Still great ice cream and great service, but it's worth the trip just to watch their new baby goats.
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We just had a great dinner and wanted to top it off with a little ice cream. I looked here on TripAdvisor and it states they are open until 9pm. So we drove here and it was pitch black at 7:50pm. I don't know if...More
This was our first visit. We were in the area, like to try locally made ice cream and saw their website prior to our trip, noting of course that they were voted "Best in New Hampshire". The setting was pleasant - scenic, extra steps taken...More
We just happened to drive by Sanctuary Farm. A charming little gem on RT 103 in NH near Lake Sunapee. They make and sell their own ice cream, milk, and even bottle their own soda pop. You can pet and feed the goats, donkeys and...More
Great family spot for Ice cream and see the donkeys. Prices are right on and the ice cream is great. A must visit.
This " real". Farm had the best caramel gelato I've ever had. We stopped on the way back form a jazz concert at St Gaudens. This place is not far from Sunapee State park. It has farm animals, tables with umbrellas and place for kids...More
This place makes their own ice cream. We go here quite often in the summer. Service is always good and ice cream always great.
We stop her for ice cream and just loved the time we spent there. They have a little store, where we got bacon and watched the goats running around. Cute place to stop and relax for a bit.
We stopped for ice cream after dinner one night while staying in the area. The serving size is huge, for the first time in my 52 years I had to throw away ice cream. We found it very creamy and tasty.