See below for Indagare’s picks of the best boutiques in the Cotswolds. These are the shops we love to visit most during our times in this pastoral countryside region. (And for all our recommended stores, see our full Cotswolds shopping guide).
For a bold and eclectic mix of decorative antiques and accessories. 21 Long Street
ANNE FOWLER Village: Tetbury For decorative furniture, lighting and accessories. 35 Long Street
BEARDS Village: Cheltenham For designer jewelry and watches. 70 Promenade
BROWNRIGG Village: Tetbury For small collectibles and furniture from dozens of independent dealers. 14 Long Street
CUTTER BROOKS Village: Stow-on-the-Wold For stylish countryside fashion and housewares curated by Amanda Brooks. The Square
COTSWOLDS SWEET COMPANY Village: Stow-on-the-Wold For homemade chocolate, fudge and other confections. The Square, 1 Crossway House
DAYLESFORD ORGANIC FARMSHOP Village: Daylesford For organic gourmet food and an excellent café, opened by Lady Carole Bamford. Daylesford near Kingham
HAYNES, HANSON & CLARK Village: Stow-on-the-Wold For a fabulous wine selection. Sheep St.
HIGHGROVE SHOP Village: Tetbury For a posh grocery and gift shop opened by none other than Prince Charles (all profits go to his charitable foundation). 10 Long Street
LORFORDS Village: Tetbury For unique, decorative antiques and contemporary pieces, in addition to design services. 30 Long Street
STATION MILL ANTIQUES CENTRE Village: Chipping Norton For extensive wares from more than 80 dealers. Station Road
STROUD FARMERS’ MARKET Village: Stroud For more than 60 stalls of delicious local produce. Cornhill
UPTON SMOKERY SHOP Village: Burford For high-quality food, including smoked meats, homemade pâtés, oils, vinegars and more. Upton Downs Farm
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