Beverley provides quite an upmarket shopping experience in a beautiful and historic setting. It in lined with cobbled streets and charming courtyards, all contributing to a sense of charm and affluence. The hustle and bustle of this market down strikes a perfect harmony between past and present, offering an array of things to do. The town centre has many high street names including Monsoon, Jaeger, Burtons, Lakeland, Laura Ashley and M&S. Away from the household brands though, Beverley is famous for its market. The Saturday Market provides a vibrant and friendly atmosphere, each week proving to be as lively and colourful as the one before. As well as the market there’s also many smaller, independent shops. Antique shops and craft arcades are tucked away down the narrow streets, amongst a pub on every corner brimming over with history and atmosphere.
The Georgian Quarter
The Market town of Beverley’s North Bar Within and North Bar Without form one of the East Ridings most treasured landmarks. These architecturally fascinating streets, divided by the 15th century North Bar, contain one of the greatest concentrations of listed buildings in the region.
Historically this area has been a thriving retail, leisure, and business centre as well as being a popular tourist destination. In recognition of it’s unique status and place in Beverley’s history, the area has been rebranded “The Georgian Quarter” to represent the unrivalled lifestyle and shopping that it has to offer. No visit to Beverley would be complete without taking in The Georgian Quarter, where the eclectic retail, leisure, and business mix, makes it a must for locals, regular visitors, and tourists alike.
The exciting ‘Flemingate’ retail and leisure complex is a welcome addition to the busy market town of Beverley. Launched in 2015, shoppers are able to enjoy an array of impressive retailers including Debenhams, Outfit and H&M as well as a 5 screen cinema. A selection of restaurants are also onsite, as well as much more, for visitors to enjoy.