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Towns & Villages
Shopping is one of the best things to do in Somerset - and the Somerset shopping scene is as varied as the landscape. Start at the shiny shopping centres in Bath for today’s top brands, then explore the bustling boutique shopping streets in towns and cities across Somerset. Our county’s high number of independent retailers means you’ll find stockists of everything from vintage clothes to arts and crafts, garden and leisure supplies to food and drink. Above all, shopping in Somerset means you’re guaranteed to leave laden with locally-produced souvenirs.
We'd love to show you around the new Hare Brewery, which combines traditional artisan methods with state-of-the-art technology to bring you more of what you know and love, and some exciting new beers too.
Beauty of Bath offers sophisticated body care and home fragrance
Wookey Hole Cave Aged cheddar cheese, matured in the caves, a taste of Somerset.
A fresh, new experience in retail therapy, Kilver Court mixes a fabulous discount designer shopping emporium with amazing secret gardens.
Hosting a superb range of seasonal fruit and vegetables, freshly baked bread, and more...
Sharpham Park is a 300 acre estate in the heart of the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury.
Premier Bunnies Supermarket stocks all your holiday essentials; with a large range of food including bread rolls and baked goods, newspapers and much more.
Roger and Sakina Buoy founded The Somerset Toiletry Company in 1999. Serial entrepreneur Roger and aromatherapy expert Sakina identified a gap in the market to produce beautiful, honestly priced luxury toiletries.
Browse through an array of beautiful gifts and local produce at the Hestercombe Shop, including charcoal made on site in the Hestercombe woodlands, and books to inspire.
Discover an enormous range of willow baskets made by our team of skilled craftsmen and women using our own home-grown willow on the Levels in Somerset.
Cider Farm Shop in Somerset, near Burnham on Sea
For more than a hundred years, family-run Thatchers Cider has been quietly perfecting cider.
Come and visit World Horse Welfare's Glenda Spooner Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre.