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13 of us traveled to Miller Haas for the second time and had a fantastic stay. Our check-in of 13 people in six different rooms was very efficient and Martha treated us wonderfully. The breakfast was to die for! Beautiful, clean, and very welcoming is...More
Amazing!! I can't say enough about how much we loved staying here!! We split our nights up between a couple places, and we were so sad that we did...we didn't want to leave this beautiful B&B!!
Everyone was beyond friendly, and the breakfast was absolutely...More
This was our first time to stay in a B&B. We loved it. The rooms were very clean. The breakfasts and evening snacks were delicious. There was no TV in the rooms, but we didn't miss it. The porches were nice to sit on any...More
We had a wonderful time at the Miller Haus. The room was cozy and the back porch view was great. It was quiet and relaxing. Breakfast was wonderful! Omlets, potatoes, sausage, fresh fruit, cinnamon French toast, and blueberry crumble with ice cream. It surpassed our...More
This is our second time to the Miller Haus. It was just as fabulous as the first time. We sent our parents there a couple months ago for a visit. They loved it. Took some of our kids this time. Nice clean rooms, beautiful setting,...More
We saw two rooms that could be accessed from a path that comes from the front of the house and through an outside porch. But, the actual dinning room area is on the top floor but, it's street level. You might call the... More
We saw two rooms that could be accessed from a path that comes from the front of the house and through an outside porch. But, the actual dinning room area is on the top floor but, it's street level. You might call the InnKeeper. She's very helpful and honest about concerns.