We are regular visitors here...love the location, the peace, the solitutude and the beauty of the surroundings. We've stayed in regular rooms, honeycombs and the cottages. Every few months I write a new review...really to see if anything previously mentioned has been addressed (wink, wink). Well located, gorgeous drive up to the main entrance. Check-in efficient yet every single time we come we get asked, "is this your first visit with us?" It should absolutely be noted on guests registration the number of times they've visited; it's important for customer service and to validate your frequent customers! There is remarkably absent the sense of warmth that smaller, upscale locations such as this should be exuding...we always see a young man behind the desk (normally on the computer) who we suspect may be the manager. But, if he is the one that writes the blogs on the website, he certainly projects an entirely different image upon seeing him. Seems detached and uninterested in guests. Our cottage was clean, cozy in the woods, spacious and somewhat rustic. A lovely bedroom with small bath, an adjacent room was like a sitting room with another very small bathroom attached. A great room with wood burning fireplace that you must start yourself (we missed the gas ones in the honeycombs) and a small kitchenette with eating area graced the main area. The deck extended off the eating area to a "soft" hottub...easy access and blissfully hot on such a cold winter night! A Keurig was a welcome sight. Few suggestions for the rooms...if you have a hottub, then please have towels specifically for the hottub (we had 3 towels for 2 of us for hottub and showers). Placing some fresh individual creamers in the fridge is a welcome sight as powdered cream tastes nasty and just doesn't go with the ambience...speaking of, 2 nice coffee mugs for the coffe/tea would be nice instead of 2 paper cups. And the second day there after the maid came, she simply put our open bag of biscotti (half eaten, stale) back in the basket. A fresh bag would have been nice :)
Dining is always an experience in Tarragon. The food is generally very nicely done and a wonderful selection by the chef is always an interesting feature of our visit. The waitresses are regulars...Katie, Heather, etc. - service is normally great but can be rife with slow-downs or forgotten items depending on how busy the restaurant is. However, we love going there and hope to feel like family at some point, if we visit often enough! The scenery is magnificent...tables overlooking the woods and into the trees surrounded by beautiful birds and squirrels.
Give this a try if you're looking for a nice, cozy, romantic spot in the woods...I can't give it 5 stars but a solid 4 is an accurate review.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the rolling hills in the heart of the Ohio Amish Country, the Inn at Honey Run is a serene oasis of nature and wildlife, comfort and privacy, fine dining and warm hospitality. Located in Holmes County, between the villages of Millersburg and Berlin, Ohio, we are located within two hours of Cleveland, Columbus, and Pittsburgh. Our country estate offers a peaceful retreat from life. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Inn At Honey Run Hotel Millersburg
- Honey Run Inn
- The Inn At Honey Run Ohio/Millersburg