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Welcome to our country home where guests have been welcomed for over twenty years. The Grapevine House was built in 1834 and restored in 1995. While the house was restored and refurbished it was carefully designed around the comfort and needs of our guests. All guest room names are named after types of Grapes.

The Main House. The Grapevine House has five spacious guest rooms with queen sized beds and private bathrooms. All guest rooms feature locally handmade Amish furniture, DirecTV, high speed internet access, private entrance and air conditioning. Guests are welcomed to utilize the full service kitchen and living room. Complementary coffee, juices and soft drinks are available to all guests during their stay with us.
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Erma's House. We also feature Erma's, a private house attached to the Grapevine House. Also refurbished Erma's features two private bedrooms, baths and sitting areas. We recommend this highly for couples or groups that wish to have the house to themselves. It also includes the same amenities and breakfast as in the Grapevine House.

Connecting the two houses is a large covered back porch that overlooks an Amish farm and gardens. Guests are encourage to gather on the porch to enjoy the evening breeze and relax with "friends" while viewing the scenes of Holmes County, a blend of yesterday and today.
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The Barn. On August 26, 2010, our newest addition was opened, "The Barn." It includes an open floor plan on the main floor with kitchen, living room and DirecTV for your enjoyment. The full bathroom is also located on the main floor. Two private bedrooms are located in the loft complete with queen beds. The Barn has the same amenities as the Grapevine House and Erma's House, such as coffee, pop, and juices. The Barn also has the a full length porch for your enjoyment of the view of a local amish farm.
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The Grapevine House, Erma's House and The Barn are not handicapped accessible, non-smoking and we do not allow pets.