The Amish Immersion Buggy tour is just $125 and the hour-long ride can accommodate up to three guests at one time for that price. In addition to offering unprecedented photo opportunities, guests will discover details on Amish culture and beliefs and can find out answers to any questions they may have about this unique way of life. Some commonly asked questions include:
• Why don’t the Amish like having their picture taken?
• Why don’t the Amish use electricity?
• Are there different types of Amish and what are some differences?
• Why do the Amish dress they way they do?
• How do the Amish maintain their way of life in today’s high-tech, fast-paced society?
“A few other places in the region do provide buggy tours, but none encourages and offers this level of information sharing,” said Innkeeper Jason Nies. “Because this tour is led by a local Amish farmer and Inn at Honey Run guests can ask the most in-depth questions, they come away with a unique understanding of the Amish people and their way of life.”
Inn at Honey Run Amish Immersion Tours are extremely popular as part of weddings, engagements, anniversaries and other special occasions being celebrated at the inn. They can be added to any package or overnight stay at the Inn.
Located in Holmes County, the Inn at Honey Run is tucked away in the gorgeous rolling hills of Ohio Amish Country. A serene oasis of nature and wildlife, comfort and privacy, the Inn offers a fine dining experience with warm hospitality. A Select Registry member, the inn boasts a spa, 40 uniquely decorated rooms, suites and cottages, as well as unusual honeycomb rooms, built into a hillside. A conference center, nature trails, bird watching and other amenities add to the Inn at Honey Run experience. Reservations and complete information on the Inn, Spa and restaurant are available at www.innathoneyrun.com or (800) 708-9394.