Stone Cottage Inn Overview

Entering the Stone Cottage Inn feels like you’re taking a step back in time. Prepare to be enthralled by gently weathered stone, mortar, and log beams as old as the cottage itself. Built in 1834, your heart and mind can’t help but wonder what life must have been like in those times. Stone Cottage Inn gives you a glimpse at what America looked like throughout the first era of the republic and the dawn of the Industrial Revolution. There’s no better place from which to explore Ohio’s Amish Country.

This place has personality.

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Despite approaching 200 years old, at Stone Cottage Inn you will still enjoy the full range of modern conveniences, including a fully equipped kitchen, an entertainment center with a DVD player, Satellite television, and Wi-fi. Capable of sleeping 12 people, it comes with a queen bed in the master bedroom, a queen bed in the second bedroom, sleeper sofas in both the living room and walk-out basement, and one full and two twin beds in the loft — a fun and ideal place for children to sleep. The screened-in porch, surrounded by a lovely brick walkway and garden, is an ideal spot to spend a quiet afternoon reading or enjoy a beautiful Ohio sunset.

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Words from our guests

This is such a beautiful cottage! We were in awe and speechless from the moment we walked inside. We went down the road and had ice cream for dinner 🙂 We all slept very well and enjoyed the “clip-clop, clip-clop” of horses passing by. Thank you for such a wonderful place to stay! We had a great time!

– The Knowltons


About Winesburg Ohio

Winesburg, originally settled in the 19th century, sits atop a hill in the Northeastern area of Holmes County Ohio. Time passes slowly in this quaint little town, whose Main Street captures what the American Mid-west felt like prior to the introduction of strip malls and neon lights. It’s Americana at its finest. Buildings built with stone, logs, and decorative Victorian accents are the norm here, as are the slow clip-clop of Amish Buggies as they travel through town. It’s an ideal location for history lovers or those seeking a peaceful place from which to launch their exploration of Ohio’s Amish Country.


From Berlin: Take State Route 62 North (approximately 5 miles) to Winesburg. After you pass by the elementary school where main street curves to the right, the cottage will be on your left – look for grape vines.

From US 30: Take State Route 62 South (approximately 15 miles) to Winesburg. Following a 90 degree turn to the right continue through town until the road gently curves to the left. The cottage will be on your right.