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Roffelsen Jewellers
107 King Street West
(519) 354-2770
A new shop in an heritage building. The restored fascade on this century structure was nominated for a preservation award.  
A Life Full of Books
125 Queen Street
(519) 351-6407
A mix of interesting books and some antiques. Limited open times, so checking is advised. 2 Blocks from the Duchess, across the street from the Library.  
eve chocolatier
14 King Street West
(519) 351-6407
You saw the movie, now taste the chocolat. eve's added a small cafe for drink and sweets, and ice cream cones too! But the main attraction is the chocolat: our guests have had boxes of eve's truffles shipped home. Longer walk downtown.  
Dukes Harley-Davidson   
Highways 40 South and 401
(519) 354-0650
Harley-Davidson clothing and accessories, and scads of hogs. 12 minute drive from the Duchess next to RM Classic Cars.  
Birdie's Nest
90 Park Avenue
(519) 354-4040
Collection of furnishings and jewellery from around the world. Their Mexican sterling silver is particularly outstanding.  
Dorothy's Country Antiques
Hwy 40 North and 401
(519) 352-0337
A nice selection of vintage Ontario furniture..
a 12 minutes leisurely scenic drive from The Duchess.
The Gift Fairy
101 King Street West
(519) 352-0752      
A wide selection of fashionable clothing, giftware and accessories. We've been in the owner's house, and had a chance to see her best wares in a home environment - very nice indeed.  
The Book Brothers
25 King Street East
(519) 360-9802
A new & welcome source of used (some older) books.
Relax and have a tea or coffee while you browse.
15 minutes walk downtown from The Duchess.
Gentry Manor
9 Park Street
(519) 352-9420
Interior accessories and unique gifts in a historic setting. In the 1920s the Gore-Dart Motor Company made tens of thousands of cars in Chatham. This building was their recreation club house, and is a short walk from The Duchess.