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DISCOVER

PEOPLE WHO SAY

"SHOPPING DOESN'T MAKE YOU HAPPY"

SIMPLY DON'T KNOW WHERE TO SHOP

THE LOFT 

The Loft is a beautiful concept store, set in the heart of Bath, on Bartlett Street Quarter, a haven for independent shops.

It was created in order to provide the City of Bath with a one-stop shop for all things of good quality and good design.

Long term residents will remember this complex as Evans and Owen,

which was a popular Victorian drapers and department store.

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BARTLETT STREET

BATH

Bartlett Street, is a picturesque pedestrian side street in Georgian Bath’s main shopping district, home to lots of beautiful independent shops, definitely worth visiting!

In 2015, we celebrated the unveiling of a new over-throw/street sign, which was dismantled and restored by Iron Art. It incorporates new, bold lettering which reads "Bartlett St Qtr"

Other independent shops include (NEW) Tina Engel Jewellers, BA1 Hair and Felix Lighting.

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CAFE LUCCA

This is the perfect place for catching up with friends, or as a respite from shopping and is one of Bath’s favourite places to see people and be seen. Deliciously fresh, modern Italian style/Mediterranean food is served in the elegant and spacious surroundings of The Loft. All the fresh produce and Italian products are from small local family suppliers and its run by run by the same team behind the Hudson Steakhouse and Grill and Firehouse Rotisserie.Situated in a traffic-free street in Bath’s boutique quarter, the restaurant is just two minutes’ walk from Milsom Street and the Fashion Museum. And when the sun shines there are tables outside from where one can watch the world stroll by.

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BLUE

WOMAN & HOME

Blue opened its first shop in Cheltenham in 2000 and three years later, in Bath.

The initial incentive for the project was the belief that there was a huge gap in the market for interesting and individual clothes that could not be found on the high street.

Now, Blue has its own homeware department at The Loft, offering eclectic and bespoke homewares.