Country Dreams Bed and Breakfast

3896 State Route 39, Millersburg, Ohio 44654
Innkeeper(s): Mary Lee & Randy Wirick
 
  • Summary

    Picture Perfect

    Country Dreams strikes a postcard pose amid Ohio’s sprawling Amish Country.

    At Country Dreams in Millersburg, Ohio, you’ll be transported to a simpler time. The five cozy guest rooms of this Amish Country lodging have private baths (two with soaking tubs), king- and queen-sized beds adorned with quilts the area is famous for and Wi-Fi. You’ll feel right at home having breakfast, which will likely have fresh brown eggs from a nearby farm on the menu, in the large kitchen. Two covered porches invite you to sit a spell, admire the picturesque landscape, chat with other guests, and spend some quality time with a companion or good book.

    Take time to explore this farming community in Holmes County. You might just discover unique treasures in the home businesses and small shops on the back roads. Being located in the heart of Amish Country also makes it easy for you to visit Berlin and Walnut Creek. Area attractions include the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center, Breitenbach Wine Cellars, Heini’s Cheese Chalet, Stonebarn Furnishings, The Warther Museum, Wendell August, two golf courses, and many antique shops in the area. Whatever your interests, innkeepers Mary Lee and Randy Wirick can provide assistance in planning your itinerary.

    When night falls, unwind from your day with dessert and the splendor of the starry sky.

     

     

  • Introduction

    Welcome to Country Dreams! Your hosts Mary Lee and Randy Wirick, invite you to come for a visit and enjoy a true bed and breakfast experience. We are very centrally located in the heart of Ohio's Amish country on State Route 39 between Berlin and Walnut Creek.

    Our home decor is reminiscent of days gone by, and brings back memories of a more relaxed time when life moved at a much slower pace. Imagine sitting on one of our two large porches enjoying beautiful views of all the surrounding countryside while visiting with others or perhaps reading a good book.

    Star gazing in the country sky is magnificent! Many guests like our large country kitchen best, where breakfast, served at 9 am will likely include fresh brown eggs from a neighboring Amish farm. Refreshments are available throughout the day, and dessert is served every evening. Our goal is to make you feel like our home is your home.

    Millersburg is located in Holmes County in the northeast part of Ohio. We are approximately 90 miles from Columbus and 60 miles from Akron along State Route 39, US Route 62, and State Route 83.

  • Insider's Info

    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Mary Lee & Randy Wirick for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    They like our central location, over the top hospitality, and full breakfasts.

    What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?

    We are known for our hospitality. We are unique for the décor. We love the area and the beautiful views from our large porches.

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    #1 reason to come is to enjoy the Amish farming community.

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    One of the best compliments we’ve received is that everything was absolutely perfect and even better than expected.

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    Best kept secrets are the Amish home businesses and small shops on the back roads.

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    We can suggest an itinerary for each day according to their interests.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    Pleasant views and scenery

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Mrs. Yoder’s kitchen, seven miles north of the B&B.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau at www.visitamishcountry.com, and Amish Country Ohio Map & Visitors’ Guide

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    We have 5 uniquely decorated guest rooms, 2 gathering rooms, a large country kitchen, and two large covered porches.

    Do you accept pets?

    No pets allowed.

     

  • Area Attractions

    Behalt, at The Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center: www.behalt.com

    Berlin Antique Mall: www.amishfarmmarketing.com

    Black Diamond Golf Course: www.blackdiamondgolfcourse.com

    Breitenbach Wine Cellars: www.breitenbachwine.com

    The Farm at Walnut Creek: www.thefarmatwalnutcreek.com

    Fire Ridge Golf Course: www.fireridgegolf.com

    Heini's Cheese Chalet & Amish Country Mall: www.heinis.com

    Lehman's Hardware: www.lehmans.com

    Mullet Cabinet: www.mulletcabinet.com

    Stone Barn Furnishings: www.stonebarnfurnishings.com

    Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market: www.walnutcreekamishfleamarket.com

    Walnut Creek Cheese: www.walnutcreekcheese.com

    Warther's: www.warthers.com

    Wendell August Forge & Gift Shop: www.wendellaugust.com

    Yoder's Amish Home: www.yodersamishhome.com

  • Guest Comments

    "Our time spent at Country Dreams was extraordinary thanks to both of you. Thank you for your "red carpet" attitude. We loved the experience including your impeccably maintained B&B to the evening campfire conversation. Perfection." - Bob and Kathy, Dayton OH

    "Thank you for our stay in your lovely bed and breakfast. I have been to other B&B's before, but nothing quite so lovely as this. Thank you for your kindness and hospitality. The peace and tranquility in this beautiful country setting is just what I needed...Good luck in the future and see you again soon." - Darcy, Mary Grace, and Kenady, Vincent, OH

    "Our second visit here, we really enjoy the company and are looking forward to visiting in the fall. The fire pit looks great, breakfasts are wonderful. Five star!" - Mike and Lori, Seaman, OH

    "What a wonderful stay in your home. You helped us to feel like part of your family. Thanks for spending time explaining about Amish customs, recommending places to visit and just chatting with us about life experiences. You have a wonderful home. The breakfast was very yummy and the rooms great to explore. The mattress was heavenly for a great nights sleep! We will strongly recommend you to all who want to visit Holmes County!" - Rebecca, Steamboat Springs

    "Thank you for a lovely night. Even the sheets were soft and smelled good. The homemade food was delicious and your company great. I loved the porch and swing. We'll be back!" - Dick and Nancy, Bowling Green, OH

    "Loved your house and decor. Loved the house location and your home is so clean and neat. Loved the cats also, and the delicious food and friendliness. Felt like family. This is the best bed and breakfast I've ever been to!" - Sue, Sandyville, WV

    "This is third "girls vacation" in the Amish Country and each time we enjoy it more. We especially treasure our time at your wonderful and beautiful B&B. The breakfast and desserts were delicious and the accommodations were super. We look forward to coming back next year. Many thanks for the great hospitality!" - Gerry, Fort Wright, KY

    "What a perfect home and location for Kortney and me to stay at on our first visit to Holmes Co. We saw and learned so much about the area and the charming Amish who live here. You provided us with much history, information, good food, and a good night's rest. Your home is a perfect B&B, comfortable, nicely decorated, and set up to make guests feel so comfortable. Thanks so much" - Cindy, Painesville, OH & Kortney, Highlands Ranch, CO.

    "Thank you so much for your hospitality in opening your home to us. Our room was very comfortable and I love the big bath tub (great after a long day of shopping!) We especially enjoyed the time sitting on the porch and visiting with you and the other guests. That's what makes a stay like this memorable to us! The dinner with Roman and Ada was such a nice addition to an already relaxing vacation. You have a beautiful place, and I'm sure we'll see you again." - Dave & Kathy, Middletown, IN

    "Thanks for the hospitality and the delicious breakfast. You have a beautiful B&B and the view is gorgeous! We especially enjoyed the Amish dinner with Roman and Ada and highly recommend it to your other guests." - Steve & Sue, Maumee, OH

    "We really enjoyed the peace, quiet, and laughter that your gorgeous B&B and both of you brought to us. We had a wonderful time with your Amish friends also. All of you made us feel welcome. Thanks for your hospitality and for making us feel like family, and good luck in your endeavors. I'm sure we'll be seeing you again!" - Carol & Lou, Penfield, NY

    "We had a wonderful experience staying here. First and foremost, we enjoyed talking with our wonderful hosts, Mary Lee and Randy. They now seem like old friends. We loved our room, the old clothes and shoes in the closet, the nightcap hanging off the cupboard door. We felt like we were staying with family, the highest compliment I can think of. Thank you for making us feel right at home." - Doug & Jane, Medina, OH

    "Thank you for the chance to enjoy your wonderful B&B yet another time! We needed the "down time" and enjoyed meeting such wonderful people and meeting your Amish friends. We'll see you again soon." - John & Dar, Wayne, MI

    "Where to begin? Everything was wonderful!!! We have to leave today and we really don't want to! Your home is simply put, beautiful!! We loved the comfort of Old Glory very much!! We will miss the glass doors leading onto the beautiful porch. The food was great! The bonfire was great! We loved it all!! And we really enjoyed meeting both of you and talking with you every morning and evening!! Thanks for a great weekend!!" - Jaime & Rachel, Springfield, OH