The hamlets, towns and villages of the Great Western Catskills are where you’ll be pleasantly surprised by unique finds and small-town fun. Both the Main Streets and back roads offer great finds, from antiques, specialty shops and taxidermy, to Saturday night auctions and weekend town-wide yard sales. Here you’ll find those one-of-a-kind items by rambling and roaming through the Great Western Catskills!
Come in for antiques, handmade gifts, and hand-beading by Carol-Ann. There is everything for tea and a Kids Closet section for families. Make sure to stop in when you're passing through.
In 1968 the House of Axtell Antiques, also known as The Rookery, was born. This lovingly restored inn now houses some of the best examples of early Americana with emphasis on scarcity, unusual form, and superlative, untouched condition of our museum-quality offerings: baskets, stoneware, treenware, redware, folk art, iron hearth accessories, country furniture, textiles, art work, glassware, and early lighting devices. In 2012 The Rookery Bookery was established as an adjunct to The House of Axtell Antiques. Featured at this bookery are hundreds of books, periodicals, catalogues, and paper ephemera.
Catskill Candies and Confections specializes in yummy whimsical chocolates. Each candy is made from scratch and is hand decorated resulting in a one-of-a kind fun piece of chocolate art. All of the chocolates are made in limited batches for absolute freshness.
Newly open store featuring the works of local Catskill artisans, fiber artists, and wood workers. Open Thursday to Monday 10:30am - 4:30pm.
Specializing in vintage clothing for the Catskills lifestyle. Inventory changes seasonally, with summer dresses, Pendelton plaid shirts, Woolrich hunting jackets, ski sweaters, and holiday party attire, each stocked at its time. New items arrive weekly at prices that make them almost irresistible. Hours: Sat - Sun from 10am - 6pm. Memorial Day through New Years Eve. NEW - kids clothing.
Creative Corner Books specializes in cooking, crafts, and DIY books. Come browse in our bright, cozy setting! Chat, linger over a cup of tea, and dream about your next undertaking.
We offer an eclectic blend of products for the home, hearth, farm and garden. From balsam pillows, to a battered old rocking chair, to an exquisite hand knitted wool blanket. We require that any and all of our goods be both visually beautiful and captivating in their simplicity.
Good Cheap Food is committed to making whole foods available at reasonable prices, marketing locally grown and produced foods, and providing information on food and health issues.
There's no better way to spend the day than meandering through the aisles, browsing the books, and taking in a classic country village. Enjoy a coffee. Stay in touch to learn about our series of book readings, signings, movies and special events. Second Saturdays are a wonderful time to visit Hobart for lots of fun every month.
We stock a wonderful variety of items from cooking equipment, cookbooks, linens, stemware all for the gourmet cook in you.
Not your typical antique store. The shop's displays are more like a gallery but with the feel of an old-world museum. the focus is on primitive 19th Century farmhouse cupboards, natural history prints and old school charts. Fall and Winter hours are Saturdays 11:30am to 5pm and Sundays 11:30am to 3:30 pm.
The Lucky Dog Farm Store offers an exceptional variety of produce from the Farm, prepared meals and baked goods from the Cafe, local products from neighboring farms such as cheese, milk, vegetables, friuts and berries, beef, pork and poultry, as well as maple and honey. Shelves are lined with local gifts of soaps, pottery, yarns and woodworks. Bulk dry goods such as nuts, grains, beans and spices at affordable prices mingle with staples such as marinara and olive oil. All Store products are chosen consciously and most are organic.
Where you will always find that something special for that special someone.
The Margaretville Auxiliary Thrift Shop sells a wide variety of gently used, unique and frequently changing, donated items: clothing, shoes, household items, textiles, games, cds, dvds, books, toys, bags, jewelry, small furniture, sporting equipment, and assorted odds and ends. roceeds benefit the Margaretville Hospital and the Mountainside Residential Care Center. Hours: Tues 12-4, Wed 10-4, Thurs - Sat 12-4.
A caravan serai in the Catskills presenting select handcrafts and ethnic artifacts from around the world -- including clothing, jewelry, ceramics, textiles, and rugs. Store Hours are Thursday through Sunday and holiday Mondays from 10am - 5pm.
A framing shop and gallery, combining over twenty years of friendly, professional service with great design!
Roxbury General is a modern general store on Roxbury’s Main Steet offering a variety of beautiful and useful goods, much locally sourced. Examples include seasonal clothing, local crafts, home goods, hardware, pantry items, toys, jewelry, stationery, handbags, art, books, and novelties, and small practical items.
Roxbury General also offers a fine stable of 24-speed Schwinns to carry you effortlessly through the Catskills countryside. Rental are full-and half-day, with helmet, and just 1.4 miles from he Catskills Scenic Trail and other great local rides!
Open 7 days a week!
Open during regular library hours, the RLA Thrift Shoppe at the back of the library has men’s, women’s and children’s clothes, household items, fabrics, kids’ toys and a free magazine bin. RLA currently offers a $3/bag sale (plastic grocery store bag), a $5/bag sale (large paper shopping bag), and a $2/book bag sale. Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 10am-5pm, Saturdays 10am-2pm
Currently Russell's is one of only two stores in Bovina, and the only one that serves as both a sandwhich shop and general store.
The building is owned by the Bovina Historical Society and Beatriz Sohni is the proptietor. One can buy gas, gift certificates, groceries, clothes, knickknacks, souvenirs and much more. Also, have lunch and look at the Bovina Historical Society's artifacts. Many products in the store are locally made or grown. There are knitted blankets, eggs, meats and locally produced arts and crafts.
An authentic vintage department store established in 1883, Stewarts offers unusual clothing, home goods, toys and everyday essentials. Open seven days a week.