Quality Inn & Suites
5539 Calhoun Memorial Hwy.
Easley, SC 29640-3871
Phone: (864) 859-7520
Fax: (864) 644-2002
This full service jewelry store carries a wide selection of beautiful, fine jewelry including diamond solitaires, pendants, pins, watches, rings, estate jewelry, and gold jewelry. Repair services are available.
The Knitting & LaceMaking Cottage offers supplies and lessons for the knitter, crocheter, and bobbin lace, specalizes in fiber crafts, is a knitting machine dealer of Silver-Reed, and features a large supplies of yarns, needles, and books.
Whether you are chasing trophy whitetails, slab-sized crappie or that tournament-clinching largemouth bass, Calyx Outdoor Sports has what you need to be successful. It is their goal to offer a wide selection of hunting and fishing supplies at competitive prices along with great service that will keep you coming back. They stock many name brand items, as well as some hard-to-find merchandise that can give you the edge in the woods or on the water.
A unique shopping complex that is located in an Old World, charming, and beautifully renovated historic building and features five lovely gift boutiques where you can buy everything from antiques to learning toys. A full service restaurant is also located within the complex.
Jennifer Ramos, a native of New Zealand, owns and operates The Emporium. This store is renowned for its diverse mix of home accents, jewelry, clothing and garden art. Visit The Emporium and choose from an eclectic range of Sorrelli jewelry or buy Baggallini totes and bags. Shop for trendy apparel from ComfyUSA or simply select a romantic gift for your loved one.
Christopher Park Gallery is the brainchild of Betty Bercowski and is a quirky space for art lovers as well as those looking to buy unique collectibles or objects that make interesting souvenirs. Representing local and regional folk and other artists, you will find this vibrant place decked with distinct paintings, furniture, decorative items, pottery, jewelry, handbags and other accessories mostly made from recycled stuff. Since all of their displays are single pieces and don't remain for long, it is indeed worth to know that you are the only person who is owning them. You can buy whatever is displayed, even when you are relishing tasty tidbits in their cafe called Rainer's.
Michelin on Main sells everything you need to get ready for a trip on the road, from outdoor gear for everyone in the family to maps and Michelin Man figurines. The retail space itself is quite interesting and modern, and can be rented as an event space for up to 80 people.
Specializing in collectibles and antiques, Antiques on Augusta is run by professional antique item dealers who have create mesmerizing displays of historic American and European antiques from the 19th Century. The store is decorated with fresh flowers and bright candles that create a warm and a welcoming ambiance. Its friendly and knowledgeable staff are vell versed with all kinds of products including architectural elements, vintage accessories, rugs, sterling silver items and fine antique furniture.
Denim Salon by Beija-Flor was set up by mother and daughter duo of Kathy and Emilie. Merchandise at this store includes the hot-selling Curvas Collection, where the store brought back some best-selling, famous Fall styles, and various new designs like ultra lean and classic fit. Today, Denim Salon by Beija-Flor is renowned for itc chic Brazilian design whose fit truly appeals to the contemporary American woman. It is your best destination for personalized denim consultations and exclusive jeans parties.
A trendy, cute boutique, Wish features a stylish collection of current styles and fashions with an abundance of pretty silhouettes and funky prints. It stocks designer wear from various labels like Judith March & Tracy Negoshian, BCBG, apart from affordable ones. Wish also features an amazing jewelry collection at great prices. Each piece carefully selected, it offers a memorable and fun-filled shopping experience.
Monogrammed clogs, shoes, jewelry, children's gifts, personalized wedding gifts and more are offered at The Pink Monogram.
The original general store was built in 1882, and over the decades it had been refurbished, however this old-timey shop on Main Street still reflects the place as it was in the 1920s. The store carries pet supplies, outdoor clothing for people of all ages and interests, oil lamps, gourmet food and more. Even if you're not in the market for a new cast-iron pan or handcrafted toy, the sheer variety of the items on display and the store's historic feel make this place worth a visit.