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Independence Day Getaway at Snowvillage Inn

Celebrate your Independence Day holiday at Snowvillage Inn in New Hampshire’s White Mountains this year. You’ll be removed from the bustling streets of North Conway but only 10 minutes away. This special getaway isn’t just the Fourth of July…this deal runs from June 17th until July 9th so kick

Mix Café & Bakery, Jeffersonville, Vermont

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Mix Café & Bakery, Jeffersonville, Vermont

The first thing that hits you as you walk into this sunny spot in the tiny village of Jeffersonville is the mouthwatering scent of fresh-baked pastries, decadent creme brulee French toast, and whatever waffle is on special.
If your taste runs to hearty, you won’t go wrong with the cafe’s summer

Dolphin Chowder House

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Dolphin Chowder House

At the Dolphin Marina and Restaurant, you can dine on Maine coastal fare, including Maine lobster dinners, fresh, local seafood, and hand-cut steaks. The waterfront location offers outstanding views of Casco Bay and its many islands. Located on the tip of Basin Point, South Harpswell, and at the water’s edge

East Ferry Market and Deli

Across from the ferry landing, which takes in a view of Newport and the Pell Bridge over Narragansett Bay’s East Passage, this spot is “the office” to its regulars, because so much local business gets done here. This father/daughter operation is known for its fresh muffins and a great crab-salad

Flour Bakery

Best Bakery/CafePop in early for scones, muffins, or the sinfully rich cinnamon cream brioche, and come back at midday for hearty soups and tasty sandwiches, such as roast lamb with tomato chutney and goat cheese.

Goddard Mansion Bed and Breakfast

Goddard Mansion Bed and Breakfast

An 18 room English Manor home on seven acres with panoramic mountain views (stunning during foliage season) of the mountains in New Hampshire and Vermont. Near four season recreation including downhill and cross-country skiing, canoeing, kayaking, and hang gliding. Also near cultural and historical activities. High speed wireless internet access,

Mix Cafe & Bakery

From the granola to the English muffins–even the chocolate milk and the cranberry cocktail (made with locally grown berries)–it’s all from scratch.–Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012

Nana’s Kitchen

Doesn’t look like much outside, but it’s pure tastebud heaven inside, with fresh breads, biscuits, muffins, and doughnuts. Fan favorite: the crabmeat omelet. Breakfast all day; most choices are less than $6.

North Bakery

A pastry chef without a sweet tooth? Kelly Dull admits that it’s the pastry world’s artistry that inspired her studies at Johnson & Wales. Here, savory muffins, scones, and hand pies coexist with sugary treats. Salt-dusted chocolate-chip cookies outsell them all. Pastries: from $1 each. Best Inventive Baked Goods

Slice of Heaven

“Eggs Copenhagen” offers tons of smoked salmon; “veggie Benny” has plenty of portobellos and friends. (Both cost $10.99.) Expertly cooked eggs; terrific Hollandaise; fresh fruit on the side. Breakfasts: from $5.99. Lunch entrees: from $7.99.There’s a certain etiquette here that sets it blessedly apart: Anyone reading is left alone. You’ll

Stony Creek Market

Locals depend on this busy shop, right on Long Island Sound with a view of the Thimble Islands, for their morning java and muffins. Bring wine—at night there’s pizza.–Yankee Magazine, May/June 2010

The Atlantic Birches Inn Bed and Breakfast

The Atlantic Birches Inn Bed and Breakfast

Hosted by Ray and Heidi (Ray is a native New Yorker who enjoys cooking, gardening, reading, and furniture restoration; Heidi is a native Mainer who enjoys cooking, inn decorating, and guest-trip planning). This historic 1903 Victorian inn and casually romantic 1920s cottage is perfect for small weddings, elopements, family reunions,

The Richards B&B

A romantic stone house, built in 1884, with meandering garden paths.–Yankee Magazine, July/August 2011Best Taste Of The OutdoorsThis 1884 mansion was built from stone quarried on the property and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Pass the daffodil fields to continue a half-mile meander through the woods

Wild Blueberry Land

Step inside a humongous roadside blueberry to find freshly baked Maine wild-blueberry pies, muffins, and scones; blueberry jams, syrups, spreads, butter, truffles, ice cream, and more; plus blueberry-scented candles and blueberry-themed everything else. BEST BLUEBERRY EVERYTHING.

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