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64 High Street
The window display in The Curtain Pole always catches my eye - it's an incredibly classy shop all round I think and almost an unusual one for Glastonbury! They are able to offer advice and interior design services and have a huge...
13 Market Place
I was surprised when I first vistied this place, as I thought it would ne another hippy clothing shop but no! It's like a boutique, with some wonderfully eclectic garments, a vintage feel and stunning accessories. All brillinatly...
3-5 Benedict Street
Glastonbury Music Shop in Benedict Street caters for Glastonburys large and eclectic musical community. They stock a huge variety of instruments, from keyboards to violins, guitars to bongos and are happy to let you try their...
12 Market Place
This is the newest cafe in town, with a great vibe and top notch coffee to boot. There's quite a rustic feel, and what looks like well thought out stylings around the place; reasonably priced food and drinks. Food has a fresh...
17 High Street
This is an excellent little place, providing all things Wicca. Its really interesting to browse the shop and gain an insight into this world. They sell books, candles and gifts amongst other things. I bought a lovely goddess jewel...
10 Magdalene Street
Yes indeed, this is a newsagent that sells beer, and what more can you want than that? Pore over a magazine then pour yourself a cold lager. They sell pens, cards, confectionary and fags too.
The Courtyard, 2-4 High Street
Tucked away at the rear of the Glastonbury Experience Courtyard is Stone Age. It's a small shop stocked full of jewellery for both men and women as well as pendulums, crystals, gemstones, wands and chains. I guess you could say...
2 Northload Street
For an old codger like me, it's great to be able to browse through the heaps of old vinyl on offer here (what's vinyl grandad I hear you ask), as wells as racks of CDs both used and new. There's music to suit all (or most)...
81 High Street
Recommended for friendliness and value!
162 High Street
Pinera have been around for years and stock a great range of traditional and unusual pine furniture, for bedrooms, living rooms and kitchens et. They also stock mirrors,prints and other assorted homewares. Good prices and great...
73 High Street
Like this florists very much - friendly service and nothing too much trouble, simple traditional bouquets made to order as well as more unusual displays. Good value and think always nicer to buy fresh flowers from local business...
2-4 The Courtyard
Lovely little gift shop selling esoteric goodies, jewellery, scarves and all manner of beautiful things, in a sweet little building in the Glastonbury Experience courtyard.
I go to B&Q very much when I help my Dad with the house and garden. We found the insulation a good offer and the fence slats good offer. I find all I need at B&Q from pots too paint too plasterboard. The shop assistances are very...
118 High Street
Living Homes is such such a long standing presence in Street, it almost feels like it's part of the furniture (forgive the pun) and like many things you get used to seeing over a long period of time, it's easy to forget about. But...
1 Bayliss Centre 147
Artychokes in Street High Street is a purveyor of eclectic and quirky gift items for the whole family. Alongside their range of handcrafted, colourful childrens toys, they also sell some beautiful jewellery made from...
2 High Street
Not so good for me. I bought a garment that was faulty and was refused refund because 'no receipt'. I was also told that perhaps in 'YOUR country' (I speak with heavy accent) refund on faulty goods is practiced without receipt but...
6 Market Place
This building at the bottom of the High Street reminds me of something that may be featured in a Harry Potter story, where the buildings shift shape to hide /expose a dwelling. This looks like it has just popped up from nowhere,...
33 High Street
We went into Artisan to order a wheel of cheese for our wedding 'cheese cake'. They said that it'd be no trouble to order and to contact them closer to the date. The price they quoted was good, so we decided to go with them. When...
27 High Street
68 Clarks Village