​Lyme Farmers' Market

Lyme’s Eight-Mile River Valley offers a scenic rural landscape in the hills of South Eastern Connecticut along the shores of the picturesque Connecticut River. Nestled in those hills, Ashlawn Farm is the postcard- perfect location for the Lyme Farmer's Market.

From lazy summer skies through crisp autumn days, Saturday mornings become market day when out-of-town visitors join members of the Lyme community to reap the benefit of harvests from both land and sea.

Grass-fed beef, seafood, cheeses, organic goods, vegetables, fruits, baked goods, cut flowers and maybe the world's best coffee are just some of the locally grown produce available from the finest vendors in the area. The pace is leisurely with time to trade recipes and watch the grazing cattle, horses and goats.

"a hundred acre farm, a fifteen-room house, six barns,miles of stone walls, and a grand farmers’ market"​
Saturdays,  9-12:30
June 29- September 29

Bee & Thistle
Inn and Spa

Bee and Thistle Inn

In Old Lyme: Built in 1756, it's been an inn since the 1930s. Today this Colonial masterpiece is a gracious sanctuary designed to feed you well and relax your
mind and body.