Escape to our Central Ohio bed and breakfast, and leave your cares behind! The White Oak Inn, located in Danville, OH, is an idyllic setting for your vacation or romantic weekend getaway.
Spend your time here just relaxing in your thoughtfully appointed guestroom and watching the birds and wildlife on our 14 private wooded acres, or go exploring in Ohio's scenic countryside. Our lodging accommodations are convenient for exploring nearby Holmes County, which is home to the United States' largest Amish population.
Other area attractions include Longaberger Homestead, Roscoe Village, the Kokosing Gap Trail, Kenyon College, antique stores, cheese factories, winery tours, and more.
A truly relaxing bed and breakfast experience awaits at The White Oak Inn, the perfect getaway just "down the road" from Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, Akron, Canton, or Pittsburgh.
US 62 is currently CLOSED between Johnstown and New Albany for a construction project. Estimated finish date is August 22, 2013
The posted detour is quite long. We have a shorter route: Take 161 East to BEECH ROAD. Turn left at the bottom of the ramp and follow Beech Road to US62. Turn right onto US 62 and follow the normal directions below.
From Cincinnati, Dayton, Indianapolis or Columbus:
» Cincinnati - Take I-71 North to Columbus and follow directions below
» Dayton or Indianapolis - Take I-70 East to Columbus and follow directions below
» Columbus - get to 670 or 270 and follow directions below
Take 670 East to 270 North. (Cleveland direction) This is an exit to the LEFT. Stay in the right lane - take the exit for 161 East - New Albany.
Take the exit for highway 62.
At the bottom of the ramp, turn left on 62 and go for about 30 miles to Martinsburg. Turn left to stay on US62.
About 8 miles past Martinsburg you'll see the sign for the town of Millwood. Then you go under a bridge. Take the next road on the left (it's called Bridge Street, but there is no street sign)**. This brings you around the corner to a stop sign. Turn left (East) on Rte. 36. Go for 1 1/4 miles. Turn left on SR715. The Inn is 2.8 miles, on the left. (**Note: This is not a mistake. Highways 36 and 62 do not intersect. If you are on 62 you have to take Bridge Street into the town of Millwood to get to highway 36)
Take I-71 South towards Columbus. At Mansfield, take the exit for Rte. 13 South to Mount Vernon. In Mount Vernon, turn left (East) on highway 36. Follow the signs through town for 36 East. Approximately 12 miles East of Mount Vernon, (1 1/4 miles past the town of Millwood) turn left on SR715. The Inn is 2.8 miles, on the left.
From Points East including Pittsburgh:
Take I-77 to Rte 36 West. At Coshocton, Rte. 36 takes a right turn - don't miss it! Stay on 36 West for approximately 17 more miles. At the top of a very long hill, watch for Rte. 206 - turn right on 206. Go for about 1 1/2 miles - at the stop sign, go left on SR715. The Inn is about 5 miles, on the right.
From Amish Country (including Akron & Canton):
From I-77 take OH39 West (The Sugar Creek/New Philadelphia exit)
OR follow OH62 South from Canton. Go to Millersburg. At the main traffic light in Millersburg, turn left onto OH 62. About 2 miles out of town, turn right on OH62 West.
Go for about 14 miles. Turn left on OH206. Go 10 miles to Walhonding. Turn right on SR715. The Inn is 4 miles, on the right.
From Toledo or Michigan:
Take I-75 South from Toledo. At Findlay, Ohio, take Routes 15 & 23 East to Marion. At Marion, take Route 95 East towards Fredericktown. Just before Fredericktown, take Rte. 13 South to Mount Vernon. In Mount Vernon, at approximately the fifth traffic light, follow the signs for SR36 East. (This will bring you around the town square, out the other end, and wind through town) Approximately 12 miles East of Mount Vernon (1 1/4 miles past the town of Millwood) turn left on SR715. The Inn is 2.8 miles, on the left.
From Kenyon College
Go NORTH on Chase Avenue (308) to US 36. Turn right (east) on 36. Go for about 8 miles. Go through the town of Millwood and about 1 1/4 miles later turn left on SR715. The Inn is 2.8 miles, on the left.