Whether shopping or browsing, Broadway offers an individual and highly enjoyable retail experience with a high street that is still 90% independently owned. In addition to several nationally well-regarded commercial art galleries, Broadway is host to an eclectic mix of shops and boutiques specialising in goods ranging from gifts and local crafts to luxury artisan-made furniture, designer jewellery and high quality cookware.
It is possible to purchase quality antiques from the village’s specialist antiques dealer Fenwick & Fenwick, tasteful trinkets and gifts from stores such as Treasure Trove or Hilton’s China and the latest Cotswold fashions from Broadway’s fantastic array of boutiques. If you have a weakness for quality children’s toys, one of a kind arts and crafts pieces or stylish furniture and interior decoration you may find yourself with lighter wallets and purses following visits to specialist shops such as Rikki Tikki, Mary Maggs, Pavilion and OKA.
The village also has plenty of options for those looking to treat themselves or their loved ones. Be tempted by the beautiful blooms of the Broadway Florist, the edible indulgences of Hamilton’s of Broadway and the quality tipples filling the cellar of the Broadway Wine Shop.
Within the village there are several contemporary hairdressing salons and treatment centres in addition to the spa at the Lygon Arms. This year a second luxury spa opened at the Dormy House Hotel.
The day-to-day needs of Broadway’s residents and guests are met by Warner’s Budgens of Broadway, an independently owned food retailer located in Russell Square, just off the high street. Budgens proudly stocks an extensive range of quality local produce and products in addition to the daily essentials.