Inn at Honey Run
Beautiful Place to Visit in Ohio
The Inn at Honey Run in Holmes County is in the heart of Amish country.
This is a picture of their Facebook bird cam. I kid you not. They have a camera mounted that takes pictures. I am assuming maybe it is action motivated. I wondered who was spending all the time watching for birds and taking pictures. They are posted on their FB page. How fun is that?
There is so much nature here. It is sooo quiet and peaceful. It began raining right after we arrived, but only lasted a half hour or so. When we came out, the sun was out, the rain was dripping off the flowers and it was absolutely beautiful. Everything looked so crisp and clear, the birds were singing.
Isn’t this orange tulip awesome!
This candle that hangs from the walk way up to the entry had a drip of rain that I kept trying to catch as it hit the top and bounced off. I didn’t have the luck, but still loved the picture.
This robin was very accommodating as we were driving out of the parking lot to go to dinner. She just sat there and let me get a couple good shots.
We went into Berlin and had a great dinner at Boyd and Wurthmann restaurant. It is an Amish run restaurant and the portions were huge and food was great!
I always love to see the horse and buggies. Dave’s farm is in Amish country, so we get to see a lot of them, but I don’t know that I will ever tire of trying to get some good pictures of them.
Be watching on my Explore Ohio with Sandy blog for the entire post. I’ll plan to link it to this post once it is finished.
Also be sure to look for the exclusive offer at the bottom of that post. (Hint…. if you call and reserve a room for at least one night, you will get a $25 gift cert to use in either the spa, restaurant or gift shop! You just have to tell them that Explore Ohio with Sandy sent you!!)
My room at the Inn at Honey Run is complimentary, but has nothing to do with my opinions. The photos and thoughts are all my own.