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First the spot is beautifully situated right on the river and I was delighted to find seating both inside at a window chair overlooking the falls, while skimming through some of my book finds and outside on the patio for lunch at the Lady Killigrow...More
Great place to stretch your legs, looks at some books, check out used CDs & movies and enjoy some local art. (If I only had $450 I didn't know what to do with, one of those paintings would have come home with me!) I didn't...More
A fantastic used bookstore, restaurant, cafe, music store and art gallery in a circa 1842 mill, the beautiful building sits right next to a waterfall. The store is big with lots of sitting areas, there's multiple outdoor spots to eat, the coffee is good and...More
However my sister found a few books at a really reasonable price- it's a hidden gem in i think an old mill. There are 2 great places to eat & it was such a peaceful & wonderful experience. I would love to go back to...More
This place is beautiful. The books are inexpensive and the food at the Lady Killigrew is amazing. Their sangria is so good! This is a great place for a date, or for the family to stop in and grab lunch.
Never had a bad meal here, even if just a snack. Great affordable offerings, wonderful ambience and more books than you can ever read. Great place to pass the afternoon when one should be working or doing some work there.
You may not find a book you *need* you will certainly find one that you love! A renovated mill sitting on top of the Sawmill river, the bookstore couldn't have a more idyllic setting.They have a massive selection of fiction, non fiction, poetry, art books...More
What a great place! Full of nooks and crannies with some really interesting sections. I visited in October 2013 and fell in love with the place. My girlfriend found a review in Lonely Planet and insisted that we visited as she knew that I loved...More