Bath is extra special to anyone with a passion for history and days gone by, and one of the nicest things about doing your Christmas shopping in the city’s streets is the fact that much has been the same for hundreds of years. The designers may have changed and the shops become more elaborate, but the key buildings, cobbles and traditions are pretty much as they would have been centuries ago. Continue reading
Bath Aqua Glass pride themselves on the creation of stunning handmade glass products and jewellery items. No two pieces are ever the same, so if you want to buy someone special a gift as unique as they are look out for their stall at the Bath Christmas Market. Continue reading
Bath has always been a favourite with shoppers, but it attracts Christmas the crowds from all over the country in the run up to the big day.
Not only is the city packed with every kind of shop, independent and quirky, but its Georgian architecture and cheerful atmosphere make it a lovely place to enjoy picking out those perfect gifts. Bath’s centre is home to all of the high street stores we rely on in our festive time of need, as well as hundreds of boutiques for when you want something different but you’re just not quite sure what. Continue reading
If you are the type of person who enjoys a visit to Somerset’s spa city for a relaxing city break whilst staying in a luxury b and b in Bath, you will be aware that the city has so much to offer in the way of historical attractions, vibrant culture and a fantastic range of niche and specialist shops.
As the festive season draws nearer, you might like to pay a visit to the Bath Christmas market situated in the city’s Abbey Church Yard during November 22 – December 9. During this period, this historic area of the city is transformed by more than 140 traditional wooden trader’s chalets, each offering unique and handmade gifts, Christmas decorations and local produce. Continue reading