Why We Love Bath
Why Wouldn’t You visit Bath?
What’s not to love about our beautiful Georgian City? from the architecture to the fact that it’s steeped in History and not to mention the shopping!
Well we will mention the shopping of course, because that’s got to be one of the best reasons to visit Bath. Since it’s regeneration a few years ago it really is on a par with London as far as the selection of High Street stores and independent shops is concerned. All we’re missing now is a few vintage boutiques and we’re done.
Even the charity shops in the town centre are packed with vintage and designer names. You can’t go wrong with a Bridge clutch bag for under £10. (even if you do decide to sell it on Ebay for £50!!)
There are so many bars in Bath now. Cocktails a plenty on a Saturday night! We were so sad when the Confessional bar closed down a few months ago…loved it there
If you’re looking for some great food in combination with a trip to the cocktail bar then why not try The Porter on George St? The food is fabulous and the cocktails are well…..fancy!
Weekend Trips To Bath
Bath offers some great breakfast venues. Check out Bill’s on Westgate Street or Giraffe just opposite the train station for a delicious early (or late) morning treat. Or if you’re feeling energetic then pop up to Same Same but different on the cobbles at the end of George St.
Teeth Whitening In The City
We are finding that we are getting a lot more clients visiting the clinic on weekend breaks. Sometimes it’s hens in need of something a little different than a massage and a manicure. Teeth whitening is the ultimate in pampering. Just sit back and relax and let the laser do all the hard work.
Now all you have to do is take a leisurely lunch break and chill out before hitting the town!
We highly recommend Bill’s Restaurant on Westgate St, Cosy Club in Southgate or Pizza Express in Southgate. All close to the shops so no trekking about with heavy bags.
Did we say….We have a Primark!!
Yes, after years of will we won’t we, we finally have our very own Primark store. It’s a very neat and tidy store and the queues are nothing like the one’s in Bristol!
If you want a gorgeous afternoon tea then the Pump Rooms is well worth a visit.
What more can we say?