Shops in Woodstock
Experience the pleasure of a stroll along the streets of a quintessential New England small town lined with exceptional and unique shops.
WALKING DISTANCE FROM THE WOODSTOCKER B&B
Gillingham’s. Founded in 1886, this is a must-visit for anyone staying in Woodstock. A genuine Vermont general store, where you will find anything you need (including a nice wine selection).
Fox Gallery Fine Arts
The Art Collaborative
The Vermont Flannel Co.
Encore (high-end consignment)
Who is Sylvia (vintage)
Home Décor, Gifts and Specialty
Clover Gift Shop: home décor, gifts, and now a line of CBD products (+ workshops and presentations)
Red Wagon (toy shop)
Coming soon: Vermont Eclectic Co.: artist-designed, Vermont-inspired T shirts and collectibles
The Art Collaborative, Danforth Pewter, Unicorn, and the clothing boutiques also carry jewelry.
Beer, Wine and Alcohol
Enjoy our BYOB policy! The Woodstocker B&B provides glasses, ice buckets and an ice machine, as well as bottle openers for the enjoyment of your personnally purchased alcoholic beverages anywhere on the property.
Hops and Barley (at the East entrance of town) has a wonderful selection of local craft beers. If you don’t shop there for yourself while in Woodstock, consider stopping on your way home to bring back some hard to find beers.
Vermont Liquor store, also on route 4 East.
Gillingham’s on Elm Street.
The Village Butcher on Elm Street.
Woodstock Pharmacy on Central Street
Eyes on Elm (eyewear) on Elm Street
LANDMARK STORES WITHIN DRIVING DISTANCE OF THE WOODSTOCKER B&B
This is just a selection of stores a discerning shopper might want to visit while in Woodstock.
In or Towards Bridgewater (route 4 West)
In or Towards Quechee (route 4 East)
Andrew Pearce bowls
Simon Pearce glass
Cabot Cheese and tasting station
Vermont Antique Mall
Deirdre Donnelly jewelry
Fat Hat Clothing Co.
In Windsor’s Artisan Park (route 5 south)
Vermont Farmstead Cheese
In Weston, on Scenic Route 100 (south)
The Vermont Country Store