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There is a Wedding Advisor available at our store. There's no need to pre-book an appointment, but should you wish to, please call us on the telephone number listed on our page.
Order online and collect from our store by selecting the free Click and Collect delivery option. For more information and delivery times, please read more.
There is on street pay at meter parking near to the store and disabled parking spaces right outside. There is also a paid car park less than 100m away from the store.
Bunched by OKA is an exclusive in-store service, where a dedicated florist will help you to create a stunning faux flower arrangement from our vast range of individual flower stems and foliage. Bring in your favourite vase, jug or planter and we’ll put together a bunch to fit, or you can choose from our selection of pre-tied bunches.
Welcome to Bath
Situated in the interiors haven of Milsom Street, you’ll find our beautiful Bath store. At over 4,000 square feet, with plenty of natural light and period features – some sections of the building are listed – it’s the perfect space to showcase our collection of furniture and accessories. It’s not the first time the building has been a premises for luxury homewares; during the late nineteenth century, it was the location for Parkhouse and Co. Oriental Goods Depot, purveyors of ‘fancy goods’. OKA Bath offers Click & Collect and a Wedding List Service, as well as knowledgeable and helpful interiors advisors. We’re open seven days a week, so do make sure you come in soon to explore the store and meet the team. Natasha Woodhead, Store Manager & the Bath Team
The store is set over two floors but only the ground floor is accessible by wheelchairs and prams.
There is on street pay at meter parking near to the store and disabled parking spaces right outside.
There is also a Park and Ride bus stop close to the store.
The nearest train station is Bath Spa (10 minutes’ walk from the store).
About the Area
Full of history, Georgian architecture and culture, Bath’s popularity as a tourist destination has withstood the test of time. Situated in the Somerset countryside (just off the M4, close to Bristol), it has often been featured in many a period drama and Jane Austen herself is one of Bath’s most famous residents – there’s even a museum about her life. From the Roman Baths to afternoon tea at the Pump Room to a stroll over Pulteney Bridge, there are plenty of things to see and do during your visit; read our in-depth guide to a weekend in Bath.
"Ordered by phone from Bath store. Very efficient and friendly service."