Posted on Feb 3, 2021
Hours were updated.
- J. WWent looking for this mysterious Ice Cream spot after reading a local fishwrap whilst waiting in a North Conway restaurant. We headed out for an adventure on a rainy day and followed the instructions. Something like “Take the main road, then turn onto the secondary, then onto the tertiary road, onto the the dirt road, and then finally follow the two dirt tracks up the mountain”. When the bear crossed the road just in front of us we figured we were close. Then the meadow opened in front of us and there was Shangri-La. Amazing flavours such as Lemon Ginger, Blueberry, etc all self served from a little shop on the porch. Through the windows you could even watch the elves making their wonderful products. We have now been there twice, and I assure you that I would drive all the way from Canada just to visit this slice of heaven.
- Lisa MWent with the family on an ice cream adventure to the Sandwich Creamery. Got hassled a little because it's a lot of dirt road to get there and some hills, but once you get there it is a lot of fun. This is a New England honor based business where they stack the coolers with all sorts of ice cream flavors in three sizes plus sundaes and ice cream sandwiches. You write down what you took and put the money in the mailbox built into the wall. Please NOTE this is a CASH BASED BUSINESS ONLY so bring small bills as there is no change available. This was a fun adventure and we'd go back again just for the fun of it. I got a small grapenut custard, dirt road, and tipsy turtle. I picked up sea salt caramel for our daughter. My husband got cow tracks. And my son and daughter-in-law got grasshopper pie, s'mores, oreo, and some chocolate milk. Just a suggestion more grapenut cereal in the custard.
- Martha MThis ice cream place was really out in no where but worth the drive thru the woods as the I've cream was wonderful! They had a quaint sitting area as well. They also sold cheese there which was delicious. It appears to be farm fresh items. Would highly recommend going.