|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Century farmhouse near Holmes County Ohio Amish country. Situated on a working farm in Wayne County, Ohio, you can sit on the shaded lawn and enjoy rural life at its best. The house features beautiful hardwood floors and old fashioned woodwork. Please note that we do not have a/c, we have ceiling fans in all bedrooms and there is a fair air flow through the house normally.
We are near many golf courses, museums, shopping and much more. Cedar Point, the Cleveland, Columbus and Akron zoos are easy day trips from our location.
Keywords: Farm house, country living, quiet solitude
This is the house that we grew up in. We have enjoyed renovating it to share with travelers.
Helen Brown (e-mail) or Lois Brown (phone) purchased this farmhouse in 1946
Our family has owned this house since the mid 1940's and farmed the land around it until the mid 1990's.
The bride, bridesmaids and friends enjoyed a weekend of shopping and relaxation in Amish country. We would definitely rate this home and its owner as a top of the line option for travel arrangements!
We had our family Easter gathering here - 12 people including 4 teens/children. It accomodated all of us overnight comfortably. The kitchen had all we required to prepare Easter dinner. It is surrounded by a working farm with cows close by and a pretty stream right behind it. Nothing there is new or fancy, but comfortable and a good bargain for a small group getaway.
There are no words to describe how perfect Honeytown Homestead has been for us! We have now stayed there twice and have already booked our third stay. The home is absolutely beautiful and has an intangible quality that you would never find in any modern home. Lois and Helen are fantastic hostesses and we consider their home as precious as our own.
The house was awesome. If you love being away from it all, out in the country in an old huge farm house this is the place to stay on your trip to Amish Country. It seems way out of town but was about 10 minutes to everything. Smuckers, Millersburg, Berlin and all the shopping. Driving to the sites you will see the Amish living their lives. Lots of horsedrawn buggies and farmers working the fields. Lois came to meet us the night of our arrival. She couldn't have been nicer. Thanks to her and her sister Helen for sharing their childhood home with us.
We had family from 5 states gathering to enjoy my daughter's performance at The University of Akron/Wayne College in Orrville. Her American Shakespeare Center troupe was visiting from Staunton, Virginia. Honeytown Homestead was perfect for us. It was big enough for all of us to feel comfortable and it had all the amenities we needed....plus cows as neighbors! :-) The Homestead was clean and just as it was pictured....but better! We snapped many photos of the architectural extras....beautiful, tall, carved wooden door frames, gorgeous doorknobs, lovely wood on the expansive stairs and banister, etc. The stream added to the tranquil setting and the sights and sounds of horses pulling Amish buggies click clacking down the road added to the quaint setting. We were very pleased and would certainly be eager to stay at Honeytown Homestead again.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 8 guests; add $20 per night, per additional guest|
|Notes||For groups with greater than 8 people, there will be an additional $20 per person per night for the number of people over 8. Cancellation policy - if stay is cancelled 14 or more days prior to arrival, 90% of the deposit will be refunded. Discount available for returning guests. Check in is at 4 PM EST and check out is at 10 AM EST.|