The Sugar Hill Sampler is a unique experience - a gift shop and museum thoughtfully displayed in a colonial barn built by the owner's ancestors in the 1790's. Where wagons rolled in with tons of hay, and farm animals called home, has been sensitively modeled into 4,000 square feet of display and museum space framed by hand-hewn beams, old barn boards, and even some original flooring cut from the farm's forest in the 1800's. Visitors come from far and wide each year to browse, sample our homemade products, explore our museum and photo gallery full of area history and lore. What We offer Exotic wooden ware, platters and vases created from tree roots Candles, jewelry, and handbags Jams, jellies, and fudge Bread mixes Stained glass pieces Tervis insulated tumblers, and kitchen ware Byer's Choice Carolers and other Christmas gifts Quilts And so much more! Open Weekends Mid-April 10-4 Open Daily 9:30-5:00 May thru October Open Daily 10:00-4:00 November thru New Year's Weekend Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
Cheddar cheese, aged 2 years. Free samples. Other unusually good items: Smoked Cheddar, Maple Syrup, Old-Fashioned Crackers, Zelda's Homemade Jams & Pickles, NH-Made products, Area Souvenirs and much more. Ask for free Mail-Order Brochure. Open Daily, 7 days a week 9:30 am to 5 pm Hours as of November 1: 9:30 to 4:30 pm Closed Sundays until May Harman’s offers a Free Cup of White Mountain Gourmet Coffee every Saturday in November.
Stop by and visit our restaurant for a quick bite or pick up some pancake mix and New Hampshire maple syrup to enjoy at home. Not from around here, no problem! Head over to our online store and we'll ship you your favorite pancake mix with some New Hampshire maple syrup. Or send a meaningful gift your family and friends will treasure for meals to come.
C. H. Dana RV., Inc is a second generation family-owned and operated dealership. Started in 1955 by Clarence Dana Jr. We are located on the Connecticut River, near the pristine White Mountains in Northern New Hampshire. For over 55 years our philosophy has been simple and straight forward. Deliver exceptional value and superior service. By being selective on the products we sell and represent, assures you the Exceptional Value. Our focus on ability, knowledge and friendliness provide you with Superior Service. Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to serving you in the near future.
Located at 109 Main Street in the quaint historic town of North Woodstock, New Hampshire, this historic, cultural and rural general store and award-winning Sugar House was started by the Fadden family in 1896. The village icon is operated today by Jim Fadden and his son James with occasional other family members lending a hand when needed. A museum threads throughout the rooms, walls and shelves within the store displaying family, community and maple sugaring equipment and artifacts. This classic New Hampshire General Store is open all year round offering NH gifts and souvenirs, groceries, beverages and candy, along with Fadden's maple syrup- named the "Best Maple Syrup in NH" at the annual meeting of the NH Maple Producers Association in January, 2014 (a repeat award from 2008). A family museum and historic display of North Woodstock and maple sugaring antiques and artifacts wind throughout the store and special rooms. Tours of the state-of-the-art maple sugar production facility are available by appointment, hours may vary throughout the seasons.
The quintessential village store where coffee is sipped on the wide porch while catching up the news of the day, or checking the wall of posters of information, specials and local events. Luncheon & breakfast deli, all the groceries you forgot on the last supermarket run, loaded freezers and coolers to fill a backpack or picnic basket, and items from shoelaces to household needs and health aids. Must have souvenirs along with the whimsical, and video rentals for all- visitors or regulars. And the back counter- have the soup of the day and help with the daily crossword. Long time family owners and customer service with answers for directions you can't find on line or with your GPS- all this and more at the Franconia Village Store. Every village needs one. Perhaps you'll run into a shared life from a different time or place- maybe discover a family or friend connection. It really is a small world after all!
An excellent resource for home furnishings, bedding, women's apparel, children's clothing, footwear and accessories. Find savings up to 75% off original catalog prices at this award-winning outlet store. Open Friday and Saturday 10-5, and Sunday 10-4.
Clark's Trading Post has an exciting collection of gift and specialty shops to help you remember your visit to New Hampshire's White Mountains. There's a little something for every taste and budget. Clark's Main Gift Shop has the largest and most well stocked gift and souvenir shop in the White Mountains. Inside you will find a wide selection of candy, home-style fudge, T-shirts, jewelry, moccasins, cedar crafts, toys, mugs, stuffed animals, knives and more! As always, shopping in New Hampshire is TAX FREE! Clark's Gift Certificates are available in the main gift shop or online
LEJAC Enterprises offers a full line of services of all types of furniture including furniture repair, hand stripping, staining, refinishing, reproduction of lost parts, specialty finishing work, antique restoration and mirror re-silvering. We understand that in many cases your furniture has tremendous sentimental value. Our approach is to treat each piece as if it were our own. Let us bring one of your favorite pieces back to life. We can effectively restore any piece of furniture from a baby's chair to the family's antique.
Member-owned Littleton Consumer Cooperative Society, Inc. strives to serve the North Country of New Hampshire and Northeast Kingdom of Vermont by providing a broad range of high quality food products, offered at a fair price, with outstanding service. The Co-op exists to serve its members, not to make a profit for a large corporation. While membership is not required to shop at our store, our member-owners help govern the Co-op by electing our Board of Directors annually and contributing in other ways – from suggesting items for the store to serving as volunteers on Co-op committees. Our members also help us maintain the Co-op’s mission of supporting local growers and producers, encouraging healthy life choices, and promoting environmental sustainability locally. The movement to bring a regional cooperative food store to Littleton began in early 2006. The initial informational meeting, called by Co-op President Jeffrey Wheeler and Vice President Michael Claflin, drew an enthusiastic crowd of more than 300 people from Littleton and surrounding towns in both New Hampshire and Vermont. The Littleton Food Co-op Store opened in May, 2009. Our 13,500 square-foot store is located at the intersection of Route 302 and Cottage Street, making it convenient to both Littleton’s...
We believe “Food is Thy Medicine” and strive to grow healthy, non-GMO crops, without the use of pesticides. This year (2014) was our first growing season in many years. We have almost 12 acres in vegetable production. Crops ranged for six different types of lettuce to popcorn. Our main focus for the first year was the re-establishment of our farm stand and providing produce to our CSA members. The farm stand opened mid June and we began our Summer CSA at that time. We had a successful season and it was wonderful meeting our customers and discussing the farm with them. Over the course of the summer, we had over sixteen farm workers. The team worked really well together and performed many tasks such as seeding, weeding (a lot!), field prep, crop harvest, and operating the farm stand. For the 2015 season, we hope to expand our CSA membership significantly. We will have several CSA membership types to choose from and increase the flexibility of the CSA. We really enjoy this aspect of our farm and hope to grow it a lot. In addition, we plan to grow crops weekly for local area restaurants during the summer months. We will...
One of the last true hardware stores still in existence as generations remember because generations have proudly owned and maintained this local hardware store. Situated on Main Street near other village amenities, the answers to immediate, long term or permanent needs are found easily on well supplied shelves, nooks and corners without walking down long aisles. Every turn is within earshot of the local employees for answers and suggestions just like it used to be- and still is here.