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Things to Do

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 area 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. View our Events Calendar on facebook to learn about unique cultural events, dramas and musicals, village festivals other activities 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.

Check our other page, Amish Business Directory, for a partial listing of Amish-owned businesses conveniently located near the inn that do not have websites. Businesses listed below that are Amish owned are marked ABD and their information is on the Amish Business Directory page.

Community

Giving back to the community is the cornerstone of who we are as a business and is a reflection of our mission to contribute to the lives of the people in our area.

The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast has been a partnering inn of the Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns since its inception in 2008. Original owner and founder of The Barn Inn, Loretta Coblentz, is the Chairperson of the Christmas Cookie Tour Committee who is responsible for the continuation and success of this annual charity event.

Over the last ten years, the Cookie Tour of Inns has donated over $112,000 to local charities, fulfilling its mission, which is to provide "An Ohio Amish Country Lodging Council showcasing event which exists to benefit local charities".

Each year, charity selections are based on a sincere desire to make an impact on the life of the local community. The Amish Country Lodging Council has chosen Lifecare Hospice for the last several years due to the wonderful care that they provide for patients and families during what can be very trying times. Likewise, the Council has chosen to create a $25,000 scholarship endowment with the Holmes County Education Foundation for the purpose of assisting eligible Holmes County residents in their pursuit of secondary education to prepare for an occupation in the hospitality industry. The endowment has been carefully planned to ensure that students who are awarded the scholarship will continue to receive it for the duration of their pursuit of their bachelor's degree.

To learn more about the Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns, visit their website here. Stay tuned each year on our website and social media to see if the Barn is a participant in a particular year's Tour.

Attractions, Shops, & Artisans

Amish Country Soap Company
4826 E. Main, Berlin (330) 674-3088
They specialize in selling their own handmade soaps and lotions while also featuring candles, decor items, potpourri and pottery, many of which are Amish made here in Holmes County. Closed on Sundays. Hours: M-F 9am-5pm Sat: 9am-5pm

Amish Home at Yoders
6050 SR 515, (330) 893-2541
Tour two homes, guides explain culture and lifestyle, buggy rides, school house tour, May-Oct 31, Mon-Sat 10am– 5. Open Memorial Day, July 4, & Labor Day.

Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center/Behalt
5789 CR 77, Berlin (330) 893-3192 or (877) 858-4634
Your first stop in Amish Country! Interpretive tour of stunning 265-ft circular mural depicting Amish & Mennonite history, plus video displays. Conestoga wagon, one-room schoolhouse, bookstore, gift shop, and local crafts. Open year round. Mon-Sat 9am-5pm. (June-Oct: Fri-Sat 9am-8pm) Closed Sunday

Antique Emporium
113 W Jackson St Millersburg, 12pm – 5pm
A wide variety of antiques housed in an old hardware store built in 1873

Ashery Country Store
8922 SR 241, Fredericksburg (330) 359-5615
Offering bulk foods, cheese, meats, spices, pastas, baking supplies, nuts, snack mixes, candies, etc. A must is Cecil's Custard, it is amazing. Mon-Sat 8am-5pm. From Rachel Miller's home, travel south on SR 241 to location on right hand side

Charm Harness & Boot
4432 CR 70, Charm (330) 893-0402
Men's, ladies', and kid's shoes and apparel. Work, western, hiking and more! Hours: Mon & Tues 7:30am-5pm. Wed & Fri 7:30am-7pm. Thurs & Sat 7:30am-3pm.

Coblentz Chocolate Co.
4917 SR 515, Walnut Creek, (330) 893-2995 or 800-338-9341
Wide selection of chocolates designed for many occasions and interests. Watch chocolates being made. Open July-October Mon-Sat 9a.m.-6p.m., Nov-June 9am-5pm

David Warther Carvings Gift Shop
1775 SR 39, Sugarcreek Ohio 44681
A fifth-generation carver of Swiss heritage, is continuing his family's carving legacy in the center of Ohio's beautiful Amish country. The carvings created by Warther depict the "History of the Ship" from 1st Dynasty Egypt, 3000 B.C. to the present day, and collectively form an artistic and highly educational exhibit. With over 80 major works in the collection, David carves daily in his on-site workshop to add to this unique and amazing display. Open 9am-5pm Monday – Saturday. Closed Sundays and July 4th.

The Farm at Walnut Creek
4147 CR 114, Sugarcreek, 44681 (330) 893-4200
A working Amish farm and exotic animal park located close to Walnut Creek. April - October, Monday – Saturday, 9am until one hour before sunset. Seasonal.

Guggisberg Cheese
5060 SR 557, Millersburg (330) 893-2500 or 800-262-2505
Home of the Original Baby Swiss. Watch cheese being made, cuckoo clocks, Swiss building surrounded by flowers, nestled in the hills of Doughty Valley. No smoking. Handicap accessible. Summer hours: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm, Sun 11am-4pm. winter hours: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm. Open Sundays.

Holmes County Flea Market
4550 SR 39, Berlin (330) 893-0900
Mar - Aug & Nov-Dec: Thu-Sat 9am-5pm; Sept 24-Oct 19: Tues.-Sat. 9am-5pm. New location of the original flea market on the east edge of Berlin, Many vendors, antiques, quilts, fresh meats and cheeses, etc. Opens March 5!

Homespun Treasures
3147 SR 39 Walnut Creek, OH 44687 (330) 893-2134
Located between Berlin and Walnut Creek. Offering primitive home accessories. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm. Call for extended hours in the summer and fall or for special events.


Keim Lumber Company
4465 SR 557, Charm (330) 893-2251 or 800-362-6682
This is another exceptional stop. Over 120,000 square feet of showroom – a must-go-to for woodworkers. Open Mon 7 - 7, Tue-Fri 7 - 4:30, Sat 7:30-noon

Miller's Dry Goods
St. Rt. 557 in Charm (330) 893-9899
Offers the largest selection of quilting fabrics and supplies

Moxie
The ultimate clothing boutique located in downtown Berlin. They offer clothing for both men and women and sell one-of-a-kind furniture pieces.

Mt. Hope Livestock Auction
8076 SR 241, Mt. Hope, 330-674-6188
The Mt. Hope auction hosts a variety of different sales throughout the year. Its weekly livestock and produce auctions sell a range of stock and farm supplies. They have flea market inside building. The auction also holds several periodic sales.

Pine Tree Barn
located NE of Millersburg, north of Shreve, SR 226, 10am-5pm
Dutch barn restored into 25,000 square ft. of gifts, furniture, Christmas shop, Williamsburg shop, 18th Century decorating and gourmet lunch restaurant.

Ohio Star Theater
1357 Old Route 39, Sugarcreek, Box office: 877-722-7547
Spend a fun-filled, family-friendly evening enjoying a memorable performance at the Ohio Star Theater at Dutch Valley. From unforgettable characters to old-fashioned simplicity and non-stop laughter, this is the place to let your heart sing and your spirit soar.

P. Graham Dunn
630 Henry St. Dalton, OH 44618, 866-922-0306
Offering inspirational inscription carved into wood by laser technology. Also, hardwood furniture, plaques, decorative accessories, etc.

The Pottery Niche
3371 Twp. Rd. 154, Millersburg
The largest selection of Polish pottery in North Ohio.

Starlight Antiques
(across from 1876 Salon), West Jackson St. 10am–4pm.
Lots of antiques and collectibles specializing in Victorian, country and primitive. Also has great folk art accessories and accents to compliment the antiques! Lots of nooks and crannies to explore! Ask about their furniture in the rough!

Vogt General Store
6501 SR 515 Winesburg (330) 893-2544
Located 2 1/2 miles south of Winesburg, established in 1888. Through the years the store has evolved from a grocery store to a picker's haven. Anything from old tools, glassware, and antiques to a turn of a century Flatwall Cupboard.
This store has something for everyone. Come and meet the owner Gwen Wendling, enjoy the vast knowledge and heritage she brings to the area. So, if picking is your thing, this is a must stop.

Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market
April-December, Thurs, Fri, Sat, 9-5 Located on SR 39 between Sugarcreek and Walnut Creek, 330-201-2183 or 330-897-2222
17.6 mi., weekly entertainment, indoor shopping, eateries, a miniature farm and more. wcfleamarket.com

Walnut Creek Cheese
2641 SR 39, Walnut Creek (330) 852-2888 or 877-852-2888
Visit this village of shops, including The Copper Kettle Cannery for jams and mustards; Butterchurn Kitchen for gifts; Walnut Creek Cheese for cheese, smoked meats, and bulk foods; and Mudd Valley Creamery for huge ice cream cones! Open Mon-Thurs and Sat 8am-6pm, Fri 8am-8pm

Wendell August Forge
7007 CR 672, Berlin (330) 893-3713
Handcrafted, hand-hammered metal giftware. Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm; Apr-Dec Mon-Sat 9am-6pm. Closed Sundays.

Yoder Bargain Store
7802 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg
Off Salt Creek Road, turn north where you see a little sign and the rock for the store; the rock with Yoder Bargain Store painted on it. Travel up their blacktop lane for a long distance (7 families live here). It will curve to the right and then the left around a house and on a few hundred feet to a place where you can park. The building has a small sign indicating the entrance. There are two floors to the store. Mrs. Yoder wholesales to other Amish stores and offers a wide variety stainless, glassware, toys, and novelty items. Mon – Sat 8am–5pm. Closed Sunday and all Amish holidays

Zinck's Fabric Outlet
4568 SR 39, Millersburg, (330) 893-7225
Family owned retail and wholesale fabric and textile store. Located just outside of Berlin going towards Walnut Creek.

Museums and Historical Sites

Behalt Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center
5789 CR 77, Berlin (330) 893-3192 or (877) 858-4634
Your first stop in Amish Country! Interpretive tour of stunning 265-ft circular mural depicting Amish & Mennonite history, plus video displays. Conestoga wagon, one-room schoolhouse, bookstore, gift shop, and local crafts. Open year round. Mon-Sat 9am-5pm. (June-Oct: Fri-Sat 9am-8pm) Closed Sunday

David Warther Carvings & Gift Shop
1775 SR 39, Sugarcreek Ohio 44681
A fifth-generation carver of Swiss heritage, is continuing his family's carving legacy in the center of Ohio's beautiful Amish country. The carvings created by Warther depict the "History of the Ship" from 1st Dynasty Egypt, 3000 B.C. to the present day, and collectively form an artistic and highly educational exhibit. With over 80 major works in the collection, David carves daily in his on-site workshop to add to this unique and amazing display. Open 9am-5pm Monday – Saturday. Closed Sundays and July 4th.

Dennison Railroad Depot Museum
38.6 mi., Explore the history at this train station where kids can ride on the trains! dennisondepot.org

German Culture Museum
9.8 mi., Hundreds of displays that can answer questions you may have about the Amish history and culture. Tours available by reservation. germanculturemuseum.com

Gnadenhutten Historical Park & Museum
42.5 mi., Check out the artifacts and history of the first settlement in Ohio back in 1772.

J. E. Reeves Victorian House
25.8 mi., Carefully restored Victorian home and museum in Dover. doverhistory.org

Millersburg Glass Museum
3.4 mi., Featuring exhibits of glass produced in the early 1900's.

Roscoe Village
SR 83 & US 36 in Coshocton, 1-800-877-1830
A restored 1830's canal town, with festivals & special events some weekends throughout year. Check website for seasonal hours. Only shops open in off season.

Schoenbrunn Village
32.6 mi., Where Ohio's first settlement began. ohiosfirstvillage.com

Victorian House Museum
3.7 mi., Victorian Mansion featuring 28 rooms with self-guided tours and special holiday events. victorianhouse.org

Warther Museum
24.2 mi., carving, button collecting, and more! Come see the family legacy. warthers.com

Recreation

Amish Country Riding Stables
6.5 mi., Horseback riding and sleigh rides in the winter time

Black Diamond Golf Course
9 mi., 18 holes, driving range, located in the rolling hills of Holmes County. blackdiamondgolfcourse.com

Cabin Creek Golf
15.6 mi., two-18 hole miniature golf courses, batting cages, driving range, sand volleyball. cabincreekgolf.com

Fire Ridge Golf Course
2.7 mi., 18-hole course featuring well-maintained greens and fairways suited to golfers of all levels. Check with The Barn Inn for a discount coupon.

Flying Ridge Hunt Club
6.9 mi., Guided and non-guided hunting, memberships, clay pigeon shooting available. flyingridgehuntclub.com

Holmes County Trail Coalition
4.5 mi., A walking trail that extends 15 miles through Holmes County. holmestrail.org

Loudonville Canoe Livery
21.7 mi., Canoeing and so much more! Take a ride down the Mohican River then relax in the River Room Lounge. loudonvillecanoe.com

Tree Frog Canopy Tours
23.1 mi., Fly through the Mohican forests on ziplines!

Furniture

Alpine Cabinets of Holmes County
13.5 mi., Custom cabinetry in all styles and finishes.

Amish Oak Furniture Company
21.6 mi., Ohio's original Amish furniture store. Hardwood, sofas, mattresses and more. amishoak.com

Amish Traditions Distributing
13.5 mi., Any kind of furniture you can think of and more. amishtraditions.com

Farmerstown Furniture
10.9 mi., Custom styles and designs welcome.

Four Corners Furniture
8.7 mi., Oak, cherry, hickory, and maple furniture.

Green Acres Furniture
14.9 mi., Custom made hardwood furniture. greenacresfurniture.com

Homestead Furniture
7.6 mi., Hardwood, leather and upholstered furniture, rugs and accessories. homesteadfurnitureonline.com

Kauffman Lawn Furniture
6.2 mi., Outdoor Furniture. www.kauffmanlawnfurniture.com

Mullet Cabinet Design Center
5.3 mi., Family owned, handcrafted, custom furniture. www.mulletcabinet.com

Pleasant View Furniture
8.8 mi., Locally made dining sets, bedroom furniture, entertainment centers, and more.

Schrock's Heritage Furniture
5.5 mi., Amish made furniture. schrocksheritagefurniture.com

Stone Barn Furnishings
9.4 mi., Handcrafted home furnishings. stonebarnfurnishings.com

Swiss Valley Furniture
5.4 mi., Two locations, one in Walnut Creek and one in Berlin. swissvalleyfurniture.com

Troyer Furniture
14.6 mi., Free delivery in Ohio. troyerfurnitureinc.com

Walnut Creek Furniture
11.2 mi., Ohio Amish Craftsmen. walnutcreekfurniture.com

Weaver's Furniture
18.2 mi., Customized furniture, upholstery, and patio collections. weaverfurniture.com"

Food Stores

Amish Wedding Foods
3.8 mi., Only the very best recipes used here. Their products are available at Troyer's Market. amishweddingfoods.com

Ashery Country Store
9.9 mi., Bulk foods, meats, cheeses baking supplies, and more!

Miller's Bakery/Countryside Campers Paradise
5.9 mi., Homemade breads, pies, noodles, and other wonderful things.

Rodhe's IGA Marketplace
4.3 mi., A family owned supermarket with fresh foods, a deli, floral shop, and pharmacy. rodhesiga.com

Troyer's Country Market
mi., Fresh produce, deli cheeses and meats, and a bulk food selection. troyerscountrymarket.com

Troyer's Trail Bologna
5.5 mi., Home of "Genuine Trail Bologna" with an old fashioned general store.

Wholesome Valley Farm
12 mi., offering pesticide and chemical free meats, fruits, and vegetables. www.wholesomevalleyfarm.net.

Winesburg Meats
Family owned where they smoke their own line of meats. winesburgmeats.com

Restaurants

Bags Sports Pub
88 E. Jackson St, Suite A, Millersburg (330) 674-0279
Open Sundays
Located in Historic Downtown Millersburg. Creates a friendly, neighborhood pub atmosphere. Featuring daily specials, homemade burgers, and savory steaks.
Visit website (www.bagspub.com) for a full menu.
Open Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 12pm-9pm.

Boyd and Wurthmann Restaurant
4819 East Main Street, Berlin (330) 893-3287
Where the locals eat; cooking since 1938 offering home-style daily specials. They feature a variety of homemade pies and desserts.
Open Mon-Sat 5:30am-8pm.

Chalet in the Valley
5060 SR 557, Millersburg (330) 893-2550
Open Sundays
Have dinner in Switzerland today! The Chalet features schnitzel, strudel, and numerous other European dishes along with traditional Amish favorites and an unmatched view of Amish Country.
Open March-December Tues-Sat 11am-8pm, Sun 11am-3pm. Closed January-March.

Der Dutchman Restaurant
4967 Walnut Street, Walnut Creek (330) 893-2981
Select from menu, large salad bar, buffet, or family style. Banquet facilities available for up to 450. Large bakery.
Open Mon-Sat 7am-8pm; Bakery opens 6am.

Farmstead Restaurant
4757 TR 366, Berlin OH (330) 893-4600
Featuring Amish-style cooking, select from menu, buffet or daily specials. Banquet facilities available. Homemade pies, dinner rolls, and desserts.
Open Mon-Sat 7 am-8pm.

Hotel Millersburg
35 W. Jackson St, Millersburg (330) 674-1457
Historic Hotel Millersburg offers 3 banquet rooms, a casual dining restaurant and tavern. Lunch and dinner served Monday through Saturday. Open Sunday for lunch. Large groups and buses welcome!
Restaurant Open Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11am-3pm

Tarragon at the Inn at Honey Run
6920 CR 203 Millersburg (330) 674-0011
Open Sundays, Reservation Required
Enjoy award winning cuisine, prepared by the highly decorated Chef Scott Fetty and his team. The restaurant is exquisitely designed with large windows overlooking the Inn's ravine, and includes a spectacular tree top view, with the Honey Run Creek gently rolling through.

Mrs. Yoder's Kitchen
8101 SR 241, Mt. Hope (330) 674-0922
Delicious home-style meals and desserts. Featuring salad bar, wedding steak, date nut pudding. Country breakfast buffet Wed and Sat mornings. Also dinner buffet available every Sat all day.
Open Mar-Dec Mon-Sat 7am-8pm; Jan-Feb Mon-Sat 7am-7pm. Closed Sundays.