Living in a remote country location like the Inn at Honey Run may seem like we’re all the way out in the middle of nowhere on our own—and believe me, our guests from the cities often feel as much when they stay here. But our area is highly populated with a diverse array of friendly residents who contribute to a rich fabric of mixed cultures and traditions that really makes Holmes County what it is for us and for our visitors.
We highly encourage our guests to go exploring when they come to Holmes County for a stay at the Inn. You can snag a buggy ride with our Amish neighbors and get an incredible tour of the lifestyle and culture of the Amish community. From the Behalt Heritage Center with its famous cyclorama to the various farms, mills, and bakeries that dot the landscape, we’re in the midst of a thriving natural economy of fresh, organic living and old-fashioned craftsmanship.
It’s not just the Amish that are great with local foods and crafts, either. The residents of Millersburg and surrounding towns offer culinary treats the city folk can only dream of and watch on television. We have locally made chocolates that are as rich and creamy as can be along with signature wines and homemade cheeses. Several local farmers offer fresh, natural honey, jam, and produce as well.
It’s truly a blessing to be in an area where good old-fashioned community living is an important value and the food is prepared fresh from the earth by human hands. The next time you treat yourself to a stay at the Inn, be sure to explore the area to get the full experience of the land that is Holmes County.
Check out our Culture Amenities enhancement when you book your next visit.