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New England Traveler


An incredibly well-curated spot for one-stop shopping. For your great aunt, a superb collection of Bernardaud; for your best friend, some of the most unique keychains around; for your kids, the cutest plates, onesies, and stuffies imaginable. And for you? How about the Mandarina Duck messenger bags that make carrying

Chapter Two

Peruse antiquarian and used books and gorgeous hand-hooked rugs, purchase hooking supplies, and ogle fine crafts by primarily regional artists in this three-building find on the road to sleepy Corea. BEST BOOKSTORE/GALLERY.

English Meadows Inn

English Meadows Inn

This “English Country House experience in Kennebunkport” is hosted by Bruce and Valerie Jackson, former London-based executive expats. They have brought their love of England back to their 1860s inn by planting classic perennial gardens and furnishing the 10 luxurious ensuite rooms w/English antiques and art, down duvets, chintz, and

Old Mill On The Falls Inn

Best Gristmill B&BJust as the name suggests, the big yellow building on Hatfield’s Mill River was converted to a B&B in 2006, resulting in nine bright, spacious rooms with all the modern amenities. But owner Ted Jarrett has also created a cozy atmosphere of antiques and oriental rugs that suits

Shelburne Museum

Shelburne Museum

A spectacular collection of American artifacts—folk art, tools, clothing, carriages, furniture, and much more—and fine art fill historic buildings throughout this sprawling, beautifully landscaped site. Highlights include circus figures and posters, and the restored steamboat Ticonderoga, high and dry but set for a circa-1920s Lake Champlain voyage. Best Art &

Skinner Auctioneers and Appraisers

Skinner Auctioneers and Appraisers

Skinner Auctioneers and Appraisers was founded 40 years ago and offers more than 60 auctions a year. It is the only full-service auction house headquartered in New England. Skinner auctions reach an international audience, showcasing unique and rare items including the fine and decorative arts, jewelry, modern design, musical instruments,

Three Chimneys Inn

A profusion of armoires, oriental rugs, carved fireplaces, and ornate canopy beds … This 1649 homestead is the oldest in Durham, and just a five-minute walk to the University of New Hampshire campus. With 23 ornately pretty rooms divvied up between the main inn and the 1795 carriage house, expect

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