Visit The Hamlet
THE HAMLET BRITISH STORE IS LOCATED IN THE BEAUTIFUL WESTCHESTER VILLAGE OF MOUNT KISCO, NEW YORK.
Muscoot Farm is a place where you can experience history, agriculture, and wildlife in a family-friendly atmosphere. Muscoot Farm was once a working dairy farm. Today, it is a Westchester County park open to the public for 362 days a year.
Westmoreland Sanctuary is a not-for-profit, independent nature center and wildlife preserve. The land spans three towns: Bedford, Mount Kisco, and Armonk. The preserve is 640 acres with 8.5 miles of hiking trails. Access to these trails, along with our Natural Science Museum, is free and open 365 days a year.
At The Hamlet British Store, we offer the best there is in British food, beverages, vinyl records, books, and countless gift items for fellow ex-pats, anglophiles, and all who enter our doors hoping for a unique, authentic shopping experience.
The Hamlet British Store is located in Mount Kisco, which is a village known for its charming downtown area with a mix of shops, restaurants, and cultural comforts. It has a suburban feel while still being relatively close to the urban amenities of New York City.
In Katonah, stroll the quaint village streets, shop in distinctive stores, or share a meal in a cozy restaurant. While you are there, visit the Katonah Museum of Art, enjoy a summer concert at the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, or take a tour of the historic John Jay Homestead.
Bedford Village was the original 1680 Bedford settlement, in the southeastern portion of the town, with its Village Green and historic buildings dating to the 18th and early 19th centuries. Among these are the 1787 Court House and several homes built after the British burned the village during the Revolution.
In Chappaqua, you can stroll the old hamlet that was founded by the Quakers in the 1730s. Eccentric shops and restaurants await and are easily accessible from the Harlem Line train.