The Oaks Inn, Berlin, Ohio

Last weekend, the lovely Robin and I spent a few days in quaint and scenic Holmes County, Ohio, which boasts more of my Amish cousins than anywhere else on earth. Our accommodations for our three-day and two-night stay were in the Lofted Suite at The Oaks Inn, just off Main Street in the center of Berlin.
We couldn't have asked for a more convenient location and a more comfortable place to stay. I was able to leave the car for Robin and walk to my book signing on Saturday morning (at Gospel Bookstore in the German Village, right in the center of the merchant district). 
We had a screened-in porch to ourselves, as well as a glider and porch swing in the garden. 
The living room was equipped with a small breakfast service area (microwave, refrigerator, cabinet, etc.--with real china!) and a television. Free wireless was also available throughout the unit. 
The "loft" was roomy and comfy, with a large walk-in closet for our use, and a commodious bathroom (get it?) with both a shower stall and a tub. 

We loved every minute of our stay at The Oaks, and could have stuck around much longer. 

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