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This place is great. It is a good place to eat breakfast (probably lunch and dinner too but we only had breakfast). It has a fabulous bakery attached. AND it is right next to its own hotel.
The style is dutch ranchhouse, with the porch and rail and the heavy wooden floors and wood beams. The breakfast menu had a wide variety of choices: even had my wife's favorite, buckwheat pancakes. They have a ranch-hands all-you-can-eat special which was a lot more food than we would ever eat but some people were stackin' their plates high. I had the french toast and eggs. The price was right and we had leftovers for a later snack.
Then we went to the bakery side of the restaurant (just follow your noise and the smell of baking bread). We got some fresh pumpernickle bread and two hot corn muffins. And, surprise, they had a table of home-made fudge too. There were jars of jellies and jams you could purchase to spread on the fresh bread.
We then walked over to the inn/hotel to see what that was like. Had the Bed-and-Breakfast feel to it. homey and cosy. The entry-way was more southern mansion than amish but it and the lobby were beautiful architecture. The prices were way above our budget ($100 range in 2003) but I'll bet the rooms were well worth it.
Favorite Dish: REAL buckwheat pancakes
Written Feb 19, 2007
Address: 1210 winesburg street
Wilmot has crime statistics that place it in the very low risk category for all crimes except Burglary and that crime is way above the national average. That should not affect tourists because burglaries generally take place at single family dwellings.
For the rest of the crime report, Wilmot is safe; there are not even any sexual offenders registered to the area.
So just keep an eye on your valuables. It is best to put them out of sight in the motel safebox or in the trunk of your locked car. And then use the simple safety precautions you would use at home. You will enjoy your visit to Wilmot.
Written Apr 17, 2007
Billed as the largest operating cuckoo clock (not sure that is true even though it is in the Guiness Book of Records), there is an unusual clock on the second floor of the Alpine Alpa restaurant. For a nominal fee you get too see the clockworks figures spin around while a German tuba tune is played every hour on the hour.
Stop for a laugh and a giggle but don't travel out of your way to get there.
Updated Feb 19, 2007