Established in the Cotswolds in 1997, Landmark is a destination store dedicated to country wear, walking and travel clothing.

Independently owned, our ethos is shaped by the traditional and time-honoured values of a local high street store: to provide excellent customer service, using our expert knowledge to give advice on the products we sell.

Together with an unparalleled range of renowned brands, this simple code of practice buoyed the growth and success of Landmark’s Broadway shop and in 2010 we opened a second store in the beautiful Wiltshire market town of Marlborough.

We pride ourselves in return visits from customers who shop seasonal and new collections from top country clothing labels Barbour, Dubarry, Aigle and Schoffel, walking footwear from Lowa and Meindl , Icebreaker’s excellent technical performance gear, dedicated travel brand Royal Robbins plus an enviable mix of casual wear.

So, we look forward to seeing you in store in person, or if you’re not local to our shops we hope you’ll find the same values are true shopping at Landmark on-line.

45 High Street Broadway WR12 7DP

A small guide to our favourite places in the Cotswolds

   Words by Laura Shelley

   on 22/11/2016 17:13:35



The Cotswolds… the hosts of all hosts…

We believe no matter what season it is there is plenty to keep you occupied and intrigued around the Cotswold area.

Here are a few ideas for you:


Where to Stay…

The Dormy House



Situated at the top of Fish Hill the Dormy House Hotel is known for its luxury accommodation, great area and beautiful scenes.

Whether you are after a romantic getaway or simply a holiday with family and friends the Dormy offers a

lovely venue for entertaining and relaxing. Spend time in their wonderful  Spa with all the

treatments you could wish for. In the evenings indulge in their beautifully

prepared food and unwind in the centre of the Cotswolds.




Where to Visit…

Sudeley Castle




One of the Cotswolds most scenic areas is Sudeley Castle, once home to Katherine Parr, Henry VIII’s last surviving wife.

The Castle offers a range of places to see and things to do, with areas to amuse the children and beautiful

background history there is certainly a favourite spot for all. Walk around the beautiful

gardens or relaxed and soak up the historic buildings.


Where to Walk…

The Cotswold Way & Broadway Tower



The Cotswold Way is a 102-mile long-distance footpath, running along the Cotswold Edge escarpment of the Cotswold Hills in England.

We may be biased here in Broadway but we do believe the prettiest part is between Chipping Campden

and Winchcombe. Broadway Tower is the tallest little Castle in Worcestershire. It was built for

the Earl of Coventry in 1798 by renowned 18th Century architect James Wyatt.

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Great places to Shop…



It would be wrong not to say Broadway not only because it is where we are based but for those who haven’t experienced our

picturesque high street, country vide and wonderful shopping experiences - its a must.  Browse the shops, eat in our

cafes and dine in some of the best restaurants that the Cotswolds has to offer. Visit the hounds at the Kennels and

enjoy the atmosphere. For more information on Broadway visit:



Days out for the Children…

Bourton- on – the- Water



For those after a family day out Bourton holds some of the childrens favourite places for things to do including Bird Land, The Model Village

and the Motor Museum. If this wasn’t enough only a ten minute drive away is Adam Hensons Farm Park,

that we can definitely vouch for being a great day out.  Enjoy feeding the animals,

find your way out of the maze and most importantly let the adults have a

rest on the picnic benches.

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