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Cotswold Country opens its new store in Bath

PUBLISHED: 11:29 27 August 2013 | UPDATED: 11:37 27 August 2013

Dubarry Galway boot

Dubarry Galway boot

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Cotswold Country has announced the recent opening of its third store in Bath, situated in the heart of Milsom Street which is noted by many as the ‘best fashion shopping street’ in the country.

Stocking top country lifestyle brands including Dubarry, Schoffel, Le Chameau, Hunter and R.M. Williams, Cotswold Country Bath is set to become a ‘must visit’ destination for country enthusiasts and fashion fanatics alike.

As a family-run business established 10 years ago, Cotswold Country pride themselves on selecting only the best collections from all the top country wear brands, offering its customers footwear and clothing that combine practicality with comfort, quality and style.

What sets Cotswold Country apart from its competitors is not only their impressive range of high-end products under one roof, but also their focus on providing a unique shopping experience where product knowledge and customer service are second-to-none.

From the iconic Dubarry boots and classic Schoffel gilets, to the unmistakable R.M. Williams leather boots and stunning Spanish tweed collections, Cotswold Country stock a range of clothing, footwear and accessories that will take you from town to country, street to field in effortless style.

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