Little Compton is rural in nature and boasts beautiful beaches, ponds and recreational areas, as well as local farms and farmstands, fine arts and antiques. Antique, fine art, decorative craft and boutique shops can also be found just minutes away in nearby Tiverton Four Corners and Westport’s Central Village. Our scenic roads are attractive to bike riding, running and walking.
Little Compton has a small, local general store — Wilburs General Store — in the Commons, which sells groceries, small hardware and household items, as well as wonderful gifts and toys. We also have a local gas station and convenience store, Earles, located just beyond the
Commons on Meeting House Lane and right next to Goularts Package Store (beer, wine & liquor). For a more extensive grocery selection, Lees Market is just a short drive away (±10 miles) in Westport. Little Compton also has a post office, The Art Café coffee shop, art galleries, and both a Sovereign Bank/ATM and a Bank of America ATM. There are also a few restaurants right in and around the Commons: A1 Pizza (pizza, sandwiches and salads), The Commons Restaurant (breakfast, lunch & dinner), and Crowthers Restaurant on Pottersville Road (open for lunch and dinner). There are also several seasonal shops, including The Pantry (fresh-baked bread & baked goods, breakfast and lunch items), Wilma’s at Walkers Stand, and The Coop Café at Sakonnet Vineyards.