Country Luxury in Charm!
The perfect place to relax and enjoy the slower pace of life in the heart of Amish Country.
Mrs. Miller's Cabin
Relax. Step into the slower pace of life here at Mrs. Miller's Cabin, a homey hideaway perfect for gatherings with friends or family. Featuring four spacious rooms and a generous common area, this cabin comfortably sleeps ten adults as well as allowing you the additional space you need to connect with friends and family.
We are a family of three siblings and spouses that decided to get away and celebrate two birthdays. This was such a beautiful place to stay and fellowship. Even prettier in person! We will make this an annual tradition.
Thank you for a lovely place to stay. Reminds me of a home away from home. Very relaxing and Charm is so quaint and laid back. We will definitely be back again. We’ve been staying in Amish Country for years but this is the best!
This is our third stay here at Mrs. Miller’s Cabin in the last year. Best place to stay in the Amish Country. Such fun to spend time with the cousins. Hope to return many more times.
We have had the best family time at Mrs. Miller’s Cabin. Our sons’ families and our cousins meet here with us every December. We look forward to next year and maybe a trip this summer.
What a great weekend with the girls! We have been doing this for 30 years and we found our annual spot. What a lovely home and everyone has been so wonderful to us. See you again next year.
Our bridge club thoroughly enjoyed this beautiful, quiet, wonderful cabin. Thank you for making our weekend so perfect.
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Tell us about your stay at Mrs. Miller's Cabin
1 Night Stay
2 Night Stay
3 or more Nights
Check-In 3-5pm Check-Out 11am
No Sunday Check-In
- Per night rates are for 2 adults
- Additional charge of 10.00 per person, per night over the age of 15
- Children age 15 and under stay for free
- 6% Bed Tax is not included
- Mrs. Miller's Cabin is rented as 1 unit and easily sleeps 10 adults
- No Pets
- No Smoking
- No Sunday Check-In
A 7 day cancellation notice is required to avoid charges of $100.00. Deducting days from a reservation must also be done 7 days prior to the reservation rate in order to not be charged for the deducted days.
The cabin will not be rented to groups under the age of 21.
Rates are subject to change.
For Questions and Answers
Do I need to bring towels or sheets?
No, we provide towels and sheets for you. There is a washer and dryer here as well, if you’d like to do any laundry during your stay. There is no daily housekeeping service.
What about paper products?
We provide paper products such as; paper towels, napkins, coffee filters, trash bags, toilet tissue, and tissues.
Do I need to bring any cookware or crock pots?
We’ve tried to provide everything you’ll need except the food! You’ll find an ample supply of real plates, silverware, glasses, cups, pots, pans, bakeware, crock pots, a toaster, mixer, and a coffee maker. If you would like to use paper plates, disposable cups or silverware you will need to bring your own.
May I bring my pet?
I’m sorry, no pets.
Do you permit smoking in the Cabin?
No. There is a smoking area outside on the patio.
Is it safe to drive across the covered bridge?
Yes, absolutely! There are steel beams underneath that wood!
As you may know, Mrs. Miller opened up the first quilt shop in Holmes County in 1965. Miller’s Dry Goods had its humble beginnings in the corner of the kitchen located in the house across the creek beside the ftabric shop. It soon outgrew the kitchen and an addition was added onto the back of the house. Eventually it was moved next door, which was the home of Mrs. Miller’s aging father (my Grandpa) He moved over to the house with my family.
In 1994, after many years and additions later, the barn was remodeled and now houses the quilts and other handmade items.
I have many fond memories of growing up in the store, sitting on the counter and writing on my legs! I still have several dolls that were given to me by customers. After my Dad passed away in 1978, Mom was left with 3 children to raise and the business was a blessing indeed, because it allowed her to work at home and still be able to provide for us.