The sign at this location is "Tennessee Guest Ranch". You can find out more info at TNHorseVacation.com. As is shown in their info, each guest is assigned a horse at check in and you take care of that horse during your stay. You can also pay for a non-rider room and board, but they may encourage you to let that person groom and feed the horse even if not riding. We had a 3-day riding stay. The first day after check-in was for instruction. The second and third days were riding. If you are there on a Sunday, you will ride over cow pastures to a local Methodist church. Also included are morning chores of milking a cow and gathering eggs. That was only once for us, not each day. The house is large, but you will hear a lot of noise until quiet time. There is also a homeschool-type boarding school here, so there are always a lot of young people. The owners are very friendly and encourage you to adopt a whole grain eating approach. They also like to teach Bible lessons with horse emphasis, so non-religious people may get a little intimidated.