Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins
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From the single traveler to families visiting Amish Country, you are certain to find something that fits your needs at Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins.
Constructed of solid white pine logs, Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins’ honey-toned interior wood walls provide a sense of warmth. Amenities in the lodge’s suites and guest rooms include one or two queen-sized beds, a sleeper sofa (Maple and Fontana rooms only), baths with one or two person whirlpool tubs, fireplaces (in most) and TVs for viewing videos. Two of the rooms are wheelchair accessible. Both suites and one guest room have a kitchenette; two others have mini fridges and microwaves. Each cabin is outfitted with a queen-sized bed, sleeper sofa, two-person Jacuzzi, gas-log fireplace framed by a stone mantle, a TV for viewing videos, a full kitchen, and a porch. Wi-Fi is available in all lodging options.
Plan out your day over the continental breakfast of homemade muffins and sweet rolls, fresh fruit, cereal, juice, coffee and tea (note: some menu items vary from day to day). Settle into the porch swings or rocking chairs on the wrap-around porch. Explore the property’s flower gardens or go fishing on its spring-fed pond. Being close to various villages, you can visit Amish farms and ride a buggy, or shop for antiques, crafts, handcrafted wood furniture, quilts, Coblentz Chocolates, and get a good deal on spices and nuts from local Bulk Food Stores.
Located in the heart of Holmes County in Millersburg, Ohio's beautiful Amish Country, Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins welcomes you to experience the peace and quiet of the country where the land is farmed in the old-fashioned way.
Listen to the clip clop of horse's hooves, the croaking of the frogs and the singing of the katydids as twilight falls. Our wrap-around porch provides ample room to sit and enjoy the sights and sounds that abound.
Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins is conveniently located near Berlin, Mt. Hope, Millersburg, Walnut Creek, Winesburg, and Sugarcreek. Some attractions in the area include cheese making, hand-crafted wooden furniture, small craft items, quilt shops, Amish farms to visit and take a buggy ride, and The "Behalt"—a mural which depicts the history of the Amish and Mennonites dating from 1525 to the present.
Sugarcreek is known as the Little Switzerland of Ohio; in Walnut Creek you'll want to stop for a sample of Coblentz Chocolates and a tour through the beautiful Carlisle House gift shop. On Wednesday you'll be able to visit the Mt. Hope livestock auction, produce market, and flea market. Several area Bulk Food Stores offer you a way to save substantially on food items such as spices, nuts, and flavorings.
Last but not least is the food, food, food—cooked to mouth-watering perfection! Every turn in the road offers you another good restaurant to try out.
Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins, constructed of solid white pine logs, offers all the accommodations of home with a scenic view of the spring-fed pond, meadows and fields, farmed in the old fashioned way. Enjoy the sights and sounds from the rocking chairs and porch swings on the wrap-around porch.
We invite you to come and be our guest at the Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins.
We look forward to meeting you!
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Ruth Yoder for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
We’ve been here since 1995 and have developed close relationships with a very faithful clientele.
What are you best known for?
A quiet picturesque setting.
What makes your inn unique?
The log cabin décor and ambience.
What do you love most about your inn?
The privilege of meeting so many interesting people from all over the world.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
To see the Amish way of life and enjoy the beautiful countryside, good food, and other unique merchandise that is available here.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
Many people tell us that Fields of Home is their first choice of places to stay in Ohio's Amish country.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
The interesting shops on the back roads.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
There are so many places to visit in this area and it all depends on the interests of the person. There are many auctions, antique shops, furniture factories, produce and meat markets, quilt and craft shops, and farms open to visitors as well as many good restaurants, etc.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
The property around the inn has some beautiful flower gardens with inviting places to sit and a well stocked pond for fishing. Across the fence, the cows and horses are quite an attraction for some of our city friends.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
The restaurants in this area are all very good.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
A continental breakfast is served daily in the dining room/common room area for those staying in the lodge.
Breakfast includes items such as fresh fruit, cereals, juices, coffees, teas, homemade muffins, and sweet rolls. Your hostess will be happy to share recipes, as well as information about the area and the customs and beliefs of the people who make Holmes County so unique.
About Our Guest Rooms
Fields of Home offers a variety of rooms, suites, and individual cabins. All have private baths. Some rooms feature standard-size whirlpool tubs, while others have two person whirlpool tubs. The suites feature kitchenettes and fireplaces, while the cabins offer complete kitchens, fireplaces, and more privacy without breakfast.
For your enjoyment, a variety of books, games, and magazines are readily available, along with complimentary coffee, teas, and soft drinks. We also offer free wireless internet access.
How to Find Us
Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins is located 5 miles northwest of Berlin on County Road 201.
- Approximately .5 mile west of Berlin, turn north off of SR 39 onto CR 201.
- Go north for approximately 4.5 miles.
- Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins will be on the right. (Watch for the sign.)