About Us

It took many years of searching to find our spot. Each season as the Barn grows we’ve searched to find a mix of products that expresses both our shared experience and our values for a good way of life. We first opened for business in 2006 and since then have steadily grown to where we are today, selling what we feel is a unique range of products. For this we thank our customers who have always played a crucial role in our development. We’d love to hear from you & welcome you to share your ideas & comments with us, or better still, to visit us at the Barn!

We are lucky enough to be situated on the Pemaquid Peninsula, one of the most historic and beautiful areas in Maine. Settled by Europeans in the early 1600’s, it was at one time home to the Abenaki Indians or “People of the Eastern Dawn.” Once considered a ‘natural Eden’ because of the abundance of fish & wildlife, the region is still fortunate enough to support working harbors where lobster, crab, bluefish, and swordfish are unloaded daily for delivery around Maine and south to Massachusetts and New York, along with oysters from the Damariscotta River, known to be some of the best in the country. The area’s natural beauty and spectacular rivers and shoreline are hard to beat.

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We are 22 miles northeast of Boothbay Harbor, 30 miles south of Camden and 3 miles from Rte 1 at Damariscotta. Close-by you will find, The Old Walpole Meetinghouse, Thompson Ice House, Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Fort William Henry, Christmas Cove, Harrington Meetinghouse, Pemaquid Beach, Rachel Carson Salt Pond Reserve, Hardy Boat Cruises, Maine Botanical Gardens.

Hours of Business:

    • May thru October, open Monday – Saturday 10-6, Sunday 11-5.
    • Sept/Oct. open Wednesday – Saturday, 10-5, Sunday 11-5.
    • November thru April, open by appointment only.