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This is a lovely Inn on beautiful grounds. The room we had was spacious and had a balcony to sit outside. The staff is very friendly and extremely helpful to guests. The room and the bathroom were very clean. There are numerous shops on the...More
Essenhaus is a fun place to visit. They've got decent food (nothing that really strikes me as awesome, but good nonetheless). The service is is on par. We never needed anything. They were very quick. There is a gentleman that was singing Happy Birthday at...More
My family has stayed here multiple times. We love the homey feel of the rooms and sitting areas. The breakfast was amazing! We stayed in a suite our third time staying here and it had a great setup. The shops around the Essenhaus are fun...More
We stayed two nights for a family trip to Amish country, and we all loved our stay. With a family of 5 (kids 1, 6, and 9 years old), we chose the 2 Queen suite. It had a spacious living room with a fireplace, a...More
Great Amish inn rooms are very nice had one with a small balcony. Check in was easy grounds Are immaculate. Several stores on site plus a huge restaurant. Sleep quality was very good. If you get a balcony room request the south side.
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it cost $184 per couple and included dinner at the Essenhaus, tickets to the play, and an overnight stay at the Inn with continental breakfast. Also in the check in packet we had a ticket for a free round of mini gold... More
it cost $184 per couple and included dinner at the Essenhaus, tickets to the play, and an overnight stay at the Inn with continental breakfast. Also in the check in packet we had a ticket for a free round of mini gold, $1.00 off a horse and carriage ride and a percentage off purchases in the shops!