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Want a short stay in Amish Country, give yourself a treat at a very reasonable price. Reserve a room at Miller Haus B&B. This is owned and run by Amish folks but has all the modern conveniences. What a wonderful breakfast. You can pay a...More
My husband and I wanted a quick weekend getaway to relax and unwind. We couldn't have picked a better place. We stayed in the Log Cabin room but there really wasn't much time in the room. We spent time walking around outside or sitting on...More
A little piece of heaven. My husband and I stayed with another couple at Miller Haus. Quiet, Relaxing and we were well taken care of by Marlene. What a gracious host. She fixed amazing breakfast served in china and each night a warm baked dessert...More
I can't speak highly enough about the Miller Haus B&B. The large property has about 9 rooms and the views of the surrounding countryside are amazing. The room was beautifully decorated and we loved sitting on the balcony and just relaxing. Our room had a...More
Our visit was special, made special by the setting- inside and out. We enjoyed the Garden Party Suite nice space inside,and outside in their swing under the arbor.
Marlene is the perfect innkeeper with a knack for sensing when to chat and when to listen....More
We saw two rooms that could be accessed from a path that comes from the front of the house and through an outside porch. But, the actual dinning room area is on the top floor but, it's street level. You might call the... More
We saw two rooms that could be accessed from a path that comes from the front of the house and through an outside porch. But, the actual dinning room area is on the top floor but, it's street level. You might call the InnKeeper. She's very helpful and honest about concerns.