Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley Ohio Communities Business Directory
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The Garver House Bed & Breakfast
Zoar School Inn
The Zoar School Inn was Zoar's first schoolhouse, built in 1836. Once a one story schoolhouse, the structure was turned into a residence when a newer school was built in 1868. Innkeepers Joe and Gayle Potelicki are accepting reservations for your next getaway. Please inquire regarding older children.
Cobbler Shop Bed & Breakfast
The Cobbler Shop Bed and Breakfast and Cobbler Shop Antiques is a beautifully restored 19th Century home decorated with antiques dating back to 1828. Located in the heart of Ohio's Historic Zoar Village, it is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway.
Sugarcreek Village Inn & Victoria Station
Sugarcreek is affectionately known as "The Little Switzerland of Ohio." A quiet charming little town in Ohio's Amish Country. The Sugarcreek Village Inn includes a large front porch with rocking chairs and is located within two blocks from Main Street in Sugarcreek
Hisrich Hills House Bed & Breakfast and
Enjoy a truly unique lodging experience in this relocated and resurrected c. 1820 log house and c. 1840 addition. Moved from Coshocton County, Ohio to our location in Tuscarawas County, the main structure recreates a pioneer atmosphere with authentic period furnishings and a romantic cooking fireplace. The adaptive reuse of the timber frame addition combines historic and contemporary aesthetics with modern conveniences.
Oak Haven Bed & Breakfast
Our Bed & Breakfast is A Haven away from the hustle of busy life nestled in the lush Ohio countryside. Slow down and relax in this beautiful valley with scenic views in every direction. Breathe in the slower pace of the corn fields, the autumn colors, weathered barns, cows grazing in the green fields, or an Amish horse and Buggy passing by. Sit on the front porch and count fire flies or swing under the ancient Oak Tree for which Oak Haven was named.