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Situated at the door to Ohio's Amish Country, the Hasseman House Bed & Breakfast invites you to unpack your bags and relax in our warm and charming, early 1900 Victorian home. The Hasseman House sits on 300 beautiful acres of farmland. The tranquil countryside offers rest and enjoyment for those seeking a peaceful getaway.
For reservations please contact Innkeepers Jason & Jenny Fawks Via Phone or Email. :)
About The Inn
The Hasseman House is part of the Amish Door Restaurant & Village, which includes the Amish Door Restaurant, The Inn at Amish Door, Amish Door Bakery, Gallery Gift Shop, Amish Door Market and Country Loft. The Hasseman House is located 1/2 mile West of the Amish Door Restaurant on an Organic Amish Farm (Wholesome Valley Farm).
Furnished with late 1800 antique furniture, the Hasseman House Bed & Breakfast is indeed a step back into a bygone era. Each room is a visual delight, and you will fall in love with the intricate woodwork and original stained glass. The entire Bed & Breakfast surrounds you with charm and beauty from the kitchen, parlor, and dining room on the first floor, to the Attic Suite at the top of the house featuring soaring ceilings, a sitting area, and private bath.
The Hasseman House features four cozy guest rooms, each with private baths. Two of the rooms offer Jacuzzis. After a restful nights sleep, enjoy a Full Country Breakfast in the dining room.
Innkeepers, Jason and Jenny Fawks look forward to making your stay at the Hasseman House Bed & Breakfast a truly memorable experience. Please feel free to contact them regarding reservations or if you have any questions about the Hasseman House. Jason (The Musical Innkeeper!) regularly plays piano at the Amish Door Restaurant (Saturdays: 3:30-7:30 p.m.). He would be delighted to share music from one of his 10+ instruments with you! (Per Request)
- Four cozy rooms furnished with antiques
- Charming 'attic' honeymoon suite
- Full breakfast included
- Free Wi-Fi
- Air Conditioning
- Satellite TV in each room
- Private baths, two with Jacuzzis
- Pool & Hot Tub privileges at the Inn at Amish Door
- Immediate access to the nature trail with hiking trail and walking paths
- Catch & Release Fishing at our Pond
- Gift cards available
- Walk-ins welcome
- Located on Amish Farm - Wholesome Valley Farm
- Open Year Round
Allow the Hasseman House Bed & Breakfast to serve as your home away from home when you come to explore beautiful Amish Country. Make reservations today for that much-needed romantic getaway or reserve the entire bed & breakfast for that special family occasion.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Jason Fawks for sharing his own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Travelers stay with us because we offer warm hospitality, comfortable rooms, and a tasty country breakfast. We are an historic Victorian B&B located in Amish country on a scenic farm with 300 rolling acres to explore including a nature trail and stocked pond. The setting is perfect for taking a break from busy lives and enjoying the beauty of God's creation. We are also located centrally to many of the main attractions in the Holmes County Amish Country.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
We (Jason & Jenny) have been onsite Innkeepers for almost 10 years. Jason, the “musical Innkeeper”, plays piano Saturday’s at the Amish Door Restaurant. Most mornings while serving a full breakfast Jason shares music from one of his many instruments including harp and dulcimer. The Hasseman House is unique in its historic charm and amazing woodwork. We love the opportunity we have as Innkeepers to live and serve here in such a terrific place in Amish Country.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
We are located in Holmes County, home of the largest Amish settlement in the world. Many are drawn to the beautiful countryside and simple way of life reflected in our culture.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
The many reviews posted by guests who share how they felt like they were at home and that we made them feel “more like family rather than guests!”
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
The Amish are amazing people who live a simple life, but are just ordinary people like you and me. They are friendly, community oriented people and welcome strangers as if they already know you.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
There are so many things to do in Amish Country that are unique to our area. Guests can tour Amish farms and homes, visit old-time Lehman’s Hardware, buy Amish furniture, go horseback riding, and much more. See our list of local attractions on our website.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Yes, we have a nature trail that comes out near the Amish Door Restaurant and Village.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
We love the home cooking of the Amish restaurants in the area and our personal favorite is V’Li’s Thai cuisine in Canal Fulton.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
The best site we think is: www.visitamishcountry.com/ sponsored by the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce.
How many rooms does your inn have?
We have four rooms/suites each with their own character and unique antique furniture. .
Do you accept pets?
We do not allow pets, but our nearby Veterinary clinic offers boarding with the attitude that “Pets are like our children”.
The Hasseman House was built in 1900 by two brothers from France, Fred and Emanuel Serquet. Their dream was to build the biggest house in Holmes County. They even invited their French friends over from France to help them build the house.
The Hasseman's purchased the farm from the brothers in 1919 and farmed there until Milo and Katherine Miller purchased the house and an additional 75 acres at an auction in June of 1994. The Millers traveled as far as the New England states to find just the right antiques to decorate the house. The house contains all original stained glass, woodwork, and wooden floors.
Two of the rooms were named after the Hasseman's children. Rhea's room was named after their only daughter and the Boy's room was named after the two boys, Theron and Doyle, who have passed away. Theron never married, but farmed the land until a few months before the auction. Rhea Hasseman - still living- is now Rhea Regula, former Ohio Congressman Ralph Regula's sister-in-law.
What Guests are saying...(From our Guest book)
"Beautiful get-away. Very relaxing. Thank you" --- Strongsville, OH Oct. 2012
"Beautiful old house! Gracious hosts" --- Statesville, NC Dec. 2012
"Will definitely be back!" --- Westerville, OH Jan. 2013
"First B&B. What a pleasure! Thank you!" --- The Buckmans, West Virginia, July 201
"We enjoy it here so much! It was so peaceful and a wonderful trip. We will definitely be back!"---The Doyles, Columbus, Ohio August 2013
"Felt like we went back in time!" --- The Kuhls, Milan, OH, January 2014
"Excellent experience & hospitality - really enjoyed the musical breakfast & conversation" --- Columbus, OH, January 2014
"Wonderful*****Best night Sleep, wonderful breakfast" The Halls, WV, March 2014
"Lovely house and wonderful hosts" --- Traverse City, MI, March 2014
"Breakfast with your harp was wonderful. Our first visit to a B&B and we will be doing this again" --- The Millers, WV June 2014
"Thank you for a lovely room, beautiful hospitality & delicious breakfast!"--- The Vays, PA, 2014
"Our home away from home"--- The Dion's, October 2015
"Thank you! Wonderful Stay! A Gift From God!! Truly!"--- The Stromsky's, January 2016
"We were blessed!"---The Gwin's, February 2017
The Gateway to Amish Country
Across the rolling farmland, you can hear the clip clop of a buggy passing by. This is authentic Amish Country, where the food is homemade and the pace of life is easy going. The Amish Door Village is a great escape and a great value with an award-winning restaurant, elegant Victorian Inn and B&B, shopping, dinner theater, bakery, conference / banquet center, nature trail, and more than 300 acres of the farm to explore. Enjoy our famous broasted chicken, home-baked bread and pies. Open for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Shop in our old-fashioned general store, bakery or gift shops. Laugh at wholesome, family-friendly dinner theater or gospel concerts. Stay in the luxurious Inn at Amish Door. Gather for weddings, meetings or any special occasion. Open all year. Restaurant & shops closed Sundays.
Local Attractions.....Lots to do in Amish Country!
- Amish Door Restaurant & Village
- Lehman's Old-Fashioned Hardware
- Heini's Cheese Chalet
- Amish Furniture Shopping
- Amish Home at Yoders
- Antique Shopping
- Amish Country Flea Markets
- Troyer's Trail Balogna
- Coblentz Chocolate
- Amish Heartland Tours (330) 893-3248
- Horse Back Rides (330) 893-3600
- Jacob's Classic Carriage (330) 674-1781
- Wholesome Valley Farm (330) 359-2129
- Warther Carving Museum
- Rails to Trails Biking
- Schrock's Amish Farm Village
- Heini's Cheese Chalet
- Rolling Ridge Ranch
- Wilderness Center
- Wendell August Forge
- Keim Lumber
- Pro Football Hall of Fame
- First Ladie's Library
- McKinley Museum
- Shearer's Potato Chip Outlet Store
- Canton Classic Car Museum
- Baylor Beach Campground & Water Park
How To Find Us
The Hasseman House Bed & Breakfast is located in Wilmot, Ohio, ½ Mile West from the Amish Door Restaurant & Village, On US Route 62 next to the Wholesome Valley Farm/1881 Antique Barn.
Directions to The Amish Door Village
An easy drive two hours north on 71, east on US 30 and continuing east on US 250. When you get to Wilmot, follow the signs in!
Head down 77, continuing south on 21 and OH 93, follow US 62 West and watch for the signs to lead you the rest of the way. You’ll be here in about an hour!
Maybe you could smell the apple pie; you’re less than an hour away! Follow 77 South to US 250 West until you get to Wilmot. It’s that easy.
You can be here in just a couple hours. Take US 22 West for about an hour, then continue west on US 250 and keep on as it merges with US 800 North. Jog up 77 North and head west on US 250. In ten minutes you’ll start smelling the broasted chicken!
Follow the signs to stay on US 250 West until you hit 77, which you’ll take to the north. Exit at US 250 West and keep cruising to Wilmot. Turn on the ballgame and you’ll be here before the fifth inning.
From Cambridge / 77 South:
Hop up 77, and take US 250 to the west until you find Wilmot.An hour and change.