Welcome to the Cider Mill of Zoar located in the Historic Village of Zoar, Ohio. Founded in 1863, the property was operated as a Cider Mill until 1950. It was then renovated in 2007 by it's current owners and opened as B&B. It is the perfect destination for weekend get-aways. If you enjoy history, antiquing, kayaking the Tuscarawas River, hiking or biking the Ohio Towpath or exploring the many beautiful Zoar gardens come stay with us in our rustic mill. We are located 20 minutes from the heart of Amish Country. We offer four authentically decorated period rooms and a delicious gourmet breakfast. The Cider Mill Gift Shop and Bed & Breakfast is filled with old-world charm, rustic ambiance and hidden treasures. The aisles of the gift shop are adorned with collections of products made by American artisans. The Cider Mill also features a classic line of authentically designed, artisan inspired products featuring antique reproductions and original designs. Take your time and browse the aisles to discover Yellowware, Redware, Bellsnickles, Primitives, original antiques, Folk Art collections, seasonal holiday treasures, quilts, furniture and so much more. In harmony with nature and the quaint Village of Zoar, the Cider Mill offers homespun delights around every corner. Shop Hours are:Thursday- Saturday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sunday-Wednesday by chance or appointment.
Cloe's room is the most romantic and largest room ( 20x30) at the Cider Mill. Enjoy sitting by the fireplace or relaxing in the jacuzzi spa which includes a steam bath. Rest on the king size bed and enjoy the 42&amp;quot; flat screen. Enjoy a cup of coffee or glass of wine on your own private balcony overlooking the kitchen/perennial garden. Cloe's room also includes a private water closet and kitchenette including a refrigerator, microwave and Keurig. Room rate 179.00.
Nightly Rate: $0 - $179
5 on October 16, 2014
Patrick was a VERY congenial and welcoming host. I can't think of a single negative experience related to our stay at The Cider Mill. If you are considering a stay anywhere remotely close to this property, you need to put this place at the top of the list. Zoar Village is a worthwhile stop on its own, and this place is literally part of the village. If visiting nearby Holmes County and Amish attractions, the Cider Mill is close enough to those places to make it a very viable option.
5 on October 01, 2014
The inn, Elizabeth room, Innkeeper Patrick, food, and fellow guests: all were delightful. It was a weekend I had planned for my husband and I to celebrate our 29th anniversary. We thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank you!
5 on September 30, 2014
Cider Mill B&B is located in historic Zoar and the setting is so lovely. We were served a gourmet breakfast, our room was very nice. We checked out the other rooms and would like to come back and splurge and stay in either Abigail or Chloe rooms. Patrick was wonderful and the b&b is decorated beautifully.
5 on September 23, 2014
I have never been to a bed and breakfast and Cider Mill was located in a beautiful little village. The B&B was immaculate. We stayed in Cloe's Room and it was amazing. I would highly recommend this B&B to anyone looking for a quiet and peaceful location. It is about a 25 minute drive to Sugarcreek, but well worth it!
2.0 on September 16, 2014
While the inn is nice, within 5 minutes of our arrival the husband informed us that his wife had moved to another state and he's only at the inn on the weekends until it sells. That being said- the inn is well decorated and comfortable. The service falls short now and here's what happened to us. We booked two nights (Sat eve and Sunday eve). On Sunday morning at breakfast the inn keeper verified (again) if we were staying the second night (yes- you charged our credit card for two nights- we're staying). He then informed the group that he works on Sunday morning and to show themselves out after breakfast- he would be back at 12:30. We proceeded to leave and came back at 4pm to an empty house...no big deal...we left again and came back at 6:30...no one home still...went to dinner and came back at 9pm...still no one home! The owner had returned to his new home state without telling us he was leaving (he had every opportunity and my cell phone number- no note- no nothing). Here's the kicker- we were the only guests and the only people wandering around the inn! Our room wasn’t cleaned- dirty coffee cups, dirty towels, dirty plates from the snacks the day before( he indicated that he had to leave us cookies because his wife told him to...). We sent a concerned email to his wife as we were worries he's been in an accident and would like to know he's OK. That was at 930pm. We checked the house for other occupants one last time at 1030pm (nope) and went to bed. Got up the next morning and two "new" people were on the first floor- the inn keepers daughters? They were there to give us breakfast and send us on our merry way (one daughter did say she came in late the night before to "spend the night" but we certainly didn’t hear her come in). At this point we have NO response from the inn keeper or his wife as to why everyone just left. Long story short- the place is nice but wait until it's under new ownership to stay here.
5 on September 03, 2014
One of the nicest, cleanest, most practical, prettiest B&Bs we've ever stayed at! The owner, Patrick, was a delight, and willing to provide anything we needed. Nice soft cookies waited in our room when we arrived. Then we walked over to the Firehouse Grill for a late dinner of burger and gyro with plenty of onion rings. We were there to bike the Ohio & Erie Canal Trail, and Patrick offered to come get us if we ever had any problem on the trail. Breakfast is at 9am - too late a start for us - so we skipped breakfast on day 1 in favor of protein bars. We drove about 1/2 mile to the Zoar Trail parking lot and rode our bikes as far as Canal Fulton (lunch at Three Sisters Century Restaurant) and back. The trail signage is better heading South than North! We returned to great hot showers and a cool air conditioned room (Abigail's Rm) on a hot end of summer day. Bags of chips were available in the hallway, perfect for trying to rehydrate! We had dinner reservations at the nearby Canal Tavern of Zoar (scallops, steak) which was packed on a Saturday night!. Day 2 was unfortunately pouring rain, but we joined another couple for a breakfast of delicious quiche, sausages and berries. Perfect. Zoar is a charming little town with an even better Inn at Cider Mill.
5 on August 26, 2014
Arriving just after official check-in time, we found our accommodations in the Elizabeth Room to be in a state of perfection . . . so warm and inviting, with a Kuerig coffee service table just around the corner and a mini fridge outside our room . . . Patrick was a very gracious innkeeper, 'though we felt more like house guests as we explored the common areas that were tastefully, but sparingly adorned with vintage and primitive Americana. Exposed brick walls, rough-hewn timbers and original wood flooring took us back in time. The reason for our stay was to visit the quaint Zoar Village and take in all that time would allow us. A walk to the Cannery enticed us to buy a number of jars of the goods produced on site ! And, although the Zoar Bakery doesn't actually make what's sold, a bakery nearby provides baked goods reminiscent of early times in Zoar. Our destination for dinner took us to the recommended Canal Tavern of Zoar, for which Patrick suggested he place a reservation on our behalf. Everything was superb - the cocktails, sausage sampler appetizer and entrees were superior ! The spaetzle was the best we've ever enjoyed ! We would have ordered desserts, but we were already stuffed to the gills ! The next morning we awoke, after a quiet and restful night's sleep, to a beautifully set dining room table and a carafe of freshly-brewed coffee, which was excellent ! Breakfast was something we'll never forget ! ! ! The Stuffed French Toast, Fluffy Eggs and Sausages were the stuff dreams are made of - Patrick is our newest hero ! In retrospect, after enjoying a one-night stay, we wish it would have been a two-night stay . . . maybe sometime this autumn . . . NOTE TO SELF : : : Must reserve the Elizabeth Room for two nights - CHECK Must eat at the Canal Tavern of Zoar both nights - CHECK
5 on July 30, 2014
Stayed for two nights at this B&B in historic Zoar and loved it. My wife and I have stayed at a dozen B&Bs across the US and this is up there with the best. We stayed in Abigail's Room and it was perfect. Breakfast was good and so was the company.
5 on July 30, 2014
A very quite and peasefull stay like stopping time and going back into the past.
5 on July 02, 2014
When I booked Chloe's Room, I was looking for a quiet and relaxing place to unwind and the Cider Mill delivered just that--with such charm and beauty. We watched humming birds flying in the nearby trees while we sat on our private balcony and drank our morning coffee (fresh brewed from the Keurig in our room). Although our entire stay was very special, the stuffed blueberry french toast we had at breakfast was certainly one of the highlights! Our stay at the Cider Mill will be a treasured memory for a long time to come!!
Amish Country, Football Hall of Fame, Local Wineries, Golf, Canal Towpath Hiking/Biking, Festivals, Countryside, Small town, Village
Cleveland, OH (CLE-Hopkins Intl.) 60 miles
Take I-77 South to Exit 93 (Bolivar/Zoar). Turn East onto Route 212 East. Continue for 3 miles to Zoar Village. We are located on Second Street, directly behind Zoar Hotel. We are near the towpath for biking and hiking. We have two golf courses, Wilshire and Zoar (5 minutes away). Antiquing abounds all around Zoar.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ghost tours, Zoar Museum, Warther's Museum, Football Hall of Fame, 2 golf courses 5 minutes a part., Amish County, Ohio Erie Towpath Bike Trail., Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Telephone, Wet bar , Spa and Massage services, Deck and Screened in Porch, Pond with waterfalls, Bikes
Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Lantern Tours , Historic Museums and tours, Personal Ghost tours, by Professor Garbrandt, Antiquing, Antiquing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Sondra and Patrick Ragon
We are both professional educators. Patrick, my husband, has a doctorate in education and a masters in divinity. He is an ordained minister and will perform marriage ceremonies at the Cider Mill. I am a reading specialist and tutor students with reading difficulties. I am also a gourmet cook, gardener, rug hooker and weaver.
, Homemade Cookies, Beverages & Cider
Stuffed French Toast/German Sausages
French toast is stuffed with a cream cheese filling and topped with a medley of seasonal fruits. Our German bacon sausages are purchased from Frankenmuth, Michigan. My Almond Croissants will melt in your mouth.