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This was a lovely location, exceptionally clean, and we had a superb breakfast, but unfortunately, I can only rate it average. I think if we had been in any other room, I would have rated it an excellent. The problem with the "Tea Time" room...More
Wonderful place. Very peaceful. Fantastic food. Beautiful views.
The large house, which was built as a bed & breakfast about 25 years ago, sits atop a big hill out in the country about 3 miles from Charm, 2 miles from Walnut Creek and 5 miles...More
First of all the address is misleading. We wanted to stay in Millersburg, but the B and B is actually 15-20 miles west. During the summer the traffic can be pretty bad on the state route going through the Amish towns. We did enjoy our...More
This was our second stay and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The rooms are clean and comfortable, and the breakfasts are superb! After a day exploring Holmes County and its many attractions it is so nice to know that such a serene setting awaits you...as well...More
This was our second stay in the past year and a half, and I don't know if we'll ever stay anywhere else when visiting Holmes County. The accommodations, food, and hospitality are consistently excellent. It feels like a home away from home, and we're starting...More
Thank Amy G
Response from TheMillerHaus, Owner at Miller Haus Bed and BreakfastResponded 10 August 2015
AMY! Thanks so much. Your comment about not thinking of staying anywhere else makes our day! We love our guests and we are thankful you all feel that from us. Hope to see you all again soon! Thanks for the support!
We saw two rooms that could be accessed from a path that comes from the front of the house and through an outside porch. But, the actual dinning room area is on the top floor but, it's street level. You might call the... More
We saw two rooms that could be accessed from a path that comes from the front of the house and through an outside porch. But, the actual dinning room area is on the top floor but, it's street level. You might call the InnKeeper. She's very helpful and honest about concerns.