Welcome!

We are accepting reservations for the B&B. Guests will be required to provide Covid-19 vaccination proof for everyone’s protection. Contact Sandy Worley at 330-874-2600 for information on gift certificates and shop items.

121 East Second Street, Zoar, Ohio 44697

Antique Shop

The shop features two rooms filled with 19th century furniture and other appropriate period accessories.

Hours are Wed-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm or by appointment. 330-874-2600

History

Photo of the original Cobbler Shop with Jacob Kuemerly and Jacob Sylvan at work. This room is currently part of our antique shop.

Common Areas

Guests are free to utilize three common areas during their stay, along with a three season enclosed porch.

Welcome to The Cobbler Shop!

BreakfastThe Cobbler Shop Bed & Breakfast and Cobbler Shop Antiques is a beautifully restored 19th Century home decorated with antiques dating back to 1828.

Located in the heart of Ohio’s historic Zoar Village, the Cobbler Shop is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway.

We’re happy you’ve come to visit, and invite you to stop back often. Better yet, come for a visit in person! Contact Sandy Worley at 330-874-2600 for information on staying in one of our five comfortable rooms. Proof of Covid-19 vaccination will be required – and yes, breakfast is included!

Gift certificates are available for both the Antique Shop and the B&B. Advance reservations are required for all stays. Book early for best availability.

Antique Shop Hours:
Wed – Fri 10am – 4pm | Saturday 10am – 4pm or by appointment.

121 East Second Street
PO Box 575
Zoar, Ohio 44697

330-874-2600

Contact us at marianc@roadrunner.com

Antique Shop

Inside the ShopOur Antique Shop is comprised of two full rooms, and was the original Cobbler “shop” for the Zoarites. Each room is filled from floor to ceiling with delightful antiques available for immediate purchase. Furniture items include 19th century cupboards, wardrobes, tables and other smalls, in original paint or finish. China items feature children’s soft paste ABC plates; flowing Mulberry, soft paste, pearlware. Pewter and brass candlesticks, baskets, redware and other appropriate period accessories are available.
Cobbler Shop Antiques
Antique Shop Hours:
Wed-Fri 10am-5pm

Sat 10am – 4pm
or by Appointment
330-874-2600

Accommodations

Cobbler Shop Blue Room
Cobbler Shop Green Room
Cobbler Shop Rose Room
Cobbler Shop Stencil Room
Cobbler Shop Stripe Room

Zoar Brezelfest

Zoar Pretzel Day The Zoar Separatists always made pretzels on Good Friday as a religious tradition. Come to Zoar for a fun, flavor-filled day that includes a how-to demonstration on making original Zoar pretzels given by a Zoar descendent! Plus: Kids activities, Museum tours, Guest Speaker, and more. Visit www.historiczoarvillage.com for more info. Photo courtesy of Historic Zoar Village.

Zoar Maifest

Maifest will be held May 8, 2021 Beers, Brats, and Bands! Celebrate the coming of spring with a traditional German festival! German food and drink, German bands, choirs, and dancing, games, make-and-take art projects and a Maypole. The Tuscarawas County Art Guild will be set up throughout the village. Maifest is also the grand opening of the new year art exhibit at the Bimeler House. The “Bimeler” was almost destroyed by floods in 2005, 2008 and 2011, and has painstakingly been brought back to...
Zoar Garden Tour

Zoar Garden Tour

Garden Tour will be held June 19, 2021 The 2021 Garden Tour features Artful Blooms! In addition to enjoying the beautiful private gardens of Zoar residents, guests will be treated to local artist demonstrations and sales throughout those gardens, too. Artists featured include pottery, paintings, fiber, and photography. Guests can also purchase sandwiches and other treats from The Zoar Bakery. Guests will enjoy the beautiful gardens and local artisans in the wide, open spaces of beautiful...
Zoar Harvest Festival

Zoar Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival is scheduled for July 31-Aug. 1, 2021   In July, join Historic Zoar Village for the Antique Show and Artisans Tent at the Annual Harvest Festival. More than 60 dealers of high-quality country antiques will be on site selling historic treasures. This is one of the nation’s most prestigious antiques shows, with dealers from across the country sharing unique finds with early American style enthusiasts and decorators. Visitors won’t want to miss an Artisan Showcase tent housing...
Civil War Reenactment

Civil War Reenactment

Civil War Reenactment September 18 and 19, 2021 The very popular Civil War reenactment comes to Zoar during Autumn of odd years. Witness battles when hundreds of reenactors set up camp at Zoar and restage a key American Civil War battle at Ohio's largest Civil War Reeanctment. Enjoy living history figures and sutlers selling Civil War-era goods. Show off your dance steps at the Civil War Ball! Each day features artillery and cavalry demonstrations, and a mock battle. For more information...
Zoar Ghost Tours

Zoar Ghost Tours

October Ghost Tours Oct 22, 23, 29, 30, 2021. Tour the buildings of Historic Zoar by lantern light as the ghosts of Zoar tell you their haunted tales. This popular event sells out every year, so call (330) 874-3011 to make reservations early. Visit Zoar Community Association to reserve your spot, and then call the Cobbler Shop at 330-874-2600 for your extended stay!
Christmas Tours

Zoar Christmas Tours

Tour the historic village of Zoar with a seasonal twist. Visitors to Zoar will enjoy the history of Zoar, the Christmas traditions of the Separatists, and the origins of some of our favorite holiday traditions. Each building will be meticulously decorated with traditional seasonal decor. These guided tours are usually available in November and December of each year. Reservations are requested but not required. Call 330-874-3011 or 800-262-6195 if you'd like to make a reservation or obtain more...
Christmas in Zoar

Christmas in Zoar

Experience all the joy and cheer of the season during Christmas in Zoar. On Saturday, December 4, and Sunday, December 5, 2021, (tentative dates) enjoy musical entertainment, a juried craft show, tour the village, and more. Make sure to visit Belsnickle, Santa, and Kristkind, and take a horse-drawn wagon ride around the village. On Saturday evening, attend a candlelight church service at the Historic Zoar Meeting House (Zoar United Church of Christ), followed by a tree lighting ceremony in the...
cobbler shop gardens

Cobbler Shop Gardens

The backyard gardens of The Cobbler Shop can not be found on any Zoar tours. Enjoy this sneak peek, which you can only view while visiting our Bed & Breakfast!
Zoar hotel hallway

Zoar Hotel Tours

Historic Zoar Village occasionally offers tours in the Zoar Hotel. Contact them at (330) 874-3011 for more information.
carriages in Zoar

Carriages in Zoar

When the Western Reserve Carriage Association comes to Zoar, you’ve got the perfect opportunity to capture the 1800’s village with your camera. As members of the Association clip clop along the village streets, the original Zoar structures are the perfect backdrop for their Spring outings. Pictures taken by Holly Thouvenin
Snowstorm at the Cobbler Shop

Snowstorm at the Cobbler Shop

If you have to be snowed in – there’s no better place to be than The Cobbler Shop! We’ve always got something warm and cozy to keep you occupied during your stay when the weather doesn’t cooperate. Here are a few snapshots of The Cobbler Shop winter wonderland.
ZCA Dinner

ZCA Dinner Events

Zoar Community Association occasionally holds special dinner events, complete with silent auctions, inside some of the old buildings. Enjoy these photos from a few different events!
Community Gathering

Zoar Community Gathering

Similarly to how the original Zoarites banded together to survive, we current Zoarites band together for fun! From time to time our neighbors congregate to enjoy music, wine, or just each other! The Cobbler Shop sponsored the event below, which was purchased at auction during a Zoar Community Association fundraising event.
Back Porch Supper

Back Porch Supper

This event was a fun one! Libby Moffat provided supper on the Cobbler Shop back porch for the winners of a silent auction.