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Dotted with many cottage industries, i.e., a barley candy factory, a pottery studio, a farm specializing in goat milk products, an old sleigh mill, and so much more, Eaton Center is a ‘hidden gem.’ This small New England village, with its slow-paced routine, has a logo, “Come listen to the quiet” which fits perfectly here. A little white church (1879), with its century old cemetery, is the town’s famous and frequently photographed beloved landmark. Two lakes, Conway and Crystal, offer clear, fresh water for fishing, boating, canoeing and swimming. Foss Mountain Trail, with easy hiking and show-stopping views of the White Mountains Presidential Range, awaits your solitude as well as your camera. Eaton Village Store, which is reminiscent of years gone by, welcomes you to an old fashioned post office; a diner, which serves breakfast and lunch and comes with many rave reviews, and you will also take home a huge handful of memories to cherish. Restaurants, serving local ingredients with an international flair, fills your belly warmly. Palmer Pub, invites you to relish in delicious meals and drinks from their walnut bar which was originally located in the Ritz-Carlton in Boston, MA. A ‘hidden gem?’ I definitely think so.
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