Shopping in Keswick
Most of Keswick’s shops and its market are situated in the town centre. They are a mix of traditional and chain stores. There are several supermarkets, banks, and estate agents.
Keswick also has its outdoor market which sells a range of products, including fresh local food.
IS KESWICK GOOD FOR SHOPPING?
Keswick is a lovely town in the Lake District, but is it good for shopping? The answer is yes and no. There are a few high street shops and some boutique stores, but if you’re looking for a large shopping centre, you’ll be disappointed. However, Keswick is a great place to buy local produce and handmade goods. There are also plenty of outdoor shops if you’re looking to buy gear for a hike or a day out in the Lake District. So overall, Keswick is good for shopping, but it depends on what you’re looking for.
WHAT SUPERMARKETS ARE THERE IN KESWICK?
Supermarkets are an important part of any town or city, providing a convenient place to buy food and other household items. Keswick is no different, with a variety of supermarkets to choose from.
The main supermarket in Keswick is Booths, an upmarket grocery chain focused on regional produce, with specialist fish, meat & deli departments.
SPAR – SHORLEY LANE
Well equipped spar with all the essentials and friendly staff – Spar stores are owned and run by locals, for locals, providing the essentials you need.
LAKES AND DALES CO-OP
Co-Op mini market – Lots of bargains to be had in the ‘whoops’ items here and yummy-looking fresh cakes, however, they don’t accept the co-op rewards card. Good location with a car park right outside (Google review).
GRAPE TREE HEALTH FOOD STORE
Grape Tree Keswick offers a wide range of health foods including nuts, seeds and dried fruits all at great value. Their aim is to provide products that are are the finest natural whole foods, offering exceptional value, choice and quality.
KESWICK OUTDOOR MARKET
Keswick’s Award Winning Market Market.
Every Thursday and Saturday. Amazing range of stalls, something for everyone.
Come along and visit.
keswick outdoor shops
George Fisher is one of the UK’s leading outdoor equipment and clothing specialists and a regular winner of the OIA ‘Outdoor Retailer of the Year award.
Located in the heart of the busy town centre Keswick. Lots of parking locations are available around the town. Well-behaved and clean dogs are allowed (dirty and wet dogs may be refused). A central hub for some of the UK’s best walks.
Alpkit stores are bursting with goodies, from tents and camping equipment to bikes and bikepacking bags. We’ve got everything you need for an adventure outdoors, including expert knowledge to help you find your way.
See the widest Páramo range, to discover new Páramo innovations and receive expert advice from the Páramo team. Recycle your old Páramo here too – and get rewarded.
Needle Sports is one of the UK’s top specialist climbing gear shops and still a proud independent. We supply mountaineering, rock, ice, alpine and expedition climbing equipment to climbers worldwide
THE SICK AND THE WRONG
For those seeking a serious outdoor adventure, Sick and The Wrong has been UK’s best snowboarding, paragliding, split boarding, ski, and watersports retailer since 1993!
The Cheese Deli specialise in stocking Cumbrian-made cheeses. With an extensive range from local cheese makers at Thornby Moor Farm in Wigton, award-winning Appleby Creamery in The Eden Valley, and The Lake District Cheese Company from Aspatria.
something for the kids, and the bigger kids
KESWICK TOYS AND HOBBIES
Not your average toy and hobby shop. You’ll find everything here from a two-person inflatable canoe, a 1000-piece jigsaw, a wetsuit, or hunting equipment and air rifles.
Touchwood Toys stock a wide variety of toys for babies and children from ages 0 to 10, to help your little ones learn through play. With everything from basic stackers and shape sorters, to complex build your own mechanical marble runs.
Discover more of Keswick
Keswick is a small town in England that is known for its picturesque scenery and its many outdoor activities. The town is situated in the Lake District, which is a popular destination for hiking, climbing, and other outdoor pursuits.