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All reviews cobbled street independent shops model shop first sunday of every month steep climb few hours high streets well worth a visit garden cafe old england both sides lovely atmosphere town centre sunday market something for everyone hidden gem coffee
Catherine Hill is a real gem! It’s reasonably steep and cobblestone underfoot. It’s full of independent shops selling an abundance of items from fashion and shoes to the most interesting of all, an old-fashioned hardware store which would keep your attention for an age. There...More
Standard town around, with easy cheap parking. However Catherine hill was lovely, gorgeous little independent stores and coffee shops. Nothing seems to open and get buzzy until 11am. Very cute will definitely visit again if in the area again.
This is a long, winding, steep hill that climbs out of the centre of the town. It's very old & cobbled so you need to take care when walking. Both sides have small independent shops. On first Sunday in the month in Summer, when the...More
very picturesque - such a shame we visited on a sunday when almost all of the shops were closed! we will definitely return & hopefully visit the market as well as the very interesting independent shops on the Hill.
A hidden gem not noticeable as you drive through Frome, but climb up from Stoney Street to the top of Catherine Hill and the rewards are great. Artisan shops and cafes, restored cobbled street and quaint houses, Catherine Hill is well worth exploring
We didn't notice the hill climb so much to look at of particular interest to us was the dog shop and the sixties dresses etc. There were numerous street stalls up the hill and the delight of Rye Bakery at the top. If you visit...More
We had a great day shopping in Frome and this was a fantastic shopping experience . Catherine Hill is full of unique little boutique style shops with something for everyone. There are lots of vintage shops and craft shops but me best of all was...More
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That is a tricky question to answer as a lot of the shops are individually owned and each owner probably has a different point of view. It also depends on the size of the dog... You would always leave your dog outside as it... More
That is a tricky question to answer as a lot of the shops are individually owned and each owner probably has a different point of view. It also depends on the size of the dog... You would always leave your dog outside as it is a pedestrian street and it would be quite safe if they do not allow dogs in.