The pork pies and mince beef pies at this shop are THE BEST! Superb pastry and tasty fillings, all made on the premises. Haven't tasted such good pies in a long time!
What to buy: PIES! (they do good deals on meat too though!)
What to pay: 80p for a tasty pie.
When Saltaire festival is on (see elsewhere) the main street (Victoria Road) is lined with stalls selling all sorts of craft goods, both edible and inedible.
What to buy: We bought loads of dried fruits to make special museli with, and a selection of goodies from this, a stall selling traditional Greek cakes!
Set inside the main floor of the mill the shops are in huge rooms that are almost cathedral in size. It gives them a very spacious feel and you can browse both shops for ages.
What to buy: The bookshop has a nice range of books, a lot of them concerned with art and architecture, and quite a selection of children's books too.
The homeshop sells mainly kitchenware and furniture, but other "home" goods too. They're all very nice, but rather swanky and expensive and signs warning "do not touch" are everywhere. It's wise to take note of them, as some of the most innocuous looking things are very pricey, and you really wouldn't want to break them!