The Pine Loft

10236 Township Road 262, Millersburg, Ohio 44654
Innkeeper(s): Bobby and Beth Hershberger
  • Introduction

    Pine Loft Bed and Breakfast in Millersburg, OhioBobby, Beth and Brooke Hershberger have been operating the Pine Loft Bed and Breakfast in Millersburg Ohio since Spring of 2000. Lodging is located on a 100 + acre farm. 

    The Pine Loft rests on a hill surrounded by farmland where guests can take in the peaceful beauty of the countryside. One may see wild turkeys and deer as they walk the mowed paths around the farm.


    Pine Loft Bed Breakfast cows

    The Pine Loft Bed Breakfast - Millersburg, Ohio

  • 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 Beth Hershberger for sharing her own secrets with!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    Peace, quiet, retreat away from hustle/bustle.

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

    Friendly hospitality, coffee cake, very clean and comfortable accommodations, value-priced
    Located in the middle of a 100+ acre working farm, close to shopping areas. Peaceful setting.
    The setting and view (located on top of a hill with view all around countryside)

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

    Holmes County is the center of the largest Amish Community in U.S.

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

    One of the most complimentary comments received: "Since we are teachers, we feel it necessary to you give you an A+ on the report card for every possible category: cleanliness, hospitality, a reasonable price, and attention to every possible detail. Of course, God made the natural surroundings, and we were overwhelmed by the tranquility and serenity, which enveloped us during our stay. I hardly have to add that we definitely plan to return.”

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    Hospitality! You will find people willing to take time to answer questions or offer information about the area.

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

    Furniture Stores with quality, locally made hardwood furniture
    Antique stores
    Thrift stores
    Craft stores
    Lehman's Hardware in Kidron, P. Graham Dunn - inspirational art work with factory and main store in Dalton, OH

    Museums: Warther Museum (in Dover) 
    Victorian House in Millersburg
    Millersburg Glass

    Family/Children: The Farm at Walnut Creek has all kinds of animals and offer wagon rides
    Coshocton Water Park in summer
    Rails to Trails is a 15 mile paved old railroad bed that connects Fredericksburg to Killbuck - can bike, walk, buggies travel on here

    State Park: Mohican State Park

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    We are rural--we have a mile of mowed walking paths around our farm; you can see the heifers grazing in the pastures;

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Blue Moon Bistro; East Main Kitchen; Bags Sports Pub; Coblentz Chocolates!!

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    The Pine Loft has one room with two queen beds and sleeper sofa; 

    Do you accept pets?

    We do not accept pets, but recommend the following boarding facilities:
    East Holmes Veterinary Clinic: (330) 893-2057


  • Pine Loft

    Pine Loft Bed  Breakfast foliageThe Pine Loft offers a great value for excellent accommodations in the Amish community of Holmes County. With its two queen-sized beds and sleeper sofa, the Pine Loft can accommodate four people comfortably. Amenities include a private bath, skylights, gas fireplace, flat-screen TV , reading materials, games, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning. The kitchenette is outfitted with microwave, fridge, coffee maker, sink, serving utensils and the makings for your self-serve continental breakfast: coffee cake, bread, juice, milk, cereal, fruit, coffee, teas and hot chocolate.

    Children: We enjoy children and because of the size of the Loft, fireplace, and the flight of steps to the Loft, we allow children ages 12 and older as guests. We care about safety and comfortability for our guests. Thank You.

    Area attractions include shopping opportunities (locally made hardwood furniture, antiques, crafts, P. Graham factory and store), museums (such as Millersburg Glass), Amish restaurants and Mohican State Park.

  • Guest Comments

    The Hershbergers have hosted many guests and continue to enjoy the friendships they have made over the years. They invite you to see why guests return year after year:

    The Pine LoftPine Loft Bed  Breakfast sunset

    “We enjoyed the coffee cake and hearing the wind blowing through the trees and cornstalks...such a change from the noise of the city.”

    “Enjoyed another nice visit to your farm. It is such a pretty, peaceful area. Took a nice long walk this morning with Nellie at our side, worked up an appetite for the great coffee cake.”

    “Thank you Beth and Bobby for your warm hospitality in this oasis of peace and beauty. My spirit is always refreshed and renewed after spending a night here. Watching morning dawn over the cornfields was especially beautiful.”

    “What a terrific space to use as our home base while exploring Holmes County. Great value in pricing as well compared to other places we’ve stayed. We were looking for a “non-commercial” place to stay and we certainly found it here.”


  • Location and Directions

    Pine Loft Bed  Breakfast directionsThe Pine Loft isapproximately 10 minutes west of Millersburg. We are located about one mile north of State Route 39, the designated scenic highway, which takes you to Millersburg, Berlin, Walnut Creek, Sugarcreek. (Note: The Rails to Trails bike/hiking path can be accessed in Millersburg--the 15 mile trail now connects Fredericksburg to Killbuck.)

    1. From the square of Millersburg take 39 WEST five miles
    2. Turn RIGHT on Township Road 265 (Landmark: TR 265 is just beyond a farm on your right with 2 silos.)
    3. Stop at the FIRST crossroad (265 and 262)
    4. Turn LEFT on TR 262. The Pine Loft is the first place on the LEFT

    Road signs are not very big in Holmes County, so pay extra attention to directions and landmarks!