114 East Main Street PO Box 812
Linden, TN 37096 Linden, TN 37096
Following an extensive renovation in 2007, the newly transformed Commodore Hotel Linden offers travelers the ultimate modern hotel experience, with welcoming ambience, contemporary appointments and personalized amenities of an intimate yet luxurious hotel. However, the two story property, originally built in 1939, retains much of the original character. High ceilings, exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, original woodwork and a grand lobby transport the guest to a bygone era. Several other historically significant buildings have been added to the Commodore Downtown footprint. The hotel is conveniently located near all of the areas main attractions including the scenic Tennessee and Buffalo Rivers, several local wineries, Mennonite farms and arts and craft community.
September 21, 2007
Suites and Guestrooms:
The Commodore Hotel Linden offers:
*12 rooms in original Staley Hotel Building
* 8 renovated (2015) guestrooms in Berdie's Boarding House & Mayberry's General Store and
* 2 huge, historic suites in the 1904 First National Bank building
Guestroom style reflects a balance of boutique sophistication and historical charm, with a palette of warm earth-tone colors. All rooms have Wi-Fi, comfortable queen-anne style leather chairs and flat screen HD TVs with DirectTV programming package. The Commodore's Quarters has an exposed brick wall, and over-sized bathroom complete with a corner Jacuzzi to provide relaxation and comfort.
Rates Starting from:
Meetings and Private Events:
We have event space to accommodate groups from 8 to 80. Our staff will help coordinate every detail of events, at rates far below that of most hotels. Executive chef Kathy Dumont will create a menu specially tailored for personal tastes
Our lobby is the perfect place for our guests to congregate with high-back leather chairs, plush sofa, and working fireplace. The room is further appointed with large crown moldings, and a large antique mirror over the fireplace mantle. In addition the walls of the lobby are decorated with portraits of historic pictures of the hotel and downtown Linden, the original owner and stories about current owners.
Located off the main lobby, the Commodore Cafe has high backed seats with plush cushions, elegant tables and rich, dark woods which are all part of the warm, classic setting. Specialties include fresh hand-cut meats, fish and vegetables, which are exclusive prime quality and cooked to order with traditional country goodness or unique “bigcity” flavor. Fresh baked rolls and desserts are quickly becoming local favorites. The servers deliver a generous dose of warm hospitality to every honored guest. It's a oneof-a-kind local experience. With live music every weekend, the Commodore is quickly becoming the place of choice for live music for relaxing while dining. The musical offering is a quality professional presentation of country, classical, pop, jazz, or blues, smooth and easy mood music that will move you in many directions. A number of nationally and internationally known touring artist/musicians who have recently appeared.
Speak Easy Lounge
In the tradition of gathering places during the prohibition era, The Speakeasy Lounge at the Commodore Hotel Linden has become a place where guest and locals mingle.
The place furthers the speakeasy vibes with its dim lighting, serious cocktails, and, of course, its secret entrance for those who wish to be unseen
Hours: Hotel is open 24/7
The Commodore Inn at Clifton
204 West Pillow Street
Clifton, TN 37096
Century-old Victorian lodging offering casual, historic, yet updated rooms.
Additionally the village consists of a one-room school house, the oldest house in the area,
a victorian wedding gazebo and gardens
The Commodore Hotel, located in Historic Downtown Linden, Tennessee. Located half way between Memphis and Nashville on Highway 412,
Linden is the county seat of Perry County. You are just a short drive on the counties beautiful rural road system, perfect for touring in your car or riding your bicycle or motorcycle to experience our area attractions. You will pass scenic farms, spectacular hollows, breathtaking ridges, beautiful Rivers and view Mennonites in buggies along the way as you enjoy recreational activities such as:
-Fishing/Swimming/Boating in the Tennessee or Buffalo
-Enjoy shopping in Mennonite Community
-Agritourism: Winery Trail and visit working farms
-Civil War/History :Shiloh State Park and the Iron Furnace
-Music Trail Memphis to Nashville
-Scenic Natchez Trace
-Mousetail Landing State Park and Johnsonville State
Owners: Michael and Katherine Dumont
For further Information Contact:
P.O. Box 812 Linden, TN 37096