Tobermory Shopping

  • Tobermory Chocolate
    Tobermory Chocolate
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  • Shops in Main Street, Tobermory
    Shops in Main Street, Tobermory
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    No, the books aren't all about...
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    Main Street: Shopping in Tobermory

    by SallyM Updated Apr 21, 2009

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    Shops in Main Street, Tobermory
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    There is quite a wide range of shops in Main Street, Tobermory, ranging from those aimed particularly at tourists and selling items such as handmade soaps or chocolates, and those aimed more at local needs (e.g. Browns hardware and liquor store, which is a real Aladdin's cave - if you need a jelly mould, fishtank or electric guitar, this is the shop for you!). Some of them have a rather strange range of merchandise, such as fishing tackle and books (in the same shop).

    There is an art shop with a notice in the window giving a phone number to call if the shop is closed and you 'need a painting in an emergency'.

    For everyday food needs, there is a Co-op and a Spar (in a disused church) as well as a bakery and a butcher offering 'freshly shot haggis' (hmmm).

    Several of the shops sell 'Balamory' merchandise.

    What to buy: Silver, chocolate, handmade soap, whisky, 'Balamory' souvenirs (if you must).

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    Tobermory Chocolate: Handmade chocolates

    by SallyM Written Apr 21, 2009

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    Tobermory Chocolate

    Tobermory Chocolate sells delicious handmade chocolate, as well as other gifts, some of them chocolate-related, such as an umbrella decorated with pictures of chocolate...
    There is also a cafe area.

    I tried a bag of plain chocolate squares (very good) for £3.99.

    If you don't have room in your luggage, they also do mail order by internet.

    What to pay: £7.50 for a 150g box, £12 for a 250g box. £1.99 for a single bar of chocolate.

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