Woodstock Vermont's Merchant Map
Shops
 
Restaurants
The Unicorn     Prince & the Pauper Mont Vert
FH Gillinghams     Bentley's Daily Grind
Clover Gifts     PI  
Red Wagon Toy Co.     Melaza  
Woodstock Sports     Mountain Creamery  
         
Galleries
 
Others
Caufield Gallery     Village Butcher  
Gallery on the Green        
Woodstock Gallery        
Fox Gallery        

Woodstock, often referred to as the quintessential Vermont town is located in Woodstock, Vermont. The Village ups the aesthetic ante for historic charm.

Stately old Victorian homes and buildings—Georgian Colonials, Federal-style, and Greek Revivals—circle the Green and are scattered throughout the village.

It's easy to imagine when horse-drawn carriages served as transportation and the town crier shared the news of the day.

 
 
 
 
 
 
The Unicorn

The Unicorn

The Village really is a cut above the rest in Vermont, and we are located right amidst all the beauty and splendor that is Woodstock.

Just a few minutes walk from our front door are some of the finest Shopes, Restaurants, Gallaries, and Museums in Vermont.

Here is a listing of many of them. Click on the name and you'll be presented with a little about the establishment.

     
Clover Gifts

Clover Gift Store in Woodstock Vermont

Located in the heart of Woodstock, Vermont, the Clover Gift Shop is recognized locally for its collection of gifts to fit any budget but without skimping on quality and uniqueness.

They aren't just another Hallmark gift store, they are the areas largest collections of quilts and have a wodnerful array of thoughtful gifts ranginf from home decor and dinnerware to Candles and Vermont made gifts.

 
     
     
     

Woodstock, often referred to as the quintessential Vermont town is located in Woodstock, Vermont. The Village ups the aesthetic ante for historic charm.

Stately old Victorian homes and buildings—Georgian Colonials, Federal-style, and Greek Revivals—circle the Green and are scattered throughout the village.

It's easy to imagine when horse-drawn carriages served as transportation and the town crier shared the news of the day.