Love.Yarn.Shop opened September 1st, 2015, on Bethlehem, New Hampshire’s quaint Main Street, right in the historic Colonial Theatre. You’ll find a stroll around Bethlehem worthwhile. Next door is Yaro Lighting, where Roland Shick creates his handmade lamps and Yonder Mountain Nursery,where his son Lars cultivates succulents. Down the street is Ron Smith with his whirligigs on the lawn. Across the street is an eclectic gift and clothing store, Ragamuffins. Doogan’s offers homemade fudge, hot dogs, and an assortment of local fare. Next door, you’ll find a wonderful selection of used books at Beannacht. Fresh donuts and coffee are available at Les Fauves. Bethlehem has its share of antique dealers: Hundred Acre Wood and Lonesome Woods both prove interesting browsing. You can find local art hanging in many places, but especially in the studio 42 Maple. In addition, Cold Mountain Cafe, Rosa Flamingos, Rek’ Lis Brewing Company, and Maia Papaya all offer respite for the traveler with delicious food and drink. Looking for a place to stay downtown? Check out The Mulburn Inn just down the block.
Visit the town at Bethlehem, New Hampshire.