An eclectic boutique in the center of Williamstown, the heart of the beautiful Berkshires. We feature a wide array of gifts and women's clothing. You can always find a gift at The Cottage, even for those individuals who are difficult to shop for. We feature Vera Bradley, PANDORA(tm), Burt's Bees,Woodwick, clothing & Jewely
By answering any and all questions about their erotic wares, the staffers at Amazing Intimate Essentials have helped promote safe and sensual trysts for more than 40 years. Their selection of massage oils, lubricants, and adult toys—which occupies stores spread throughout the Northeast and Texas—contains goods from such established brands as We-Vibe, Jimmyjane, and K-Y. They staff female-friendly merchandise, as well as products that help couples create more sparks in the bedroom than a master metalworker soldering a "do not disturb" sign to the door. The staff stresses openness and acceptance in regards to romantic endeavors, an attitude that also fuels their unwavering support of the LGBT community.
The stitch mavens at Foofsique Quilting Emporium cater to customers by stocking an extensive selection of fabrics and an arsenal of sewing and quilting supplies. Walls brim with the cascading rivulets of 800–900 bolts of fabric ($7.99–$10.50/yard) from popular lines such as Moda, Marcus Fabrics, and Timeless Treasures. Foofsique empowers phalanges with an assortment of stitch-aiding accessories ($0.25+), including rotary cutters, thimbles, needles, bobbin winders, and microscopic fabric looms. The emporium also sports an ever-changing display of handmade samples, attempting to inspire a creative stroke in its customers without paying a muse's exorbitant rental fees.
Founded in 1928, Carr Hardware stocks more than 50,000 items that can aid in everything from DIY home-construction projects and lawn maintenance to automotive and party supplies. Shake down low-life weeds for lunch money with Roundup Pump 'N Go Weed & Grass Killer ($16.99), or surround them with positive role models by purchasing the 3.75-pound container of EZ Seed, a life-affirming combination of mulch, seed, and fertilizer ($13.99). Black or tan stack chairs ergonomically assist in lemonade consumption ($18 each), and children can wield 24-inch lawn-and-leaf rakes ($6.99) and glow LED flashlights ($3.99–$6.99) during lawn-raking raves. The 18-inch bamboo grill brush cleans cooking grates with dazzling fortitude and is amply suited to futuristic application as a robot loofah ($6.99).
Down in Denver Bookstore specializes in buying and selling used and rare titles within the Old Clark House, a Civil War–era structure nestled in the Berkshire Mountains. Inside the historic shop, originally built in 1840, wooden bookshelves house a plethora of vintage and eclectic literary fiction and nonfiction volumes. Impress literature-loving pals with a signed copy of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels ($28), or dynamize humdrum gatherings by reading electrifying excerpts from Life and Times in Colonial Philadelphia ($5). First editions of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest ($55) and Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray ($175) bolster even the most esteemed home library or bathroom shelf.
Don't miss a tasty Berkshire experience at Hilltop Orchards, home of Furnace Brook Winery. From over 25 varieties of apples, to 15 award-winning wines, to fresh-baked fruit pies, cold pressed cider and delicious cider donuts. Hike or cross country ski/snowshoe for stunning views from the hilltop or explore woodland trails.