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.
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.
Outdoor furniture, play equipment and accessories abound at Kauffman’s. If it was made to enhance outdoor living you’ll find it in the extensive inventory of wood and poly products including the environmentally friendly Berlin Gardens Poly Line made
With more than 100 locally made quilts and table runners, the shop is meant for the quilt lover as much as it is for the quilter. Crafters enjoy the large selection of fabric, notions and supplies that include cottons, flannels and seasonal prints.
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!
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.
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.
A fixture in the community since the 1950’s the Gospel Book Store is a retailer of faith-based books, music, software, gifts, home schooling and church supplies and has kept pace with the times by offering the latest in digital media.
Heini’s offers complimentary samples of more than 70 types of cheese with more than half made in the region with milk from local Amish dairy farms. Guests can enjoy the gift shop, fudge shop and the retail store as well as watch a cheese making video
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.