Who doesn't enjoy a lovely relaxing soak in the bath at the end of a stressful day – whether work or children-related? For most of us, our bath is a crucial part of our relaxation routine, and for that reason alone, choosing a bathtub should involve lots of prior research and planning to ensure it compliments your current bathroom suite.

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We have all styles of baths covered, too, whether you are trying to create a modern or traditional bathroom design. Regardless of your budget, our cheap baths allow you access to affordable luxury for your bathroom. View our extensive range of designer bathtubs, and you will be pleased with the variety of styles and sizes from the UK’s leading manufacturers.

Whether you are looking for small baths, large baths, or narrow or deep baths, you will find a suitable type in our fantastic range of bath sizes. Our ever-popular shower bath selection will create a truly luxurious look for your bathroom, and we have a great range of bathroom suites for you to choose from.

Enjoying a relaxing soak in the bath after a long day has to be one of life's little luxuries. However, to experience that comfortable bathing experience, finding the perfect bath to suit your bathroom layout is essential. Baths are available in many designs to suit your style and space, whether you're looking for a standard bath for a family bathroom, a modern freestanding bath or a more traditional bath like the roll top bath or a  slipper bath. Browse our extensive range of baths to find the ultimate bathing experience for you. 

How to choose your bath

When you choose your new bath, you first need to check where the bath will be located in the bathroom and how much space you have available. This will help you to narrow down the style and options of new bathtubs, and find one which will fit your specific bathroom space and design. Consider the floor space you need when using the bath to relax and unwind or if you have small children requiring assistance. Also, if you require a shower area and whether you would like the taps, plug hole, and overflow at one end or the side of the bath.

Type of Baths From Small Baths and Steel Baths to Freestanding Baths and Shower Baths.

Single Ended Baths

Single-ended baths are perfect for creating a relaxing space for one, with the plug, overflow and tap at one end and a gentle slope at the other to enable you to take a relaxing soak. The single-ended bathtubs for sale come in a wide range of sizes and styles to suit your budget, taste and bathroom space.

Double Ended Baths

Double ended bathroom baths have taps, plug holes and overflow at the side of the bath, to enable both ends to be used for lying back in comfort and are perfect for relaxation. They are available in many styles and designs, from a freestanding bath and a cast iron bath to a straight bath with bath panels. 

Inset Baths

The inset selection of baths makes excellent use of the room space. They can be positioned flush against the bathroom wall, with either the side and bath end or just the side exposed, if the bath runs the entire width of the wall. The inset baths are made from steel or acrylic and come in a range of P and L shaped shower baths. This design gives extra space for a shower and a bath screen, which can make showering easier.

Freestanding Baths

Freestanding bathtubs are the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing bath in the larger bathroom. As the name suggests, these baths stand freely away from the wall and can create a stunning centrepiece in the room. This range of baths includes cast iron baths, luxury freestanding slipper roll top baths and double-ended baths.

Shower Baths

These baths are perfect for utilising space by combining the bath and shower, removing the need for a separate bath and shower. Many designs, such as the L and P-shaped baths, have extra space to accommodate a spacious showering area and the essential shower screen. 

Whirlpool Baths

Whirlpool luxury baths take relaxation to a whole new level, creating a wonderful spa experience in the comfort of your home. Taking away the aches, pains and stress of the day using hydrotherapy has many health benefits and has been used for centuries. 

UK Bath Tub Brands For The Perfect Bathroom Layout

We stock an extensive variety of bathroom brands to suit your bathroom design and space, from the Nuie single and double ended baths to the slipper roll tops from April and Hudson Reed.

Whether you are creating a traditional design for a large bathroom or something modern for a more compact space, we have a solution for you, with a wide range of sizes and designs to maximise space, luxury and comfort. 

FAQ Questions

What’s the thickness of a standard bath?

Baths come in many thicknesses to suit the material they are made from, the design and the space available. However, the standard range is typically between 4, 5 or 8mm thick. 

How long and wide is the average bathtub?

There are a wide range of bath sizes and styles to suit different spaces, budgets and requirements, from the extra large baths, whirlpool and corner baths to the smaller corner baths and compact single-ended baths. However, the average size of a bath is 1700mm x 700mm. 

What is a back to wall bath?

Back to the wall baths are designed to look like freestanding baths from the front view even though they are fitted against the wall at the back. They are perfect for a smaller new bathroom as they give the luxury look but are positioned against the wall to maximise space and enable a shower to be installed if required. 

Do corner baths save space?

There are a wide range of space-saving baths for sale, including the corner bath. These baths are available in a variety of styles and sizes and are designed to use less wall space than the traditional bath and to utilise the corner space. 

Which is better, acrylic or porcelain?

Porcelain baths like the slipper baths look beautiful and are scratch resistant and hardwearing due to their enamel coating. However, they are heavy and cold to the touch, so they can lose their heat quickly, resulting in the water cooling quickly. Acrylic is a warmer material that can hold its heat more efficiently and keep the bath water warm for longer.