Berlin is located in the heart of Amish country.
Exploring is one of our favorite things to do during our visit. The back roads are dotted with beautiful farms and fields. . Sometimes the roads cut right through the farm property.
And of course there is the little town of Berlin. Filled with wonderful shops where I have found many treasures. We are always sure to eat at Boyd and Wurthmann. If you want comfort food this is the place to go--chicken, mashed potatoes, meatloaf, country fried steak, fried mush with homemade sausage gravy, buckwheat pancakes, and too many homemade pies to list.
After all the exploring and shopping are done for the day, we head to the most wonderful Inn for the evening--- The Inn at Honey Run
The Inn offers two places for lodging. You can stay in the main building--which is completely wonderful--or you can stay in their Honeycomb rooms. These rooms are set apart from the main building built directly into the hillside above the Inn. The Honeycomb rooms have become my favorite place to stay.
There is a fireplace in every room and you have your own private patio. I have never seen stars so bright as when we sit on this patio at night in the Summer.
The Inn's property is amazing. There are beautiful walking trails------
and a pond for fishing....
The barn and pasture at Honey Run is home to their very own flock of sheep.
This is Annie--their first lamb of the year--born January 15. ( I borrowed these photos from their newsletter as it was much to cold this stay to visit with the sheep. They were snug inside their little barn)
This is just a small sample of why this place is so special to me and if I could I would be back there in a heartbeat.