A pleasant shopping experience in lovely buildings with variety of good shops, cafes, etc. Tapers off onto new and old Bond Street, equally good for shops.
About Milsom Street
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This is a nice shopping area in Bath with wide streets and Georgian architecture. There are a variety of shops selling fashion and home-ware and a plethora pf restaurants both independant and chains such as Cafe Rouge, Loch Fyne, Jamies Italian and Carluccios. The area...More
Well we parked at Lansdown Park & Ride, which is not too far from the Racecourse & the Golf Club.The Bus drop off point is Milsom Street & we walked down the Street & used my Mobile phone to direct us first to the Abbey.
Enjoy the variety of shops from big stores to specialist shops some where to shop at for everyone. As you use Milson Street you can be tempted to have a coffee/Tea stop.
the arcitecture is beautiful, they are all Georgian buildings. there are few inderpendant shops. there a some great cafes to have coffee.
Beautiful street to visit, much like the rest with its beautiful buildings, but this one has some great places to eat. Try the Bengal Brasserie!
This street is very pretty and is also the terminus for the park & ride bus that serves the Lansdowne parking area.
This street has special shops, OKA, Waterstones, Albrissi, India Jane, Paperchase, East, Gap, Whistles, and more more more!
Many lovely individual stores nestle between the better-known bigger ones. You'll find everything you could wish for along this miracle mile.