Stay, Shop & Eat

The Village Store

Discover distinctive, artisan quality goods made with the same workmanship and ingenuity as Shaker products. Take home an oval box, basket or broom, many of which are handmade in the workshops at the Village. Specialty foods, textiles, soaps, candles, brass sleighbells, and cards are among the beautiful items to choose from.

The Village Store will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 pm to 4 pm, and during special events.

To inquire about items for sale, please call 603-783-9511, ext. 221, or send us an email.

The Creamery Café

The Café offers light lunch options in a relaxed, authentic Shaker setting. You will also find snacks, drinks, and locally produced food items. The Café offers seating inside and out. The Café is currently closed; opening dates will be posted as soon as they are determined.

Nearby Options

Make a day of your visit to the Village by seeing more in and around Canterbury!

You might enjoy the Fox Country Smokehouse, a fixture in Canterbury for over 50-years and just four miles from the Village. The Canterbury Country Store in Canterbury Center is a traditional general store and in addition to staples, features the products of more than 40 local craftspeople and businesses.

Most weekend afternoons, Canterbury Aleworks is open. Experience its unique brewery building and cozy tasting room or, just up Shaker Road, visit Cold Garden Spirits distillery.

At the southern end of Shaker Road in Loudon, 3 miles from the Village, you’ll find two go-to local eateries: the Eggshell Restaurant and Brookside Pizza.

The Canterbury Farmer’s Market is held every Wednesday from 4 – 6:30 pm, located at 9 Center Road, Canterbury, New Hampshire, 03224.

To the north of the Village, you’ll find an array of restaurants and an outlet mall in Tilton, at Exit 20 off Interstate 93.

Concord, New Hampshire’s capital city, is about 20 minutes south of the Village and offers a lively restaurant and cultural arts scene that includes the Capitol Center for the Arts, Red River Theatres, the NH Historical Society, and the McAuliffe/Shephard Discovery Museum. Easy access from the Village is via Shaker Road south to Route 106 and I-393.

Where to Stay

The Historic Nutmeg Inn B&B is located just 5 minutes away from downtown Meredith and beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, the Nutmeg Inn’s provenance dates back to 1763 as the Eliphalet Rawlings Homestead.