Welcome to Rohan Bath from Manager David, Kelly, Jo, Mike, Joe and Callum.
Shop Phone Number: 01225 462374
Shop Opening Times:
Shop Address: 16 Union Passage, Bath BA1 1RE
Bath has very beautiful Georgian Victorian buildings and Rohan Bath Shop is no exception. The shop is situated behind the main high street down a back alley the front of the store is very distinctive. Much improved now with a new fresh lick of paint.
Diretions to our shop – If you are on foot the Rohan Bath shop is situated behind the main high street called Union Street. We are located at the northern end of the pedestrian only Union Passage which runs parallel and to the east of Union Street.
Parking in Bath is not the easiest of exercises. We would recommend using the Park and Ride services, as they have recently been elnlarged, and they run regular services seven days a week. The three sites are Lansdown to the north of the city and clearly signposted from the M4, Odd Down to the South and Newbridge to the west. To check the times the busses run and the current prices, as these do alter during bank holidays and during the Christmas market, check the Park and Ride website.
Of the car parks in Bath the most centralised is the Podium, which normally has a four hour limit during the day. To find Rohan from here leave the car park and head up New Bond Street and then take the first left into New Bond Street Place. On your right you will pass Coral Quay Jewellery and Worldwide Travel. Pass over a one way road and down a short flight of steps and Rohan is on your left. Other parking options include Charlotte Street and Manvers Street car parks, however these can be quite expensive
Bath is also easily accessible by train, with the station located to the south of the city centre by the Southgate centre and next to the main bus station.
Staff Recommendations – There are many good places nearby for a coffee and a cake, especially in the pedestrian passages to the east of Union Street, and we would recommend the Bertinet bakery just up from the Rohan shop (based on repeated personal experience!) and Ben’s Cookies; as well as Bloomsbury on Milsom street and The Boston Tea Party on Kingmead Square. For a meal we would recommend the Cosy Club and the Gormet Burger in the new Southgate shopping area, the Westgate Pub, Yen Sushi to the north of Milsom Street and the Jamie Oliver Restautant.
It is also worth taking the time to look around Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths, as well as the Royal Crescent and Victoria Park. There are also Georgain themed walks and guided ghost tours of the city as well as bus tours.