In 1947, Alfred Guggisberg ventured to the U.S. from Switzerland to pursue his cheesemaking dream. He created Baby Swiss cheese, now world famous. Known for smaller holes and less-biting flavor, Baby Swiss is a true product of Ohio’s Amish Country.
Dutchman Hospitality Group appeals to every traveler, whether looking for a warm meal, peaceful stay or shopping. Seven restaurants, two inns, four bakeries, seven shops and a wholesale food supplier have become synonymous with Amish Country.
Selected by USA Today as one of the best meals of 2006, the Amish Door serves excellence. From hearty breakfasts to dinners, diners are more than customers, while enjoying the hospitality. A bakery, Victorian Inn and shops lead to a daylong visit.
Berlin’s oldest continuously operating restaurant is where visitors get a taste of life in the village. Nearly 20 varieties of pie are available daily along with home-styled dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Stop, sit and save room for pie.
Explore our Swiss Village, take in a live show, shop, wine or dine at our unique local establishments, go on a horse-drawn trolley ride or simply stay in your room at one of our cozy inns and enjoy life at a slower pace.
A favorite local gathering place, The Farmstead is like most small town restaurants. Our most devoted customers stop in a couple times a day to share both the good food and the fellowship.
For the hard-working people of Holmes County, Ohio, eating is a simple pleasure, shared at family meals, times of fellowship, and celebrations. Der Dutchman Restaurant has been at the heart of this community and its food traditions for almost 50 years.
In this long-time Sugarcreek eatery, you’ll taste Amish favorites like crispy fried chicken, steaming hot real mashed potatoes, homemade pies and breads. In our on site bakery, our skilled staff prepare homemade donuts and creamsticks, thousands of cooki