Communal Places for Literary Enthusiasts
M The Montague Bookmill is an independent bookstore located inside a converted 1834 grist mill (National Register of Historic places) in the picturesque New England village of Montague, Massachusetts. The charming bookstore’s motto is “Books you don’t need in a place you can’t find” and they claim to have “40 thousand books and one waterfall” Baked goods from the Bookmill’s café are said to be as superior as the views from the bank of the Sawmill River. If, by chance, you’re not yet enchanted, other attractions include fine dining, an art gallery, and a music store.
“Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary” ~ Jim Rohn
Oh my goodness! I love the Montague Bookstore! I haven't been there in years but used to visit when I lived in Western Mass. This brought such a smile to my face!ReplyDelete
I'm happy to have conjured fond memories ;-)Delete