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Inn at Honey Run expands hiking trails; adds new indigenous prairie
The Inn at Honey Run has enhanced its already stunning grounds by extending its hiking trails and adding a new native prairie installation.
Adding to Inn at Honey Run's existing trail system, the new Purple Trail offers added hiking that begins at the honeycomb suites, rolls through open grasslands and leads to a wooded trail that circles a pond at the back of the property. The new trail features an elevated resting bench with a wonderful view of the pond. Adding a place to enjoy the Inn's spectacular sunset views, benches located by the pond display a great outlook of the water and abundant wildlife native to northeast Ohio. The new trail, along with a new Ohio Prairie Installation, was developed by Inn at Honey Run Landscape Horticulturalist Ashley Sommers.
"We designed the Ohio Prairie feature to add to the overall beauty of Inn at Honey Run, giving our guests one more place to experience nature," said Sommers. "New native grasses, dozens of annual and perennial wildflowers, bringing beautiful color to the environment. In addition to swaying grasses and wildflowers, guests will enjoy the wildlife, birds and butterflies the prairie pastures attract." Sommers added that the project is ultra-green, requiring no mowing, fertilization or irrigation.
Located in Holmes County, the Inn at Honey Run is tucked away in the gorgeous rolling hills of Ohio Amish Country, home to with the world's largest Amish community. 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 suites 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 Tarragon restaurant are available at www.innathoneyrun.com or (800) 708-9394.