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Cath Kidston Shop

On Broad Street in Bath is one of British designer and home wares and fashion accessories style icon, Cath Kidston’s own shops. Worth a visit if you, along with millions of others, simply adore the country style designs by Cath Kidston.

No. 1 Royal Crescent

Built in the late 1700’s, the Royal Crescent was once home to the aristocracy and their visitors in the social season. As a museum today, it offers it’s visitors a wonderful picture of what life was like in Georgian Bath.

Rossiter's of Bath

One of the few independent stores in the country, Rossiter’s of Bath is also one of the very best. A wonderful product selection and great product knowledge, Rossiter’s stock mainstream brands as well as a large number of lesser known ones, all with quality as the common denominator.

Salcombe Trading

This wonderful shop in Bath carries and exceptionally stylish and contemporary selection of home wares, mainly products with a distinctly Scandinavian feel mixed with only the very best of British artisans. A unique blend and one that very much works.

Thermae Bath Spa

With it’s unique location at the top of The Hetling Pumproom in Bath, Thermae Spa is not only a wonderful spa that will ensure you relax and enjoy every moment you’re there, it is also home to one of the only open air roof top spa pools in the World, and as such you are able to sit back and fully enjoy the rooftops of other historic buildings while being submersed in Britain’s only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters as enjoyed by the Celts and Romans more than 2,000 years ago.

The Roman Baths

One of the most visited tourist attraction in the country and, indeed, one of the most important heritage attractions, The Roman Baths is well worth a visit when in the area.

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