Neptune BathOne Tram Yard, Walcot Street, Bath, BA1 5BD
Our autumn collection has arrived
You can now explore our seasonal colour, Clove, a whole host of new fabrics, timeless additions to our furniture collection, lighting that’ll bring a warm glow to darkening nights and all our newly-arrived accessories in store. This season is also one we’ve dedicated to touch – that softly spoken sense that lets us connect with the world around us. So also to be found are velvety textures, slubby knits and layer upon layer of natural materials that cosset, soothe and reassure.
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….
On our Instagram
Did you know we have our own Instagram account? Because each store is so different, it’s our way of sharing our team, our collection and our community. Not only will you find interiors advice direct from our in-store design experts, but all our favourite Bath-based suggestions too. For those Sunday morning walks or local hidden gems, follow along @neptune_bath.
Virtual store tour
Who you'll meet
There are nine of us here at Neptune Bath, from Stephen our store leader to Silvia, Claire, Sarah, Amber and Annabel, in our design team. Our home specialists will be able to help you on all there is to know about our collections, one of the team even has an interior design degree and another has her own weaving business on the side.
Looking for somewhere to sit down, mull over your decorating ideas, and recharge your batteries?
A few steps away you can do just that at The Provenist. A health-conscious cafe that brings together seasonal ingredients, sourced locally and cooked daily in our kitchens by people who champion nutritious, delicious, natural fare.
All four of our kitchen collections are waiting to be explored so you can get a real feel for every aspect, from cabinet design to work surfaces. You’ll find each one is set side by side with a living or dining space so that you can better see how they might work in your own home, be it a city apartment, contemporary townhouse or country cottage.
Inside Neptune Bath you’ll find seven of our most-loved dining tables with perfectly paired dining chairs, all dressed with a small selection of our tabletop pieces like pure linen tablecloths and hand-made crockery.
Whether they’re arranged as cosy, family snugs or more formal sitting rooms, you’ll meet most of our living collections in store, including many of our sofa, armchair and footstool designs. You’ll also spot elegant solutions for storing televisions, home library concepts and study set-ups. And you’re very much encouraged to slip your shoes off, put your feet up and make yourself at home.
In our bedrooms, you’ll discover serene and restful decorating ideas, capacious wardrobes and chests of drawers, and blissfully soft, Portuguese-made cotton and linen bedding. Then there’s our solid timber beds, of course, upholstered headboards and handmade, natural mattress Barrington. And like in our living rooms, trying them out for yourself is most definitely encouraged.
Next door to our bedrooms, you’ll also often find dressing areas and washrooms. This is where you can discover our natural timber and Carrara marble washstands, our made-in-the-UK bath & body collections, and our elegant storage solutions to help you create a calm and welcoming bathroom.
Our in-store design library is the place that you can really get to know all our decorating finishes – from paint colours and wall coverings to flooring and fabrics – and where you can pick up samples to take home with you. You’ll also be able to see many of these finishes in-situ as you walk around. And, when it comes to lighting, you’ll spot the Coates recessed ceiling lights in action throughout our store, not to mention many of our other ceiling, wall, table and floor lights dotted around.
Our design team
Whether you're looking at a new kitchen or you're considering top-to-toe decoration, we're here to help make your home projects simpler and easier with designs that's personalised to you.
Your very own designer
If you’re thinking of exploring a new kitchen, or perhaps another interior project in your home, our designers will work with you on a one-to-one basis, throughout the entire process. From a kitchen with Claire, Sarah or Sylvia, or maybe a living or dining room with Amber or Annabel, from the initial consultation and right through to the final accessorising of your scheme, our designers will work with you to reimagine your space into something you’ve always hoped for.
Need to Knows
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.
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.
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.
Well-behaved dogs are more than welcome too – we even have a jar of biscuits. But if you’re the proud owner of four Great Danes, we’d appreciate it if you perhaps left them at home.
Get in touch
If you’d rather not call, you can send us a message using this little form. You can also use this form to leave us any feedback, good or bad. We’d love to know what you think.