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At Zinck's Inn you will experience a relaxing, homelike atmosphere located on the east edge of Berlin. Come enjoy the peaceful lifestyle of the Amish while taking in many of the shops and restaurants that are within walking distance. Rooms have either two queen or one king size bed in addition to deluxe rooms with a Jacuzzi or a fireplace. The gathering room which overlooks the breathtaking countryside.
The county of Coshocton (koh-shock'-ton) was established in 1811. It's name is derived from an Indian word meaning 'black bear ...
This local edition of TravelHost of Ohio's Amish Country invites you to see why over "3 Million Visitors" choose to stay and play in the world's largest Amish community every year. You'll find that our restaurants serve the best food and plenty of it. We highly recommend Amish Door, Der Dutchman, Dutch Valley and Mrs. Yoders's Kitchen. Be sure to visit their bakeries. Or see what the chef has prepared at the Inn and Spa at Honey Run if you enjoy fine dining.
But I came to shop, you say? Then don't miss the Amish made furniture at Stone Barn Furnishings, Four Corners, Green Acres, Wooden Leaf, Kauffman's Lawn Furniture and Miller Hickory Rockers. Why not take home an heirloom? You will discover that unique shops line the streets and side roads of Holmes, Wayne, Tuscarawas, and southern Stark Counties. We even have Troll Beads, Vera Bradley and home decor galore. Come experience the Walnut Creek Flea Amish Flea Market or the original Holmes County Flea Market at it's new location. Be sure to pick up a calendar of one of the many beautiful pictures taken in Amish Country by Mr. Doyle Yoder. Or a little further south, visit the shops Historic Roscoe Village in Coshocton. How did they fit that many shops on one street?
You can discover the Heritage of Amish Country and see why the Amish live the way that they do, at Behalt. Don't miss the 265-ft. Mural-in-the-Round depicting Amish and Mennonite heritage and learn why the Amish live the way they do. Did you know that you can visit Yoder's Amish Home, a true Amish home. You can even take a buggy ride while you're there. A trip to FAWC (the Farm at Walnut Creek) is something you will find yourself doing every time you revisit Amish County. Imagine having 2 big Percheron horses (breed originally imported from France in 1839) pulling a large wagon with you and your friends and family around 60 plus acres. Then imagine seeing up to 400 different animals coming up to the wagon for you to feed them. Kids young and old will equally enjoy this experience.
If you enjoy football, then travel about 45 minutes to the north, where you will find a very famous Hall of Fame. I-77 North will lead you to the front door of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, America's Premier Sports Museum & Showplace in Canton Ohio. Some of our merchants may offer tickets for purchase so be sure to inquire.
Then once you dined, shopped and played, know that you will find that Ohio's Amish Country has some of the best lodging Ohio has to offer. Be sure to visit our website to see all Travelhost "preferred hotels".
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