While travelling cross-country between the Maritmes and Ontario we were directed to the Waterwheel Restaurant alongside Route 2, just west of Gorham, New Hampshire for breakfast. If you are travelling from "down east" to the north central part of the continent, this is a wonderfully relaxing and scenic way to go. Crossing back into Canada was a breeze at the very quiet border crossing in Ogdensberh,NY/Prescott,On. The Waterwheel is a very popular local eatery with a quaint country decor and lots of things to see and do, including puzzles on the tables, and the room is dominated by a huge pot-bellied stove which really works. The staff are extremely friendly and breakfast was excellent. Good food, served in an unhurried but efficient manner. You pay for your meal in their gift shop which is crammed with local stuff. They make and sell their own very good tasting, home-made fudge at a very reasonable price. I got a sampler which included 1/2 pound each of mint chocolate, maple walnut and English toffee for $11.99. This is a highly recommended pit stop if you are travelling the Whilt Mountains area in New Hampshire.
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