Midwest Living Review
We have to admit, the image is a little jarring when you first arrive at Premier Carriage House Cottages. Here you are, rolling along a country road behind black Amish buggies, and you come upon this oasis of little vacation homes. But they are a great place to stay for people who want to spend time in Amish Country but still watch a little TV at night. These seven cottages, each with its own architectural style, come standard with king beds, gas fireplaces, two-person whirlpool tubs, full kitchens and baskets of snacks on the table. The kitchen appliances are older; the burner covers are wrapped in foil; and the living room furniture is not new. But overall, the cottages look and feel a step up from some of the B&Bs we've stayed in around here. In fact, if you're a B&B person, this is a nice alternative. It feels like a homey getaway, but you can keep to yourself if you'd like. And you can sit out on the back porch with a glass of wine and watch the Amish buggies coming and going along the road nearby. The property managers are not on-site. But when we needed to make a phone call and couldn't get cell service, a mounted wall phone outside the office rings them directly, and they had us ask one of the Amish gardeners to let us into the office to make a call. From $175.