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You looking for something from the by-gone days or from today, this country store has a GREAT variety. We ended up buying homemade cheese, candy, post cards, and a beautiful warm fall scarf. Prices were reasonable. Spent more time browsing/reminiscing about our childhood (in the...More
As we traveled Rt 11, I saw that we were near Layne's. Brochure from VA welcome station said featured in Southern Living as a 'must stop', so we detoured a bit. They had beautiful hanging baskets of flowers, good looking hams & a wide variety...More
The title says it all, my daughter and I stopped in to check it out and get a bite. The gentleman behind the counter said all they made was a plain white bread Sammy . We were hungry so we went with it. I had...More
Had to make a stop here after hearing about it from locals that say it's a great place to visit. The whole story it's just a lot of fun funky cool stuff that's part Country store and part entertaining. Lots of different jams and jellies...More
Stopped in to buy some of their reputed country ham and other things. Friendly owners shared lot about the area and their retail operation and philosophy. Would highly recommend a stop at their store if you are in the area and want a pleasant country...More
Locally owned and family operated! Cute little country store offering unique jellies, jams, spices and Hill Billy decor. We enjoyed visiting with the cashier and learning the history of the place. It was her Papa's store until his passing five years ago. The family has...More