Friday, January 31, 2014

Bed and Breakfast maintains Ohio Amish Business Directory

In an effort to assist their guests and others seeking Amish manufactured goods or services, the Millersburg, Ohio, Barn Inn Bed & Breakfast maintains an Ohio Amish Business Directory listing on their website.  The Amish are not permitted a website for their business; therefore, we have compiled a listing of some Amish businesses, realizing that there are many more that could be added.


The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast

The rural setting, with no zoning in Holmes County and rural areas of surrounding counties, provides a perfect setting for home industries, where children often are intricately involved in the family business.  The Amish community thrives, as members provide services needed by the community.  Trades vary, from food manufacturing, furniture making, home construction, metal fabrication, and retail sales of  goods and services too numerous to mention.


Horses Shoeing Wagon
Yesterday one of our guests asked if there is an Amish person who makes full-size windmills.  Of course, our answer was "Yes," and we found the name and address on our website.  We continuing adding businesses as we discover them.  If you are searching for an Amish business, give us a call.  We will try to help you locate them.  If visiting Amish Country in Ohio, plan to stay the night.  Our accommodations and breakfasts we make your stay an exceptional one.


Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast French Country Room
 
Submitted by Loretta Coblentz
February 1, 2014




Monday, January 6, 2014

Holmes County, Ohio Attraction Near The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast

The Farm At Walnut Creek is one of many attractive locations to visit on your trip to Holmes County, located at 4147 CR 114, Sugarcreek, only a short distance from The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast. You can find approximately 750 domestic and exotic animals from 6 different continents all in one place, roaming freely throughout the park. A few of the more exotic species include zebras, camels, kangaroos, buffalo, elk, ostrich, and giraffes (including a new arrival born on December 12). Another baby giraffe and 2 young zebras are due at the end of the summer.



The Farm at Walnut Creek also holds special events several times throughout the year including: a fall festival, a Journey to Bethlehem, an Easter Adventure, and during the winter they offer sleigh rides through the snow. Visitors can tour the farm by vehicle or by a horse drawn carriage. Admission is $11.75 for adults and $8.75 for seniors and children. Wagon rides can cost between $3-$5. For more information visit www.thefarmatwalnutcreek.com or find them on Facebook.



Submitted by: Elizabeth Beam
January, 6, 2014