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Top-rated cabins in Sugarcreek

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Cabin in Millersburg
Charming Treehouse Getaway with Treetop Views
Treehouse D at Cricket Hill sits at the end of the lane, back past a beautiful country pond. The Treehouse towers 22 feet in the air to offer you an unforgettable night’s sleep. This unique treehouse features an outdoor hot tub, stone two-person jetted tub, king size rustic bed, walk-in shower, cherry hardwood floors and rustic furnishings. Tucked away overlooking a beautiful wooded ravine. Enjoy the full kitchen with a full size refrigerator, stove, oven, and microwave, and gas fireplace.
$219 per night
Cabin in Beach City
The A-frame at Creekside Dwellings ((hot tub))
The A-frame at Creekside Dwellings is a tiny oasis near beautiful Amish Country! Only 6 miles from Winesburg and 13 miles from Berlin. There are an endless supply of local attractions and the Pro Football Hall of Fame is only 30 minutes away, as well! The A-frame is stocked with all the amenities you will need to kick back and relax! Enjoy the steaming hot tub, Gas grill, and tree top views. *note on location: the A-frame is visible from the road during the winter months
$170 per night
Cabin in Sugarcreek
The Forty Five @ Brandywine Grove
The Forty Five is perfectly named as it’s custom built in a 45 degree angle to fit perfectly in the specific location! From farm fields to Golf Course and a view to the east that will promise breathtaking sunrise views! View of Elk on a neighboring property! So book your getaway and enjoy everything Amish Country has to offer! No Pet policy, No parties or events. *Absolutely NO elopements or weddings permitted on the property unless a contract is signed with the owner.
$349 per night

Stay near Sugarcreek's top sights

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Dutch Valley Restaurant23 locals recommend
Photo of World's Largest Cuckoo Clock
World's Largest Cuckoo Clock29 locals recommend
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Park Street Pizza42 locals recommend
Photo of Bags Sports Pub Sugarcreek
Bags Sports Pub Sugarcreek18 locals recommend
Photo of Ohio Star Theater at Dutch Valley
Ohio Star Theater at Dutch Valley20 locals recommend
Photo of Wallhouse Coffee Company
Wallhouse Coffee Company24 locals recommend

Sugarcreek vacation rentals

Treehouse in Sugarcreek
The Treehouse @Brandywine Grove
$331 per night
Rental unit in Sugarcreek
Home on Broadway (Cozy, Convenient, King Bed!)
$89 per night
Barn in Sugarcreek
The Barn Suite in The Heart of Amish Country
$70 per night
Guest suite in Sugarcreek
The Haven / Scenic Aframe cabin
$165 per night
Home in Millersburg
Little House
$69 per night
Treehouse in Millersburg
Luxury Treehouse @ Berlin Woods
$219 per night
Loft in Sugarcreek
1 bd Business Studio w/ Stunning Country Setting
$100 per night
Home in Sugarcreek
Newly Renovated 2 Bedroom home in Amish country
$98 per night
Rental unit in Sugarcreek
NEW Modern Farmhouse Apt in heart of Sugarcreek!
$139 per night
Rental unit in Sugarcreek
The 2nd Modern Farmhouse Apt in Sugarcreek!
$139 per night
Guesthouse in Sugarcreek
Farm Cottage at Heritage Hill
$149 per night
Serviced apartment in Berlin
Romantic Getaway with Hot Tub on Main - Magnolia
$97 per night

Your guide to Sugarcreek

All About Sugarcreek

Sugarcreek is a small town in northeast Ohio where rolling, green hills dive into flat valleys and beech-tree woods comprise the surrounding Appalachian Plateau region. Amish families saw Sugarcreek’s secluded hills and valleys as ideal farm grounds for crops like corn and alfalfa and members of the community continue to live and farm here.

The area’s dozens of wineries have Germanic roots, as German settlers brought over their winemaking heritage, and the Sugarcreek area produces some of Ohio’s most-loved white wines, from crisp riesling to chardonnay and pinot grigio.

If you’re looking to get outdoors, there are dense woods ready to be explored at nearby park grounds including Malabar Farm State Park. The park’s Butternut Trail is covered in a tunnel of beech and maple trees, where you can look for resident foxes and barred owls. In town, traditional taverns make welcoming pit stops, while sweet treats on offer include handcrafted donuts.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sugarcreek?

Summers in Sugarcreek are warm and humid, making this a great time to try a cold, refreshing white wine from a local producer. Winter is very cold, and snow is common. Renting a cabin in Sugarcreek at this time of year allows for toasty nights around the fireplace. A visit to the Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market with its dozens of vendors is a popular way to beat the cold — you’ll find homemade jams, hand-painted ceramics, and other locally-made goods.

Heading out into Ohio’s hill country during the cooler weather in spring offers a chance to see the season’s blooming wildflowers, including wild geraniums and purple cress flowers. Fall transitions from cool days to colder, humid weather. You can see spectacular local fall foliage by hiking through sections of the 20-mile Holmes County Trail, a wide paved area with bushy red and orange-leafed maple trees lining the pathway.

What are the top things to do in Sugarcreek?

The Norma Johnson Center Hiking Trail

Flat, green meadows and blackberry bushes fill the 300-acre Norma Johnson Center Hiking Trail, which offers three different trail options 10 minutes from town. The 1.3-mile conservation loop trail leads you through open fields and small ponds, eventually arriving at a wooden suspension bridge where you can spot colorful wildlife including bluebirds and tree and barn swallows.

Beach City Wildlife Reserve

Fifteen minutes north of Sugarcreek lies the Beach City Wildlife Reserve. At the entrance, you can take the unmarked trail on your right for a two-mile hike to Dundee Falls. Tall beech trees run alongside the walking path as you pass rock-filled creeks, eventually leading to Dundee Falls, where creek water cascades over a tall rock ledge. Woodland residents including foxes, beavers, and deer are known to make an appearance.

Alpine Hills Museum

The three-story Alpine Hills Museum in downtown Sugarcreek highlights the town’s mix of Amish, Swiss, and German heritage through antique exhibits and traditional clothes representing each background. The collection covers much of Switzerland’s influence in the region, from the Swiss architecture left in Sugarcreek to cheese chalets that still form part of an important industry in Ohio today.

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