Local butter and fresh cream from nearby farms as well as the very best chocolate make Coblentz Chocolates a premium confection. Truffles, fudge and seasonal candies are made by hand in the Walnut Creek shop.
Walnut Creek’s newest boutique features quality women’s attire in modern styles that compliment every woman. Women of all ages will appreciate the contemporary store that helps customers find a look they can love.
Holmes County's first family owned and operated winery! The winery sits atop a high ridge that overlooks our many rows of grapes and the scenic vista beyond. The view alone makes this a worthwhile stop, but our wines make it a true experience!
With a name like Smucker’s, it has to be good. It is even better when you visit the store and café where you can shop, dine and purchase gift baskets with a wide array of familiar products. All the goodness of Smucker’s is at the store and café.
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.
The perfect place to relax and enjoy the slower pace of life in the heart of Amish Country. Mrs. Miller's Cabin provides ample room for families and couples or perhaps you're meeting your friends for a ladies night out or a weekend getaway.
It’s all about the experience at Homespun Treasures. The store gives shoppers the feeling of being right at home with warm colors, smells, textures, and a vintage atmosphere. Decor, lighting and artwork create a comforting ambiance to purchase.
Imagine all the flavors and tastes of Ohio in one store, that's what the market has waiting for you. Items from today's best selling chefs and the chefs of tomorrow fill the shelves, providing quality while supporting Ohio's cottage industries.
The source of information about what to see and do in the 8 county region of Ohio's Amish Country. In print or on the web. Send us an email request and we'll mail out a copy of our magazine along with other information on the area.
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.