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Reviewed July 9, 2016

We expected more up-to-date accommodations, but were pleased overall with our lodging. The first room we were in was stuffy and the a/c didn't work. We were moved to a different room and it was fine. We knew there would be no refrigerator in the room, but really would have liked one. We had the $99 package which included a show at the Round Barn, House and Farm tour and a Thresher's dinner. Our total bill was 219.08. If we had just done the show, the meal and the lodging I think we would have been happy. However, the staff at the ticket office of Amish Acres and one of the guides was rude and we felt like we were interrupting their day. Also, Amish Acres is not well maintained and there really wasn't much to see. We could have completely skipped that and been much happier.

Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank 121l0nib
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Reviewed June 22, 2016

If you've never been to an Amish farm or homestead then this is the place to go and see. It is very relaxing, interesting, and delicious. It is now far away from most populated areas, but it is very rural. It is very easy to get to and the accommodations are very much like home.The threshers dinner is very filling and delicious. The sights to see are quite a few and are very interesting. Plus you can have a wine sampling, a nice hunk of fudge, or a wonderful ice cream, or take home some really, really good bakery items. And the stay over-night is very reasonable and accommodations are very relaxing. Overall I'd say it was the best 2 day vacation away from home I've every taken!

Room tip: The first floor is always best....close to the free breakfast.
Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank BillPartsch
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Reviewed June 14, 2016

Room was clean and comfortable and quiet; staff was pleasant; lobby nicely furnished
We made reservations well in advance and asked for a first floor room. While not "disabled" we are seniors and we were traveling across country with considerable luggage. This inn was not full yet our request was not honored. There is no elevator and no one to assist with luggage so we had to tote all our own up two flights of relatively steep stairs. The clerk who checked us in gave us a senior rate so she knew that fact and she simply ignored the request clearly identified in the notes on the receipt.
No reason or explanation was given. Carpeting on the stairs is dirty. Water in shower varies from hot to cold repeatedly while showering. Breakfast is mediocre. Sweet rolls were gone before 8:45 and not replenished, and no staff around. Minimal hot entrees... oatmeal & make your own pancakes. Breakfast items were removed well prior to 9:30.
The inn is suppose to be part of an Amish Farm complex. While it looks good on the website, we did not find it appealing. The buggy ride was in a worn out contraption and took all of 15min for $6 per person. Take the one in Shipshewana or Middlebury instead. We came to see the quilt gardens which were very nice. However, if we return to this area, we would opt to stay elsewhere.

Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Kamainatraveler
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Reviewed May 24, 2016

Our overnight stay at Amish Acres was very enjoyable. Our room at the Inn, while not fancy, was clean and had all the elements we needed for a pleasant visit. The Wi-Fi connection in our room was good and the toiletries in the bathroom were a cut above most hotels. The complimentary breakfast was more than adequate--the pancake machine was a nice addition. We had booked the Theater package and thoroughly enjoyed Forever Plaid--the actors were energetic and professional. The Threshers dinner was part of the package--delicious homemade tasting food served by our friendly waiter Spencer. This was a return trip for us and we were not disappointed.

Date of stay: May 2016
Thank Zebulon2012
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Reviewed May 19, 2016

I happened upon The Inn at Amish Acres through a referral and am glad that I had.

The staff was extremely friendly upon check-in and were eager to answer my questions regarding my stay as well as what my options were for dinner in the local area. I cannot say enough about how important friendly staff can be to providing an inviting stay.

My room was clean, quaint and comfortable and overall, quiet. I had a nice view overlooking the pool area.

The lobby had a nice place for guests to sit and converse and there was also a nice selection of board games and books to read if you were inclined to do so.

Breakfast offered a standard continental offering and there was plenty of seating. Look for the Starbuck's coffee machine, which will grind your brew fresh while you wait.

I will definitely stay here again.

Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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1  Thank scottt585
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