle, even away from home

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Electric Vehicle Parking/Charging

Ensure your electric vehicle is charged and ready to visit Lawrenceburg with our complimentary High Power Charge Station

Local Area

Things to do in and around Lawrenceburg, TN


Local Amish Community

Step back to a simpler time and visit Amish Country located in Ethridge. Visit the welcome center and take a wagon tour. Shop for seasonal produce, homemade breads and jams, etc., or handcrafted furniture and leather goods, just to name a few! Tours of Amish Country are available in Ethridge, which is located just 4 miles North on US-43. You can learn more at Amish Country Mall at 4011 Highway 43 North, Ethridge.

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Historic Crockett Theatre

Lawrenceburg's art deco Crockett Theatre was built in 1950, complete with a custom-laid terrazzo lobby floor, and is one of the few theatres from this era still operating in the United States. It is listed on the National Historic Registry and has been lovingly refurbished by the Crockett Theatre Board. Lawrenceburg has an active and talented Community Theatre Board that produces plays throughout the year, including a Christmas play. Come to historic downtown Lawrenceburg to enjoy your choice of arts and events, then browse the Square for antique shops, stores, and restaurants that you won't find anywhere else! To see what's going on at the theatre, go to


James D. Vaughan Museum

The glorious history of Southern Gospel Music comes alive in the James D. Vaughan Museum in historic Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. The museum honors the Father of Southern Gospel Music, James D. Vaughan, who sponsored the first professional southern gospel quartets, established the first southern gospel magazine, recorded the first southern gospel quartets, established the first southern gospel music radio station and taught the South how to sing with the renowned Vaughan School of Music. For more information visit


Summertown Bluegrass Reunion

Music enthusiasts can come join the fun in Lawrence County for the Summertown Bluegrass Reunion. There will be live music, and lots of shade trees to relax under to enjoy the music. For more information on the festival, visit


Natchez Trace Parkway

The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile recreational road and scenic drive through three states. It roughly follows the 'Old Natchez Trace' a historic travel corridor used by American Indians, 'Kaintucks,' European settlers, slave traders, soldiers, and future presidents. Today, people can enjoy not only a scenic drive but also hiking, biking, and horseback riding along the parkway. The Natchez Trace Parkway is more than a scenic drive. Discover the many recreational opportunities that can be found along the way.

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