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Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast

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6041 Township Road 310, Millersburg, OH 44654-8703
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#4 of 11 B&Bs / Inns in Millersburg
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Multi-award winning Amish Country Ohio bed and breakfast located between Berlin and Millersburg. Beautiful flower gardens and evening campfires. Garden-theme guests rooms have private entrances and bath with upscale amenities. Complimentary homemade breakfast, afternoon cookies and hot beverages. First B&B in Ohio with their own tour bus for guest tours. Choose from Amish Culture tours, wine tours, and major attraction tours. Hosts can also arrange to have dinner with an Amish neighbor.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Free breakfast
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Non-smoking rooms
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Enjoyed our stay here. Carol and Doug are lovely hosts. Very helpful in regards to recommending activities, restaurants, and routes. Provided us with driving directions to some locations. Both have worked purposefully to integrate themselves into the community, to be knowledgeable and respectful of local traditions, and to be great neighbors to their Amish community, often taking locals to doctors appointments in their car. A couple unique aspects: they’ve owned the B & B for 4 years and are slowly renovating; pouring any income right back into the place. Some of the rooms are eager to receive that renovation. We stayed in the Potting Shed Room and it was charming however a little overbearing with the flower/trellis/garden theme with every square inch wallpapered or adorned with a related item. They share their faith with all via prayer prior to meals. You must relax and take your time; upon arrival, you’ll be given a lot of historical info and each morning before breakfast a good bit of info is shared about the Amish, their history, foods, religion, beliefs. Even if one has a timeline (we needed to depart the last day by a certain time to get back home to get our dog from the kennel before they closed), no food is served until the day’s info is shared and the prayer provided. Food is plentiful and designed to replicate Amish traditions, although not all is made ‘from scratch’. Several items straight from a Costco container, Cool Whip on the pumpkin roll. I also found it difficult to eat a pumpkin roll for breakfast. On our last day, at breakfast, Carol mentioned she coordinates dinners in the homes of Amish families for a set fee as long as she knows ahead of time. Would have been nice to know that either as we booked, or on arrival, as we were there for several days and would have certainly done this.
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We loved it here. Had a very good time ,the owners are very nice. The room is very warm .We will be back again for sure ! We would recommend this room to anyone.In theheart of Amish country. Owners were very knowledgeable and it was not like booking with a computer , our payment was hardly even discussed until the last day.
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We spent two nights at this bed and breakfast and enjoyed our stay very much. Carol and Doug are wonderful hosts and helped us plan our route for the day to optimize our time in the are. We had the Garden Suite and the room was lovely. Breakfast was very good. If you were wanting anything, Carol and Doug were right there to provide it. In the evening we were welcome to join the family on the patio and some Amish neighbours dropped over. It was such a fun, lively discussion and we were welcome to ask questions about their lifestyle. Carol gave us good suggestions for things we wanted to do during the day and directed us to wonderful restaurants and bakeries. Thank you for such a lovely stay!
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I booked this for my mother and cousin’s cross-country adventure, based on TripAdvisor reviews. Thank you to past guests for giving such wonderful reviews! My mum could not say enough nice things about the inn or inn keepers. Rooms immaculate, breakfast delicious! As an avid bird watcher, she enjoyed listening to their songs and watching them in the garden. This was topped by the beautiful manicured gardens, Carol’s Peonies were spectacular. If you are looking for a stopping place in Amish Country look no further, this is the place to rest your head!!
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- This was an extended get-away with my spouse for our anniversary. Our first experience at a bed and breakfast. While the host was friendly and eager to share, my spouse and I were daunted by the extensive conversation before we were ever given the key. We had sent in notes about our food allergies, but the host seemed oblivious to the information we took time to fill out with the online registration. - The room was simple and pleasant. Details were missing. There were no robes as repeatedly described. To access the room, one must step up and over a large door transit. Definitely NOT for those with mobility challenges. - The water was highly sulfuric in smell. Both days, the shower ejected black silt, or some such. The second day, our final day, my shower actually ran totally black. We checked out early because of this disgusting turn of events. - The breakfast was not "gourmet" in any way. Both mornings we ended up eating breakfast out. Cool Whip topping is not "gourmet" in any culinary description known, yet that was what was given - with frozen berries - as one of the courses. The meat was only 1.5 strips of turkey bacon - turkey bacon! - For a first bed and breakfast stay, this set the bar very low for future experiences. We were very disappointed. - One positive note: the location is quite gorgeous even if the facility itself is ordinary.
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$102 - $145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United StatesOhioMillersburg
NUMBER OF ROOMS
5
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Frequently Asked Questions about Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include The Amish Country Theater (3.9 miles), Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center (3.6 miles), and Hershberger Farm & Bakery (0.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Miller's Bakery, Hershberger's Farm and Bakery, and Boyd and Wurthmann Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Victorian House (4.2 miles) and Holmes County Courthouse (4.0 miles).