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manor-cottages-shopping-cotswold-cottage.pngShopping in the Cotswolds is nothing short of fabulous.. we have so many wonderful shops and shopping destinations, you are spoilt for choice, so once you are settled into your holiday cottage in the Cotswolds, check these places out:

Bourton-on-the-Water.

Are you staying in Bourton-on-the-Water near Christmas? If so, don’t miss the Victorian evening. Late-night shopping is the theme here, as well as getting into the festive spirit. There are some gorgeous shops here all year round too, so you won’t miss out whenever you come to visit.

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Tetbury.

Antiques are a key theme in Tetbury. This beautiful market town has some lovely shops that have a beautiful range of antiques that seems to change all the time. This is also the location of the famous Highgrove shop, named after Prince Charles’ estate. Profits go towards the Prince’s chosen charities, so you’ll feel good about treating yourself here.

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Broadway.

Broadway is another great place to go shopping. The main street here offers up some individual shops with a nice array of goods to buy. You could spend a good while in one or two of them alone. Chipping Campden is also well-known for its selection of independent one-off shops.

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Cheltenham.

For a far greater array of stores of all kinds, Cheltenham should be on your list of places to go once you leave your Cotswolds holiday cottage for the day. You should allow a day here too, so you can fit in lunch at one of the many tempting cafes or restaurants Cheltenham has to offer. A wealth of clothing emporiums await you along The Promenade, a key attraction and one of the most appealing shopping destinations in Cheltenham and beyond.

It really doesn’t matter where you go in the Cotswolds, you will always find a wide range of independent shops as well as shopping centres and larger shopping streets.