Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Ohio Bed and Breakfast Offers Group Accommodations

The Millersburg, Ohio, Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast now offers group accommodations for six to seven persons at their affiliate property, Apple Hill, a nine-acre property located approximately 4 miles west of the Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast.



One of the Two Queen Beds in the Gardener's Suite

The Gardener's Suite, with a fully-supplied kitchen, dining room, two bedrooms, two baths, a family room, and a patio provides approximately 1500 square feet of comfort for a family or friend group.  Featuring two large HD TVs with satellite service, The Gardener's Suite is ideal for a group, and when calculated, proves to be value priced.  The upper floor bedroom features two queen-size beds and the second bedroom on the ground floor has one queen bed and a new electric flame fireplace/heater.  Plush and new luxury mattresses and linens complete the bedrooms, and an additional queen size bed is available with the family room sofa bed; also new. Complementing amenities are a blu-ray player and free Wifi. One TV is located in the family room, the second is in the dining room.  Hair dryers, linens, towels, and shampoos and soaps are provided.  In addition, a case of bottled water, coffees, and microwave popcorn are provided. 

Outside, in favorable weather, guests enjoy the patio table and chairs in a large private covered patio.


Outdoor Patio

Apple Hill is located only about 1/2 mile from the Holmes County Trail, a scenic 15-mile hiking and biking trail, that can be accessed within a few minutes. It is convenient to the Millersburg shops, Super Wal-Mart, and the many Amish owned shops and area attractions. 



New Electric Fireplace in bedroom

We continue, each week, to add updates to the suites at Apple Hill. By Spring, 2013, we plan to update and offer a third suite, which will provide accommodations to larger groups.  Call us at 330-674-7600 for questions or reservations.




The spacious kitchen offers ample room for any group whether you plan to cook or not. 

Submitted by Loretta Coblentz
October 24, 2012

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