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Selah Farms

Selah is a Hebrew term used seventy-four times in the Old Testament. Since it is used mostly in the Psalms, it is thought to be a musical direction. Although its exact definition is unknown, it is most often defined as “to pause and consider” or “to rest.” Since the Feezell family is musical to the core, and desire their farm to be a retreat from the busy-ness of life for all their guests, it is aptly named “Selah Farms Equestrian Bed and Breakfast.”

house and pastures in the autumn morning mist

I may be doing this way ahead of schedule, but selfishly I want the honor of being the first to review this lovely Bed and Breakfast in Pikeville, TN. In all fairness, I am the first because my friends have not fully decided if this B&B is going to be open to the public, or simply a retreat for friends and family. In case they choose to make this a business (and I strongly suggest they should!), I want to go on record sharing all the excellent reasons people would want to visit.

I am already dreaming of how this setting is going to work itself into my next novel, and planning my next vacation at Selah Farms.

If you enjoy staying at B & B’s, why do you choose them over hotels/motels, and what do you think is the best part of the experience?

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