The Inn at Honey Run Welcomes New Lambs to Resident Flock

Springtime guests can also visit new lambs during their stay

The newest guests at The Inn at Honey Run are not always the getaway seekers you might expect. Instead, seven new lambs now call the Millersburg hotel's grounds home as part of the inn’s resident flock of Tunis sheep.

The sheep are a regular favorite of guests of the hotel, calmly welcoming visitors to their barn and meadow year-round. Spring is an especially good time to stop by the sheep meadow, however, thanks to the rambunctious new lambs.

Spring is an especially good time to visit The Inn at Honey Run, thanks to the rambunctious new lambs.
Early February marks the beginning of lambing season for the all-female flock. The new lambs can arrive any time over the next month or two, allowing visitors the chance to see a few different stages of the lambs’ growth no matter when they stop by. The lambs are playful and energetic, and run around with a contagious exuberance. Over the next few months, the lambs’ dark, cinnamon color will lighten to a creamy white fleece as they grow up.

The new lambs are just one allure of a springtime visit to The Inn at Honey Run. The Inn will host a Spring Wellness Retreat ( with yoga classes and healthy menu additions on March 20-22. The grounds are also a boon to anyone anxious for lighter weather—spring flowers like crocuses and trillium are early bloomers along the Inn’s walking trails.

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Categories: Hospitality, Travel, Vacations and Travel, Personal Travel

Tags: Amish Country, central Ohio, lambs, spring, travel

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