The Barn Inn Bed & Breakfast

6838 Country Road 203, Millersburg, Ohio 44654
Innkeeper(s): Paul and Loretta Coblentz
  • The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast

    The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast

 
  • Summary

    Romance in the Heart of the Amish Country

    A stay at the renowned Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast in Holmes County, Ohio, beckons you to another time and place; located in the largest community of Amish in the world where peaceful lands abound with authentic culture, foods, and tranquility. 

    The Barn Inn bed and breakfast offers eleven deluxe rooms with additional accommodation available in the original farmhouse on the property. It is the perfect spot for a private retreat, a starry-eyed weekend, or an unforgettable wedding. Guests staying at our B&B experience the legendary hospitality that is sown into the local culture. Each morning, you’ll be greeted with a warm country breakfast and a welcoming staff committed to your comfort. On-site amenities include Jacuzzi tubs, romantic fireplaces, scenic balconies accessible from each room, free wireless internet, and of course, unmitigated privacy and pure peace. The inn is located on striking property and within a few miles of Honey Run Valley’s gorgeous shops, restaurants, and popular sites.

    Innkeepers Paul and Loretta Coblentz, along with a twenty-four hour on-site staff, are available to make you trip extraordinary. Our expert knowledge of the area and experience in the hospitality industry enable us to handle the details of your stay. The Historical and cultural spots are nearby, including the Amish Home at Yoders, the Farm at Walnut Creek, DHG Live Theatre, and Amish Musical performances. Combined with our legendary service and unquestionable beauty, the Barn Inn bed and breakfast makes for the perfect quiet retreat.

  • Introduction

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    Welcome to The Barn Inn

    A historic landmark in Holmes County, Ohio, located between Millersburg and Berlin is a sanctuary in the Ohio Amish Country. The Barn Inn, a licensed hotel and Bed and Breakfast, is only minutes from historic and cultural sites, country shopping, and sightseeing. Nestled in Honey Run Valley, we offer beautifully decorated, clean standard rooms and spacious, finely-appointed luxury suites, all with private entrances.

    Complimentary evening pastries await arriving guests. Warm hospitality and a full, hot country breakfast are served daily. The Barn Inn's resident innkeepers and staff are dedicated to making yours a comfortable and memorable stay.

    Discover luxurious Jacuzzi tubs with botanical scented amenities, warm fireplaces, and total privacy in this finely-appointed country inn, located just minutes from Berlin. Be awakened by the morning sun and the sweet aromas of a country breakfast served in the dining room. Attentive resident innkeepers and staff are dedicated to making yours a comfortable and memorable stay.

    The Barn Inn offers packages, tour information and free wireless internet access. The Barn Inn, secluded in picturesque Honey Run Valley, offers a quiet farm setting, and is only a few miles from shops, restaurants, and other attractions in the Berlin area. Much care has been given to every detail of the barn, creating a warm and inviting ambiance; a perfect romantic getaway.

    Holmes County, Ohio - where rural living and traditional values are evident. Venture onto our scenic roads which wind through 800 miles of hills and valleys past picturesque Amish farms and little towns full of treasures. Our families make wonderful furniture, quilts, pies, cheeses, trail bologna, and crafts.

    At The Barn Inn guests are served with fine accommodations; a full country breakfast on china and generous hospitality. The Inn's breakfast may include homemade breads, fresh country eggs, smoked ham, sausage, bacon, quiche, fruit, breakfast casseroles, apple dumplings, and Belgian waffles with real whipped cream. The Barn Inn is one of only a few inns in Holmes County which provides a full breakfast 7 days a week.

  • 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 Loretta Coblentz for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    Many people are returning guests or come on a recommendation of another guest who stayed here. Some come from seeing us on the internet or from magazine feature.

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

    We are known as wonderful hosts, particularly because we explain the Amish culture to our guests. We are unique because a.) This is a historic structure (barn) b.) We share about the area and culture. What I love most about our inn is that it is simply beautiful. Many people, when they walk in, turn around and look and say, "Oh, this is nice (or beautiful)"

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

    People come to our area because it is the largest community of Amish in the world. The countryside, with scenic hills and valleys team with cultural experiences unlike any other region in Ohio or surrounding states. Annually over 4 million visitors come to our area to enjoy the culture, arts and crafts, unique Amish, Mennonite, Swiss foods, farmer's markets, and more.

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

    Just last week on Trip Advisor this was posted by a guest: "It reminded me of Wilderness Lodge in Disney World, only on a smaller scale." I was amazed by that statement.

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    The best kept secret about the area is those Amish-owned home-business places that are not advertised otherwise, but we promote them with our listing of "Top Places to Go and Things To Do" list.

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

    Amish homes and farms open seasonally - Amish Home at Yoders or the Farm at Walnut Creek. Big time now we have two theatre options: Amish Country Theatre and DHG Live Theatre presenting Amish Musicals (Seasonal). Rolling Ridge Ranch, Flea Market, three different Swartzentruber Amish homes (open year-round) on our list, Woodlyn Coach (carriage restorer), Bowman's Harness(Amish leather and farm store), Keim Lumber, Charm Boot and Harness, Hershberger's Antiques, over 20 different hardwood furniture showrooms, three different cheese houses, Animal markets three different days of the week, several different wineries, Lehman's Hardware (extraordinary, provide old-fashioned goods and supplies), Amish and Mennonite and upscale dining available (at least 10 different eateries and restaurants), Rebecca's Bistro, Hickory Rocker Shops, Numerous Quilt Shops, Amish owned Country Stores throughout the countryside, the Holmes County Hiking Trail, Golf Courses, Warther's Museum (This place is amazing), Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center, Wendell August Forge, Potteries, Amish Bakeries, Coblentz Chocolates, Amish Country Peddler, Berlin Village Gift Barn and back-to-back shops in Berlin. The vistas are spectacular and the charm of seeing horse-drawn carriages and workhorses farm gives the experience of being in another country and seemingly in a bye-gone era. We partner with Amish Heartland Tours who offer narrated tours of the countryside with stops and meals in Amish homes.

    Additionally, we have special events and festivals nearly every weekend during fair weather. Little town and hamlets have their own homecomings and festivals, which people love to attend.

    There are many more places in the countryside too numerous to mention. There is no zoning in Holmes County, so there are businesses everywhere, such as the old Amish lady who is a broommaker. Oh yes, Antique Auction every Monday night. (All of these from 5 minute to 25 min drive).

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    The Tarragon Restaurant, offering the finest dining available in Holmes County.

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Oh my, we have so many good restaurants. I ask people what they are looking for in the way of dining so that I can direct them to their option of choice. For fine dining, the Tarragon Restaurant next door, for great Amish-style food with salad bar, I recommend Mrs. Yoder's in Mt. Hope; however Farmstead and Der Dutchman are just as good. For later dining, Bags Sports Pub in Millersburg.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    Amish Heartland tours

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    We have 11 rooms here, but we also have the original farmhouse right beside the barn; will accommodate a family or friend group of 5. We presently are developing another property,(which will be called Apple Hill) and it will be a retreat accommodation for up to 16 people.

    Do you accept pets?

    We are sorry. We do not accept pets. East Holmes Veterinary Clinic will board pets; however, they do not offer Sunday pickup, so this will work if people are staying until Monday, (unless for certain holiday weekends, Tuesday).

  • The Barn Inn Cuisine

    The Barn Inn Bed & Breakfast food

    Each morning awaken to a sumptuous Amish-Country Cuisine breakfast served daily for our guests staying at the Gehrig House and Barn Inn locations. Rotating menus vary and include three hot entrees.

    One breakfast menu consists of fresh fruit, Amish-made sausage, scrambled eggs, homemade breads, yogurt, juice selections, cinnamon rolls, and coffee.

    Other menus include such items as our nationally-recognized baked oatmeal, croissant quiche, carrot-cake pancakes, holiday-baked eggs, and healthy flax muffins. Large guest groups are served buffet-style and smaller are served family style. We are happy to accommodate special dietary requests; preferably with advance notice.

    The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast's Baked Oatmeal recipe was honored to be selected by the University of Georgia Food Services as a featured menu item and served at their 2nd Annual Sunset Breakfast Event on October 13, 2011 where 8,700 students and community guests were served. This entree is just about as perfect as any dish can be. It is full of texture, good taste, attractive in presentation, healthy for you, non-fat (except for whatever fat is in the yogurt), low in sugar, gluten-free, and contains no meat.

    The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast provides comfortable lodging and Amish-style cuisine to guests looking for a place to stay during their vacation or weekend getaway. Our accommodations are centrally located between Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, making it a great location to explore Amish Country near Berlin in Holmes County, Ohio.

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  • Five-Star Amenities

    Discover our fantastic free guest amenities at our bed and breakfast. Among well-appointed amenities offered are culinary offerings upon check in, complimentary free wireless internet, classic and newly-released DVD movies, soft robes, and Amish country breakfast cuisine. Come, relax, and rest assured that we have taken care of all the details.

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    Complimentary Food Service Amenities

    • Country Cuisine Breakfast Served Daily for guests at Barn Inn location
    • Food Prepared for Restrictive Diets with 24-hour Advance Notice
    • Unique Informative Area Orientation Presented at Breakfast Time
    • Pastry Selection and Fresh Fruit Upon Check in
    • Guest Service Area with Microwave, 24 hour access
    • Cork Screw and Wine Glasses
    • Microwave Popcorn
    • Lipton Instant Soup Packets
    • Teas, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Apple Cider Mix
    • Filtered Water Machine, Hot and Cold water available 24 hours
    • Freshly-Brewed Premium Coffee in Reception Area
    • Express Breakfast for Business Traveler

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    En-Suite Private Baths

    • All Rooms With Tub and Shower
    • Five Suites With Extra Large Two-Person Whirlpool
    • Luxurious Robes in VIP Rooms and Suites
    • High Quality Towels
    • Private Labeled Custom Herbal Soaps & Shampoo
    • Mouth Wash and Makeup Remover
    • Hair Dryers
    • Bedside Chocolates
    • Super Soft Water

    Custom Bedding & Mattresses

    • Premium Custom Mattresses
    • Monogrammed Linens
    • Choice of Pillow Firmness
    • Hand Pressed Sheets

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    Furnishings & Other Comfort Elements

    • Bottled Water
    • Satellite TV with 40 channels
    • Individual Room Climate Control
    • Comfortable Reading Chairs and Reading Lamps
    • VIP Suites with Rocker/Recliners and Sofa Beds
    • Irons and Ironing Boards
    • Roll away Beds Available
    • Writing Table or Desk
    • Bedside Alarm Clock Radios
    • Ice Buckets
    • Room Entrances from Balconies and Inside Corridor
    • Working Windows
    • In-Room Refrigerator or Designated Hallway Refrigerator

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    Property Amenities & Services

    • Large Grand Room Lounge
    • Honeymooners, no charge, breakfast in room first night of stay
    • Library of classic and newly-released DVD movies for in-room use
    • Free Parking
    • Quality glossy magazines in common area
    • Board Games, Puzzles, and Playing Cards Available
    • Resident Innkeepers on Site for Your Service
    • Loaner Umbrella Available For Rainy Day
    • Handicap Parking on Main Floor Level
    • Balcony with Tables and Chairs

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    For Your Safety & Comfort

    • Security Camera Surveillance in Common Areas
    • Horn & Strobe Fire Alarm System
    • Third Floor Egress
    • Generator Power in the Event of Power Outage
    • Garden Smokehouse for Guests Who Wish to Smoke
    • Exterior Motion Sensor Lighting
    • Maintain Monthly Certified Pest Control Protection with Eco-Friendly Products

    High Speed Internet & Technologies

    • Free WIFI
    • Copier
    • FAX and Scanner
    • Docks for iPod, iPhone, iPad in VIP Suites
    • DVD Players

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    Outdoor & Park Amenities

    • Farm Animals to Feed and Enjoy
    • Garden Feature Fountain
    • Backyard Park with Gazebo, Picnic Tables, Fire Pit
    • Gas Grill (upon request)
    • Park Bridge Over Honey Run Creek
    • Access to Neighboring Inn at Honey Run Hiking Trails
    • Secure indoor bicycle storage for guests with bicycles

    Special Services

    • Children Under Parental Supervision Welcome in Fred Gehrig Farmhouse and Innkeeper's Retreat
    • Massage and Reflexology Services available
    • Area Information presented daily at breakfast time
    • Local Dining Guide with Driving Directions with Innkeeper's recommendations

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    We are Green Friendly, implementing

    • Recycling Program
    • Energy Efficient Light Bulbs Placed Where Possible
    • Water Efficient Fixtures
    • Unused Room Amenities Distributed to 3rd World Health Projects

    Additional Amenity Items Available for Purchase

    • "Honey - I Forgot!" collection of personal care items

    Location in Ohio

    • Amish country lodging in Holmes County
    • 10 minutes to Berlin
    • 1 hour 45 minutes to Cleveland
    • 1 hour 50 minutes to Columbus

    The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast provides comfortable lodging and Amish-style cuisine to guests looking for a place to stay during their vacation or weekend getaway. Our accommodations are centrally located between Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, making it a great location to explore Amish Country near Berlin in Holmes County, Ohio.

  • Ohio Wedding Packages

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    Start your life together in our quiet natural setting and let us handle the details, making it simply perfect in every way! Our bed and breakfast is an ideal venue for an Ohio barn wedding near Columbus and Cleveland. Our inn can help plan an Amish-style wedding or reception.

    Vow Renewal Package ($350 plus cost of your room)

    Reaffirm your love and commitment to each other in a simple ceremony. May be inside our Great Room in front of the fireplace or outside under the chandelier-lit gazebo. This package includes:

    • Officiate
    • Bottle of sparkling juice for the Bride and Groom
    • Small bouquet of flowers
    • Commemorative photos using your camera (1/2 hour)
    • Enduring Love Gift Basket (contains: Married for Life book, 2 local cheeses, crackers, 8 oz. fine assorted Coblentz chocolates, fresh fruit). See Packages page for more details.

    Elopement Package ($450 plus cost of your room)

    Looking to "run away" for a simple yet elegant ceremony? This package is for you. May be inside our Great Room in front of the fireplace or outside under the chandelier-lit gazebo. We provide all the necessities you will need! This package includes:

    • Officiate
    • Bottle of sparkling juice for the Bride and Groom
    • Small wedding cake
    • Small bouquet of flowers
    • Commemorative photos using your camera (1/2 hour)
    • Honeymoon Gift Basket
    • Breakfast delivered to your room

    Add a couples massage for $170 (must be in VIP suite)

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    Intimate Wedding Package (Up to 15 guests)

    We offer small year round wedding packages with an outdoor or indoor option. Ceremony and reception are scheduled for a three hour time frame. Both packages include:

    • Officiate
    • Small bouquet for the Bride and Boutonniere for the Groom
    • Small wedding cake
    • Sparkling juice for the Bride and Groom
    • Breakfast served to newly wed's room

    Outdoor Wedding ($1,100 plus the cost of your room)

    Enjoy your ceremony outside in our beautiful backyard. Includes the required rental of a white canopy tent, tables, and chairs. A traditional Amish-style meal, with choice of two meats, will be served for the reception. Price of meal includes tax and gratuity.

    Indoor Wedding ($400 plus the cost of your room and meal at the Tarragon Restaurant)

    Have the ceremony inside in front of our fireplace and then have the reception at the Tarragon Restaurant next door. Price of the meal begins at $49 not including tax and gratuity.

    The couple is responsible for music, additional flowers, and photography. We would be happy to recommend local businesses in the area. Prices for this package are based on 15 people and may vary according to options chosen and number of guests.

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    Private Wedding Package (Up to 30 guests $2000 plus the cost of renting all Barn Inn guestrooms)

    This package requires rental of all of the guestrooms at the Barn Inn for two nights, which will provide exclusive access and privacy to the grounds. Designed for an outdoor ceremony, it must be held beneath a canopy and may be held from May through October. The reception may be held indoors in our dining room or outside under the canopy. The food and beverage service for this package is limited to three hours. This package includes:

    • Officiate
    • Canopy and chairs
    • Tables (if reception is outside)
    • Small bouquet for the Bride and Boutonniere for the Groom
    • Catered meal with traditional Amish-style food
    • Sparkling juice for the Bride and Groom
    • Wedding cake
    • Breakfast served to the newly wed's room
    • An Amish Buggy Escort is available for an additional cost

    The couple is responsible for music, additional flowers, and photography. We would be happy to recommend local businesses in the area. Prices for this package may vary according to options chosen.

    Rent The Entire Barn With the Private Wedding Package

    • Two Nights, Entire Barn Rental May-August: $4500
    • Two Nights, Entire Barn Rental September-October: $4700
  • History of The Barn

    The Barn Inn Bed & Breakfast history

    In the early 1900s, farmer and cheese maker Fred Gehrig and his family made and sold cheese from this homestead, once a 90 acre farm. Every day except Sunday, farmers brought their milk by horse and wagon or by truck to the cheese house. There was a time when Fred, with a truck drove and picked up milk from local farms.

    The cheese house had a basement where spring water flowed into a trough where the milk was cooled until it was made into cheese. The 250 to 300 pound wheels of cheese were taken by wheelbarrow to the basement of the house where they were cured in vats. The vats still exist in the basement of the house. Until the mid 1930s, cheese and other dairy products were sold wholesale and retail from an outside door leading to the basement.

    A 101 year old Amish man, who was Fred's handyman and cheese maker, shared his thoughts before he died in 1999. He recalled: "That's the third barn on the foundation.

    The first barn deteriorated and was replaced with a second barn before my time. In 1919, I saw a bolt of lightening that struck the barn, causing it to burn, and I helped build the present barn." Friends, family, neighbors and a general contractor joined in a community effort and had the barn rebuilt within a few months. All of the needed lumber was cut from the trees on the farm. In the present barn one can see evidence of the previous barns. There are beams with burn and scorch marks; and pegs and notches in beams that were previously in other positions. One hand hewn beam exists in the basement of the barn.

  • Area Information

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    Experience Holmes County, Ohio, where old-world traditions and fine craftsmanship transcend time. The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast serves as a perfect base for exploring museums, attractions, historic sites, hamlets, cheese, leather, quilt, and wood working shops, farmer's markets, Amish homes, bakeries; and, along the way, view incredible vistas of Amish farmers behind teams of draft horses, fields of wheat shocks, and horse and buggy travel.

    The innkeeper's share their "Amish life experiences" at breakfast time, brief you on special events taking place that day, will direct you to significant places to visit and help you plan your itinerary. This is a year around destination.

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    View our Events Calendar on our website to learn about unique cultural events, dramas and musicals, village festivals, and Amish school auctions that may be taking place during you stay. Following is a limited listing of many local and regional authentic cultural points of interest and mileages from The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast. With so many things to do and see, as well as places to go, there's sure to be something fun for everyone. Let us be your tourism guide so you know all the hot spots in the area.

    Every State highway throughout Holmes County has received the distinctive State and Federal scenic designation of Amish Country Byway.

    For more information and web site links to the attractions below, please visit our web page.

    Attractions, Shops, & Artisans

    • The Barn Inn Bed & Breakfast golfMuseums and Historical SitesAmish Country Essentials, 3.3 mi, Natural skin care products available
    • Broad Run Cheesehouse & Swiss Heritage Winery
    • Heini's Gourmet Market
    • Amish Home at Yoders
    • Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center/Behalt
    • Antique Emporium
    • Berlin Chile Traders, 5.4 mi, A delightful culinary shop featuring "hot" tastes
    • Berlin Creek Gallery, 5 mi, (Features outstanding selection of Amish scene art, frames, custom framing)
    • Berlin Village Gift Barn
    • Blue River Gallery
    • Bowden Bells & Garden Art
    • Breitenbach Wine Cellars
    • Charm Harness & Boot, 8.2 mi (Mens', ladies', kids' shoes and apparel available for sale)
    • The Barn Inn Bed & BreakfastCoblentz Chocolate Co.
    • Country Craft Cupboard
    • Country Gatherings
    • Creative Outlet Indian Store
    • Erb's Stove Center
    • The Farm at Walnut Creek
    • Gateway Place Wine
    • Gospel Book Store
    • Gramma Fannie's Quilt Barn
    • Guggisberg Cheese
    • Heini's Cheese Chalet
    • Helping Hands Quilt Shop
    • Hershberger's Antiques
    • Hershberger's Bakery & Farm
    • Hillcrest Orchard ABD
    • Historic Baltic Mill
    • Holmes County Flea Market
    • Holmes County Pottery
    • Holmes Power Equipment
    • Homespun Treasures
    • Jackson Street Gallery
    • John Yoder Amish Home in Sugarcreek
    • Kaufman's Kountry Accents
    • Keim Lumber Company
    • The Barn Inn Bed & Breakfast booksL & E Star Candles
    • Lehman's
    • Little Cottage Company
    • Lone Star Quilt Shop, 7.7 mi., Amish-made quilts and fabric
    • Longaberger Basket
    • Malabar Farm
    • Miller's Dry Goods
    • Moxie
    • Ms. Gadgets
    • Mt. Hope Fence
    • Mt. Hope Livestock Auction
    • Nature's Food Market
    • NFL Hall of Fame
    • Pine Tree Barn
    • Pioneer Loft
    • P. Graham Dunn
    • The Pottery Niche
    • Raber's Bike Shop
    • Raven's Glenn Winery
    • Rolling Ridge Ranch
    • Ruth's Amish Dolls
    • R.W. Leather
    • The Barn Inn Bed & Breakfast buildingSchool House Winery
    • Schrock's Amish Farm and Village
    • Shaker Antiques
    • Sharp Run Market
    • Silver Moon Winery
    • Sol's in Berlin
    • Somewhere Sewing
    • Starlight Antiques
    • Swartzentruber Quilts
    • The Trading Post Thrift Store
    • Tis the Season
    • Trumpet in the Land Outdoor Drama
    • Vogt General Store
    • Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market
    • Walnut Creek Cheese
    • Wendell August Forge
    • The Wilderness Center
    • Wilson's Country Creations
    • Winery at Perennial Vineyards
    • Yellow Butterfly Winery
    • Yoder Bargain Store
    • Zinck's Fabric Outlet
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    • Behalt Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center
    • Dennison Railroad Depot Museum
    • German Culture Museum
    • Gnadenhutten Historical Park & Museum
    • J. E. Reeves Victorian House
    • Millersburg Glass Museum
    • Roscoe Village
    • Schoenbrunn Village
    • Victorian House Museum
    • Warther Museum
    • Zoar Historic Village
    • Amish Country Riding Stables
    • Black Diamond Golf Course
    • Cabin Creek Golf
    • Fire Ridge Golf Course
    • Flying Ridge Hunt Club
    • Holmes County Trail Coalition
    • Loudonville Canoe Livery
    • Tree Frog Canopy Tours
  • How To Find Us

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    Listed below you will find directions and maps to The Barn Inn, our Holmes County, Ohio bed and breakfast, located in the heart of Amish Country. Our inn is a cozy and convenient alternative to hotel lodging in Millersburg or Berlin. Make The Barn Inn your home base for your Amish Country, Cleveland, or Columbus vacation. We look forward to hosting your stay. Before you set out on your journey, please also take note of the additional information below.

    Please Note: Our County road signs are small. Look Carefully. Also, as you enter Holmes and Wayne Counties, please be aware of slow-moving vehicles and horse-drawn buggies.

    Holmes County, well south of Ohio's snow belt, receives far less snowfall than Cleveland and northeast Ohio. Holmes County maintenance crews do an excellent job of clearing roads and providing for safe roadways. Please call us if you have any questions regarding winter road conditions.

    Your safety is important! Barn Inn guests are not held to their reservations in the event of weather advisories. Should adverse road conditions arise, and you should find it necessary to cancel, we ask that you call us. Please visit our policies page for more information.

    From the North

    From East Cleveland:

    1. Take Interstate 77 South through Canton to Exit 104
    2. Turn west onto St. Rt. 30 and travel approximately 7 mi. west to exit marked SR 62 W Millersburg. SR 62 West goes through Navarre, Wilmot, & Winesburg
    3. In Berlin turn right onto St. Rt. 39 and travel 1 mi.
    4. Turn right at Co. Rd. 201 (at Berlin Hickory Smokehouse)
    5. Travel 1 1/4 mi., turn left at Co. Rd. 203
    6. Go 2 1/4 mi. to The Barn Inn on left

    From West Cleveland:

    1. Take Interstate 71 south to Interstate 80 east to Int. 77 S through Canton
    2. Take exit 104
    3. Turn west onto SR 30 and travel approx. 7 mi. west
    4. Take exit marked SR 62 W Millersburg to Berlin
    5. In Berlin turn right onto St. Rt. 39 and travel 1 mi.
    6. Turn right at Co. Rd. 201 (at Berlin Hickory Smokehouse)
    7. Travel 1 1/4 mi., turn left at Co. Rd. 203
    8. Go 2 1/4 mi. to The Barn Inn on left

    From the East

    From Youngstown:

    1. Take Interstate 76 West or SR 224 West to Interstate 77 South
    2. Travel South through Canton to Exit 104. (Now follow the same directions from Exit #104 in the above paragraph)
    3. Turn West onto St. Rt. 30
    4. Travel approx. 7 mi. West on St. Rt. 30 to Exit marked St. Rt. 62 W Millersburg, through Navarre, Wilmot, & Winesburg
    5. In Berlin turn right onto St. Rt. 39
    6. About a mile out of Berlin, turn right onto Co. Rd. 201
    7. Travel about 1 1/4 mi. and turn left onto Co. Rd. 203
    8. Go 2 1/4 mi to The Barn Inn on left

    From the South

    From Marietta:

    1. Take Interstate 77 North to Exit #83 (Dover, Sugarcreek)
    2. Travel West on St. Rt. 39 through Sugarcreek, Walnut Creek and Berlin
    3. About a mile West of Berlin, turn right onto County Rd. #201
    4. Travel about 1 1/4 mi. and turn left onto County Rd. #203
    5. Go 2 1/4 miles to The Barn Inn; highly visible on left

    From the South

    From Columbus:

    1. From NE Columbus take St. Rt. 62 East to Millersburg
    2. Just south of Millersburg Rt. 62 will merge with St. Rt. 83
    3. At that junction turn left, following 62/83 North to Jackson St., the main street in Millersburg, and St. Rt. 39
    4. The Holmes County Courthouse is on the right-hand corner
    5. Turn right onto Jackson St.
    6. Go two blocks and turn left onto State Route 241
    7. Follow State Route 241 uphill and downhill, North out of town for approx (2 1/4 mi)
    8. At the bottom of a long hill, turn right onto County Rd. #203 (look for large tan building on right)
    9. On the N. side of that building is C.R. #203 and turn right
    10. Travel East 1 1/2 mi to The Barn Inn on right

    From the South

    From Cincinnati:

    1. Take Interstate 71 to Columbus. Travel to NE Columbus
    2. From NE Columbus take St. Rt. 62 East to Millersburg
    3. Just south of Millersburg Rt. 62 will merge with St. Rt. 83
    4. At that junction turn left, following 62/83 North to Jackson St., the main street in Millersburg, and St. Rt. 39
    5. The Holmes County Courthouse is on the right-hand corner
    6. Turn right onto Jackson St.
    7. Go two blocks and turn left onto State Route 241
    8. Follow State Route 241 uphill and downhill, North out of town for approx (2 1/4 mi)
    9. At the bottom of a long hill, turn right onto County Rd. #203 (look for large tan building on right)
    10. On the N. side of that building is C.R. #203 and turn right
    11. Travel East 1 1/2 mi to The Barn Inn on right

    From the South

    From East Dayton:

    1. Take Interstate 70 to Columbus. Travel to NE Columbus and follow directions from Columbus
    2. From NE Columbus take St. Rt. 62 East to Millersburg
    3. Just south of Millersburg Rt. 62 will merge with St. Rt. 83
    4. At that junction turn left, following 62/83 North to Jackson St., the main street in Millersburg, and St. Rt. 39
    5. The Holmes County Courthouse is on the right-hand corner
    6. Turn right onto Jackson St.
    7. Go two blocks and turn left onto State Route 241
    8. Follow State Route 241 uphill and downhill, North out of town for approx (2 1/4 mi)
    9. At the bottom of a long hill, turn right onto County Rd. #203 (look for large tan building on right)
    10. On the N. side of that building is C.R. #203 and turn right
    11. Travel East 1 1/2 mi to The Barn Inn on right

    From the West

    From East Toledo:

    1. Take St. Rt. 20 East to Norwalk
    2. Follow St. Rt. 250 East to Wooster
    3. From Wooster take St. Rt. 83 South to Millersburg
    4. You will come to a traffic light in Millersburg
    5. Turn left onto Jackson St., which is also St. Rt. 39
    6. Go two blocks and turn left onto State Route 241
    7. Follow State Route 241 uphill and downhill, North out of town for approx (2 1/4 mi)
    8. At the bottom of a long hill, turn right onto County Rd. #203 (look for large tan building on right)
    9. On the N. side of that building is C.R. #203 and turn right
    10. Travel East 1 1/2 mi to The Barn Inn on right
  • The Barn Inn Features

    The Inn offers guests more than just a bedroom. Available to all guests is a large sitting room with a fireplace that extends 33 feet, the height of the barn. There are tables for games, sofas for reading, and coffee, teas, and light snacks provided. Soft background music offers an atmosphere for relaxation and pleasure. Amenities vary according to accommodation; please inquire for specifics.

    Innkeepers, Paul & Loretta Coblentz are dedicated to making your an enjoyable and memorable stay.

    Amenities

    • 11 private guest rooms, each with private bath
    • Each room opens to a balcony
    • Each room has individual climate control (AC/heat)
    • Six VIP rooms with whirlpool tubs
    • Satellite TV in each room
    • Lounge area
    • Fireplaces
    • Wireless internet service
    • Jacuzzis
    • Vaulted ceilings
    • In-room sofas and recliners
    • Ironing boards and irons
    • Hair dryers
    • TV/VCR/DVD with movie library
    • Decks with tables & chairs
    • Common area microwave
    • Freezer/refrigerators
    • Complimentary pastries, popcorn, teas, coffee, and hot chocolate
    • A farm-country breakfast served daily in the dining room
    • 24-hour on site staff
 
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