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All reviews penn alps local artisans step back in time parking lot gift shop log homes on site unique items for sale essential oils great restaurant wooded area interesting place to visit many years nice stop interesting history stone bridge
Except for the Penn Alps Restaurant, this isn't worth the stop. About the only interesting artisan was the smithy - an artist with unique (and expensive) creations. Other than that, the shops in the Village offer pretty much that's in the Penn Alps Restaurant shop...More
A very old area that could use a refresh. Not new buildings, but clapboards that have fallen off many years ago and weeds growing in the gutters. In Sept, like Deep Creek, this place is empty. Of the limited number of stores, 5 were closed...More
I'm not a "craft guy" but this was a nice mix of shops with local artisans (woodwork, quilters, soap makers, bird carvers, blacksmithing, etc.) There are few decent places for eats as well as a nice area to walk. Volunteers offer some interesting history of...More
I was looking forward to visiting on the way to Deep Creek so when I finally got there and walked around I was very disappointed. Just reminded me of a touristy place not a cluster of real artisans.
Don’t get me wrong some of the...More
What a cute place to visit, just walking around outside and taking pictures of the individual shops was just as enjoyable as going inside to see what they were selling. We did not eat there so I can’t comment on the food.
Beautiful setting. Wonderful artisans. Get place to loose yourself in history for an afternoon. The Yoder House is especially interesting & is staffed with people to answer your questions. Must see when in the area. Great place to find unique Christmas gifts or unusual items...More