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"Our home “Arhaven" started out as our dream home which we designed and had custom built in 2006 on land that has belonged to my husband's family since 1884. From the moment we picked the spot in the field and designed the floor plan for our future home, it took on this unique and incredible role for us. It became "our haven" from a busy world which is how the name "Arhaven" came to be."
This 160-year-old restored Victorian farm features four sleeping rooms, honeymoon suites, stocked pond with beach, pontoon, hot tub, Japanese soaking tub, stone fireplace in the lodge-type family room, sweet-heart Jacuzzi and dining room.
Millersport B & B The Crows Nest is located on Buckeye Lake, a three thousand plus acre lake thirty miles east of Columbus. Enjoy boating or fishing right off your deck. Swim outside your door or at the sandy beaches nearby.
The Crow's Nest at Buckeye Lake offers five units.
Jacob Dum, a Pennsylvania native, relocated to Fairfield County, Ohio in 1834. He built his Federal-style home from bricks fired on the premises and lived there up to the time of his death (Nov. 1864). Now owned by the Fords who operate their bed and breakfast in the quiet village of Amanda only a short drive from Lancaster, Circleville and the Hocking Hills.
A serene, peaceful retreat. Two spacious suites offer antique furnishings, sitting areas, and full-sized baths in a casual farm setting. Enjoy a full country breakfast featuring made from scratch baked goods, farm fresh egg dishes, and seasonal specialties. Visit the farm animals, hike the grounds, or just relax!
Located in Fairfield County between the towns of Canal Winchester and Lithopolis. The bed and breakfast is both a get-away and convenient base from which to enjoy all of central Ohio.
This lovely remodeled cottage provides all the comforts of home, along with a few extra luxuries. Nestled in the scenic hills overlooking historic Rock Mill and the adjacent covered bridge, this is your perfect getaway.
Featured in “Fine Home Building” magazine, the Kennedy Cabin takes you back to simpler days. This gorgeous new home is fashioned from old materials. Open the cabin door so you can experience and appreciate what's inside. Hike in the Hocking Hills, check out nearby historical sites, then relax and rejuvenate at the cabin.