Amish country in Ohio is the perfect location for a weekend getaway, honeymoon, or week-long vacation. The serenity of the rolling farmlands, wooded acres, trickling creeks, and large sprawling porches soothe away stress and anxiety. The following three accessible lodging facilities in Holmes County welcome guests with mobility needs to join the festivities with spacious accessible rooms upon request.
The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast
The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast is located in Millersburg, Ohio. The inn serves a hot country breakfast but can accommodate guests with special diet restrictions upon request. The inn is conveniently located to cheese houses, farmer’s markets, flea markets, furniture shops, golfing and quilting stores. Each room has a private bath and entrance. The Blue Harvest Suite will accommodate a person with mobility issues very nicely. The suite is conveniently located on the main floor off the dining and reception area with no stairs. The room includes a recliner, satellite television, Wi-Fi, private climate control and a scenic peaceful view.
Blessings Lodge is located in Berlin, Ohio, near the downtown area. The proprietors, Mark and Brenda Zimmerman, greet guests at the lodge and two cabins in Holmes County, the heart of Amish Country. The 100-foot porch at Blessings Lodge, lined with rockers, allows guests the perfect place for contemplating on the day. The lodge is within close distance to shopping. The shops feature quilts, gift items, and fine handcrafted furniture. All rooms are accessible for guests with mobility needs.
Sojourners Lodge and Log Cabins
Sojourners Lodge and Log Cabins are the perfect place to rest and rejuvenate for a week or a weekend. The cedar-sided lodge and log cabins are tucked away in 20 acres of rolling farmland with a three-acre lake. The lodge and cabins are located in Holmes County, Ohio, approximately 15 minutes from Berlin or Walnut Creek. Hiking trails are accessible across a 60 foot bridge. Firepits are available for roasting marshmallows at night. Many of the cabins and lodge sites are complete with fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs built for two. Accessible suites should be requested when making reservations.
And of course, for your own accessible sleep accommodations at home, you can't get any better than a deluxe home hospital bed like the Supernal hi-low!
Image credit: Photo courtesy of Amish by Franco Follini at Flickr’s Creative Commons.