Shaker Woods Farm
30 Lower Smith Road
Sanbornton, NH 03269
Click here for more information on Eva's goat milk soap.
Goat milk is a fragile miracle of nature that cannot be synthetically reproduced. It is unique in natural moisturizing and skin nourishing properties, sometimes described as "nature's liposome." Milk delivers vitamins A & C, as well as calcium, directly to the skin, making it healthier and smoother.
Glycerin, created during our homemade soapmaking process, helps skin retain its natural moisture. Goat milk soaps are soothing to the most sensitive skin -- often recommended for those with eczema.
Our soaps are made with naturally saponified vegetable oils (primarily olive oil) and contain no processed animal fat. 25% of the basic soap is goat milk -- the largest single ingredient.
Some recipes contain natural ingredients to give an exfoliating quality to the soap. Homemade soap varies in color from pale yellow to dark tan depending on the ingredients, so don't expect all varieties to look the same. We use no artificial coloring, synthetic fillers or additives. Variations are noted on the soap wrappers.
Shaker Woods Farm B&B is nestled against the woods on a quiet road. Your hosts, Eva and Jack, welcome you. Our place is furnished from our world-wide Air Force assignments. Our rooms feature private, air conditioned bedrooms with private baths, in addition to our hostel accommodations. Shaker Woods Farm at Point Comfort has been featured on WMUR’s “unique country inn series.”
Shaker Woods Farm at Point Comfort was selected as a 2005 "New Hampshire Farm of Distinction**" by the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food. Here's a picture of our organic fruit and vegetable garden and the pastures beyond.
We are central to the amenities of the Lakes Region and located 6 miles from Exit 20 at I-93. Open year round: air conditioned, smoke-free, and wi-fi access. Credit Cards accepted.
Spend an afternoon cross-country skiing or biking, then make a cup of tea in the guest's convenience kitchen and relax on the sun porch that looks out toward Point Comfort at Lake Winnisquam, the Canterbury Shaker's 1920's summer retreat.
Take a look at us in spring/summer, or fall* or winter or way back in 1997.
Click on "Room Rates" above or here for room rates and lodging information or click here to check our room availability