Thursday, November 24, 2011

Ohio Bed and Breakfast Award Amish Country



At it's annual conference held on November 21, 2011, the Ohio Hotel and Lodging Association named the Millersburg, Ohio, Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast as the Bed and Breakfast of the year for 2011-2012.  This award, determined by an impartial board, along with other criteria, recognizes the member bed and breakfast that best demonstrates excellence in customer service as evidenced by guest reviews.




Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast, Millersburg, Ohio
 Today, a licensed hotel, The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast located in Ohio's Amish Country, in Holmes County Ohio, is a tangible reminder of Ohio's rural past.  Owners, Paul and Loretta Coblentz, with the professional services of an architect, engineer, preservation resourses, and an Amish contractor, adapted the barn to meet the specifications for a hotel/bed and breakfast while maintaining the character of the original structure. 



Grand Beams Showcased in Inn's Great Room
 In all their grandeur, original barn beams extend to the inn's height of 33 feet. The dining and great room serve as a perfect reception area for friend and family fellowship or relaxation in the sitting area.

The finely appointed, 11-guestroom inn serves as an oasis for guests wishing to experience the best in hospitality and service.  The Barn Inn has long been recognized for exceptional full country breakfasts served daily along with a breakfast presentation.  Seasonal and custom packages, such as couples massages, Amish tours, Amish meals, and cheese and fruit packages are available.  Rooms range from classic standard to VIP suites with Jacuzzis and fireplaces.  Typical breakfast foods served are egg casserole breakfast, hashbrowns, locally made sausage, fresh fruit cups, cinnamon rolls, juices, coffee, etc.  Alternate breakfasts are served with consecutive stays.

Consider a stay at The Barn Inn to renew your spirits and find rest for your soul.  A guest services specialist is available by telephone 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. or you may book on line.  The online reservation status is always current.  If you are in the area, stop by to see rooms that are available for viewing.  It is best to call before coming.

Submitted by Loretta Coblentz
November 24, 2011

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