Blue Moon Farm Bed & Board

Address: 4441 North Chapel Road, Franklin, Tennessee, 37067, United States | B&B
 
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      We eloped to Blue Moon

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      My husband and I decided to elope. Just the two of us. Our families knew what we were planning, so it wasn't a true elopement.

      I found Blue Moon on the internet and since we live about 2 hours from Franklin. We decided to go and see if this was the place for us. It was perfect. As soon as we pulled up to the house, I looked around and could see myself walking down the path and meeting Cody at the small pond and becoming husband and wife. Susan and Bob made us feel so comfortable. They were even our photographers and videographer for the ceremony. I had told Susan I wanted lots of pictures to take home and so family would feel like they were there. All of our pictures were amazing and so professional. The place is so peaceful and beautifully landscaped. I can't wait to return.

      A Weekend of Peace and Much Needed TLC

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      For my 31st birthday this year, my husband surprised me with the most romantic night away I have ever experienced. Our afternoon began with Susan greeting us at our car with an umbrella, what a sweet touch! We walked in to the beautiful cabin to a bottle of wine and a delicious selection of cheese, fruit and italian bread. Our incredible dinner was topped off by a specially requested cake that was indescribable! We finished the night with a relaxing bubble bath in the huge European whirlpool tub while looking out at the stars and the mountainous sky. We will definately return as often as we can save up for the luxury.

      A True Romantic Getaway

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      The Blue Moon experience was such a surprise. I had called around the area to find the perfect place to hide from the world for a few days. I found this on the internet and it sounded nice. Was I ever in for a shock. It was unbelievable. Only 7 minutes from I65-South, you find yourself winding down beautiful rural roads. Once you arrive, you feel like you have left the world behind and hid in the peace and tranquility of nature.

      When you walk into the cottage, you are welcomed by warmth, romance, music and comfort. Ah, but then you turn and walk through the doors to the bedroom and bath. Words can not describe what you find. The large, lush bed sits high surrounded by walls of windows overlooking mountains, fields and for us.....deer and turkeys easing by. Seperating the bedroom area from the bath is a wonderful fireplace that is nestled up next to the stand alone, air massage tub. You have to see this to appreciate it. The tub sits in front of a full wall window overlooking your private wood porch. Then beyond the tub is a shower that one can only imagine. You simply walk into it like stepping into your private waterfall. Larger than a walk-in closet, you have mutiple shower heads and experiences that will leave you feeling pampered and perhaps ready for a nap! The service provided is above the level of any five star facility. You constantly are provided with goodies in the fridge or late night snacks that just appear from no where.

      I could go on and on. The most important fact is that you can use this to begin a new romance, create memories or to rekindle a fire that has gone cold. You have complete privacy and you can endulge in special moments with no distractions. Susan and Bob, I have stayed at many B & B homes over the years. There is no doubt that this is the one I will always cherish and come back to.

      Perfect Wedding retreat

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      We spent the first night of our marriage with Susan and Bob and had a fantastic stay. They took care of us, yet stayed very behind the scenes. The guest house is perfect, with a great bed, huge bathroom with great amenities, and as it turned cold outside, we loved the two fireplaces inside.

      Susan does an incredible job with the food and we awoke both mornings to incredible home-cooked meals that were brought into the cottage when we asked for them and then whisked away later in the day.

      It was a perfect place to spend a few days to unwind and just be together.

      Marrying at the Blue Moon Farm is Romantic and Intimate

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      With the afternoon sun setting among beautifully tended flowers and near a gently flowing water garden pond, we were married at the Blue Moon Farm Bed & Breakfast. Coordinated by the inn owner, Susan Eidam, every detail was attended to including photos, flowers, cake, champagne, and even the minister. Our wedding was romantic and intimate and Susan made our day so special; we believe that she had the ability to order the gorgeous weather, too.

      Our accommodations were lavish and comfortable in a setting that was serene and private. The kitchen was chock full of goodies with fresh key lime pie waiting for us in the refrigerator when we arrived. Breakfasts were fabulous and generous. The bedroom and bathroom suite with its privacy balcony was beyond expectations. We highly recommend the Blue Moon Farm Bed & Breakfast as a place to marry, renew vows, enjoy a romantic weekend, or just rest, recuperate, and reflect. We would not have changed one detail of our lovely wedding.

      Kristine & Ken

      Colchester, CT

      Don't miss this retreat!

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      This was the most recent of several visits we made to Blue Moon Farm. It is definitely on our repeat list. The host and hostess always go out of their way to make us feel genuinely wanted and pampered. We can't recommend it enough. Although the warmth of the innkeepers is foremost is our recommendation, we can't say enough about the setting--rural, yet not far from city lights, food and shopping. The gardens, lawn and fish pond are beautiful and lend a relaxing mood to any stay. Blue Moon Farm Bed & Board is tops!!!!

      Third Visit - a Charm ... and more

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      This was our 3rd visit to Blue Moon. Out of the 5 other B&B's we've visited in the Nashville area (60 mile radius), Blue Moon finds us again and again.

      The food is incredible. The upgrades (and I mean UPgrades) since our first visit are amazing, pampering and full luxury. If you want a quiet spot to get away, no worries from the outside world or other travelers, this is your little peace on earth. Susan will exceed your expectations for a personalized visit. The website is very informative for those who like to plan all the details ahead (like me). I like a website with all the answers! I just love the area and the property. Your secluded - yet close enough to anything you could want within Franklin City Limits.

      Highly recommend.

      A little slice of heaven

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      Blue Moon Farm is a superb escape from the ordinary. Your curiosity will peak as you follow the long winding drive way that leads to the main house and the guest cottage. The scenery is gorgeous! Acres and acres of lush green meadows and rolling hills, but that's not the main attraction. Wait till you enter the guest cottage. It is supreme! Decorated beautifully... we could hardly wait to indulge in the "tub for two" bath and have a bit of the bubbly. Privacy is all yours at Blue Moon Farm. Susan is a fantastic cook. Or, should I say, chef. You won't go hungry here. The menu offers much variety, and every thing we ate was scrumptious. Susan and Bob are wonderful hosts. Thank you!

      But hey, find out for yourself. You'll think you've gone to heaven.

      Trish & Dave

      Winston-Salem, NC

      Southern Hospitality at it's best!

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      The Blue Moon is our favorite southern secret. Hidden away down a country road among beautiful rolling hills is the Blue Moon. The cottage is delightful; georgous flowers and candles and soothing music greet you upon arrival, as well as the wonderful hosts. There is beautiful country ambiance everywhere you look. Fluffy pillows, and the most comfortable bed with georgous linens and bed coverings await you in the evening. Dinner is also something special, we enjoyed dinner on the wrap around porch and watched the sunset. Dinner was wonderful everything from the cannelloni, to the homemade tiramisu was awesome! We enjoyed dessert and coffee under the star filled sky and watched the end of summer fire flies glow in the night. We are from southern Ca so this was something special. In the morning breakfast is always a treat! Susan whips up some of the best breakfast around. After breakfast you get to take a shower in the water park, no kidding. This you have to check out for yourself. We have been to many wonderful B&B's and hotels and The Blue Moon has become our favorite. The best part for us is to have made two new friends Susan and Bob, we love you guy's!

      Mitch & Dy

      Seal Beach, Ca

      A wonderful spot!

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      We can't say enough great things about Blue Moon Farm! Susan is the ideal hostess and the cottage is wonderfully decorated and very comfortable. Breakfast is tasty and you won't leave hungry! If you're looking for a place to be pampered in a peaceful, quiet setting - Blue Moon Farm is the place!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Blue Moon Farm Bed & Board Franklin

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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