The 63 room European boutique-styled hotel is the newest reason to make a trip to Ohio’s Amish Country. Shopping, live theater and adventures unique to the region make it a destination for visitors looking for a little luxury in the country.
Historic Downtown Millersburg may reside in the heart of Amish Country, and while there is the Amish and Mennonite flavor, Historic Downtown Millersburg is so much more.
Luxurious retreat tucked away on 20 acres, Sojourner’s features gorgeous lodge and cabin suites with fireplaces, jacuzzis, kitchens, living rooms, and more! Spectacular views, hiking trails, our own lake, and fire pits make it the perfect getaway!
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.
Formerly Lamplight Inn, Carlisle Country Inn is a seven-unit bed and breakfast-styled inn with exceptional views of the valley north of Berlin. Book one room or the entire house as a vacation rental for your reunions, retreats or girl's weekend.
This 1879 brick Victorian home has been restored to the splendor of a bygone era. With its beautiful architecture, lovely rooms, gracious hospitality, and homemade food, Brick House on Main is a place you'll want to return to again and again.
No view is more beautiful than one from a private deck at The Inn at Walnut Creek. Guests are able to choose from 17 rooms and four suites at the inn, which boast such amenities as private balconies, Jacuzzi tubs, kitchenettes and spectacular views.
RV enthusiasts can enjoy clean restrooms, easy pull through sites and too many amenities to mention at Berlin RV Park. Stay a night, a week or a month at the premier campground just minutes from regional attractions in Ohio’s Amish Country.
Just off the main road, yet close enough to walk to shops and eateries, uniquely themed rooms and personable staff create a comfortable experience. Guests return year after year. A quick glance and guests will see why they should book a room.
Berlin’s first hotel opened in 1985 and today the 22 room Berlin Village Inn remains a popular place to stay. Convenient early check-in allows visitors the time to settle in before enjoying the local shops that are within walking distance.