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Site Country: UK Site Name: UK
One Tram Yard
Walcot Street
Bath
Somerset
BA1 5BD
01225 465 301
Our housewarming party

We’re having a housewarming party from 2nd–5th August and we’d love it if you joined us.

Ask in store for more details.

Open today at 9am
Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm Saturday 9am – 6pm Sunday 11am – 5pm

Taking place in store

A warm welcome

Neptune Bath is one of those places that manages to find a sense of space in the hustle and bustle of the city. Just a few metres from the Grade II-listed Corn Market lies the Victorian façade of the building that once served as the depot for Bath’s tram service. It’s a refreshing mix of crumbly red brick and oversized, iron-edged glass windows. Our retail design team has renovated it entirely into our new home – spread across one floor with just a hint of modern industrial to our otherwise signature aesthetic.

In all of our stores we try to include as many of our designs as possible, but to give you a better idea of what you can find within the confines of Neptune Bath, just keep scrolling…

Get in touch

If you’d rather not call, you can send us a message using the little form to the right. You can also use this form to leave us any feedback, good or bad. We’d love to know what you think.

Need to knows

Parking: being in the centre of Bath, we don’t have our own car park, but we’re just down the road from the Cattle Market car park. Or, the larger car park at The Podium (near Waitrose) is a five-minute walk away. Both are pay and display.
Wheelchair access: Neptune Bath is largely spread across one level. There’s one part with a step but we have a ramp available should you need it. And if there’s anything you’d like to check with us before you visit, we’re just one call away.
Prams and little ones: we’d be happy to help with a spot of babysitting while you browse, should an extra pair of hands help. Inside, it’s lovely and spacious so even a double buggy will find its way around.
Four-legged friends: well-behaved dogs are more than welcome too. But if you’re the proud owner of four Great Danes, we’d appreciate it if you perhaps left them at home.