Bathing in retail glory | Knutsford Times

Bathing in retail glory

By on December 14, 2012

713C8189Bath House are delighted to have opened a new shop at 111 King Street Knutsford last weekend.

This, their fourth shop, sells an array of perfumes, colognes, bathing and natural skin care products, all made by a small team at their converted mill in Sedbergh Cumbria using pure natural ingredients, extracts and plant oils.

“We are delighted with how the new shop looks and are excited at the opportunity to meet customers who might be new to the brand, as well as a surprising amount of locals who already buy from our existing shops and our website. The welcome and support from fellow retailers has been super, and we hope to make a worthy contribution to this thriving and exciting high street” says Nigel Brooks, one of the directors of Bath House.

713C8127Bath House have been making wonderful fragrance, bathing and skin care products since 1997, and have sold their luxurious products through many famous high street stores including Fortnum and Mason, Selfridges and Heals, as well as many of the best independent retailers throughout the UK.

The team behind the company are Nigel and Abigail Brooks, Gareth and Pauline Marshall and Glyn Marshall. They met at art college and have worked together to create Bath House over the past 15 years.

So, if you want to buy someone a special gift that is made in the United Kingdom with a deliciously tempting name like Patchouli and Black Pepper body wash, or Frangipani & Grapefruit body cream, or perhaps a gentlemens cologne fragranced with Spanish Fig and Nutmeg, then why not pop down to this new store on Kings Street and pick out a unique present in a sumptuous gift box? At the same time you could choose something special to treat yourself. Why not, it is Christmas!

713C8135Bath House Knutsford is open seven days a week, Monday to Saturday 10am – 5.30pm and Sunday 10.30am – 4.30pm. We will be closing for two weeks in January for a final shop fitting.

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