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What a darling little place this is! A very intimate setting for the performance we saw with Dana Cunningham on Piano, Max Dyer on cello and Carol Noonan on guitar and vocals. Wonderful setting and followed by delicious pastries and coffee downstairs. We'll be coming...More
This place is understated class and beauty with a mountain lake as a backdrop. Alongside the church is a century old cemetery. Look at it from across the lake too, an incredibly awesome sight. This place inspires poetry.
As if the Almighty sprinkled colors from the top - this place is a must-visit in Eaton and enroute to Conway Notch Rail road.
I was here around 8am and look at the fog swimming in the lake and the rising sun shining on the...More
Not much to do in Eaton, but this was a must-see place to stop on our Foliage road trip thru New England. We parked at Crystal Lake, which provides a great view of the chapel. The lake isn't busy/crowded & is was very peaceful. Would...More
Our niece was married here last weekend. It's a beautiful old church and was perfect for the wedding. Parking is extremely limited. There are fans but no air conditioning which made for a very hot church on a sunny August day.
What a lovely way to bring in the Christmas season. The annual concert featuring pianist Dana Cunningham was beautiful. Add in the talents of cellist Max Dyer, a beautiful flutist and amazing sax player (forgive me, I can't remember names- I'm thinking Julie and Mike?)...More
The Little White Church, built in 1879, is a town landmark. It's famous in the Fall for picture-perfect reflections in Crystal Lake of the church's white steeple surrounded by the brilliant color of foliage-covered mountains in the background.