We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewsbed and breakfastholmes countyamish countryevening snackslog cabin roomenjoyed sitting on the porchgarden partydirect accessback porchget awayother guestsmade from scratchgreat cookstuffed french toastwarm hospitalitya wonderful place to staycomfortable chairs
Just stayed here last week during a trip to visit Amish Country, Ohio. Enjoyed our stay at the inn. Francine, the innkeeper, was very sweet and a great cook for our delicious evening snack and great, creative breakfast the next morning. Enjoyed visiting with the...More
Just got back to Texas after a wonderful 5 day visit at the Miller Haus Bed and Breakfast. What a fantastic place to stay! Lovely setting, attractive and comfortable facility and fantastic breakfasts. Would love to return to this great place.
We enjoyed a wonderful stay at Miller Haus with our friends. The food and hospitality was top notch! Miller Haus is a great location in the heart of Amish country. The peaceful setting with beautiful views helped to create special memories. We definitely plan a...More
We had a wonderful three-day stay with several other couples. The staff was freindly and helpful throughout our visit. The home was beautiful and couldn't have been more comfortable. And the breakfasts were to die for. Centrally located in Millerburg, the B&B is just a...More
Eight couples visited the Ohio Amish country for a long weekend and we all stayed at the Miller Haus B&B. What a beautiful setting with rolling hills, very nice rooms and exceptional service.
The entire staff was very helpful and accommodating to our large group....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... 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.