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Eat.

OUR RECIPES HAVE BEEN PASSED THROUGH THE GENERATIONS. SAVOR THE FLAVORS OF HOME-STYLE MEALS WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY.

Shop.

“LOCAL” MEANS MORE IN AMISH COUNTRY. FIND FURNITURE MADE BY SKILLED CRAFTSMEN, POTTERY THROWN BY TALENTED ARTISTS, AND QUILTS PIECED BY DEDICATED ARTISANS.


Stay.

Learn.

WE INVITE YOU TO STAY AWHILE. CHARMING BED AND BREAKFASTS, FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS, SCENIC DRIVES, AND A RELAXING PACE WILL SET ANY HEART AT EASE.

OUR HERITAGE IS ON DISPLAY BEYOND MUSEUM WALLS. WE SHARE OUR TRADITIONS FROM SUN-UP TO SUN-DOWN THROUGH WORK, WORSHIP, AND FELLOWSHIP.

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Using the Visitors’ Guide, Roads & Technology Chamber of Commerce Members:

Share the Road:

The business listings are members of the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau. These businesses sponsor this publication and are highly recommended by the Chamber of Commerce

Sharing the road with buggies and farm equipment is often new to tourists. To enjoy a safe trip in Amish Country, please follow these guidelines: ● Normal speeds for horse-drawn buggies range between 5-7 mph, even slower when pulling large farm equipment or when crossing intersections. ● Use caution and avoid accelerating at the top of hills. ● Amish Country’s winding roads can create blind curves; drive slowly. ● Vision from the driver of a horse-drawn vehicle or farm machinery may be restricted, and drivers may not be able to see cars behind them. ● Car drivers should anticipate left-hand turns made by horsedrawn vehicles into fields and driveways. If a driver’s left arm is fully extended this is a left-hand turn signal – not a signal for you to pass. ● Leave room between your vehicle and a buggy stopped at a stop sign or light. Horses may back up a few feet after coming to a complete stop.

Sunday: The symbol “Sun” means the business is open, either to new business or to overnight customers on-site. Hours may be limited; Sunday is a day of rest and worship in Amish Country.

Wi-Fi: Businesses with this symbol offer Wi-Fi at their location. Check with each business to confirm Wi-Fi network names, restrictions or passwords, if required.

Handicap Accessible:

Passing buggies: When passing on rural roads, keep in mind the road may be narrower than city streets. Loose gravel can be hazardous. Pass slowly only when safe and on a reasonably open stretch of road. ● It is illegal to pass a buggy or slow-moving vehicle on a roadway marked with a solid yellow line unless: the slower vehicle is proceeding at less than half the speed of the speed limit, the faster vehicle is capable of overtaking and passing the slower vehicle without exceeding the speed limit, AND there is sufficient clear sight distance to the left of the center or center line of the roadway (ORC – 4511.31).

Businesses with this symbol have ramps or other accessibility features.

Pet Friendly: Businesses with this symbol allow common household pets into their establishment. H7

Map Codes: The countywide map contains coordinates so it’s easy to locate attractions. These coordinates are shown beside each listing in the Index. The letter/number combination found next to the business listing corresponds to the business location on the large map found in the centerfold.

Scenic Byways:

Cell phone signals: Verizon service is reliable in most parts of Holmes County, but many other carriers are on roaming or are unable to find a signal in our region. Please check with your cell phone service provider for local area coverage.

Important Information:

Nearly every mile of state and federal highway in Holmes County is designated as an Amish Country Scenic Byway. This means enjoyable views wherever you go, but drive carefully. It also means other people will be looking at the scenery as well.

Using GPS: Most map programs work better when abbreviated routes are written out (SR is State Route, CR is County Road, TR is Township Road). Many GPS units will not recognize “Township Road” or “County Road.” This can be solved by using “Highway” instead of “Road.”

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Emergency phone number 911 State Highway Patrol 330-264-0575 Holmes County Sheriff 330-674-1936 Ohio Dept. of Transportation local office 330-339-6633 dot.state.oh.us Pomerene Hospital 330-674-1015 981 Wooster Rd., Millersburg Pomerene Express Care 330-893-2754 Holmes County Commissioners 330-674-0286 Holmes County Shopper 330-674-1811 The Bargain Hunter 330-674-2300 WKLM Radio Station 95.3 330-674-1953 thevoiceofholmescounty.com 330-763-4673


Table of Contents

How to Use the Visitors’ Guide.........................................................................................................................................................................02 2018 Calendar of Events...................................................................................................................................................................................04 Attractions, Shops & Artisans...........................................................................................................................................................................07 Museums & Historical Sites..............................................................................................................................................................................16 Recreation........................................................................................................................................................................................................18 Furniture...........................................................................................................................................................................................................20 Food Stores.......................................................................................................................................................................................................22 Detailed Map of Holmes County...........................................................................................................................................................Centerfold Dining................................................................................................................................................................................................................26 Hotels & Inns.....................................................................................................................................................................................................28 Bed & Breakfasts...............................................................................................................................................................................................34 Cabins & Cottages.............................................................................................................................................................................................36 RV Parks & Camping..........................................................................................................................................................................................38 Tours..................................................................................................................................................................................................................40 Services.............................................................................................................................................................................................................42 Tourism Bureaus & CVBs...................................................................................................................................................................................44 Index..................................................................................................................................................................................................................46

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2018 Calendar of Events January

March

April

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01-03

04-07

Pajama Party Shop in your pajamas to get great deals throughout town. Berlin Main Street Merchants heartofamishcountry.com visitberlin.org

February 01

Health Screenings

Walnut Creek Furniture Anniversary Sale Walnut Creek Furniture 330-893-3383 walnutcreekfurniture.com store@walnutcreekfurniture.com

9-10, 16-17 Maple Syrup Cook-off Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope 330-359-5615 asherycountrystore.com contact@asherycountrystore.com

Sponsored by Pomerene Hospital 1st Tuesday of every month 7-10am at Mt. Hope Medical Center 3rd Wednesday of every month 7-10am at Keim Lumber 330-674-1584 ext. 1764 pomerenehospital.org

Anniversary Sale Keim Lumber in Charm 330-893-2251 keimlumber.com

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Berlin Barnstorming Everyone loves a scavenger hunt, but in Berlin, it’s a hunt for barns. Berlin Main Street Merchants heartofamishcountry.com visitberlin.org

May 04-05

Dandelion May Festival Breitenbach Vineyards at the Tool Shed 5773 Old Rt. 39 Dover 330-343-3603 dandelionfestival.com

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28-01

39th Anniversary Sale (10% off everything)

Thunder Over Holmes County with the Vietnam Moving Memorial Wall

Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope 330-359-5615 asherycountrystore.com contact@asherycountrystore.com

Fun for everyone Millersburg at the intersection of SR 39 and 83 330-674-2412 historicdowntownmillersburg.com judy@historicdowntownmillersburg.com

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Customer Appreciation Day

July

20% off sale Gospel Book Store in Berlin 330-893-2523 mygospelbookstore.com

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Cookbook Extravaganza

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Gospel Book Store in Berlin 330-893-2523 mygospelbookstore.com

Antiques in the Alley Upcycled and refurbished items and crafts Millersburg at the intersection of SR 39 and 83 330-674-2412 historicdowntownmillersburg.com judy@historicdowntownmillersburg.com

13-14

The Summer Celebration Lehman’s in Kidron 800-438-5346 lehmans.com

June

13-15

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Holmes County Rails-to-Trails Benefit Auction and Road Apple 5k Hipp Station/Millersburg Depot 330-674-0475 holmestrail.org

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Summer Sale Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope 330-359-5615 asherycountrystore.com contact@asherycountrystore.com

Dan Emmet Music & Arts Festival Downtown Mount Vernon 740-392-6102 or 800-837-5282. danemmetfestival.org info@danemmetfestival.org

September 01

Ohio Haiti Benefit Auction Always the Saturday before Labor Day Mt. Hope Auction Barn 330-231-4796 ohiohaitiauction.com

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Berlin Main Street Merchants heartofamishcountry.com visitberlin.org

Auction selling local quilts and furniture 199 Vanover St., Wooster, 44691 330-473-2253 ohiomccreliefsale.org

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Mohican Reservation in Loudonville 800-766-2267 mohicanpowwow.com

Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale & Auction

Walnut Creek Furniture 3473 OH-39 330-893-2995 cometowalnutcreekohio.com info@coblentzchocolates.com

8880 SR 39 in Millersburg 330-674-0869 holmescountyfair.com holmescountyfair@gmail.com

Harvest Fest and Rib Cook-Off

03-04

Walnut Creek Vintage Fair

Holmes County Fair

Great Mohican Pow-Wow

August

22-23

06-11

14-16

Great Mohican Pow-Wow Mohican Reservation in Loudonville 800-766-2267 mohicanpowwow.com

20-22

Fall Harvest Sale Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope 330-359-5615 asherycountrystore.com contact@asherycountrystore.com

Antiques in the Alley

20-22

Upcycled and refurbished items and crafts Millersburg at the intersection of SR 39 and 83 330-674-2412 historicdowntownmillersburg.com judy@historicdowntownmillersburg.com

Thu 10am-5pm, Fri-Sat 10am-4pm Mt. Hope Event Center 330-674-3858

Ohio Amish Country Quilt Show

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Ohio Swiss Festival Downtown Sugarcreek 330-852-4113 ohioswissfestival.com

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Community Christmas Tree & Candle Lighting Walnut Creek Town Square 330-763-2820 cometowalnutcreekohio.com

October

09-10

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Berlin Main Street Merchants heartofamishcountry.com visitberlin.org

Swissters in Sugarcreek 330-852-3500 swissters.com

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Oktoberfest

06-07

Holmes County Antique Festival Historic Downtown Millersburg holmescountyantiquefestival.org antiquefestival@gmail.com

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Boo in the Burg Ghost Tours and Ohio Wine Tasting Millersburg at the intersection of SR 39 and 83 330-674-2412 historicdowntownmillersburg.com judy@historicdowntownmillersburg.com

November 05-10

2018 Tree Festival David Warther Carvings 330-674-1584 ext. 1764

08-10

Annual Christmas Open House Berlin Village Gift Barn, Country Gatherings, The Gardens at Country Gatherings, and Moxie 330-893-2648 villagegiftbarn.com info@oldeberlinvillage.com

Christmas Open House

30-01

Journey to Bethlehem Through Walnut Creek and at The Farm at Walnut Creek cometowalnutcreekohio.com info@coblentzchocolates.com

December 01

Old Fashioned Christmas

Holmes County’s Largest Book Signing

Lehman’s in Kidron 800-438-5346 lehmans.com

Gospel Book Store in Berlin 330-893-2523 mygospelbookstore.com

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12-17

Baking Sale Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope 330-359-5615 asherycountrystore.com contact@asherycountrystore.com

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Customer Appreciation Day 20% off sale Gospel Book Store in Berlin 330-893-2523 mygospelbookstore.com

Christmas Down on the Farm Tis the Season and Schrock’s Heritage Village 330-893-3232 schrocksvillage.com

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Shopping Under the Stars Grab some friends and head to Berlin for a fun night of shopping. Berlin Main Street Merchants heartofamishcountry.com visitberlin.org

08-09

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11th Annual Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns

Berlin at 5:45pm Berlin Main Street Merchants heartofamishcountry.com visitberlin.org

A two-day showcase event that benefits charities in Holmes County and adjoining counties 330-674-3975 christmascookietour.com lauriej@holmescountychamber.com

Live Nativity Parade

17-Dec 31

Holidays at the Mansion Victorian House Museum in Millersburg 330-674-0022 victorianhouse.org info@holmeshistory.com

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Amish Country Leather 4884 W Main St., Berlin, 44610 330-763-1989 acleather.com amishcountryleather@yahoo.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Biker leather shop in the heart of Berlin! Saddlebags, coats, chaps, vests, boots, belts, and more! Also find a huge selection of leather and fashion purses, wallets, and travel accessories.

Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center/ Behalt

Berlin Creek and Blue River Galleries

5798 CR 77, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3192 or 877-858-4634 behalt.com director@amheritagecenter.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

5042 SR 39, Berlin, 44610 330-893-2686 Find us on Facebook berlincreekgallery@gmail.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 11am-4pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Intro to the culture of Amish Country! Interpretive tour of Behalt – stunning 265-ft circular mural depicting heritage. Pioneer barn, one-room schoolhouse. Free video, exhibits, bookstore, gift shop, local crafts. A compelling story.

Amish Country Soap Shop 4826 E Main St, Berlin, 44610 330-674-3088 amishcountrysoapco.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Berlin Antique and Craft Malls 4363 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3051 schrocksvillage.com Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm

See ad, page 08.

Two large malls side by side, one filled with quality antiques and collectibles, the other overflowing with locally made crafts. You will also find the best homemade fudge in Amish Country at the craft mall! One-floor shopping with lots of parking. Located at Schrock’s Heritage Village, one mile east of Berlin.

Amish Country Theater 4365 SR 39, Berlin, 44610 888-988-7469 amishcountrytheater.com info@amishcountrytheater.com Mon, Wed 9am-5pm, Tue, Thu-Sat 9am-9pm

Hold on to your seat and get ready for some explosive laughter! Enjoy a hilarious family-friendly variety show performed in a brand-new 600-seat theater! Voted a top 100 Event in North America, this show is enjoyed by parents, grandparents, grandkids, and everyone in between. Don’t miss this side-splittin’ show!

First-class galleries in the heart of Amish Country! P. Buckley Moss, Thomas Kinkade, Diane Graebner, and 200 other artists. Spectacular made-in-the-USA fine art originals, pottery, jewelry, and glass. Custom framing.

Berlin Leather 4363 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-7038 Ext 3 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Specializing in leather waist belts big and small sizes, also log furniture, Western home decor, pet supplies, wallets, and children’s toys. Hats, oilskin coats. Lots of moccasins, sandals, and cowboy boots.

Berlin Main Street Merchants heartofamishcountry.com

Berlin, the heart of Amish Country! Berlin offers an array of more than 50 shops, restaurants, lodging, and attractions that will make your stay memorable. For brochure or information visit the website.

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Berlin Village Antique Mall

Berlin Village Gift Barn

Bfearless

4774 US 62, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-4100 berlinvam.com berlinvillageantiquemall@gmail.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

4755 SR 39, Berlin, 44610 330-893-2648 villagegiftbarn.com info@oldeberlinvillage.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu, Sat 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-7pm

3147 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-9201 b-fearless.com info@b-fearless.com May-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-5:30pm Nov-Apr: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Restored 20,000 -sq. -ft. barn. Home furnishings, interior & floral designs, gifts, kitchen gadgets, and clothing boutique. Pandora, Brighton, Alex & Ani, Vera Bradley, Comfy, Free People, Tribal clothing. A destination! Walk to our sister shops! Amish buggy photo booth, sit and relax in our updated outside surroundings!

Hey ladies, come visit us and let your wardrobe flourish with updated classics and fresh fashions. High-quality clothing in sizes to fit all women and prices to fit all budgets. Complete the look with stunning accessories, including Fossil handbags and an amazing selection of jewelry. Also a huge selection of footwear, TOMS, Crocs, Lucky Brand.

Located in the heart of Amish Country, this large antique mall has two floors of primitives, tools, coins, glassware, collectibles, and much more!

Breitenbach Wine Cellars 5934 Old Rt 39, Dover, 44622 Half way between I-77 Dover & Sugarcreek 330-343-3603 breitenbachwine.com info@breitenbachwine.com

Experience Unique & Charming

The best of Amish Country! Sample over 40 award-winning wines in our large gift shop! Guided cellar tours are available. Stroll through our beautiful vineyards. Cafe Breitenbach serves salads and woodfired pizzas. We have numerous events and festivals and are family friendly. We welcome you!

Broad Run Cheesehouse & Swiss Heritage Winery

Carlisle Gifts Walnut Creek Dutch Valley Gifts Sugarcreek

6011 Old Rt 39 NW, Dover, 44622 330-343-4108 broadruncheese.com info@broadruncheese.com Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

The marriage of wine and cheese. Both made with pride! Sample 30 plus cheese varieties and pair with your favorite wine. Experience the area’s most exquisite curtains, lace, and Victorian shop.

Carlisle Gifts 4962 Walnut St, Walnut Creek, 44687 330-893-2535 carlislegifts.com info@dhgroup.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-8pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

Walk through the doors and feel your spirits lift. Enjoy the colors, textures, styles and inspiring ideas inside our store. Beyond the large winding staircases, there are three floors to explore. No worries, there is an elevator. You can experience it all. Across the street from Der Dutchman Restaurant. see ad, on left.

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Colonial Homestead 144A W Jackson St., Millersburg, 44654 55 W Jackson St., Millersburg, 44654 330-600-9445 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Over 6,000 antique handtools for woodworking, blacksmithing, leather work, and other historic handtrades. Working 1800’s woodshop and gunsmith. Fine antique furniture and furnishings (Pre 1900). Artisan work and fine art pertaining to the colonial time period. No “crafts” or mass produced items. All in three stores on Main Street in Millersburg.

Creative Outlet Indian & Rock Shop

The Gardens at Country Gatherings

226 W Main St., Loudonville, 44842 419-994-5092 creativeoutlet.net outlet@bright.net Summer: Sun 11am-6pm, Mon-Thu, Sat 10am6pm, Fri 10am-8pm Winter: Sun 12pm-5pm, Mon-Thu, Sat 10am-6pm, Fri 10am-8pm

4755 SR 39, Berlin, 44610 330-893-1174 countrygatherings.com info@oldeberlinvillage.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu, Sat 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-7pm

Enormous, unique inventory of authentic Native American jewelry and crafts. Huge selection of rocks and crystals. Minnetonka moccasins, hats, Mountain t-shirts, copper, funky clothes and jackets, smudging supplies, essential oils, incense, and Yankee candles. Innovative designs in silver and copper. Beads and jewelry-making supplies. Big-city inventory, small-town hospitality.

Country Craft Cupboard 4813 E Main St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-3163 countrycraftcupboard.com karen@countrycraftcupboard.com Dec-Mar: Mon-Thu 10am-4pm, Fri-Sat 10am5pm Apr-Nov: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

David Warther Carvings 1775 SR 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-6096 warther.org info@warther.org Apr-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Nov-Mar: Mon-Sat 10am-4pm (hours vary)

Moving and changing our name in Spring 2018. Plaid Sheep Company will be located at Schrock’s Heritage Village east of Berlin. Fabrics, Moda pre-cuts, homespuns & raggy quilts. Walls of patterns & models, lots of kits. 100% wool–bolted, and hand-dyed. Rug-hooking supplies. Home of Backyard Friends original designs. We do classes & retreats!

David Warther Carvings & Gift Shop features a 10,000 -square-foot exhibit displaying over 80 intricate antique ivory carvings. Explore the exhibit on a guided tour and meet the carver yourself!

Country Gatherings

Dutch Valley Gifts

4755 SR 39, Berlin, 44610 330-893-1174 countrygatherings.com info@oldeberlinvillage.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu, Sat 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-7pm

1367 Old Rt 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-4926 dutchvalleygifts.com info@dhgroup.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-8pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

Newly expanded, connected to The Gardens. Primitive decor, custom handmade furniture, Amish-made upholstered furniture, rugs, textiles and pewter. Annie Sloan Stockist. Visit our vintage boutique with Ronda Smith and Trollbeads. Experience Amish buggy photo booth. Enjoy the courtyards offering relaxation – adjoining The Gardens. Visit sister shops in same plaza!

Character abounds in this old barn turned gift shop and boutique. You’ll find it to be inspirational, ever-changing and filled with beautiful things. Our home decor offers choices from farmhouse to contemporary. The store’s lower level features boutique clothing, jewelry and accessories. First stop? Last stop? Maybe your only stop.

Erb’s Stove Center 4100 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3903 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-1pm

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At Erb’s Stove Center you’ll find beautiful fireplaces and stoves from nationally recognized brands. Our showroom is setup with room-like settings so you can imagine it in your home! We’ve also got outdoor living covered. Top-notch grills, firepits, lawn and patio furniture are just some of the other things you’ll find!

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Our spacious four-season garden center is filled with unique garden decor including statuary, birdbaths, fountains, outdoor rugs, furniture and seasonal accessories. We specialize in fairy garden accessories and live plants. Experience outdoor courtyards with music, fountains, and a fire to roast marshmallows. Amish buggy photo booth. Large plaza with sister shops.

Gospel Bookstore 4900 Oak St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-2523 mygospelbookstore.com Mon 8:30am-7pm, Tue-Fri 8:30am-6pm, Sat 8:30am-4pm

Full-service Christian book store located in German Village Center. Great selection of the latest books, Bibles, gifts, and music. If we don’t have it, we’ll order it! Located behind Sol’s in Berlin.

Gramma Fannie’s Quilt Barn 4363 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3232 grammafanniesquilts.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Whether you are looking for a beautiful handmade quilt or wall hanging from Ohio’s Amish Country or quality fabric to create your own quilt, we have a great selection of both. Quilt shop quality fabrics, notions, stencils, books and kits. Located at Schrock’s Heritage Village. Established in 1991.

Guggisberg’s Doughty Glen Winery 5025 SR 557, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3600 doughtyglenwinery.com Jan-Feb: Closed Mar-Dec: Mon-Sat 12pm-9pm

Come and visit our award-winning winery featuring a selection of estate wines. Live entertainment most weekends during the summer. Perfect day or weekend getaway. Located at Guggisberg Swiss Inn.

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Harvest Ridge

Heini’s Cheese Chalet

8880 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-600-4725 harvestridgeohio.com harvestridgemanager@gmail.com

6005 CR 77, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-2131 heinis.com info@heinis.com Jan-Apr: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm May-Dec: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm

Harvest Ridge is a brand new event venue booking for 2018 and beyond. With multiple buildings, meeting spaces, and exhibition areas, full hookup camping sites, and onsite parking, this venue is perfect for any occasion. Home of the Holmes County Fair.

Harvest Thrift Store 1915 SR 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 102 E Main St, Wilmot, 44689 Sugarcreek: 330-852-7467 Wilmot: 330-359-0100 harvestthriftstore.com harvestthriftstore@gmail.com Sugarcreek: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Wilmot: Mon-Sat 9:30am-5pm

Where the cheese is made! Heini’s produces all natural, Artisan handcrafted cheeses using milk from local family farmers. We offer free tours of our cheesemaking process along with free samples of our cheese and other local vendors, including bulk foods, homemade fudge, jams and jellies and smoked meats.

Helping Hands Quilt Shop

We are a non-profit thrift store selling antiques, crafts, books, furniture, housewares, new products, shoes, purses, toys and good quality clothing. Profit from our sales benefits people in our community and the world. Visit both locations (Sugarcreek and Wilmot) for great bargains.

4818 W Main St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-2233 helpinghandsquilts.com orders@helpinghandsquilts.com Jan-Feb: Mon-Thu 10am-4pm, Fri-Sat 10am5pm Mar-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

“A Destination Quilt Shop” est. 1974. Two floors and online shopping. More than 100 locally made quilts and gift items, top quality quilt fabric, notions, quilting stencils, quilt frames, and embroidery supplies.

Hillcrest Orchard of Walnut Creek 2474 Orchard St., Sugarcreek, 44681 330-893-9906 Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

Hi, my name is Jon Adam and I am part of the fourth generation of the family-owned Hillcrest Orchard. We have 75 acres filled with apple, peach, and plum trees, all of which are sold through our retail store, along with local produce, southern citrus, nuts, candies, honey, apple butter, and fall decor.

Historic Downtown Millersburg 24 S Clay St. #A 330-674-2412 historicdowntownmillersburg.com judy@historicdowntownmillersburg.com Mon-Thu 1pm-3pm

Visit our Victorian-era downtown listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Find merchandise handcrafted by local artisans, antiques, pubs, lodging, clothing stores, our own hometown brewery and Rails to Trails, a walking and biking trail. Join us for our many events and festivals.

Holmes County Flea Market

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Hershberger’s Farm & Bakery 5452 SR 557, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-6096 Jan-Mar: Tue-Sat 8am-5pm Apr-Oct: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

Full-line bakery on premises. Fresh, homegrown produce in season. Free farm petting area. See Big Ben, Holmes County’s Biggest Belgian horse. Buggy rides, pony rides. Gift and tack store.

4550 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-0900 holmesfleamarket.com info@holmesfleamarket.com Mar-Dec: Thu-Sat 9am-5pm Sep-Oct: Wed-Sat 9am-5pm

55,000 -sq. -ft. marketplace located just a half-mile east of Berlin in a single level, climate controlled, pet friendly building; fully handicapped accessible; also home to Blessings Café, our full service restaurant. Perfect for buses and group-tours as well! See ad, below.

Holmes County Pottery Hours: 9am-5pm Thu | Fri | Sat SPECIAL FALL SCHEDULE Sept. & Oct.

Holmes County’s

Handmade pottery thrown on the potter’s wheel with Ohio clay and fired in a 450-sq.ft. wood-burning kiln. We make functional pottery for the home and garden ranging from tableware and baking dishes to planters.

Hours: 9am-5pm Wed | Thurs | Fri | Sat

Open

March -December show this ad for free parking!

8500 CR 373, Big Prairie, 44611 330-496-2406 hcpottery@valkyrie.net Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Flea Market

4550 SR 39, Berlin, OH 44654 | 330-893-0900

Ohio Amish Country’s Original Flea Market

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Jackson Street Antiques

Lone Star Quilt Shop

Miller’s Dry Goods

80 W Jackson St, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-0910 jacksonstreetantiques.com 80wjacksonstreet@gmail.com

7700 CR 77, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-3858 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-4pm

4500 SR 557, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-9899 millersdrygoods.com info@millersdrygoods.com Mar-Nov: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-3pm Dec-Feb: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-3pm

Come and be inspired to create quilts and small projects. We have many samples and over 3,000 bolts of fabric. Lots of locally made quilts, crafts, and purses. Located 4 miles north of Berlin in Mt. Hope. Buses welcome.

Jackson Street Antiques is located in Historic Downtown Millersburg and offers a wide variety of antiques and collectibles. New inventory added daily, friendly service, fair prices! Preserving the past for the present.

Kaufmans Kountry Accents 4765 US 62, Berlin, 44610 330-893-3990 kaufmanskountryaccents.com sales@kaufmanskountryaccents.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm Fri-Sat 9am-5:30pm

The area’s first quilt and fabric shop established in 1956. Two shops with over 8,000 bolts of fabric along with many samples to inspire the beginner all the way to the expert sewer. Notions, stencils, quilt frames, batting. We carry locally made quilts, tablerunners, carpets, and crafts. Online shopping available.

We are a family-owned store with unique Farmhouse decor. We would enjoy helping you pick out the perfect pieces for your home. Find something new each week, galvanized, metal with wood, cotton, pallet signs, moving flame candles, Swan Creek Drizzle Melts, wrought iron, lanterns, sofa mirrors, trash bins.

Keim Lumber Company Lumber Company

4465 SR 557, Charm, 44617 330-893-2251 keimlumber.com contactkeim@keimlumber.com Mon 7am-7pm, Tue-Fri 7am-4:30pm, Sat 7:30am-12pm

Discover a World of Ideas for Your Home

Family owned since 1911, our goal is to build relationships, provide outstanding products and services, and ensure our customers always have a great experience working with us. See ad, on right.

EXOTIC WOODS • BUILDING MATERIALS • MILLWORK • DOORS & WINDOWS • TOOLS • HARDWARE • PAINT & HOME DECOR • HOUSEWARES • LAWN & GARDEN • KITCHENS • PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL • FLOORING

Lehman’s

4465 SR 557 Charm, OH 44617 | 800-362-6682 | www.keimlumber.com

4779 Kidron Rd, Kidron, 44636 330-347-7772 lehmans.com info@lehmans.com Jan-May: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm Jun-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

FOR A SIMPLER LIFE

Begin your journey to a simpler life with a trip to Lehman’s. Whether you’re a gardener, homesteader, homemaker, cook, camper or do-it-yourself, we have what you need. See ad, on right.

Offering creative solutions for a simpler life- cooking, gardening, heating with wood, non-electric lighting, and more. Open Every Day Except Sunday • On the Square in Kidron, OH

LEHMANS.COM • 800.438.5346

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Moxie

Ohio Star Theater

Old World Polish Pottery

4843 E Main St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-9184 moxieberlin.com stefanie@moxieberlin.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-7pm

1387 Old Rt 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 855-344-7547 ohiostartheater.com info@dhgroup.com

2 miles North of Mt. Eaton on SR 241 7110 Massillon Rd. SW, Navarre, 44662 330-359-0185 oldworldpolishpottery.com Find us on Facebook and Instagram cservice@oldworldpolishpottery.com Apr 1-Dec 22: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Website available for ordering all year.

Moxie is the hippest thing happening in Berlin!!! Unique clothing, Bed Stu leather handbags and footwear are offered in a fun, friendly, and fashionable women’s boutique. Service is our specialty! Quality and comfort are the goal in our selections. Many handmade items and fine jewelry are offered. Bold and quirky costume jewelry and colorful scarves round out the collection.

Opened April 1,2017. 500 seats. Day and evening shows. Shows in 2018 include The Home Game Musical; Half-Stitched; Stolen; Christmas in Paradise; and concerts by The Kingsmen Quartet; Dixie Melody Boys; Phillips, Craig & Dean; The Hoppers; LeFevre Quartet; and The Martins. On Facebook: Ohio Star Theater at Dutch Valley. See ad, below.

See ad, below.

The Peddler 3239 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-2701 visitthepeddler.com hello@visitthepeddler.com May-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-5:30pm Nov-Apr: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

· Lead Free · Dishwasher Safe · Microwave Safe · Oven Safe · Freezer Safe · Hand painted

Formerly Amish Country Peddler, The Peddler is located ⅟₂ mile west of Walnut Creek on SR 39. A vast array of Farmhouse, Vintage, and Primitive-inspired home goods to satisfy all of your decorating needs. Quality lines of rugs, curtains, ironware, candles, signage, tableware, and the unique! Our decorators can help you create that special look you want! See ad, page 13.

Pine Tree Barn 4374 Shreve Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-264-1014 pinetreebarn.com info@pinetreebarn.com Sun 10am-5pm, Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Lunch served daily 11am-2:30pm

Shop Open April 1 thru December 22 Mon-Sat – 10AM - 5PM · Closed Sunday

website: www.OldWorldPolishPottery.com Phone: 330-359-0185 · email: cservice@oldworldpolishpottery.com Located 2 miles north of Mt. Eaton, OH on State Route 241 GPS Use: 7110 Massillon Road SW, Navarre, OH 44662

A restored historic barn featuring 25,000 square feet of beautiful gifts, boutique, home furnishings, year-round Christmas shop and gourmet luncheon restaurant overlooking the Kilbuck Valley, lakes and family Christmas tree farm. See ad, page 13.

Let Your Heart Sing & Your Spirit Soar MUSICALS • CONCERTS • EVENTS

OhioStarTheater.com | 1387 Old Route 39 | Sugarcreek, Ohio

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Pro Football Hall of Fame 2121 George Halas Dr., Canton, 44708 330-588-3611 profootballhof.com susan.campbell@profootballhof.com Sun-Sat 9am-5pm Check website for holiday hours

S ave & S erve T hrifT S hop

See ad, page 14.

Frugal & Fancy

Raby Hardware General Store, Since 1885

Something for Everyone

223 W Main St., Loudonville, 44842 419-994-3751 Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

The nation’s oldest continuously familyowned and operated hardware store is in downtown Loudonville. Offering sporting goods, housewares, cast-iron cookware, paints, tools, plumbing, gardening, camping, pet, RV supplies, and more. Please stop in!

1108 South Washington Street Millersburg, OH 44654 330-674-1323

Save & Serve Thrift Shop 1108 S Washington St., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-1323 saveandserve.org info@saveandserve.org Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat 9am-5pm, Thu 9am-8pm

FARMHOUSE VINTAGE PRIMITIVE MAGNOLIA HOME

Find great bargains in clothing, toys, books, vintage, furniture, housewares, and more. Our mission is “to meet human need in the name of Christ, both locally and globally.” When you shop, donate, or volunteer you benefit the world-wide mission of Mennonite Central Committee – relief, development, and peace. See our website! See ad, on right.

330-893-2701 3239 St. Rt. 39 Millersburg, OH 44654

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Schrock’s Heritage Village

Tis the Season

4363 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3051 schrocksvillage.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

4363 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3232 tistheseasonchristmas.com Jan-June: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; July-Sept, Dec: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm Oct-Nov: Mon-Sat 9am-7pm

Take a real Amish buggy ride and a selfguided Amish home tour May through October. Visit the antique mall, craft mall, quilt shop, puppy store and leather shop. Enjoy a great meal from Olde World Bistro and visit Tis the Season Christmas Shoppe. A great family destination with plenty of parking available.

Antiques, collectables, “stuff and such” displayed in 100-year-old barn built with hand-hewn log beams, a unique home for one-of-a-kind vintage items. View restored log cabin on premises.

Swissters

55,500 -sq. -ft. of indoor shopping. All one level, air conditioned, pet friendly, live entertainment, monthly give-a-ways, special events, handicap friendly, easy access for buses. Playground, live animals, indoor and outdoor seating, large-screen TVs airing sports all day.

Trading Post Thrift Store

Walnut Creek Business Association

7703 SR 241, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-1778 tradingpostthriftstore.org tim@tradingpostthriftstore.org Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-4pm

A non-profit thrift store specializing in clothes, furniture, books, tools, antiques. All profit is used to support Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp, a local organization designed to help troubled boys and hurting families.

1019 W Main St., Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-3500 swisstersohio.com info@swisstersohio.com

A fusion of the old world in a modern day market. Featuring over 50 Ohio wineries as well as wines from around the world. Sought-after craft beers line our shelves along with our 11 rotating kegs on tap. Bistro selections offer Heini’s cheese, soups and sandwiches. Entertainment every weekend.

1900 SR 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-201-2183 wcfleamarket.com info@wcfleamarket.com Mar 17-Dec 9: Thu-Sat 9am-5pm

Tis the Season is Ohio’s largest year-round Christmas shop. The lights, music and fantastic displays will have you in the Christmas spirit from the moment you walk in the door! With three floors of Christmas wonderland to put you in the holiday spirit, Tis the Season is a must see for the whole family.

Spies Farms Antiques 2694 SR 39 NW, Dover, 44622 330-343-8358 Mon-Wed by chance, Thu-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-5:30pm

Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market

Walnut Creek, 44687 330-763-2820 cometowalnutcreekohio.com info@coblentzchocolates.com

Visit Walnut Creek. We’ll become your favorite stop in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country. Walnut Creek has over 40 gems for you to discover, all within 3 miles. We love our little town and you will too! Bring the whole family and spend the day, a weekend, or forever. See ad, page 15.

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Attractions, Shops & Artisans Wendell August Forge 7007 Dutch Country Ln., Berlin, 44610 330-893-3713 wendellaugust.com/amishcountry amoore@wendell.com Summer: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm Winter: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Experience our Craftsmen Days and #MakeYourMark in our interactive workshop at America’s oldest and largest forge, producing unique handcrafted giftware and metal designs since 1923.

Wilson’s Country Creations 13248 CR 6, Killbuck, 44637 330-377-4190 wilsonscc.com sales@wilsonscc.com Mar-Oct: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Nov-Feb: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-4pm

Another home-owned, home-grown, Holmes County business. Manufacturers of decorative concrete statuary for yard or home. Heated warehouse in winter. Quality products. Dependable service. Family owned and operated since 1985. Open year-round. See ad, on right.

World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock Main St and Broadway, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-4112 visitsugarcreek.com

See ad, on right.

Yoder’s Amish Home 6050 SR 515, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-2541 yodersamishhome.com info@yodersamishhome.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

IT’S ABOUT TIME YOU VISITED

Tour two homes, local guides explain culture and lifestyle, barn with animal petting area, buggy rides, schoolhouse tours, gift shop, covered picnic area. Locally owned since 1983.

Holidays in Holmes County Most businesses are closed on major holidays, including Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Amish-owned businesses are closed for Old Christmas, which is January 6th of every year, and Ascension Day, which is the 40th day after Easter.

WORLD’S

LARGEST

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Museums & Historical Sites Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center/ Behalt

Holmes County Open Air Art Museum

5798 CR 77, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3192 or 877-858-4634 behalt.com director@amheritagecenter.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

6920 CR 203, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-0011 innathoneyrun.com info@innathoneyrun.com

See Attractions, Shops & Artisans.

German Culture Museum 4877 Olde Pump St., Walnut Creek, 44687 330-763-1390 germanculturemuseum.com May-Oct: Thu-Sat 12pm-4pm

Why did the Amish come here? Is the eccentric ‘Father of Amish Country’ still alive? Hundreds of displays! Special tours by reservation. Lower floor of Walnut Creek Community Center, across from post office. The German Culture Museum is more than a collection of antiques ─ it’s a keeper of local history!

The Holmes County Open Air Art Museum is a fusion of art and nature set within a majestic landscape. Spread throughout the grounds of The Inn at Honey Run, the region’s only Open Air Art Museum showcases original works from regional artists of various backgrounds, mediums and disciplines.

Warther Museum 331 Karl Ave., Dover, 44622 330-343-7513 thewarthermuseum.com info@thewarthermuseum.com Jan-Feb: Sun-Sat 10am-4pm Mar-Dec: Sun-Sat 9am-5pm

Warther Museum is home of the worldfamous woodcarvings of steam engines by Ernest Mooney Warther, carved of ivory, ebony, and walnut; Mrs. Warther’s button collection; and Swiss-style gardens.

Victorian House Museum & Millersburg Glass Museum 484 Wooster Rd., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-0022 victorianhouse.org info@holmeshistory.com Mar-Oct: Sun, Tue-Sat 1pm-4pm Nov 18Dec 31: Sun-Thu 1pm-4pm, Fri-Sat 1pm-8pm

Listed in the National Historic Registry. Featured on HGTV, 28-room Victorian mansion located in Historic Millersburg. The largest public display of Millersburg Carnival and Crystal Glass. Self-guided tours.

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Visit Amish Country App Have you downloaded the Visit Amish Country app? It is now available in the Apple iTunes and Google Play stores. The all-inclusive app features an easyto-navigate map, a helpful on-the-go events calendar, and useful push notifications.


Living the Simple Life When European immigrants fled religious persecution and

cooked, from meat and vegetables raised in the garden. And

settled in the verdant valleys of Holmes County, Ohio, they

the sound track to it all is the soothing clip clop of horse-drawn

brought with them a self-reliance and independence from the rest

buggies and the giggles of children. And while a slower pace adds to the serenity of each day,

of the world that remains today. These Amish and Mennonite settlers farmed for a living and grew, produced or crafted most of what they needed to survive. There’s something special about a destination where more

there is so much to see and do. Start the day with a trip to the 265-foot mural in the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center depicting this distinctive way of life. Spend time browsing

importance is placed on authenticity than profits — so vegetables

hardware and furniture stores that truly take you back to a time of

are freshly grown and furniture is crafted to last, ice cream is hand

dedicated, patient craftsmanship.

churned and entertainment is family friendly. Where everything

Fresh air markets offer up locally grown fruits, vegetables and

you can see or hear or smell or touch is the result of skilled hands,

flowers. Shops feature colorful quilts, baked goods, chocolate,

big hearts and quiet faith. And where you are encouraged to

wine and cheese. Home-cooked meals showcase heaping platters

immerse your own hands and heart in the culture around you.

of food that feed the soul. Unique, live theater venues feature

Ohio Amish Country is home to the largest Amish and

bluegrass, comedy, and musical entertainment fun for the whole

Mennonite population in the world. Here the natural beauty

family. And at the end of the day you’ll rest easy in a quaint B&B,

and natural grace of Holmes County and the Amish culture have

cozy cabin or country inn.

created a destination where the notion of doing things, creating

For those who like a little outdoor recreation mixed in with

things, feeling real life with hands – and hearts – is very much

their authentic Amish adventure, there’s plenty of opportunity

alive. Best of all, visitors intrigued by this way of life will find

in the natural beauty and open spaces of Holmes County. Golf

endless opportunities to engage in the day-to-day activities of the

courses, horse stables, walking trails, canoeing and kayaking and

culture, not just watch from afar.

hunting are popular pursuits.

You feel connected to a more meaningful way of life the

There’s a simple premise at work here in Ohio Amish Country:

minute you cross into Ohio Amish Country. Farmers still neatly

that when the hands are involved in crafting things — with time

plow fields by horse and by hand. Craftsmen build rock solid

and faith and patience and passion – it more deeply touches the

hardwood furniture and quaint shops feature goods that are as

heart. Quiets the soul. And triggers the imagination to further

beautiful and functional as they are authentic. Meals are home-

explore a way of life reminiscent of a simpler, easier time.

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Recreation Amish Country Riding Stables 5025 SR 557, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3600 amishcountryridingstable.com May-Oct: Tue-Sat 9am-4pm

See Hotels & Inns

Fire Ridge Golf Course 1001 E Jackson St., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-3921 fireridgegolf.com fireridgegolfcourse@embarqmail.com Mar-Oct: Sun-Sat 7am-dark

Nestled in the rolling hills of Holmes County, Fire Ridge is a beautiful 18-hole course featuring well-maintained greens and fairways. For golfers of all levels, we’re sure you’ll enjoy!

Holmes County Rails-toTrails Coalition 1 Trail Dr., Suite B, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-0475 holmestrail.com holmestrail@embarqmail.com Dawn-Dusk

A recreation/transportation paved trail through scenic Holmes County that accommodates bicyclists, pedestrians, horseback riders, buggies, etc. 15 miles is paved from Fredericksburg to Killbuck with another 7.5 miles paved from Glenmont to Brinkhaven. A seven-mile road route connects to the stretches of the Holmes County Trail. See ad, below.

Loudonville Canoe Rentals 424 W Main St., Loudonville, 44842 419-994-4161 loudonvillecanoe.com locanoe@bright.net Apr 1-Nov 1: Sun-Sat 9am-6pm

“Downtown.” The livery with a choice! Canoeing, kayaking, rafting, and tubing from 1/2 hour to several days. New and used canoes and accessories. Moonlight trips, catering, primitive camping. River Room Lounge.

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Recreation Tree Frog Canopy Tours 21899 Wally Rd., Glenmont, 44628 740-599-2662 treefrogcanopytours.com info@treefrogcanopytours.com May 1-Oct 31: Sun-Sat 9am-5pm

Our Story While offering the complete line of hardwood furniture built by select local craftsmen Country Furniture is a family-oriented, second generation business that highly values integrity and customer service as well as dependabitity. From elegant to just plain beautiful, Country Furniture offers distinctive designs along with many multiple choice options. With an extensive selection of styles, finishes, fabrics and leathers available, customers get what they like and want. Customized to your personal taste unlike any other.

Ohio’s longest, highest, and fastest canopy tour! Soar through the tree tops via 7 ziplines, 2 suspended bridges, and 2 rappels. Or try our NEW 60’ free fall! Mohican area’s most exciting adventure!

Willandale Golf Club 2870 Winklepleck Rd NW, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-4395 willandalegolf.com willandalegolf@aol.com Summer: Sun-Sat 6:30am-9:30pm Winter: Sun-Sat 8am-5pm

2-Sided Pillowtop Mattresses, Locally Made

Beautiful 27-hole public golf course in the middle of Amish Country. Check out the fully stocked pro-shop, log clubhouse or just hit the driving range. Open year round.

4329 CR 168, Millersburg, OH 44654 330-893-4455 1 mile to Berlin

Photo Contest

The Holmes County Tourism Bureau challenges you to submit your best photos of Amish Country Ohio! The best submissions will be presented for voting online, and once a winner is chosen, they will receive a prize from one of Amish Country’s finest! For more details, visit the link to the photo contest at visitamishcountry.com.

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Furniture Alpine Cabinets of Holmes County

Gencraft Designs by Green Acres Furniture

2100 US 62, Winesburg, 44690 330-359-5724 amishcustomcabinets.com sales@alpine-cabinets.com Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat 9am-12pm

7412 Massillon Rd SW, Navarre, 44662 330-359-6252 greenacresfurniture.com leon@greenacresfurniture.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Designing handcrafted custom cabinetry for every room of your home, in an array of wood species, styles, and finishes. Visit our new showroom in the restored log house in historic Winesburg. Family owned and operated since 1987.

Country Furniture

Complete line of Indoor & Outdoor Furniture. Hardwood furniture is built on site from Modern to Eclectic styles to anything in between. Over 36,000 sq. ft. of showroom and manufacturing. Large selection of sofas and chairs. Outdoor patio furniture by Tropitone & Homecrest made in the USA.

4329 CR 168, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-4455 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-4pm

Homestead Furniture

6101 CR 68, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-9709 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-4pm

8233 SR 241, Fredericksburg, 44627 866-674-4902 homestead-furniture.com sales@homestead-furniture.com Mon-Sat 8:30am-5pm

Area’s largest selection of log and rustic furniture. Bedroom, dining, living room, slabtop tables, outdoor, and occasional furniture. Aspen, hickory, red cedar, pine, and barn wood. Family owned and operated.

Experience Homestead’s campus. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the custom factory. Relax in the arboretum, breathe in the scent of fragrant blossoms and listen to water rushing over the falls. Explore three floors of meticulously hand-crafted furniture. Let us help turn your house into a home. See ad, page 21.

Pleasant View Furniture

Where comfort, quality, and fair prices meet. Handcrafted with expression by family and select local craftsmen, see and feel the difference. Discover unique styles or customize. Mattresses are 2-sided “flippable” pillowtops, locally made. Recliners and sofas with local, hardwood frames and better quality fabrics. 42 years family owned. Relaxed, noncommercialized. Shipping nationwide. See ad, page 19.

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Kauffman Lawn Furniture 4540 US 62, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3149 kauffmanlawnfurniture.com contact@kauffmanlawnfurniture.com Mon 9am-5pm, Tue-Sat 8am-6pm

Complete line of outdoor furniture, gazebos, play sets, playhouses, barns, log cabins, hunting blinds, bird feeders, hickory furniture, poly products, planters, fence, decks, lighthouses, patio sets, swings, gliders, arbors, pergolas, animal shelters, etc.

Miller’s Rustic Furniture

3599 US Rt 62, Dundee, 44624 330-893-4322 pvfurniture@safecom.link Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

15,000 sq. ft. of handcrafted Amish furniture. Browse our new showroom at your leisure to make your selection or have us help you design and have it custom made just for you. A must see if you are looking for furniture.


Furniture Stone Barn Furnishings

Swiss Valley Furniture

Weaver Furniture

8613 Twp Rd 635, Fredericksburg, 44627 330-674-2064 stonebarnfurnishings.com sales@stonebarnfurnishings.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

2431 SR 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-403-4271 swissvalleyfurniture.com sales@swissvalleyfurniture.com Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm

7011 Old Rt 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-2701 weaverfurniture.com sales@weaverfurniture.com Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-7pm

Furniture customized with distinctive designs and specialty finishes all accented with unique home décor. The county’s only Wellness Studio featuring Perfect and Massage Chairs. Our interior designers are awaiting your visit for a special experience in furniture shopping. Stop in at Stone Barn and grace your home with today’s interiors!

Handcrafted hardwood furniture built on site! 24,000-square-foot showroom features unique and original designs in the latest colors and styles, including bedroom, dining room, office and TV stands, plus a huge selection of in-stock furniture for every room. Located 1 mile east of Walnut Creek on SR 39.

We are the number one furniture destination in Amish Country. We specialize in Amish-handcrafted furniture for your whole house with categories in Dining, Bedroom, Living Room, Home Office. You dream it, we build it with full customization. Finally, we finish our furniture in-house to ensure you have the best experience in Amish Country.

Studio 4 Designs

Walnut Creek Furniture

4810 E Main St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-1140 studio4designs.com Mon 10am-4pm, Wed-Sat 10am-5pm

3473 SR 39, Walnut Creek, 44687 330-843-3383 walnutcreekfurniture.com store@walnutcreekfurniture.com Mon-Thu, Sat 10am-5pm, Fri 10am-6pm

Located in Berlin’s former fire station, Studio 4 Designs is a unique mix of reclaimed, industrial, and modern furniture. Along with the one-of-a-kind furniture, we curate vintage, reclaimed and new accessories. From lighting to custom furniture, we have something to accent your home.

Industrial, contemporary, live edge, and traditional Amish-made furniture. Choose from locally handcrafted furniture, or we will help you customize any piece for your home. Our designers are ready to assist, including décor and complete room solutions. Heirloom quality your family will enjoy for generations to come.

TOUR OUR FACTORY Our 40,000 sq ft. manufacturing facility is not your typical factory. Here you can take a tour and see our skilled craftsmen building your custom furniture right in front of you.

RELAX IN THE GARDENS The Gardens at Homestead is where you can get some quality R&R by the waterfall, take stroll in the arboretum or around the pond.

EXPLORE OUR STORE 866.674.4902 • Monday-Saturday 8:30-5:00 8233 State Route 241 Mount Hope, OH 44660 HomesteadFurnitureOnline.com

We’ve got hardwoods, upholstery, mattresses and accessories to coincide with any style of decor. Encompassed in a 27,000 square-foot showroom displaying thousands of standard furniture pieces, just a sample of what we offer!

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Food Stores Ashery Country Store

Dutch Valley Market

8922 SR 241, Fredericksburg, 44627 330-359-5615 asherycountrystore.com contact@asherycountrystore.com Jan-Feb: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm, Sat 8am-5pm Mar-Dec: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

1411 Old Rt 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-2631 dutchvalleymarket.com info@dhgroup.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-8pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

A quaint bulk food store in the middle of Amish Country. Come try lots of free samples, get some meat and cheese at our deli or try a cone of Cecil’s Frozen Custard. Sit on our porch and reminisce on simpler times as you watch Amish Country clip clop by. See ad, page 23.

Beside Ohio Star Theater on the Dutch Valley campus east of Sugarcreek. Stock up on fresh and frozen meat, Certified Angus Beef ®, Gerber’s Chicken®, deli meats and cheeses, bulk foods, and specialty food items. Open until 8pm April through December. Seven miles west of I-77.

Coblentz Chocolate Company

Guggisberg Cheese

4917 Walnut St., Walnut Creek, 44687 330-893-2995 coblentzchocolates.com info@coblentzchocolates.com July-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm Nov-June: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

There’s something for everyone at Coblentz Chocolates. Buckeyes, creamfills, truffles & snappers— whatever type of chocolate you prefer, you’re sure to find it and more. We have been artfully creating gourmet chocolates for more than 30 years. We invite you to watch from our special viewing gallery as we hand dip chocolate.

5060 SR 557, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-2500 babyswiss.com info@babyswiss.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm Apr-Dec: Sun 11am-4pm, Mon-Sat 8am-6pm

Visit our Doughty Valley store to watch the World-famous Original Baby Swiss being made and sample over 60 varieties of delicious cheese. Enjoy a truly unique experience while shopping our awardwinning favorites along with local goods, imported cuckoo clocks, steins, chocolates, authentic souvenirs, fun gifts for kids, and more! See ad, page 19.

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Miller’s Bakery & Countryside Campers Paradise 4280 Twp Rd 356, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3002 Mon-Sat 7am-5pm

Holmes County’s oldest bakery— since 1967. Your favorite pastries made from scratch. Donuts, cream sticks, twists, fritters, breads, pies, cookies, tarts, noodles, fry pies, and much more. Place your order a day ahead. Also pickles, jellys, and locally made crafts in the back room.

Moreland Fruit Farm 1558 W Moreland Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-264-8735 morelandfruitfarm.com June-Aug: Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 8am-4pm Sept-Oct: Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-4pm Nov-May: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-4pm

Our Farm Market is located in the rolling hills of southern Wayne County on the edge of Amish Country. We invite you to relax as you pick your own fruit and visit our Farm Market, which features our fruits, vegetables, jams, spring flowers, mums, fresh cider in season, gift certificates.


Food Stores Rodhe’s IGA Marketplace

Walnut Creek Cheese

Winesburg Meats

2105 Glen Dr., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-7075 rodhesiga.com info@rodhesiga.com Sun 9am-6pm, Mon-Sat 7am-9pm

2641 SR 39, Walnut Creek, 44687 330-852-2888 walnutcreekcheese.com customerservice@walnutcreekcheese.com Mon 8am-8pm, Tue-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 7:30am-6pm

2181 US Rt 62, Winesburg, 44690 330-359-5092 Mon-Tue, Thu-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-3pm

Family-owned supermarket since 1934. Fresh, quality foods with friendly service! Featuring our Homestyle Deli with breakfast, lunch, dinner selections and seating availability. Floral shop and Ritzman Pharmacy located inside.

Visit our 55,000 -sq. -ft. fresh food market featuring meats & cheese, scratch bakery, cannery, kitchenwares, gift shop, and seasonal décor! Be sure to grab lunch and dessert upstairs at Mudd Valley Cafe and Creamery featuring meat & cheese sandwiches, haystacks, fresh burgers, and homemade custard. See ad, page 25.

Troyer A Country Market

One of Holmes County’s best kept secrets. Family owned since 1959. We smoke our own line of award-winning meats. Fresh meats and cheese also available. Remember to bring your cooler!

5201 CR 77, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3786 troyerscountrymarket.com Mon-Thu, Sat 8am-6pm, Fri 8am-7pm

The best of Amish Country foods all under one roof, including award-winning meats, cheeses, Amish Wedding jar goods, bulk foods, and fresh produce from local farmers. See ad, below.

Troyer’s Genuine Trail Bologna 6552 SR 515, Dundee, 44624 330-893-2414 troyerstrail.com kentroyer@troyerstrail.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 7am-3:30pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Fri 7am-5pm, Sat 7am-4pm

Home of “Genuine Trail Bologna” quality since 1912. Old-fashioned general store featuring meats, cheese, jams, jellies, noodles, etc.

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“No Sunday Sales” When you visit Amish Country, you’re engaging an authentic culture with deeply held beliefs. Visitors are sometimes frustrated when that affects their experience in our region on Sundays, when no-Sunday-sales signs abound. Amish folks are known for their work ethic. Whether they’re farmers, wood workers, housewives or shop owners, they work hard to support their families, keep their homes and shops neat and tidy, and follow the will of God. For six days of the week, Amish and Mennonite families follow the biblical teachings that say, “The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat,” (2 Thessalonians 3:10). The scriptures also command “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might,” (Ecclesiastes 9:10). That’s why there’s a feeling of true obligation and responsibility to do a good job, provide high-quality products and work to the best of your ability. However, in Exodus, Chapter 20, the Bible also says, “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor, and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the Lord your God.” And they take that just as seriously. Therefore, Amish-owned and many Mennonite-owned businesses are closed on Sundays and other holy days. You can expect these businesses also to recognize Old Christmas on Jan. 6; Good Friday; Ascension Day, which is the 40th day of Easter; Thanksgiving; Christmas and New Year’s Day. If you drive through Amish Country on Sunday, you’ll see large gatherings of black buggies at Amish homes. Since church is held in the home, members take turns as the host. With approximately 30 families in a church district, Old Order Amish church is held every other Sunday. The in-between Sunday is reserved for visiting other churches, family time and rest. Mennonite churches also dot the countryside. They hold church every week and welcome visitors. Please feel free to worship with them while you’re here.

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There’re still lots of fun things to do in our region on Sundays, often without the crowds of Fridays and Saturdays. ● Many of the antique stores and galleries in Historic Downtown Millersburg are open on Sunday. Browse these shops for housewares, tools, cabinetry, garden finds, jewelry and much more. ● The Victorian House Museum, a 28-room Victorian mansion in Millersburg, is a great Sunday afternoon destination. Featured on HGTV and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Victorian House also houses the largest public display of Millersburg Glass. ● Explore the Holmes County Rails to Trails, a one-of-a-kind paved trail that winds through gorgeous scenery and provides passage for Amish buggies, equestrians, bicyclists, hikers, walkers and more. ● Local golf courses Fire Ridge or Willandale provide an excellent Sunday diversion. ● Ride horses at the Amish Country Ridging Stables in Charm. Experienced guides lead you through breathtaking countryside. ● Get your adrenaline pumping in Mohican Country, just to our west. They offer canoeing, kayaking, tubing, zip lining and other outdoor recreation. Don’t miss beautiful Mohican State Park for hiking, picnicking and horseback riding. ● Fuel your Sunday excursion with tasty fare from Bags Sports Pub, Chalet in the Valley, Guggisberg Cheese, Fox’s Pizza Den, Pine Tree Barn, Route 83 Restaurant, Rodhe’s IGA Marketplace, or Tarragon at the Inn at Honey Run. ● Finally, go for an old-fashioned Sunday drive. Nearly every mile of state and federal highway in Holmes County is designated as a National Scenic Byway. That means you can expect spectacular vistas and views of our rolling countryside, no matter what route you take.


Home-Grown Home Cooking Amish families grow much of their own food in large gardens, which are as beautiful as they are practical. So, we’re in tune with the seasons, relishing short-lived delights like fresh asparagus, dandelion gravy, strawberries, peaches, corn-on-the-cob, sunripened tomatoes, apple cider and so much more. If you’re lucky enough to visit when one of our local favorites is in season, take the time to visit roadside produce stands. Seeking fresh produce directly from the farms where it’s grown is an adventure in itself, with a mouthwatering reward. For more centralized offerings, visit places like the Moreland Fruit Farm, Hershbergers Farm & Bakery, Troyer’s Country Market, Walnut Creek Cheese or Rodhe’s IGA Marketplace, all of which carry local, in-season produce. Another group of immigrants settled amongst the Amish and Mennonites who made their homes in our rolling hills. Swiss cheesemakers followed the Anabaptists to Holmes County, where they were sure to find a reliable, high-quality supply of milk to support their hand-crafted, artisan cheese making. With names like Dauwalder, Guggisberg and Ramseyer, these Swiss cheesemakers today craft more than 80 kinds of cheese, winning state and national awards. If you pair these cheeses with locally crafted meats like Troyer’s Genuine Trail Bologna or summer sausage from Winesburg Meats, you’re beginning to eat like a local. Don’t miss the specialties served up in our restaurants. Broasted chicken, mashed potatoes, Amish noodles, homemade dressing (called stuffing in other parts of the country), and fresh-baked pies are worth the trip. To eat like a native, heap your noodles on top of your mashed potatoes, with a side of homemade applesauce.

In May, dandelion gravy is on the menu. This tangy, salty gravy made from fresh dandelion greens includes bacon and hard-boiled eggs. Locals debate whether to eat it over mashed, fried or boiled potatoes. It’s an old-fashioned, regional favorite. Across Amish Country, you’ll find authentic bakeries galore. In the fall, grape pies abound. Whether baked or cream-based, these fruity pastries explode with autumn flavor. Any time of year, you can indulge in another local treat: fry pies. Hand-size, half-moons, these pastries come in every fruit flavor under the sun: raspberry, apple, peach, elderberry, blueberry, lemon, blackberry and on it goes. Look for the extra indulgence of flavors that come with cream cheese in the filling. Cream sticks, cream pies, fruit pies, cinnamon rolls, pumpkin rolls, cookies, doughnuts, crumb cakes, cupcakes, whoopie pies, date pudding, homemade bread, dinner rolls and other baked delectables are worth the trip. For chocolatey goodness, visit Holmes County’s premier chocolatier Coblentz Chocolates. Salted caramels, dark chocolate almond bark, buckeyes, truffles, creamfills, and innumerable other delicacies are produced onsite. Be sure to visit the viewing gallery to watch artisans craft these mouthwatering treats. Our culture takes food seriously. It nourishes hard workers, gathers families together, anchors church carry-ins, sustains Amish church goers, celebrates weddings, observes holidays, and rewards success. Celebrate your own family’s milestones around the table in Amish Country.

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Dining Amish Door Restaurant & Village

Berlin Farmstead Restaurant

1210 Winesburg St., Wilmot, 44689 330-359-5464 amishdoor.com thevillage@amishdoor.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

4757 Twp Rd 366, Berlin, 44610 330-893-4600 berlinfarmstead.com info@dhgroup.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

Visit Amish Country away from the hustle and bustle! Discover the Amish Door difference with our restaurant, bakery, shops, banquet center, and inn. Try our famous Broasted Chicken, stay for a show and get away from it all. STAY. DINE. SHOP. RELAX.

Shop-till-you-drop, then enjoy our delicious Amish Kitchen Cooking. A two-minute drive from Main Street. Take Market Street one block north of the square, turn right onto TR 366 (North Street). On the left with plenty of parking. Next to Berlin Grande Hotel and across the street from Comfort Inn & Suites.

Bags Sports Pub

Boyd and Wurthmann Restaurant

88 E Jackson St., Suite A., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-0279 bagspub.com bagssportspub@gmail.com Sun-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

Located in Historic Downtown Millersburg, Bags creates a friendly, neighborhood pub atmosphere. Featuring daily lunch and dinner specials, homemade burgers, savory chops, ribs and steaks. Wine list and full bar.

Chalet in the Valley 5060 SR 557, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-2550 chaletinthevalley.com info@babyswiss.com Mar-Oct: Sun 11am-3pm, Tue-Sat 11am-8pm Nov-Dec: Sun 11am-3pm, Tue-Thu 11am-7pm, Fri-Sat 11am-8pm Dec 17-Mid Mar: Closed

Overlook beautiful Doughty Valley and watch mountain goats play while enjoying authentic Swiss and Austrian cuisine. There is something for everyone, including European favorites like Cheese Fondue and Schnitzel, along with delicious sandwiches, pasta, fresh salads, burgers, homemade desserts, and many other American Classics. Enjoy our hot lunch buffet every Sunday! See ad, page 19.

4819 E Main St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-4000 boydandwurthmann.com boydandwurthmann@yahoo.com

Der Dutchman Restaurant & Bakery

“Where the locals eat.” Since 1938, serving all your favorite Amish-style meals in a down-home atmosphere. Offering daily specials and a variety of homemade pies. Home of 75-cent coffee. ATM available.

4967 Walnut St., Walnut Creek, 44687 330-893-2981 derdutchman.com info@dhgroup.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

Since 1969 we’ve been serving delicious Amish Kitchen Cooking comfort food to locals and travelers alike. Please join us and relax around our tables. Share laughter, family, and friendship over some really great food. A trip to Ohio’s Amish Country will not be complete without a stop at Der Dutchman. See ad, page 27.

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Dining Dutch Valley Restaurant & Bakery 1343 Old Rt 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-4627 dutch-valley.com info@dhgroup.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen

Route 83 Restaurant

8101 SR 241, Mt Hope, 44660 330-674-0922 mrsyoderskitchen.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

7501 SR 83, Holmesville, 44633 330-279-3663 route83restaurant.com customerservice@route83restaurant.com Sun-Sat 8am-7pm

Delicious home-style meals and desserts. Featuring wedding steak, datenut pudding. Country breakfast buffet Wed. and Sat. mornings. Also, dinner buffet available every Sat. all day. Daily lunch buffet MayNovember.

Hot buffet, Monday through Saturday 7am to 8pm. Closed Sunday. Gather round our tables for Amish Kitchen Cooking and fellowship. Our bakery offers freshly made pies, cakes, cookies, muffins, rolls and pastries, cheeses, meats, noodles, candies, jams and jellies. Shop the Dutch Valley Gifts aisle between the restaurant and bakery.

Pine Tree Barn 4374 Shreve Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-264-1014 pinetreebarn.com info@pinetreebarn.com Sun 10am-5pm, Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Lunch served daily 11am-2:30pm

Fox’s Pizza Den 42 N Grant St, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-1369 foxpizza.com eat@foxpizza.com Sun 12pm-9pm, Tue-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

See Attractions, Shops & Artisans.

Rebecca’s Bistro

When taste matters we deliver pizza, stromboli, salads, subs, pasta, appetizers and beverages; probably to where you are staying or take-out, dine-in. Seven pizza sizes fit any appetite. Also 24 flavors of hand-dipped Ashby’s Sterling ice cream. Call or order online at our website. Visit us on Facebook & YELP.

4986 Walnut St., Walnut Creek, 44687 330-893-2668 rebeccasbistro.com Mon-Sat 8am-3pm

A full menu of chef-inspired recipes is offered with something for everyone. We are conveniently located in the country by the Holmes County Trail. Breakfast is served all day. Ask about our daily specials, homemade soups, fresh pies and desserts.

Tarragon 6920 CR 203, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-0011 innathoneyrun.com info@innathoneyrun.com Sun-Sat 8am-9pm

Perfect for a romantic meal for two, anniversary dinner, birthday lunch, or just a special night out, Tarragon at The Inn at Honey Run features award-winning contemporary American cuisine prepared by an expert culinary team using the freshest local and seasonal ingredients to support and showcase fine local producers.

Since opening in October of 2002, Rebecca’s has been artfully creating fresh, local meals. Please stop by on your next visit to Amish Country.

Experience

Amish Kitchen Cooking Der Dutchman Dutch Valley Berlin Farmstead Der Dutchman Walnut Creek • Dutch Valley Sugarcreek • Berlin Farmestead Berlin

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Hotels & Inns Amish Country Lodging

Berlin Grande Hotel

Berlin Village Inn

4895 W Main St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-1300

4787 Twp Rd 366, Berlin, 44610 877-446-4564 berlingrandehotel.com

5135 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-2861 berlinvillageinn.com info@berlinvillageinn.com

Log cabins, suites, cottages, and treehouses! Jacuzzis, fireplaces, billiards, hot tubs, onsite spa. Perfect for couples and families. Great locations in Berlin. A place to return to year after year. Open year-round. No smoking. See ad, page 29.

Berlin Encore Hotel & Suites 4365 SR 39, Berlin, 44610 888-988-2414 berlinencorehotel.com info@berlinencorehotel.com

Brand New! Featuring an inspiring 20-foothigh atrium-style lobby with rustic decor, exposed beams, soft seating, fireplaces, and room to relax with live music in the lobby. The hotel stands seven stories high with unmistakable curb appeal and a gorgeous, countryside view. Guestrooms range from affordable standard guestrooms, to Jacuzzi suites, to 2-bedroom kitchen suites for larger families.

Located steps away from downtown Berlin, the Berlin Grande Hotel features 102 wellappointed guest rooms, with 2 elevators & 2 meeting rooms. Indulge in a luxurious upscale hotel offering a complimentary hot breakfast, indoor heated saltwater pool, free Wi-Fi, and much more. See ad, page 29.

This quaint 22-room inn is locally owned and is located in the heart of Amish Country. Our rooms are exceptionally clean and affordable. Enjoy free Wi-Fi, free continental breakfast, and early check-in. See ad, page 29.

Berlin Resort

Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek

5330 CR 201, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3000 berlinresort.net innkeeper@berlinresort.net

1357 Old Rt 39, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-2586 or 855-411-2275 carlisleinns.com info@dhgroup.com

At Berlin Resort, our goal is to provide you with a quiet, peaceful and pleasurable experience. The hotel offers many amenities including an indoor salt-water pool, whirlpool, sauna, 24-hour fitness facility, movie theater, pitch and putt greens, scenic ponds, walking path, children’s village and patios with fire pits.

Seven miles from Exit 83 off I-77 in Dover. A destination like no other. Park your car, check into the inn and walk to Dutch Valley Restaurant, Ohio Star Theater, Dutch Valley Market, and Dutch Valley Gifts. Do it all on the Dutch Valley campus east of Sugarcreek. Peaceful comfort. See ad, page 30.

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Hotels & Inns Carlisle Inn Walnut Creek 4949 Walnut St., Walnut Creek, 44687 330-893-3636 or 855-400-2275 carlisleinns.com info@dhgroup.com

In the village of Walnut Creek, with a million-dollar view of Goosebottom Valley. Our guests will tell you: -“I want to move in and live there!” -“I love everything about it!” -“Love the staff. They are so kind and attentive.” “It’s quiet, comfortable, convenient, spacious, relaxing, friendly and clean.”

Comfort Inn Dover 2024 SR 39 NW, Dover, 44622 330-364-8881 choicehotels.com/oh443 gm.oh443@choicehotels.com

Newly renovated in 2014. Located minutes from Amish Country’s attractions. Indoor pool and hot tub. Free hot breakfast, wireless internet, award-winning service and hospitality.

Urban Style. Warm Welcome.

Comfort Inn Millersburg 1102 Glen Dr., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-7400 choicehotels.com/oh027 comfortinnmillersburg@gmail.com

Choice Hotel Award Winning Hotel, 100% nonsmoking hotel, free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, indoor heated salt pool, exercise room, 3 floors/elevator and rooms have microwaves/fridges, locally owned and operated. See ad, page 31.

Complimentary Hot Breakfast • Indoor Heated Saltwater Pool

Comfort Suites Hotel and Conference Center

4787 Township Rd. 366 • 877-446-4564 • www.BerlinGrandeHotel.com

4810 Twp Rd 366, North St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-7400 choicehotels.com/oh243 comfortsuitesberlin@gmail.com

Comfort Suites Platinum Winner/ Top of the Brand hotel. Newly expanded in 2017, 117-room all-suites hotel with 3,200 sq. ft. of conference space. 100% nonsmoking hotel, free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, indoor heated pool. Numerous indoor outdoor seating areas. Located in downtown Berlin Village. Locally owned and operated. See ad, page 31.

A 22-Room Inn in the heart of

Amish Country Free Continental BreakFast Free Wi-Fi

330.893.2861 | www.BerlinVillageInn.com 5135 State Route 39, Berlin, OH 44610 | On the west edge of Berlin, OH

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Hotels & Inns Country Inn & Suites by Carlson 1120 Gateway Place, Dover, 44622 330-365-9388 countryinns.com/doveroh sarahc@troyercorp.com

Conveniently located at the gateway to Amish Country. You will feel at home with great services, including fresh cookies, free hot breakfast buffet, wireless internet, and an indoor swimming pool and hot tub.

Dutch Host Inn 1021 Dover Rd., Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-2468 dutchhostinn.com frontdesk@dutchhostinn.com Mon-Sat 7am-11pm

“Where People Come as Guests and Leave as Friends!” This quaint and quiet 33-Guestroom Inn, owned by a Mennonite family, is known for its clean and comfortable rooms, with free Wi-Fi, microwaves and refrigerators. Also Jacuzzi/ Fireplace rooms. Plan your stay at one of the prettiest and cleanest places in Amish Country.

Econo Lodge 2137 E Lincolnway, Wooster, 44691 330-264-8883 choicehotels.com

Econo Lodge Wooster offers 89 spacious rooms close to Amish Country in Wooster. Complimentary breakfast, USA Today, pet friendly (small fee), ground-floor rooms, indoor pool. Truck, bus parking. Lounge karaoke Fri-Sat. Restaurant onsite.

Guggisburg Swiss Inn

Hampton Inn Wooster

5025 SR 557, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3600 guggisburgswissinn.com

4253 Burbank Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-345-4424 wooster.hamptoninn.com woooh_hampton@hilton.com

Truly a hidden treasure in Amish Country. We offer 24 rooms in a peaceful location with a hot breakfast and evening snack included with the room. A perfect venue for weddings, reunions or just a quiet getaway. Horseback riding and winery now on premises.

Hampton Inn New Philadelphia 1299 High Ave., New Philadelphia, 44663 330-339-7000 newphiladelphia.hamptoninn.com nphoh_hampton@hilton.com

Ranked #1 on Trip Advisors for hotels in New Philadelphia! Ideally located at I-77 exit 81, just minutes from Amish Country as well as numerous restaurants and shopping within walking distance! Free On the House™ Hot Breakfast daily, indoor heated pool, fitness room and 24-hour suite shop. Hampton 100% Happiness Guarantee.

Hampton Inn Newcomerstown 200 Morris Crossing, Newcomerstown, 43832 740-498-9800 newcomerstown@hamptoninn.com nwcoh_hampton@hilton.com

Enjoy AWARD WINNING accommodations & service at an affordable price. The beautiful Hampton Inn Newcomerstown is a short drive from some of the best Wineries, Amish Farms, Stores, and Restaurants that Ohio has to offer. Free On the House™ Hot Breakfast, indoor pool, hot tub, Wi-Fi and the Hampton’s 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Trip Advisor Circle of Excellence Winner 5 years running with all guestrooms newly renovated in 2017! Ideally located with numerous restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options within walking distance. Free On the House™ Hot Breakfast daily, indoor heated pool, fitness room and continuous complimentary beverage service offered. Hampton 100% Happiness Guarantee.

Hilton Garden Inn Wooster 959 Dover Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-202-7701 wooster.stayhgi.com cakwo_salesadm@hilton.com

Beautiful short drive from the south side of Wooster to the heart of Amish Country! Enjoy our well-appointed guestrooms with free Wi-Fi, along with our on-site restaurant, indoor pool, whirlpool and fitness center with the latest equipment. Relax by our newly added outside fire pit! Hilton Garden Inn Satisfaction Promise!

Inn at Amish Door 1210B Winesburg St., Wilmot, 44689 330-359-5464 amishdoor.com thevillage@amishdoor.com

For much needed rest in scenic, tranquil Amish Country, look no further than The Inn at Amish Door. Featuring a beautiful country setting with 52 finely appointed guestrooms, indoor pool, hot tub, deluxe continental breakfast, conference room, and much more!

Experience

Comfort & Joy

WA L N U T C R E E K SUGARCREEK BERLIN

Carlisle Inn Walnut Creek • Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek • Carlisle Country Inn Berlin

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Hotels & Inns Inn at Honey Run

Ramada Limited

Rodeway Inn

6920 CR 203, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-0011 innathoneyrun.com info@innathoneyrun.com

509 S Wooster Ave, Strasburg, 44680 330-878-1400 strasburgramadalimited.com ramadaltd@tusco.net

2055 E Lincolnway, Wooster, 44691 330-262-5008 choicehotels.com/hotels/oh376 gm.oh376@choicehotels.com

The Inn at Honey Run, a boutique adult-only resort, represents a truly private experience set within 56 acres of breathtaking landscape and complete tranquility. The intimate and peaceful atmosphere creates an environment of total relaxation and provides the ideal retreat from the stresses of everyday life.

Conveniently located off I-77, Exit 87 on SR 250 and 21. Just minutes from Amish Country attractions and restaurants. We offer free hot continental breakfast, indoor pool, hot tub, free Wi-Fi, fitness room, and meeting room. Enjoy evenings in our Broken Niblick Pub. Golf and seasonal packages available.

Choice Award Winning hotel near historic downtown Wooster. Amenities include hot breakfast, indoor pool, spa. Rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators. Area attractions include Everything Rubbermaid, Lehman’s, Smucker’s, and Pine Tree Barn.

Oak Ridge Inn 4845 Milo Dr Twp Rd 403 Walnut Creek, 44687 330-893-3811 or 800-723-6300 oakridgeinn-walnutcreek.com oakridgeinn@gmail.com Sun-Sat 7am-10pm

The most awesome view you will ever experience along with a very peaceful setting. The best rooms you will find in Holmes County with two-person Jacuzzis, fireplaces, and patios. See ad, page 32.

Behind every great day is a great night. 59 rooms with micr/fridge Complimentary Hot Breakfast

Indoor Heated Pool/Whirlpool

Rested. Set. Go.

The Oaks Inn 4752 SR 62, Berlin, 44610 330-893-3061 or 800-246-2504 oaksinnberlin.com theoaksinnberlin@gmail.com

Comfort and serenity describe the rooms/ suites that greet you! Families or groups love to rent the whole inn at great rates! Stroll to town or visit our shops around the corner and enjoy discounts by being a guest. A/C and wireless. No smoking or pets.

Comfort Inn Millersburg 1102 Glen Drive Millersburg, OH 44654 330.674.7400 Local www.choicehotels.com/oh027

Behind every great day is a great night. Downtown Berlin Hotel Complimentary Hot Breakfast

117 Guest Suites Event Space

Rested. Set. Go. Comfort Suites Berlin Hotel 4810 North Street Berlin, OH 44610 330.893.7400 Local www.choicehotels.com/oh243

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Hotels & Inns Schoenbrunn Inn and Conference Center 1186 W High Ave, New Philadelphia,44663 330-339-4334 theschoenbrunninn.com info@theschoenbrunninn.com

The Schoenbrunn Inn is a quaint hotel with urban style! Conveniently located in the rolling hills of Tuscarawas County, the Schoenbrunn Inn offers modern amenities with an at-home feel. Located only 15 minutes from the heart of Amish Country. Specializing in weddings, celebrations and much more!

Oak Ridge Inn at Walnut Creek

•Jacuzzi & fireplace suites available • Hot breakfast casserole • Each room has a private patio

Call us today for reservations!

Wallhouse Hotel

800-723-6300

2870 Love Ln., Walnut Creek, 44687 330-852-6105 wallhousehotels.com reservations@wallhousehotels.com

Nestled in the picturesque backdrop of Walnut Creek, Ohio, The Wallhouse Hotel is an upscale, modern-style hotel with a crisp, refreshing decor. Complimentary hot breakfast. Wi-Fi, indoor pool, and fitness room. See ad, on left.

Zinck’s Family of Inns

Voted#20 of 55,178 U S Hotels

Now a part of Choice Hotels

4703 SR 39, Berlin, 44610 330-893-6600 zincksinn.com innkeeper@zincksinn.com

Three Berlin locations, all featuring free hot breakfast, 100% nonsmoking facilities, free Wi-Fi, evening snacks, individual frequent stay program and 2,000-sq.-ft. meeting room. One location has specifically designated pet friendly rooms. See ad, on left.

2870 Cove Lane Walnut Creek, OH 44687 | wallhousehotels.com | 800.824.2013

77 Inn & Grill 889 Commercial Parkway, Dover, 44622 330-364-7724 77innandgrill.com doverreservations@gmail.com

Enjoy all that Tuscarawas and Holmes County has to offer while staying at 77 Inn & Grill. Located right outside the world’s largest Amish Settlement and minutes to many attractions. End your day at 77 Bar and Grill. Relax, eat and grab a drink just steps from your room. All rooms include refrigerators, microwaves and High-Speed Wi-Fi along with other conveniences. Pet friendly.

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Nightlife Amish Country provides peace and quiet, a welcome respite from the frantic pace of daily life. We encourage visitors to unwind, unplug and take a deep breath. Enjoy the scenery. Reconnect with family and friends. Our version of nightlife differs from cities and suburbs. Our night lights include fireflies dancing across undulating fields of alfalfa. The soundtrack to an evening in the country features the clip clop of horses and the rattling of tack, the soft lowing of cattle settled in for the night, and the symphony of peepers chirping from the edges of rippling creeks. But that’s not all we offer. Once you’ve drunk your fill of our tranquil evenings, you might feel the need for deep belly laughs, or inspiring music, or captivating storylines. Thankfully, you’re in luck. With two of Ohio’s premier theaters within miles of each other, you can take your pick of inspiring entertainment. The Amish Country Theater has relocated into a newly constructed, state-of-the-art 600-seat theater on the eastern side of Berlin. Their variety shows feature comedy that’s guaranteed to entertain the whole family. The interactive performances include live music, hilarious actors, magicians, clean family comedians, homemade concessions, souvenirs, and a great atmosphere. The American Bus Association ranked them as a Top-100 Event

in America. When you laugh until tears roll down your cheeks, you’ll understand why. Just down the road, on the eastern side of Sugarcreek in Dutch Valley, the newly constructed, 500-seat, high-tech Ohio Star Theater provides a host of entertainment. Currently playing live musicals, concerts and comedians, the Ohio Star Theater is the place to let your heart sing and your spirit soar. From unforgettable characters to non-stop laughter, experience professionally produced musical and comedy entertainment. Spend a fun-filled, family-friendly day or evening enjoying a memorable performance at the Ohio Star Theater. While you’re in Amish Country, be sure to check out our calendar of events. Festivals such as Harvest Fest in Berlin or the Holmes County Antique Festival in Millersburg offer evening entertainment after fun, activity-filled days. During the summer, Berlin also provides Music on the Square every Friday and Saturday evening, weather permitting. And the Hotel Millersburg features a variety of musical groups on the weekends in their outdoor courtyard. Swissters in Sugarcreek also presents musical performances. Whether you spend your evenings appreciating the peace and quiet of the countryside, or enjoying invigorating entertainment, you’ll find it here in Ohio Amish Country.

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Bed & Breakfasts Acorn Cottages at White Oak Inn 29683 Walhonding Rd., Danville, 43014 740-599-6107 whiteoakinn.com info@whiteoakinn.com

Secluded country inn close to wineries, canoeing, zip-line and shopping. Ten rooms and two log cabin cottages. Some rooms with fireplaces and whirlpool tubs. Two petfriendly rooms. Complimentary full country breakfast daily. Dinners, dinner baskets and other dining options available. We also offer elopement and wedding packages and girlfriend getaways.

The Barn Inn

Charm Countryview Inn

6838 CR 203, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-7600 thebarninn.com reservations@thebarninn.com

3334 SR 557, Charm, 44617 330-893-3003 charmcountryviewinn.com

This beautifully restored historic Barn Inn is located amidst the tranquil hills of Amish Country. The Barn will captivate you with exquisite guestrooms, a full delicious breakfast, as well as modern conveniences. Private bathrooms. Jetted tubs. Cable TV. Wi-Fi. Balcony off room. Local wines. Ideal couples’ getaway. See ad, page 35.

Carlisle Country Inn Berlin Amish Blessings Cabins 5178 Twp Rd 359, Berlin, 44610 330-204-2880 amishblessings.com amishblessings11@gmail.com Sun-Sat 10am-10pm

Amish Blessings Cabins offers a relaxing atmosphere located in Berlin. It is close enough to walk to all the shops and still feels like being in the country. Enjoy the peaceful lifestyle of the Amish in one of our 2 cabins that can sleep up to 8 people with kitchen, Jacuzzi, and living room with a fireplace.

5676 Twp Rd 362, Berlin, 44610 330-893-1122 or 855-400-2275 carlisleinns.com info@dhgroup.com

A cozy, B&B-style inn. Six guest rooms, one suite, private baths. Porches with countryside views to help you rest, relax and rejuvenate. Breakfast included. All the comforts of home yet far from your routine. On a quiet street within walking distance of Berlin’s shopping district. 5676 Twp Rd 362.

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Welcome to a beautiful hillside bed and breakfast that is both a treat and a retreat. The 15 rooms are individually decorated with oak furniture, handmade quilts, and all have private baths. Full country breakfast, spacious front porch with spectacular view.

College House Bed & Breakfast 134 College Ave, Ashland, 44805 419-289-2093 collegehousebb.com innkeeper@collegehousebb.com

Comfortable, modern four-room B&B two miles from I-71. Delicious homemade breakfast, king and queen beds, jetted tubs, private bathrooms, A/C, Wi-Fi, hi-def TVs, children welcome. Book online and save!


Bed & Breakfasts Fields of Home Lodge & Cabins

Jake n’ Ivy’s Bed & Breakfast

7278 CR 201, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-7152 fieldsofhome.com mail@fieldsofhome.com

5409 Twp Rd 356, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3215 jakenivyslodging.com jakenivy@gmail.com

Luxury rooms and cabins for couples or groups in a quiet country setting with kitchens, Jacuzzi tubs and fire places. Beautiful views from rockers and swings on porches. Bring poles for fishing in the pond or just relax by the flower gardens and let the song birds thrill your soul. Reasonable rates. A/C, Wi-Fi, DVD. See ad, page 39.

An “in town, out of town” getaway on the west edge of Berlin. Four rooms with private entrances and baths. Free Wi-Fi and AC. Continental breakfast is served from 6:30-10am; come at your leisure. A place where people come as strangers and leave as friends. Reasonable Rates. �The Yoders

Lighthouse Inn

Garden Gate Getaway

3315 US 62, Millersburg, 44654 330-231-6122 lighthouseinnbandb.com

6041 TR 310, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-7608 garden-gate.com info@garden-gate.com

Located in Amish Heartland moments from attractions. Peaceful gardens with gazebo, romantic cottages, individually decorated rooms, bountiful breakfast, welcome basket, cozy campfire. Peace and tranquility await you at Garden Gate.

The Wengerds invite you to stay and surround yourself with the scenery of woodland, and Amish farms as you overlook the valley from our gazebo. Our 3 rooms are furnished with a queen bed, private bath, microwave and fridge. Complimentary coffee and tea. Perfectly suited for families or small groups. Call for more info.

Garver House Bed & Breakfast

A Little Slice of Heaven Cabins

410 N Wooster Ave, Strasburg, 44680 330-878-4113 garverhousebnb.com stay@garverhousebnb.com

8828 Golf Course Rd., Sugarcreek, 44681 330-620-5551 sliceofheavencabin.com bspeas@neo.rr.com Sun-Sat 7am-10pm

Historic home. Four rooms, private baths, soaking tub, fireplaces, A/C, HDTV, DVD, evening dessert, beverages. Full, hot gourmet breakfast. Less than ten minutes from Amish Country and historic sites.

Mattie’s Tourist Rooms 1930 US 62 NE, Winesburg, 44690 330-359-5226

Stay in a Mennonite home in the heart of Amish Country. Clean rooms, one suite. All have private baths. No smoking. Reasonable rates.

Pine Loft & Maple Lane Farmhouse 10236 Twp Rd 262, Millersburg, 44654 330-763-1021 bbonline.com/united-states/ohio/ millersburg/pineloft.html pinemaple@centurylink.net

Both accommodations rest on a 100-acre farm with walking paths, cattle, hilltop view, beautiful sunsets. Pine Loft: private suite above garage with private outside entrance, bath, kitchenette, two queen beds, continental breakfast. Farmhouse: fully furnished home away from home; sleeps 8-10. See us on Facebook and Airbnb.

Sojourner’s Lodge & Log Cabin Suites 2156 Durstine Rd., Dundee, 44624 330-359-5320 sojournerslodgeohio.com sojournerslodge@yahoo.com

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Hilltop Manor Guest House 121 S Alexander St., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-4109 hilltopmanorguesthouse.com hilltopguesthouse121@gmail.com

The Hilltop Manor Guest House is a 1875 Victorian Farmhouse featuring four luxurious suites each accompanied by an en suite bath, game room, parlor, living room, formal dining room, lovely gardens and outdoor entertainment including a fire pit and pavilion. Whatever the occasion, share it with us and make Hilltop Manor Guest House your new home away from home!

Award-Winning Amish Country Accomodations Fresh Home-Made Breakfast Served Daily

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Cabins & Cottages Acorn Cottages at White Oak Inn 29683 Walhonding Rd., Danville, 43014 740-599-6107 whiteoakinn.com info@whiteoakinn.com

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Amish Blessings Cabins

Cricket Hill Cabins

Deer Trace Cabins

6411 Private Rd 389, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-1892 crickethillcabins.com info@crickethillcabins.com

2303 Private Rd 5800, Dundee, 44624 330-275-3703

Three private, secluded log cabins nestled in the woods. Amenities include a kitchen, fireplace, gas grill, porch, outdoor fire ring, Jacuzzi and an outdoor hot tub overlooking a wooded ravine and a pond to fish. A/C, heat, no pets. Open year-round.

Secluded 3 bedroom 1 bath rustic cabin completely OFF the grid. Solar powered & wind turbines with liquid propane or wood heat & liquid propane or wood cook stove, kitchen Big Green, 1 king bed, 2 queens, DVD and fireplace. Between Trail & Winesburg.

5178 Twp Rd 359, Berlin, 44610 330-204-2880 amishblessings.com amishblessings11@gmail.com Sun-Sat 10am-10pm

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Berlin View Lodging 4166 CR 168, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3072

Newer vacation home, 1.5 miles from Berlin. 4 bedroom 2 baths, sleeps eight. Fully equipped kitchen, linens provided. AC, washer & dryer, patio with fire pit & grill. Beautiful countryside view.

Meticulously maintained Cabins, Cottages and Suites designed to pamper. Offering in-room massages, small weddings, country breakfasts and more. Walk-ins welcome! Call or go online now and start planning your next romantic getaway. 5523 East Street Berlin, OH 44610 | 330-893-3068 | www.DonnasOfBerlin.com

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Cabins & Cottages Donna’s Premier Lodging

Hillside Hideaways

5523 East St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-3068 donnasofberlin.com info@donnasb-b.com Sun, Sat 8am-4pm, Mon-Fri 8am-8pm

6652 Twp Rd 310, Millersburg, 44654 330-763-4608 hillsidehideaways.net 2hillsidehideaways@gmail.com

A Romantic Getaway lodging destination for Honeymoons, Anniversaries or simply time together and away—in Amish Country. Ideal for couples or family & friends traveling together. Two cabins with a total of four Queen beds. Featuring full kitchens, pond and a grand view of the dense forest in the valley below.

We are your destination for romance! Featuring 17 award-winning cabins and suites with a Jacuzzi and fireplace. Offering extensive packages with affordability in mind. Known for attention to detail and exceptional hospitality, we are anticipating your stay with us. Call or book online now. See ad, page 36.

A Little Slice of Heaven Cabins

Ethan’s Retreat in the Woods

Sojourner’s Lodge & Log Cabin Suites 2156 Durstine Rd., Dundee, 44624 330-359-5320 sojournerslodgeohio.com sojournerslodge@yahoo.com

Peaceful countryside retreat with rolling farmlands, beautiful woodlands, and our 3-acre lake. Tucked away on 20 acres, our luxury lodge and cabin suites feature top-of-the-line amenities such as: Jacuzzis, spacious living rooms with fireplaces, HDTV/ DirecTV/DVD, full kitchens, private master bedrooms as well as outdoor fire pits and courtyards. Hiking trails with 60’ bridge. 15 minutes from Berlin.

12992 CR 6, Killbuck, 44637 530-318-5542 ethansretreat.com ndawson@charter.net

8828 Golf Course Rd., Sugarcreek, 44681 330-620-5551 sliceofheavencabin.com bspeas@neo.rr.com Sun-Sat 7am-10pm

Tranquil Acres Cabins

Beautiful, pet-friendly, fully stocked cabin in the hills of Killbuck on the French Ridge. Two bedrooms, 2 baths, sofa bed, decks with treehouse-like views overlooking acres of wooded trails, hot tub, fireplace, fire pit, seasonal fresh farm eggs and close to local attractions and shopping. Totally private. Discounts available.

Beautiful 2-unit log cabins, one located by Willandale Golf Course, one by Broad Run Cheesehouse & Winery. Romantic for two. Kitchens, outdoor grill, continental breakfast, two-person Jacuzzi, private deck, A/C, laundry, pond, TV/CD/DVD, gift certificates, daily, weekly rates. Smoke free, pet free. Relax, restore, & rejuvenate!

Five secluded log cabins nestled in the woods. Featuring kitchen, fireplace, Jacuzzi, outdoor hot tub, grill, queen beds, and hiking trail. No smoking. No pets. 5 minutes to Berlin.

Ferngully Creek

Mel & Mary’s Cottages

7226 Twp Rd 319, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-2424 ferngullycreek.com cabins@ferngullycreek.com Mon-Sat 8am-8pm

2970 Twp Rd 190, Baltic, 43804 330-893-2695 melandmarycottages.com mmcottages@wifi7.com

Located on a quiet hillside just outside Charm, Ohio. We offer clean, peaceful lodging surrounded by farmland. Featuring four two-bedroom cottages and three vacation homes. Our fishing pond, relaxing decks, fire pits and picnic tables are ideal for retreats and family reunions. Only 10 minutes to most area attractions.

Beautiful log cabins in secluded woodlands yet close to area attractions. Romantic luxury, great amenities. King-size bed, Jacuzzi for two, gas log fireplace, full kitchen, 40” flat screen, satellite, DVD, Wi-Fi, A/C, screened-in porch, grill, fire ring, free firewood. All linens provided. Weekly rate discounts. Seasonal specials.

Red Cottage Hideaway

Graystone Cottages

1704 Twp Rd 416, Dundee, 44624 330-231-8457 redcottagehideaway.com redcottagehideaway@yahoo.com

5572 N Market St., Berlin, 44610 330-231-4495 graystone-cottages.com dorothy@graystone-cottages.com Sun-Sat 9am-9pm

6815 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-0996 tranquilacrescabins.com

Uncle Toms Cabins 3515 CR 168, Millersburg, 44654 330-763-3748 uncletomscabinohio.com uncletomscabins@yahoo.com

New! Private cabins nestled in the woods on a family farm. Within 5-15 minutes of all your favorite attractions. Jacuzzi, fireplace, kitchen, living room, satellite TV, A/C, outdoor fire ring.

Wildwood Hill Cabin 5373 Leihley Hill Rd NW, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-3872 wildwoodhillcabin.com info@wildwoodhillcabin.com Mon-Sat 7am-9pm

An authentic log cabin nestled in the woods, peaceful, quiet, secluded. Perfect for getaways, anniversaries, honeymoons. Efficiency suite, full kitchen and bath, queen-size bed in loft. Relax in the hot tub or enjoy the fireplace. Grill. Fire ring.

Private, spacious new cottages located on a scenic route 10 minutes from Walnut Creek & Berlin. Luxurious amenities include 5’x6’ Jacuzzi, fireplace, king beds, laundry, direct TV, porches, gas grill, and private firepits.

Jacuzzis, fireplaces, kitchenettes, cable TV, A/C, continental breakfast, internet, porches, rockers. Perfect for family, friends, or romantic getaway. Walk to all the shops along Main Street and close to area attractions.

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RV Parks & Camping Amish Country Campsites 1930 US 62 NE, Winesburg, 44690 330-359-5226 amishcountrycampsites.com Open Apr-Nov 15

Electric, good city water, modern shower house with flush toilets and hot showers, dump station, fire rings, firewood, tables. Home of Ruth’s Amish Dolls. Free Wireless Internet.

Baylor Beach Park 8777 Manchester Ave SW, Navarre, 44662 330-767-3031 baylorbeachpark.com baylorbeachpark@yahoo.com

Gateway to Amish Country, family & senior friendly park. Easy access for large units, chipped & sealed roads/sites. 11 Full HookUp & 50 Water/Electric sites; 30-50 amps, dump station, fire rings & picnic tables. Clean shower house, hot showers & flush toilets. Swimming lake, water slides, log rolls, paddleboats, mini-golf, playgrounds, basketball, sand volleyball, corn hole & gem mine. Lots of grassy areas & a wooded walking path. Shelters available; free Wi-Fi.

Berlin RV Park & Campground

Countryside Campers Paradise

5898 SR 39, Millersburg, 44654 330-674-4774 berlinrvpark.com info@berlinrvpark.com Summer: Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat 9am-5pm, Thu 8am-5pm Winter by chance

4280 Twp Rd 356, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3002 Mon-Sat 7am-5pm

Well maintained RV park and campground one mile west of Berlin on SR 39. We have added 10+ new sites in 2017. All sites have 30/50 amp service, 45 full hook up sites and 5 water & electric sites. Pavilion, playgrounds, basketball, volleyball and walking trails with picnic areas.

Camp Toodik Family Campground, Cabins & Canoeing 7700 Twp Rd 462, Loudonville, 44842 419-994-3835 camptoodik,com camptoodik@gmail,com Sun 9am-5pm, Mon-Thu 9am-7pm, Fri-Sat 9am-9pm

Clean restrooms, hot showers, heated pool. Laundry, playgrounds, mini-golf, shuffle board, horseshoes, sand volleyball, hiking trails, canoe and kayak rental. Shaded sites, 30-50 amp, w/e/s, Wi-Fi. Log cabin and villa rentals. River edge camping with w/e.

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Evergreen Park RV Resort 16359 Dover Rd., Dundee, 44624 SR 250 1/4 mi East of Mt Eaton 330-359-2787 evergreenparkrvresort.com evergreenpark@wifi7.com Apr-Nov: Sun-Sat 8am-8pm Dec-Mar: Sun 2pm-8pm, Mon-Sat 8am-8pm

Heart of Amish Country. Open year-round. 87 full hook-ups, 20-30-50 amp electric, sewer, water, cable TV, Wi-Fi internet, indoor pool, spa, game room, playgrounds, snack bar, cabins, tent camping, dog wash, deluxe inn on premises.


RV Parks & Camping Mohican Reservation 23270 Wally Rd., Loudonville, 44842 800-766-CAMP (2267) mohicanreservation.com info@mohicanreservation.com Apr 1-Nov 1: Sun 8am-9pm, Mon-Wed 9am9pm, Thu 9am-10pm, Fri-Sat 9am-12am

15% OFF CAMPING with this ad

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Home of the 34th Annual

GREAT MOHICAN POW WOW

Scenic Hills RV Park 4483 Twp Rd 367, Millersburg, 44654 330-893-3607 scenichillsrvpark.com shrvp@wifi7.com Mon-Sat 8am-5pm Nov 1-Mar 31 closed

JULY 13-15, 2018 SEPT 14-16, 2018

RV & Tent Camping Cabin & Tipi Rentals Canoeing Live Entertainment

Experience the peace and quiet of Amish Country with a sunrise and sunset view. Amish home cooking and shops nearby. Easy access for large units, 112 FH sites with 30-50 amps. Dumping station. Pet friendly. Wi-Fi internet. See ad, on right.

“Not affiliated with any Indian Tribe”

MohicanReservation.com

MohicanPowWow.com

23270 Wally Rd., Loudonville, OH

800-766-2267

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Experience the peace and quiet of days gone by. Nestled in a beautiful rural valley, Fields of Home Lodge & Cabins is just the quiet country get-away you’ve been looking for.

Fields of Home Lodge & Cabins

7278 Co. Rd. 201 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 674-7152 fieldsofhome.com ●

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Tours Amish Country Adventures by Country Coach 13519 Stoneford St., Beach City, 44608 877-359-5282 ccatours.com johnandcarol44608@yahoo.com Sun-Sat 9am-5pm

Full-service receptive operator featuring unique and affordable themed packages, back roads tours, step-on guides, Amish home meals, accommodations, and holiday packages. We look forward to hosting your group event!

Overland Publishing

Swiss Valley Tours

330-893-3964 amishcountrymap.com overlandpublishing@msn.com

212 N Broadway St., Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-3898 maryswissvalley@bbnwireless.com

AAA and USA Today recommended! Explore our backroads! Discover our best views! Experience the Amish firsthand! Easy-to-read map of Ohio’s Amish Country. Accommodations, restaurants, and attractions pinpointed. Available locally/ worldwide. See ad, below.

A receptive service specializing in group tours with Amish step-on guides through the back roads of Amish Country and beyond. We are committed to giving you quality tours at affordable prices. With 29 years of experience, we make you look good.

A Taste of the Backroads 330-340-7343 atasteofthebackroads.com info@atasteofthebackroads.com Tue-Fri 11am-5pm

Lose Yourself in Amish Country ...Without Getting Lost!

Available Locally and World-Wide www.amishcountrymap.com 1.877.853.9044

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28 years of offering educational and scenic back road tours with a 12-passenger Mercedes sightseeing van. Our 2018 “3-hour, 30-mile Amish Church Lunch Tour” departs from the Berlin Grande Hotel at 11am Tuesday - Friday with advanced reservations. NEW! Ask for the Amish Country Motorcycle brochure with 8 fantastic routes. Ask about our full-service itinerary planning for couples, families and groups of 10 or fewer.


Grandmother’s Date Pudding

Ingredients For the cake 1 cup chopped dates 1 tablespoon baking soda 1 cup boiling water 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 egg, beaten 1 cup granulated sugar 1 tablespoon vanilla 1/8 teaspoon salt For the whipped cream 1 pint heavy whipping cream 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla extract Instructions

Date pudding is an Amish and Mennonite family favorite. There are many variations. My husband’s family tops the finished pudding with caramel sauce. Others add bananas. This is my grandmother’s recipe, and one of my dad’s very favorite holiday desserts. We always add extra whipped cream and chopped walnuts. — Shasta Mast, Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau’s Executive Director

For the cake: Grease a 9-inch square cake pan. Set aside. In a large bowl, sprinkle baking soda over chopped dates. Pour the boiling water over date mixture. Let cool. Add the rest of the cake ingredients and mix well. Pour batter into prepared pan, and bake in a 350◦ oven for 25 to 30 minutes. Let cool. For the whipped cream: Begin beating heavy whipping cream with electric or hand beaters. When the cream starts to thicken, add sugar and vanilla. Continue to beat until peaks form. Assemble the pudding: Cut cooled cake into one-inch squares and put the squares into a large bowl. Carefully fold in whipped cream. Garnish with chopped walnuts if desired.

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Services Commercial & Savings Bank

RES Auction Services/ HER Realtors

Walnut Hills Retirement Community

91 N Clay St., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-9015 csb1.com Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

1197 Glen Dr., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-7610 res.bid, herrealtors.com Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Community Banking at its best! Visit any of our banking centers and ATMs throughout Holmes, Stark, Tuscarawas, and Wayne counties or at www.csb1.com. Member FDIC.

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4748 Olde Pump St., Walnut Creek, 44687 330-893-3200 walnuthillsliving.org info@walnuthillsliving.org Office hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

Like it here? Live here! We offer maintenance-free homes for individuals age 55+. We provide lawn care and other home maintenance, while you travel, volunteer, or spend time on hobbies. Our scenic campus also offers Catered Living apartments, Assisted Living and Memory Care suites, Skilled Nursing care, and Rehabilitation services.

Killbuck Savings Bank 165 N Main St., Killbuck, 44637 330-276-4881 killbuckbank.com Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-12pm

Community Banking. It’s who we are. It’s what we do. EVERY Single Day. Nine convenient Pulse ATM locations in Amish Country.

Pomerene Hospital 981 Wooster Rd., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-1584, 330-674-1763 pomerenehospital.org

Visit Pomerene Express Care for common health concerns including coughs, colds, flu, sinus infections, sore throats, strains and sprains, and other minor ailments. Open M-F from 4 pm-9 pm and Saturday from 9 am-4 pm. No appointment necessary. Pomerene Express Care, 4900 Oak Street, Berlin, OH 44610. Call 330-893-2754

Offering a variety of real estate services with the convenience of one-stop shopping

(888) 674-7610

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Our Heritage We are grateful for your interest in Ohio Amish Country. This area, and our people have a unique story to share with you. When you view our tranquil countryside, experience our beautiful craftsmanship, and enjoy our delicious food, you become a part of that story. For that we say thank you! Here are some basic facts about our home: ● This community is known as the Holmes County Amish Community, but in fact, has grown to include parts of six surrounding counties. ● The first Amish settled here in 1809 along the Sugar and Walnut creeks. Today there are about 330,000 Amish in the world, with about 35,000 of those living in the Holmes County Community. The Holmes County Amish Community doubles in population about every 20 years. ● The Amish speak Pennsylvania Dutch, a language that has its roots in southern Germany, and is not to be confused with the Dutch spoken in the Netherlands. It has been used since their entry into America in the 1730s-1750s and has not been “refreshed” by later waves of immigration. It is amazingly similar to when they emigrated. ● There are four main Amish affiliations in this community: the New Order, the Old Order, the Andy Weaver Church, and the Swartzentruber Amish. While some of the differences may be apparent to visitors, many are defined by internal distinctions. The Old Order is the largest group in our community.

The Amish & Mennonites The Amish and Mennonites of Holmes County trace their spiritual heritage back to the Protestant Reformation of the early 1500s. A small group of dissidents arose, who argued that leaders such as Martin Luther in Germany and Ulrich Zwingli in Switzerland did not go far enough in separating the church and state. Up to this time, the government and the church were inseparable. These dissidents agreed with many of the basic premises of the Protestant reforms, like justification by grace through faith, but thought that further reform was warranted. At that time, all infants were baptized, which made them members of the church and citizens of the state. The dissidents felt that only Christians who could voluntarily and freely choose the way of Christ should be baptized and part of the church. In 1525 a small group of them met and re-baptized each other. They became known in German as wieder-tauffers, or rebaptizers. The authorities soon termed them Anabaptists, to denote their position on adult and voluntary baptism. By the 1550s these people were beginning to be called Mennonites after leader Menno Simons. The Mennonites refused to join the state church and were viewed as a great danger to not only the religious structure of Europe, but also the social structure, as they preached their gospel of grace and equality for anyone who was willing to follow the way of Christ. In the next 100 years many were persecuted, and about 10,000 were martyred for their belief that Jesus led

the way into a life of separation, humility and love. Today the Amish, Mennonites, and Hutterites trace their heritage back to these brave dissidents. The Anabaptists faced periodic purges as leaders and dynasties rose and fell in northern Europe. By the late 1600s many lived in the Rhine Valley in southern Germany where they experienced relative freedoms, farmed lands, and lived in small villages. A young Anabaptist leader, named Jakob Amman, called for a renewal of the commitment to a more separate way of living. He soon led the more conservative-minded element within the Anabaptists into a separation from the larger group. Since he was the spokesperson for the group his followers became known as Ammanischeleut, or Amman-minded people. This was later shortened to Ammanisch and even later into the more modern Amish.

Belief and Lifestyle: Today in our community we work together as Amish and Mennonites, holding basic beliefs in common. ● First, Anabaptists believe Christianity is about discipleship and a willingness to follow Christ at any cost. ● Second, they believe non-resistance or pacifism is the answer to conflict. Most Amish and Mennonites refuse service in the military. Instead, during times when the draft was in use they served as conscientious objectors, providing meaningful service without the use of force. How can a visitor tell whether the person they meet is Amish or Mennonite? All Amish have rejected the ownership of automobiles as their primary form of locomotion. Instead, they use the iconic horse-drawn buggy or wagon. This is not meant to be quaint. Rather, it fosters a sense of community — you are more likely to be connected to the folks in your neighborhood when you’re limited by a reasonable radius of travel. While there are a few small groups of Mennonites that do not own automobiles, there are none in the Holmes County community that do not permit car ownership. There are many Mennonites who wear distinctive garb and beards without mustaches as do the Amish, so in this community automobile ownership is one of the ways one can define the two groups. Most Mennonites meet for their church services in meeting houses. The Amish however, retain the practice of meeting in in their homes, shops or barns for their Sunday services. Most Amish still use high German or Pennsylvania Dutch, as the primary language of church services. Most Mennonites use English, and some of their services use modern practices such as worship teams and audiovisual tools in their services. Each family in an Amish Church is expected to take a turn in hosting the service at their home. With this arrangement and their non-use of automobiles this limits the church size to about 30 households in each district who live close to each other. When a district becomes too large, they often will choose a geographical dividing line, such as a creek or road, to divide the district, creating two distinct church districts. Most Mennonites do not practice this form of replication and instead will focus on missions or outreach.

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Tourism Bureaus & CVBs Coshocton Visitors Bureau 432 N Whitewoman St., Coshocton, 43812 740-622-4877 visitcoshocton.com info@ visitcoshocton.com Summer: Sun-Sat 11am-5pm Winter: Mon-Sat 11am-5pm

Historic Roscoe Village and the Monticello III Horse Drawn Canal Boat lets visitors experience life in a restored 1800’s canalera town with quaint shops, restaurants and Living History. Enjoy the Three Rivers Wine Trail & Pearl Valley’s world champion cheeses. Abundant outdoor opportunities include public hunting, fishing, paddling & biking. See ad, below.

Holmes County Tourism Bureau

Holmes County Tourism Bureau Berlin Office

6 W Jackson St., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-3975 visitamishcountry.com info@visitamishcountry.com Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm

4829 E Main St., Berlin, 44610 330-893-0555 visitamishcountry.com info@visitamishcountry.com May-Nov: Thu-Sat 10am-6pm

Located in Historic Downtown Millersburg, the Holmes County Tourism Bureau provides complimentary Amish Country area information and assistance to visitors. Call, email, or stop by to plan your experience.

The Tourism Bureau’s Berlin office staff will be happy to help visitors plan adventures as they explore the heart of Amish Country Ohio.

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Coshocton County Find your adventure

800-338-4724 • www.VisitCoshocton.com

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Knox County Convention & Visitors Bureau 107 S Main St., Mt. Vernon, 43050 740-392-6102 visitknoxohio.org Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 9am-4pm

See ad, page 45.

Mohican Visitors Bureau 544 N Union St., Loudonville, 44842 419-994-2519 discovermohican.com info@discovermohican.com Sun-Sat 9am-6pm

Mohican is the Camp and Canoe Capital of Ohio. Enjoy canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and more. Lodging ranges from primitive to luxurious. RV parking available.


Tourism Bureaus & CVBs Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors’ Bureau

Visit the Heart of Ohio!

124 E High Ave, New Philadelphia, 44663 330-602-2420, 800-527-3387 traveltusc.com info@traveltusc.com Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Visitor kiosk open Sun-Sat 6am-10pm

Knox County, Ohio

Experience Guide

2018 FREE!

• Historic Downtown Mount Vernon • Scenic water, biking, hiking, and running trails • Seasonal music, arts, and culture festivals • Ohio scenic byways www.VisitKnoxO hio.org Mount Vernon Centerburg - Danville - Fredericktown

- Gambier - Brinkhaven

- Martinsburg

Enjoy our small towns and big stories! Experience military history, unique museums, step back in time and visit Europe right here in Ohio! Located just minutes from Holmes County.

Visit Canton 222 Market Ave N, Canton, 44702 330-454-1439 visitcanton.com events@visitcanton.com Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

1-800-837-5282 Visit KnoxOhio.org

Arts + Market + Community Opening 2018 NEW! The Woodward Opera House

Visit national attractions and historic sites. Shop local boutiques. Explore lively arts district. Sample culinary delights, awardwinning wines and microbrews. Whether you are a shopaholic, foodie fanatic, football buff or history enthusiast your trip to northeast Ohio is not complete without visiting Canton. See ad, on right.

Wayne County Convention & Visitors Bureau 428 W Liberty St., Wooster, 44691 330-264-1800 wccvb.com Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm

See ad, on right.

Farmers’ Auctions Auctions are a regular part of our workweek and a big share of the fun. You’ll find animals and farm crops, produce, flea markets, baked goods and a great way for the whole family to socialize with the neighbors.

Kick back and relax in part of the world’s largest Amish community. We are home

Tuesday Farmerstown 330-897-6081

to Lehman’s, P. Graham Dunn, The J.M.

Wednesday

Mt. Hope 330-674-6188

The Ohio Light Opera, Everything

Thursday

Kidron 330-857-2641

Smucker Company Store and Café, Rubbermaid and Secrest Arboretum.

428 W. Liberty St. • Wooster, OH 44691 www.wccvb.com • 1.800.362.6474

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Index C10 Acorn Cottages at White Oak Inn.....................................34, 36

i7

Country Craft Cupboard..........................................................09

K5

Alpine Cabinets of Holmes County..........................................20

i7

Country Furniture.............................................................19, 20

i7

Amish Blessings Cabins.....................................................34, 36

i7

Country Gatherings.................................................................09

L3

Amish Country Adventures by Country Coach........................40

N8

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson..............................................30

K5

Amish Country Campsites.......................................................38

C4

Creative Outlet Indian & Rock Shop.......................................09

i7

Amish Country Leather............................................................07

i6

Cricket Hill Cabins....................................................................36

i7

Amish Country Lodging.....................................................28, 29

K8

David Warther Carvings..........................................................09

i7

Amish Country Soap Shop................................................07, 08

K5

Deer Trace Cabins....................................................................36

i7

Amish Country Theater............................................................07

K7

Der Dutchman Restaurant & Bakery.................................26, 27

L4

Amish Door Restaurant & Village............................................26

i7

Donna’s Premier Lodging..................................................36, 37

i7

Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center/ Behalt..................07, 16

L8

Dutch Host Inn........................................................................30

J4

Ashery Country Store......................................04, 05, 06, 22, 23

L8

Dutch Valley Gifts....................................................................09

H7

Bags Sports Pub......................................................................26

L8

Dutch Valley Market................................................................22

H6

Barn Inn, The....................................................................34, 35

L8

Dutch Valley Restaurant & Bakery...........................................27

M3

Baylor Beach Park...................................................................38

G1

Econo Lodge............................................................................30

i7

Berlin Antique and Craft Malls................................................07

J7

Erb’s Stove Center....................................................................09

i7

Berlin Creek and Blue River Galleries......................................07

E9

Ethan’s Retreat in the Woods..................................................37

i7

Berlin Encore Hotel & Suites...................................................28

K3

Evergreen Park RV Resort........................................................38

i7

Berlin Farmstead Restaurant...................................................26

H7

Ferngully Creek........................................................................37

i7

Berlin Grande Hotel..........................................................28, 29

i5

Fields of Home Lodge & Cabins........................................35, 39

i7

Berlin Leather..........................................................................07

H7

Fire Ridge Golf Course.............................................................18

i7

Berlin Main Street Merchants...............................04, 05, 06, 07

H7

Fox’s Pizza Den........................................................................27

i7

Berlin Resort...........................................................................28

i7

Garden Gate Getaway.............................................................35

i7

Berlin RV Park & Campground.................................................38

i7

Gardens at Country Gatherings, The......................................09

i7

Berlin View Lodging.................................................................36

N5

Garver House Bed & Breakfast................................................35

i7

Berlin Village Antique Mall.....................................................08

K7

German Culture Museum........................................................16

i7

Berlin Village Gift Barn......................................................06, 08

i7

Gospel Bookstore........................................................05, 06, 09

i7

Berlin Village Inn...............................................................28, 29

i7

Gramma Fannie’s Quilt Barn...................................................09

K7

Bfearless.................................................................................08

i7

Graystone Cottages.................................................................37

i7

Boyd and Wurthmann Restaurant...........................................26

K3

Gencraft Designs by Green Acres Furniture............................20

M8

Breitenbach Wine Cellars.................................................04, 08

J8

Guggisberg Cheese...........................................................19, 22

M8

Broad Run Cheesehouse & Swiss Heritage Winery.................08

J8

Guggisburg’s Doughty Glen Winery........................................09

C5

Camp Toodik Family Campground, Cabins & Canoeing..........38

J8

Guggisburg Swiss Inn/ Amish Country Riding Stables.......18, 30

i7

Carlisle Country Inn Berlin.......................................................34

O9

Hampton Inn New Philadelphia..............................................30

K7

Carlisle Gifts............................................................................08

L11

Hampton Inn Newcomerstown...............................................30

L8

Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek......................................................28, 30

G1

Hampton Inn Wooster.............................................................30

K7

Carlisle Inn Walnut Creek.................................................29, 30

G7

Harvest Ridge..........................................................................10

J8

Chalet in the Valley...........................................................19, 26

L4

Harvest Thrift Store.................................................................10

J9

Charm Countryview Inn..........................................................34

i7

Heini’s Cheese Chalet..............................................................10

K7

Coblentz Chocolate Company.................................................22

i7

Helping Hands Quilt Shop.......................................................10

B1

College House Bed & Breakfast...............................................34

i7

Hershberger’s Farm & Bakery..................................................10

H7

Colonial Homestead................................................................09

K7

Hillcrest Orchard of Walnut Creek..........................................10

N8

Comfort Inn Dover...................................................................29

H7

Hillside Hideaways...................................................................37

H7

Comfort Inn Millersburg...................................................29, 31

H7

Hilltop Manor Guest House....................................................35

i7

Comfort Suites Hotel and Conference Center...................29, 31

H7

Historic Downtown Millersburg..................................05, 06, 10

H7

Commercial & Savings Bank...................................................42

G1

Hilton Garden Inn Wooster.....................................................30

H11

Coshocton Visitors Bureau......................................................44

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Holmes County Antique Festival.............................................06


Index G7

Holmes County Fair.................................................................05

K7

Rebecca’s Bistro......................................................................27

i7

Holmes County Flea Market....................................................10

K6

Red Cottage Hideaway............................................................37

H6

Holmes County Open Air Art Museum....................................16

H7

RES Auction Services/ HER Realtors........................................42

E4

Holmes County Pottery...........................................................10

G1

Rodeway Inn...........................................................................31

H7

Holmes County Rails-to-Trails Coalition............................05, 18

H7

Rodhe’s IGA Marketplace........................................................23

H7

Holmes County Tourism Bureau.......................................06, 44

G5

Route 83 Restaurant...............................................................27

i7

Holmes County Tourism Bureau Berlin Office.........................44

H7

Save & Serve Thrift Shop........................................................13

J4

Homestead Furniture........................................................20, 21

i7

Scenic Hills RV Park.................................................................39

L4

Inn at Amish Door...................................................................30

O9

Schoenbrunn Inn and Conference Center...............................32

H6

Inn at Honey Run....................................................................31

i7

Schrock’s Heritage Village.......................................................14

H7

Jackson Street Antiques..........................................................11

K4

Sojourner’s Lodge & Log Cabin Suites..............................35, 37

i7

Jake n’ Ivy’s Bed & Breakfast...................................................35

N8

Spies Farms Antiques..............................................................14

i7

Kauffman Lawn Furniture........................................................20

J4

Stone Barn Furnishings...........................................................21

i7

Kaufmans Kountry Accents.....................................................11

i7

Studio 4 Designs......................................................................21

J8

Keim Lumber Company.....................................................04, 11

K8

Swiss Valley Furniture.............................................................21

G9

Killbuck Savings Bank..............................................................42

L8

Swiss Valley Tours....................................................................40

C11

Knox County Convention and Visitors Bureau............05, 44, 45

L8

Swissters...........................................................................06, 14

J2

Lehman’s.....................................................................05, 06, 11

H6

Tarragon..................................................................................27

J5

Lighthouse Inn........................................................................35

i7

Taste of the Backroads, A.......................................................40

L8

Little Slice of Heaven Cabins, A.........................................35, 37

i7

Tis the Season...................................................................06, 14

J5

Lone Star Quilt Shop.........................................................05, 11

i5

Trading Post Thrift Store.........................................................14

C4

Loudonville Canoe Rentals......................................................18

H7

Tranquil Acres Cabins..............................................................37

K5

Mattie’s Tourist Rooms............................................................35

C8

Tree Frog Canopy Tours...........................................................19

J9

Mel & Mary’s Cottages............................................................37

i7

Troyer A Country Market.........................................................23

i8

Miller’s Bakery/Countryside Campers Paradise................22, 38

K5

Troyer’s Genuine Trail Bologna................................................23

J8

Miller’s Dry Goods...................................................................11

O9

Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitors’ Bureau.............45

i8

Miller’s Rustic Furniture..........................................................20

J6

Uncle Toms Cabins..................................................................37

C6

Mohican Reservation........................................................05, 39

H7

Victorian House Museum & Millersburg Glass Museum..06, 16

C4

Mohican Visitors Bureau.........................................................44

P1

Visit Canton.............................................................................45

G3

Moreland Fruit Farm...............................................................22

K7

Wallhouse Hotel......................................................................32

i7

Moxie......................................................................................12

K8

Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market............................................14

J5

Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen................................................................27

K7

Walnut Creek Business Association......................05, 06, 14, 15

K7

Oak Ridge Inn....................................................................31, 32

K7

Walnut Creek Cheese........................................................23, 25

i7

Oaks Inn, The..........................................................................31

K7

Walnut Creek Furniture..............................................04, 05, 21

Ohio Haiti Benefit Auction......................................................05

K7

Walnut Hills Retirement Community.......................................42

Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale....................................................05

O8

Warther Museum....................................................................16

L8

Ohio Star Theater.....................................................................12

G1

Wayne County Convention and Visitors Bureau.....................45

K3

Old World Polish Pottery.........................................................12

L8

Weaver Furniture....................................................................21

Overland Publishing................................................................40

J6

Wendell August Forge.............................................................15

K7

Peddler, The......................................................................12, 13

L6

Wildwood Hill Cabin................................................................37

F6

Pine Loft & Maple Lane Farmhouse........................................35

L8

Willandale Golf Club...............................................................19

F2

Pine Tree Barn.............................................................12, 13, 27

E9

Wilson’s Country Creations.....................................................15

J5

Pleasant View Furniture..........................................................20

K5

Winesburg Meats....................................................................23

H7

Pomerene Hospital.....................................................04, 06, 42

L8

World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock............................................06,15

P1

Pro Football Hall of Fame..................................................13, 14

K6

Yoder’s Amish Home...............................................................15

C4

Raby Hardware General Store, Since 1885.............................13

i7

Zinck’s Family of Inns..............................................................32

N6

Ramada Limited.......................................................................31

N8

77 Inn & Grill...........................................................................32

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Gencraft Designs by Green Acres Furniture

Lehman’s

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Ashery Country Store

Holmes County Pottery

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Creative Outlet Indian & Rock Shop

Homestead Furniture Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen Trading Post Thrift Store

Route 83 Restaurant

Raby Hardware General Store

Sheriff’s Office

506 Township Highway

The Pine Loft & Maple Lane Farmhouse

Mohican Reservation Campground & Canoeing

County Highway

7 United States Route

See detail Tree Frog Canopy Tours

Amish Country Byway

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Gateway to Amish Country – US 62 Scenic Byway

Miller’s Rustic Furniture Wilson’s Country Creations

Holmes County Trail

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Mohican Valley Trail

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Ramada Limited

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Harvest

Swiss Valley Furniture

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Red Cottage Hideaway Yoder’s Amish Home

Charm Countryview Inn

Killbuck Savings Bank

Wildwood Hill Cabin

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Broad Run Cheesehouse and Swiss A Little Slice Heritage Winery of Heaven Cabins Willandale Golf Club David Warther Carvings

Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market

Mel & Mary’s Cottages

Country Inn & Suites Comfort Inn Dover

Breitenbach Wine Cellars & Cafe

Warther Museum

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Tuscarawas Co. CVB

Spies Farms Antiques 77 Inn & Grill

Hampton Inn New Philadelphia

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Schoenbrunn Inn & Conference Center

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Acorn Cottages at White Oak Inn

To Knox County CVB

Coshocton Visitors’ Bureau

Hampton Inn Newcomerstown

11

Mohican River State Scenic River

Miles 1/2

Garver House B & B

See detail

Recreation Furniture Food Stores Dining Hotels & Inns Bed & Breakfasts Cabins RV Parks & Camping Tours Services Tourism Bureaus & CVBs

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Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Ethan’s Retreat in the Woods

Attractions, Shops & Artisans Museums & Historical Sites

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Amish Door Restaurant & Village Inn at Amish Door

Wendell August Forge

See detail Berlin RV Park Tranquil & Campground Acres Cabins Garden Gate Hillside Hershberger’s Getaway Hideways Farm & Bakery Erb’s Stove Country Campers Center Paradise Miller’s Bakery

Wally Road Scenic Byway

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Deer Trace Cabins

Troyer’s Trail Bologna

3

Harvest Thrift Store

Amish Country Campsites Alpine Cabinets Winesburg Meats

The Barn Inn

Holmes County Fair at Harvest Ridge

Amish Country Adventures by Country Coach

Sojourner’s Lodge & Log Cabin Suites

Mattie’s Tourist Rooms

Cricket Hill Cabins

Wally Road Scenic Byway/CR 23

State Route

Stone Barn Furnishings

Durstine Rd.

Lone Star Pleasant View Fields of Home Quilt Shop Furniture Lighthouse Inn Lodge & Cabins

Inn at Honey Run Tarragon Holmes County Open Air Art Museum (OAAM)

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Baylor Beach Park

Evergreen Park RV Resort

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Mohican Visitors Bureau

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Old World Polish Pottery

Harrison Rd.

Moreland Fruit Farm

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Pine Tree Barn

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Hilton Garden Inn Wooster

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Pro Football Hall of Fame

Econo Lodge Wooster

Wayne Co. CVB

Molter Rd.

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Rodeway Inn

College House B&B

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Swiss Valley Tours

Weaver Furniture

Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau

HER Realtors/RES Auction Services Comfort Inn Millersburg

World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock

Walnut Creek Cheese

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Amish Blessings Cabins

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Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant

Country Craft Cupboard Kaufman’s Kountry Accents Berlin Grande Hotel

Moxie Carlisle Country Inn Berlin Graystone Cottages Amish Country Lodging

Jake ‘N’ Ivy’s B&B

356

Berlin Creek & Blue River Galleries

S. Market St.

Berlin Resort Gospel Book Store Pomerene Express Care Amish Country Leather

120

East St.

Berlin Village Inn

Berlin Farmstead Restaurant

Kauffman Lawn Furniture

Amish Country Soap Shop

168

Berlin View Lodging

Comfort Suites Hotel and Conference Center

Zinck’s Family of Inns Studio 4 Designs

Donna’s Premier Lodging Helping Hands Quilt Shop

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Guggisberg Cheese

Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center/Behalt

The Oaks Inn Berlin Village Antique Mall

Elm St.

381

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Holmes County Flea Market

366

Berlin Village Gift Barn Country Gatherings The Gardens at Country Gatherings

Amish Country Theater Schrock’s Berlin Encore Heritage Hotel & Suites Village Berlin Antique & Craft Malls

Troyer A Country Market Scenic Hills RV Park

Mileage

Country Furniture

Heini’s Cheese Chalet

Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau

626

Swissters

Rodhe’s IGA Marketplace

Save & Serve Thrift Shop

359

Dutch Valley Gifts Dutch Valley Restaurant Dutch Valley Market Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek Ohio Star Theater

444

Rebecca’s Bistro

Carlisle Gifts

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Historic Downtown Millersburg

Der Dutchman Restaurant

Milo Dr.

Fire Ridge Golf Course

Bags Sports Pub E. Jack

Commercial & Savings Bank

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Carlisle Inn Walnut Creek

Clinton St.

S. Clay St.

Colonial Homestead

Peddler

Jackson Street Antiques

Crawford Alexander

Fox’s Pizza Den W. Jackson St.

Coblentz Chocolate Company

319

Ferngully Creek Washington N. Clay St.

Grant St.

Killbuck Savings Bank

40

Koch St.

Holmes County Trail Depot

Walnut Creek Furniture

Pomerene Hospital

Cary St.

L8 - Sugarcreek

Berlin Leather Gramma Fannie’s Quilt Barn

123

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Chalet in the Valley Guggisberg Swiss Inn Amish Country Riding Stables

Guggisberg’s Doughty Glen Winery

157

Miller’s Dry Goods

Keim Lumber

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Columbus

69

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Cleveland

72

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Louisville

275

4:30

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Chicago

350

6:15

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Toronto

358

6:15

Pittsburgh

111

2:15

Washington D.C.

364

6:30

Toledo

124

2:40

Philadelphia

422

7:15

Cincinnati

177

3:10

Charlotte

455

7:15

Detroit

174

3:30

New York City

481

8:00

Indianapolis

243

4:10

St. Louis

500

8:12

Buffalo

259

4:30

Atlanta

663

10:45

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A special thanks to Holmes Printing Solutions for the printing of this publication. Cover photo by Susan Mick. Š 2018 Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau

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