Fields of Home

I have stayed in many beautiful cabins and inns on my Amish travels, but every now and then I come across a place so special it simply takes my breath away. Fields of Home Lodge & Cabins in Millersburg, Ohio is such a place.

With only five rooms and two small cabins, Fields of Home has a special feel to it. It is the kind of place where I instantly felt comfortable, relaxed, and welcomed. Each room has a gorgeous view, and the large yard contains a small pond and lovely landscaping.

A lovely place to relax.

My husband and I recently stayed in the Hickory room, located on the lower level of the lodge. It had its own outside entrance and private patio, and I spent a lot of time in the rocking chairs watching the cows graze in the field before me.

The Hickory Room
The Hickory Room

The owners were very friendly and helpful, and the breakfast was simple, filling, and delicious. Each morning had 2-3 homemade hot food items as well as a cold treat, such an amazing frozen strawberry slush made from freshly picked strawberries. In addition to the delightful food, I enjoyed meeting other guests who were in the breakfast room discussing local shops and eateries.

I would love to return for another stay soon. I also think it would be fun to rent the lodge for a family/friends gathering. In addition to the breakfast room, there is a large activity room with comfy sofas, tables, and several books and games. Being a small inn, everyone can have their own space but also spend some quality time with each other.

Summer gnats swirls near the lovely landscaping.

If you are interested in staying at the Fields of Home Lodge & Cabins or you would like more information, please visit their website: . They do not accept online reservations, but they are available by phone during office hours.

Until next time…

~ ❤


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