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 Spring Sale until April 30th with Really-Really Aged Cheddar (3 years, 11 months)

Sugar Hill is a beautiful, rural community located
in the midst of the many splendors of New Hampshire's White Mountains. Our town's website: www.SugarHillNH.org

Franconia Notch & The Area

The Old Man of the Mountains Museum
Cannon Mountain Ski Area & Aerial Tramway
New England Ski Museum
The Flume Gorge and Basin
Profile & Echo Lakes
Clark's Trading Post & Trained Bears
White Mountains Attractions

Kancamagus Highway

Scenic Byway, Hiking, Water Cascades & Falls
Mt. Washington - the highest peak in the Northeast
Mt. Washington's Grand Hotel
The Cog Railway to the summit
Bretton Wood's Canopy Tour
Bretton Woods Ski Area & Resort

Crawford Notch

Silver Cascade Falls
Flume Cascade
Arethusa Falls - "NH's Spectacular Waterfall"
North Conway's "Notch Train"  

Pinkham Notch

  Mt. Washington Auto Road
Appalachian Mountain Club
Wildcat Mt. Ski Area
Story Land

You can come to our area for Hiking, Attractions, Moose & Bear sightings, lovely Scenic Drives, Antiquing, and so much more.
See White Mountains Attractions and the Franconia Notch Chamber for more information on our area.

We've got something for every season. Autumn foliage is quite colorful and popular, but a visit in June to see our gorgeous fields of Lupine flowers is a spectacular experience. You'll find lots to do during the summer up in our area and don't think we close up in the winter - it's a great time to visit whether you are into outdoor sports activities or just enjoying the pristine views. I highly recommend taking a trip up the Tramway during winter to see the view!

Our area has excellent Inns, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts, Restaurants, and lovely little shops like ours. If you would like more information on our area, visit www.franconianotch.org.

 

 

 

Whatever time of year you visit, our sample table is always set for you to have a nibble of our Really-Aged Cheddar. While you are in our area we hope you take the time to visit some of our Sugar Hill neighbors:

 

 

 

Polly's Pancake Parlor - The place to eat in Sugar Hill (Restaurant open March to October but Bakery and Giftshop is open year-round).
Sugar Hill Sampler & Family Museum - Great place to browse.
Sugar Hill's 1884 Community Church, Pastor Ned Wilson
Sunday Service 11 am, Sunday School 10 am
St. Matthew's 1893 Episcopal Chapel - Open summers only
Sugar Hill Historical Museum -
Free Admission. Open June - October: Fridays & Saturdays, 11 am - 3 pm. This year's special exhibit celebrates the 50th Birthday of our town of Sugar Hill.
Sunset Hill House: Grand Inn & Golf Course - Grand Views & Traditions!
Sugar Hill Inn - Superb Atmosphere & Dining
Houston's Furniture Barn - Used Items, Collectibles, & Antiques
(ok, Houston's is not in Sugar Hill but very, very close on Rte. 117)

 

Visit the "Old Man of the Mountain" Museum in Franconia Notch.
Although He's gone - He's not forgotten!

Many GPS devices do not plot our location exactly. If your GPS says keep driving for 2.4 miles but you see our store, stop, because you won't find another Harman's Store down the road. There's only one store.


November through April:
Open Monday - Saturday, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
May to October: Open Daily 9:30 am - 5 pm

Written directions to Harman's Cheese & Country Store are provided below from Interstate 93 and Interstate 91. For a map to view and print, select one of the following:

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From New Hampshire's Interstate 93:

  • Take Exit 38 to Route 18 (Heading North, bear left off exit)
    (Heading South, bear right off exit)
  • Turn Right on Route 18, follow Rte. 18 for 1/2 mile.
  • Take bridge to Left and follow Route 117 up the hill to Sugar Hill.
  • Our store is on Route 117, 2½ miles from the bridge
    (past Polly's Pancake Parlor, St. Matthew's Episcopal Church,
    and The Sampler Gift Barn. We're across from the Sugar Hill Museum).

From Vermont's Interstate 91:

  • Take Exit 17 to 302 East
  • Follow 302 East for 16 miles - typical New England roads, with lots of curves and wonderful Covered Bridges along the way in Woodsville, Swiftwater, & Bath
  • After the town of lisbon and passing the old Sugar Hill Train Station, turn right onto Route 117 to Sugar Hill.
  • Just 5 more miles up Route 117 to Harman's Cheese & Country Store.
  • You'll see our town's lovely 1830 Meeting House just before our red store.

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