Discovering Bath

Cuyana x Cereal
Discovering Bath

Cuyana x Cereal
Discovering Bath

There’s no experience more beautifully curated and intentional than diving into the pages of Cereal Magazine. One of our favorites, and a recent collaborator in our Guide To San Francisco, the magazine itself was inspired by the town it was founded. To kick off our launch of shipping to the United Kingdom, we’re taking a trip to the home of Cereal Co-Founder’s Rosa Park and Rich Stapleton: Bath, England.
“Bath is one of the most beautiful and peaceful cities in the world,” says Rosa Park, Co-Founder and Editor of Cereal Magazine. “It’s the kind of environment that fosters creativity because of how relaxing it is. The city plays a huge role in the creation of Cereal’s aesthetic.” An entire city declared a UNESCO world heritage site, Bath is out of the pages of an English fairy tale. “Bath is my dream city. I truly believe living in this kind of picturesque setting has been a great catalyst to producing Cereal,” says Rich Stapleton, Co-Founder and Creative Director.
The quaint city is nestled in the valley of the River Anon about 100 miles west of London, and is known for its Roman-built baths that are still in existence. The city is a synchronized display of honey-colored stone buildings and curved terraces, lined in parallel with classic chimneys that feel distinctively English. “I think every place that I visit has varying degrees of influence on me as a person, as well as on my work, but there’s no better feeling than coming home,” says Park.
We asked Park and Stapleton to tell us their favorite spots in the surreal city, and curated a list of travel essentials to ensure an effortless stay. Whether it be the oversized alpaca cape for beating the temperate climate, or the Turkish cotton robe as your perfect hotel companion, you’ll be ready for English adventures and beyond. Next time you’re headed to the UK, don’t forget to stop off and see this destination and all of its intention for yourself.
Rosa & Rich’s Top Picks in Bath:

Bookstore: Topping Booksellers—they have an incredible selection of signed, first editions as well as amazing author events.

Restaurant: Scallop Shell—wonderful fish and chips alongside healthier, grilled options. You can get it to go, which is lovely, so you can enjoy in the park. 

Cafe: Colonna and Small’s—this is the specialty coffee shop of UK barista champion Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood.

Chill Out: The garden at The Royal Crescent Hotel—when the weather is nice, this place is just perfect. 

Shop: Found—a concept store where you can get anything from clothing and accessories, to magazines and homeware.
Essentials For An Effortless Stay

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