The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast Millersburg
The Barn Inn was wonderful
We have stayed many places in Holmes county over the last 15 years. Most have been very nice but the Barn Inn is the only place I will definately return to - why stay anywhere else when you've found a place like home.
A great beginning to our vacation in Ohio's Amish country
The Barn Inn is a few miles from town in a country setting. This rennovated dairy barn has exposed beams throughout. The rooms are well appointed with the amenties of a quality hotel including TV, hairdryer, internet service. The decor is nicely coordinated without being overwhelming. Our room (Camelot) was cozy and my hubby appreciated the upholstered lounge chair. We enjoyed the huge lounge area for guests with TV, puzzles, and snacks. Tasty full breakfasts featured fresh fruit, juice, main dish, home made sausage. Don't miss the cherry sauce for the pancakes if it's on the menu. Loretta advised on Sunday attractions in the area since many Amish shops honor Sunday as a day of rest. She also knows which shops have the best authentic Amish quilts. The only downside was the AC unit in our room was noisy when the compressor kicked on.....we just turned off the AC and opened the window to enjoy the night air which worked out fine in late May. Our bonus was the wake up call from singing birds - that sure beats an alarm clock for starting the day.
Choose a room on the main floor if steps are an issue for you. The front entrance is on the main floor. From the parking area in back of the building, the main floor is up one short flight of steps.
I would recommend The Barn Inn to friends & stay here again.
A most gracious host!
My stay at the Barn Inn was quite lovely. The hosts were not only gracious, but quite informitive. Loretta provided a wealth of history about the people living here, and also the area with points of interest. The breakfasts she prepared were works of art! I had a standard room, which was clean and comfortable. I would recommend the Barn Inn to anyone who would like to see the area. The setting is lovely and secluded. Thanks Loretta! Pat Schwartz
The Barn Inn is second to none
This was our third stay at the Barn Inn and every visit just reaffirms that this B&B is one of the best. From the time we arrive until the time we check out, we know that Paul and Loretta really care about making our stay with them enjoyable. They are always so helpful to direct us to places we are interested in, answer all our questions, and their knowledge of the Amish culture is enlightening. We will definately stay at the Barn Inn again and look forward to it.
Comfortable and Reasonably Priced
The room was noisy because of inadequate sound proofing. Paper cups instead of glasses, inadequate lighting because of low watt bulbs, buffet style breakfast instead of served, gtives this B & B more of a motel air. But, the hostess was pleasant and helpful.
Memorable Stay at the Barn Inn
My wife and I stayed at the Barn Inn for a brief getaway and to visit the Amish area. We like the Inn because it is a real barn. The facilities are beautiful and the services were great. We enjoyed hiking on the local roads.
The breakfasts were great and the talks by the hostess were very educational and helpful for visiting the Amish.
We appreciated her saying thanks to God for the breakfast.
Off The Main Road and Worth The Drive
When planning a trip to Holmes County and Amish Country don't miss the chance to experience the charm and hospitality of The Barn Inn Bed And Breakfast. It's hard to say which is best the charming, comfortable rooms, the gracious and helpful resident inkeepers, Lorretta and Paul, or the great breakfasts and afternoon snacks. Quiet and restful and a quick charming drive to all the activities and shops in both Berlin and Millersberg this is the place to stay in Holmes County.
We went online and searched for "Amish Country Inns, Ohio" and the most marvelous website came up about The Barn Inn. There were pictures and descriptions of each of the eleven rooms and, as an old retired travel agent, I was very impressed, so I booked it with no further recommendation than that of Tripadvisor's. It was everything we had hoped for. We stayed in the Rose Garden room which was charming. Deep, deep soaking whirlpool tub, soft wonderful bed, great big fluffy color matched towels, ....all the comforts of home. There was a beautiful view from the back balcony - a feature of every room - overlooking a lovely stream. We walked out over a wooden bridge and found this surprise gazebo sitting in the adjoining woods. The innkeepers keep a flock of curious sheep in the field, who were just as interested in seeing us as we were them.
Speaking of innkeepers, they were great! The place was quiet at the moment, only one other couple that night, so they gave me a peek at the unoccupied rooms and every one would have been just as satisfactory as our own. The inn has two very large luxury suites with balconies that are each fully equipped with outdoor dining furniture. All rooms have access to both downstairs and upstairs sitting areas, and there is a library and refrigerator within a few feet from all doors. At breakfast, large and delicious, we were asked what we enjoyed doing the most, what we had come to that area for, and when I told her that we were not shoppers, but loved to see the people and the countryside, she mapped out a route for us to drive that was absolutely charming!
We saw some wonderful things on that trip but the stay at The Barn Inn was the icing on the cake. We could not recommend it more highly.
My wife and I wanted to get away from what we all want to get away from. We could not have found a better place. Peaceful, quiet and serene. No traffic, machinery, airplanes or noise of any kind. I take that back. There were sounds of birds, sheep in their pasture and water running through the creek nearby.
The barn was beatifully transformed into a wonderful Inn. Very tastfully decorated and nothing was shortcut when it was built. A taste of the very old and the very new. Every room with it's own distint touch of culture. The home cooked breakfast meals were outstanding. Grinding wheat to make home make bread was excellent. The owners Lorreta and Paul work to make it all happen. Their pleasant nature and wanting to make everyone happy makes it all very special. We will go back.
Fred & Karen
Fantastic places to stay
My Husband and I stayed at The Barn Inn in Millersburg Oh. and at the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek. This was our first time staying at either place and we would highly recommend both places, they are just fantastic. Employees at both are as kind and helpful as can be. You can also get some great deals. I trully cannot say enough about the Ohio Amish area.Judy Millbury,Ohio
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The weather was good heading north...missed most of the rain that was predicted on Monday...but boy did we hit a lot of bugs in Georgia. Our windshield was practically covered! Then, when the rain hit, Richard was hesitant to turn in the wipers...thought we'd have a blinding mess...but it was fine. We stayed in Wytheville, VA last night and got a good start this morning.
What a trip in 12 "short" ...
... a few that looked abandoned. There is another bridge here to Canada.
Went to Dearborn which was the home town of Henry Ford. It is now a suburb of Detroit. Looked to be quite affluent. Went to The Henry Ford which is an 8 acre building housing the treasures Henry Ford had collected and then some more. We saw the car which Kennedy was in when he was shot - it has been modified for later presidents. Also saw a huge steam ...
... winding roads with people racing everywhere just like on the far west coast with the difference being much more packed in.
Urban planning has taken the shape of fitting round pegs into square holes and as such, trying to get from point A to point B is usually convoluted unless the development is relatively new like a Walmart or Home Depot. In the case of the HOF, it has been in same place for a long, long time. No problem navigating with a car ...
... from wind turbines on separate trucks. Wow, are they big. After a little Goggle search, I found that they measure 116 feet long and sit on a 212 foot high tower, with a total of 328 feet! Keith sure looks very small next to one. Not an easy item to transport.
Arrived home around 7pm.
Next trip in October, it will be a short summer......
... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.
On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.
Bye for now and stay ...