Kids Collection is the largest furniture store of its kind in the nation, with furniture that grows with a child, from crib to college. Featuring a line of Amish-crafted hardwood children's furniture, including cribs, lofts, bunks & much more!
Family-owned for over 30 years, Kauffman's Country Bakery is a hidden gem tucked away in the village of Bunker HIll. Brothers Steve and Richard Kauffman oversee their staff of 20 Amish and Mennonite bakers.
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The largest selection of Polish pottery in Northern Ohio features a variety of colorful designs and patterns of handcrafted pottery in the quaint showroom just west of Charm. Inspired by peacock feathers, Polish pottery remains a beloved folk art.
The name Breitenbach reflects the scenic grounds where the winery is located. Famous for award-winning sweet and fresh blends that satisfy any palate, the winery includes a gift shop and eatery, in addition to tours and the annual dandelion festival.
For a taste of Holmes County, look no farther. With an on-site meat market, deli, bakery and shelves packed with home-style goodness, fresh food awaits to fill your grocery cart. Known for its towering ice cream cones, there's something for everyone.
Footwear for work and leisure is available in a customer-service oriented shop that features workbooks, hiking boots, western boots, as well as options for every imaginable occupation and application in sizes to fit the whole family.
If you think butcher shops are extinct; think again. Sugar Valley Meats offers fresh cuts of beef and pork. Showcasing old-fashioned cured and smoked meats, to bolognas, hot dogs and more, this butcher boasts competitive prices and quality service.
What began as a small collection of fabrics grew into more than 8,000 bolts and a stocked Quilt Barn. A full line of notions, patterns, handmade quilts and more will make any visit to Charm extra-charming at this family-owned and operated shop.
Being old-fashioned is in fashion. Four pre-Civil War era buildings and a Buggy Barn cinema let guests relax on Amish-made church pews for gardening seminars. Antiques line the walls and products you thought they quit making fill the shelves.