The central streets of Bath are home to a treasure trove of shops, from high street favourites such as Marks & Spencer, Debenhams and Primark, to distinctive independents like chocolatier Charlotte Brunswick, cashmere clothing store Brora and craft haven The Makery.
Stall Street and Union Street provide a lively route through the length of the city and are lined with tempting offerings including confectionery, jewellery, fashion, accessories, homeware and more. In this area, and adjacent to Bath Abbey, you’ll find Bath Aqua Glass, home to beautiful hand-blown glassware and jewellery.
Explore beyond these main streets and meander through the picturesque passages and alleyways, where you’ll find an eclectic mix of smaller retailers offering items that can’t be found anywhere else.
The Corridor, for example, is one of Britain’s first examples of an indoor arcade. The covered Guildhall Market also hosts a selection of traders specialising in second-hand books, vintage jewellery, gorgeous leather handbags and wallets, and speciality food stalls.
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Britain's oldest and most respected cheesemonger, with over 200 years history of sourcing ...
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Rossiters is an award-winning and design-led department store, set over four floors ...
Offering a huge selection of affordable and beautiful jewellery, with something to ...
Beautiful handmade silver, gold and platinum jewellery using personally-selected rare gemstones.
Grace & Ted specialise in the resale of pre-owned designer clothing, shoes and ...