Timber Treasures in Bath
Visit the picture postcard square of Abbey Green. Frequently used as a film set the Square has a few reminders of the modern world. The huge tree at the centre of the Green was there when a young Mary Shelley finished writing the classic novel Frankenstein on the upper floor of No.5 in 1817.
At the same house in the corner of the Square is our Timber-Treasures Bath shop. Occupying the ground floor of the Grade 2* listed property which was once the Gatehouse to Bath Abbey itself, which the shop looks out towards. We are also within 100 yards of Bath's famous Roman Baths Museum.
We are a locally-owned family business and everything we sells is hand made in wood. As such we always aim to offer a high quality and friendly service, helping customers browse the beautiful range of gifts, carvings, kitchen & garden-ware, all to be found at very reasonable prices.
Come and take a look!
Monday, 10am - 5pm
Tuesday, 10am - 5pm
Wednesday, 10am - 5pm
Thursday, 10am - 5pm
Friday, 10am - 5pm
Saturday, 9.30am - 5.30pm
Sunday, 11am - 4pm
Location: 5 Abbey Green, Bath, Wiltshire, BA1 1NW (map)
Contact: 01225 443747 / firstname.lastname@example.org