Gift stores and Made in New Hampshire Gifts Concord New Hampshire
Stopping in Webster? Take a look at 8 of our favorite local gift shops and Gift stores near concord New Hampshire
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Great new business in town - Coffin Cellars Winery at 1224 Battle St, Webster NH. Run by Peter Austin and his sons are running a small locally produced wine collection called "Coffin Cellars." You can check out the selection on Sundays from 1pm to 5pm or by appointment (call 603-731-4563). Check out Peter's four different selections of wine - Blackberry wine, cranberry/pomegranate wine, raspberry wine and apple wine!
Visit the Grain Box at the Barn Store of New England, but leave your high-heels in the car. The most secret breakfast spot in New England! There are waitresses on the weekends, but otherwise sit with logger farmers and heavy equipment operators at the counter. Take it all in, as you are experiencing the prototype for the original one-stop shop. Located at 96 Old Turnpike Road in Salisbury, this place is not to be missed. Visit www.barnstoreofnewengland.com or call 603-648-2888.
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Cloverdale Feed and Farm, at 299 Battle Street in Webster, has everything the country person could want. Tucked, stacked, back-stocked and misplaced, but if you find it, a bargain basement for sure. Watch out for chickens on the way in. You hit it, you eat it. 603-746-3234.
Stop in at the Wooden Bowl Outlet at 1213 Battle Street. These folks know the perfect dog walk, a private picnic spot and a deep hole in the Blackwater River to cool off. The real New Hampshire is waiting for you on the Currier and Ives Highway. www.nhstateparks.com/blackwater.html
Beech Hill Farm Ice Cream and Gift Shop is a Best of New England award winner. Just a stones throw from the Wooden Bowl Outlet, Beech Hill Farm serves up smiles for the whole family. Open May 1st through October 31st, find more information at www.beechhillfarm.com.
No wonder so many Webster families enjoy Corgis to this day. With the royalties from her second book, Tasha Tudor bought a farmhouse in Webster, New Hampshire in 1945. She moved in 1971, but the legacy of “Mother Goose” has never left Webster. Stop in at the Wooden Bowl Outlet on Highway 127 for directions to her home for 26 years or visit www.tashatudorandfamily.com.
The wooden Bowl Outlet on scenic highway 127 now known as the Currier and Ives highway. Discounts in this Yankee wooden ware outlet begin at 50 percent. More Information