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Once in A Blue Moon
Blue Moon Farm Featured at About.com Travel
By Michael Franco
Unique Bed and Breakfast Experience Recognized.
Blue Moon Farm, the most personal bed and breakfast in the Nashville area, is pleased to announce that we've been featured in an article at About.com Bed and Breakfasts.
Here is a taste,
Susan quickly understood that with a smaller inn, she was able to tailor the environment and experience for each guest specifically. “When you only host one couple at a time,” she says, “you can deliver this type of personal service. Every detail from food & beverage selection, to flowers to linen preferences can be attended to. I have always had a knack for listening to what people are really saying and understanding what they truly need. I get my creative fulfillment from delivering what they didn’t know they wanted and never knew to ask for, but I knew. That’s what makes me a professional host.”
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Off the Beaten Path Tennessee, A Guide to Unique Places, 7th Ed.
By Tim O’Brien
The Blue Moon Is Looking Good!
One of the classiest, most unique bed-and-breakfast operations
in the state is just outside Franklin. The Blue Moon Farm, a
Private Cottage Bed & Breakfast, offers one three-room cottage,
complete with kitchen, dining room, living room with
fireplace, and a huge master bedroom with amazing countryside
views. A sp-quality bathroom with an ultra-tub and a huge
rain shower open up into the master bedroom. A wrapround deck
offers great views, and there’s a private deck off the bedroom. The cottage is connected to the main house, where the owners live, and is adjacent to a huge covered dining area. Everywhere you look you’ll see rolling hills and cows, and in the morning, a very healthy rooster will likely greet you with a song.
It’s quite the romantic getaway, and being the only guests,
you can be sure you’ll get all the attention of innkeepers
Susan and Bob Eidam. They can be quite flexible and create
just about any ambiance you want, whether it’s a candlelight
gourmet dinner or a rose-petal-covered bed in the boudoir.
A TV with a VCR and a large selection of films are available,
as is a CD player.
And maybe the biggest surprise of all is the stocked
cupboards and the stocked refrigerator and freezer.
If anything is made with Blue Moon written on it
(including beer), you’ll find it in the kitchen. The
place can be yours for a night or longer. Stays longer
than a couple of days can be negotiated.
This place offers first-class big-city hospitality in
a rural area of the state. It’s a great combination.
I won’t go into directions here, as I’m sure I’ll get
you lost. Call Susan or Bob, and they’ll get you