The Borzoi Bookshop, Church Street, Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire, GL54 1BB
Phone/Fax: 01451 830268

As choice a small bookshop as any in the realm
Richard Osborne, The Oldie, September 2010

Art and Antiques, Biography and Memoirs, Books on CD, Children's and Teenagers' Books, Cookery, Current Affairs, Dictionaries, eBooks, Fiction, Gardening, History, Local and Rural Interest, Military, Sport, Travel Writing and Guides... and much, much more


Welcome

The Borzoi Bookshop is located in the Cotswold market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. We are an independent bookseller of more than 30 years' standing and have a reputation far beyond the local area, with customers in Europe and beyond.

We stock a huge range of books, including most of the classics, and source unusual and specialist books from small publishers that you would have difficulty finding elsewhere.

  • All major new titles stocked
  • Special orders welcomed and usually fulfilled within 48 hours
  • Out-of-print books sourced
  • Stylish greetings cards and wrapping paper
  • Calendars, including Advent, diaries and address books (July-December)
  • National Book Tokens sold and accepted
  • Quarterly catalogues of new books
  • Knowledgeable, helpful staff, with varying reading interests and the ability to suggest books for book clubs, holiday reading and as a gift.
  • Friendly dogs!

Our opening hours are
Monday - Saturday: 9:30am - 5:00pm
We are closed on Sundays and most Bank Holidays.

Upcoming Event

On Tuesday 12th September between 6.30 and 8.00pm, Derek Taylor will be launching and signing his new book Who Do the English Think They Are? in the Masonic Hall in Stow (next to the Borzoi).  Wine and nibbles will be served.  All welcome.

 

 

 

 

External view of The Borzoi Bookshop in Church Street Stow on the Wold

Signed Books

In stock are signed copies of Admissions by Henry Marsh, A Life in the Day by Hunter Davies, The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce and The Last Secret of the Deverills by Santa Montefiore - and we're expecting The Last Tudor by Philippa Gregory.