4.8 on August 28, 2014
I'd highly recommend this B&B for your visit to Amish Country. It's a quiet place, extremely well appointed and has a fantastic gourmet breakfast. The host are incredibly inviting and the evening snack is a wonderful unexpected bonus. You can't go wrong with this B&B and we look forward to returning for another adventure another day.
5 on August 23, 2014
What a beautiful location--so scenic and serene. The hosts could not have been nicer. And the breakfast? Out of this world! It was so satisfying, my wife and I looked at each other at 5 o'clock and said, "Wow, we forgot to eat lunch!"
5 on April 27, 2013
This place was amazing. it was quiet and peaceful. the breakfast the next morning was awesome.. the innkeepers treated us like were family that made my trip there very special to me. i will coming back to visit....
5 on February 17, 2013
Spent a wonderful weekend with my husband at the Miller Haus B/B this Valentine's Weekend! Amy and the staff were gracious as always and once again we felt "Right at Home!" Thanks to LeAnn and her husband for following God's direction in providing a comfortable place to come and enjoy food, family and meet new friends!
5 on March 21, 2012
We absolutely love visiting the MillerHaus Bed and Breakfast. We have been three times and are counting down the days until we can return. There is no other place for us, this is it! We will look no further for a place to stay. Dan and Amy are like family to us and they make the job of resident inn-keepers looks so easy. The only negative thing I know of is our visits are way to short.
5 on September 20, 2011
We have been staying at Lee Anne's place for nearly ten years. This place was built specifically as a B&B and is not an old reconverted house. Each room is decorated superbly with fine Amish quilting and appointments. Every room is comfortable and inviting. Most rooms have access to a large wrap-around veranda. The morning breakfast will be unforgettable whether it be fresh-laid eggs and bacon or sausage, country quiche or Lee Anne's exceptional french toast. Be there at 9 am or miss the best breakfast of your life. Visitors sit at country decorated tables and get to meet each other and discuss local plans and places of interests. Cookies or a cake will greet you as you return from a long day of sightseeing - yum! Often Lee Ann will come down the hill at night to lock up and will stop and talk with guests and answer questions about her family's Amish connections. No TV or radio onsite, but who needs them in this relaxing atmosphere. The large sitting room off the dining area makes it conducive to reading, playing games, puzzles or just talking withh your new acquaintances. For a real treat, ask if they can arrange an evening dinner with an Amish family; excellent food, conversation and a great education. Rooms are always immaculate and well taken care of by local Amish girls. Stay here once and you'll return...
5 on February 01, 2010
We love this place! We have been coming for 6 years now and have brought friends with us several times. LeeAnn is the most wonderful host you could ever meet. She treats every guest as if you were her best friend. Oh, and we can't rave enough about her Amish Home Cooking. Everything about this place is "spectacular"!