If you are looking for a new bathtub for your bathroom, you are sure to find an array of options! With numerous sizes, styles and materials to choose from, there are plenty of design options to choose from to ensure your bath does just what you need.

The best bathtubs for sale at Plumbworld...

Here at Plumbworld, we have bathtubs for sale for everyone’s needs. Whether you want a corner bathtub or shower bath to squeeze into an ensuite, a feature-worthy freestanding tub or a spa-inspired whirlpool bath, you can find the perfect bathtub for relaxing in after a long day. With steel, acrylic and stone baths available in lengths from 1100mm to 1800mm, find everything from compact to standard and luxury sized options.

Shop all of our bathtubs for sale here at Plumbworld to enjoy our great prices with free and next day delivery available!

(Our small 1500 Bathtub is under £100 )

For more information on making sure you choose the right bath for you, check out our Buyers Guide To Baths

  1. single-ended-baths

    Single Ended Baths

    20 products
    From £89.97
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    Double Ended Baths

    7 choices
    From £119.97
  3. Shower Baths

    Shower Baths

    35 products
    From £159.97
  4. Corner Baths

    Corner Baths

    3 choices
    From £229.97
  5. Freestanding Baths

    Freestanding Baths

    40 products
    From £299.97
  6. Whirlpool Baths

    Whirlpool Baths

    90 products
    From £379.97
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    Japanese Deep Soak Baths

    21 products
    From £639.97
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    Baths By Size

    165 products
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    Baths By Material

    44 products
    From £89.97
  10. Small Baths

    Small Baths

    47 products
    From £89.97
  11. Bath Panels

    Bath Panels

    101 products
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    Bath Accessories

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  14. Cassellie ABS Grip Bar - 300mm

  15. Cassellie ABS Grip Bar - 500mm

  16. Cassellie ABS Grip Bar - 600mm

  17. Croydex 600mm Straight Stainless Steel Contemporary Grab Rail in Chrome - AP506305

  18. Croydex 300mm Straight Stainless Steel Contemporary Grab Rail in Chrome - AP506105

  19. Essentials Acrylic End Panel - 750mm

  20. Cassellie White Mobility Support Grab Rail

  21. Croydex 380mm Straight ABS Grab 'N' Grip Grab Rail in Chrome - AP530541

  22. Croydex 600mm Angled Stainless Steel Contemporary Grab Rail in Chrome - AP506405

  23. Croydex 450mm Straight Stainless Steel Contemporary Grab Rail in Chrome - AP506205

  24. Cassellie Chrome Mobility Support Grab Rail

  25. Cassellie Chrome Grab Bar With Black Rubber Grip - 300mm

  26. Croydex 680mm Straight ABS Grab 'N' Grip Grab Rail in Chrome - AP530741

  27. Croydex 485mm Straight ABS Grab 'N' Grip Rail in Chrome - AP530641

  28. Cassellie Chrome Grab Bar With Black Rubber Grip - 450mm

  29. Cassellie Chrome Grab Bar With Black Rubber Grip - 600mm

  30. Hydrolux Curved Edge Bath Screen (4mm Glass Chrome Frame) - 800mm Width

  31. Essentials Acrylic Side Panel - 1700mm

  32. Cassellie Chrome Grab Bar With Black Rubber Grip - 700mm

  33. Cassellie Chrome Grab Bar With Black Rubber Grip - 850mm

  34. Architeckt Brushed Grab Rail - 480mm

  35. Luxura Curved Edge Bath Screen (6mm Glass Chrome Frame) - 800mm Width

  36. Cassellie White Mobility Support Pack

  37. Croydex 480mm L-Shaped ABS Grab 'N' Grip Rail in Chrome - AP531041

  38. Luxura Square Bath Screen (Chrome Frame) - 800mm Width

  39. Essential Acrylic Bath Panel Pack 1700/750mm

  40. Coram Curved Edge Shower Screen - 550mm Width (SFR55CUC)

  41. Luxura Curved Edge 2 Section Bath Screen (Chrome Frame) - 1000mm Width

  42. Croydex 890mm Straight ABS Grab 'N' Grip Grab Rail in Chrome - AP530841

  43. Architeckt Brushed Grab Rail - 680mm

  44. Croydex 310mm Angled ABS Grab 'N' Grip Grab Rail in Chrome - AP530941

  45. Luxura 4 Panel Folding Bath Screen (Chrome Frame) - 992mm Width

  46. Coram Frameless Inline Panel for Shower Curtain - 250mm Width (SCS15CUW)

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Aqualisa Midas 110 Exposed Bath Shower Mixer

Good looking

Easy to fit, looks good, well priced. Excellent all round.


Coram Sliding Shower Screen - 1065mm Width (SSL2105CUC)

The finishing touch

Well pleased with this product and the service from Plumbworld. The screen arrived on time in perfect condition, and was excellent value at its discounted price. It was straightforward to fit, BUT if you are thinking of buying one make sure you have enough space to allow the inner, fixed panel to overlap the bath (the inner edge of the wall plate needs to overlap the bath itself by at least 2cm). I had to move my existing electric shower unit by just 3cm before I could fit the screen, but the result was worth the effort - a stylish, highly effective bath screen which adds the finishing touch to my lovely new DIY bathroom.

Eden Franco

Croydex Gloss White Storage Side Bath Panel

Thank you, Samantha!

We are very pleased with our bath panel, but particularly with the service rendered by Samantha in Customer Services. Unfortunately the bath panel was found to be badly damaged when our installer came to fit it. I rang Samantha at Plumbworld immediately that afternoon, then emailed images of the damage. She then arranged for a replacement panel which arrived THE NEXT DAY! How's that for service? We would not hesitate to recommend Plumbworld to others, and indeed would use them again ourselves.

Pam Carpenter

Coram Curved Edge Shower Screen - 800mm Width (SFR80CUC)

our first order

dear plumbworld i must admit i was a bit apprehensive about placing a large order on line for the first time. but i am so glad i did, your staff and delivery men were so help full, with reassuring phonecalls, not to mention your products, they are first class. our house is now sold and we have bought another one ready for renovation. guess who we will use for all our plumbing materials !!!! thanks again plumbworld. rita. x

Wilson Dixon

Vasari White Gloss MDF Side Panel - 1700mm

Exactly what it says it is

Good solid piece, looks lovely. Not too bad to fit and certainly easier than many Acrilc ones I've fitted before, instructions could do with a bit of work but there are downloadable ones here on the site that are clearer if your struggling and it's not that complicated anyway. Would definatly buy this panel again and the speed and communication of the vendors was such that I'd buy from them again and have already reccomended them to others.

Denise Underwood

Luxura Square Bath Screen (Chrome Frame) - 800mm Width

Couldnt get better!

The screen is absolutely fantastic and does exactly what it was bought for (at a great price may I add - delivery was also spot on). The hinges are well built and provide a smooth swinging motion. Guarantee also makes this product even better, however I cant see us needing to use it. Thankyou

Dean S

Luxura 4 Panel Folding Bath Screen (Chrome Frame) - 992mm Width

Great service

This item was delivered very efficiently and the communication from Plumbworld team was very informative. I saved considerable amount money by using Plumbworld as the similar products were at least 50% more expensive. Thanks for great service and the product looks great in my bathroom.

One Happy Customer !!!

Coram Sail Shower Screen - 800mm Width (SFS80CUC)

Happy Customer

Now installed, screen works well, looks brilliant, only downside is that I now have to decorate the bathroom to make it look as stylish as the screen!

Johnny Cannon

Quick Clac Pop up Bath Waste

Well Worth It

I am very pleased with this product, it has a nice finish and was very easy to fit, works well and would certainly recommend it.

Mal C

Ceramica White Tongue & Groove Side Panel - 1500mm

Tongue and Groove Bath Panel

Fantastic looking panel and easy to fit (so Im told). I would highly recommend this to give your bathroom that edge.

June Davies

Get the most out of your new bath

If you're thinking about replacing your bath, you're completely updating your bathroom suite or you're sick of just having a shower and want to bring a bath back on the scene then this Baths Buyers Guide is for you. We'll cover everything you need to know before you make that big purchase.

Before you Begin…

You obviously can't just open a website, close your eyes and pick the first bath your finger lands on. Some research needs to be done before you can find the most suitable bath for your suite, which is probably why you're reading this in the first place so good job! Initially you're going to have to work out how much space you have available in your bathroom, and you also need to think about the shape too as that will determine what types of bath are available to you. When you're making measurements to find out how much space you have available, remember to measure the bathroom door too as you're going to have to get the bath through it in the first place. Finally, weight should also be a consideration. You can't order a stone bath if your bathroom is on the second floor, for example unless you want it to come crashing through the ceiling whilst you're watching Coronation Street. So don't start looking until you’ve taken accurate measurements, after which you can shop to your heart’s content.

Unfortunately, money doesn't grow on trees; your budget is your next consideration. Baths can start out cheaper than expected thanks to some popular budget ranges on the market, but they can also range up to thousands of pounds if you're looking for that extra luxury. You also need to consider the costs of getting the bath installed too, and if installing a new bath is part of the wider goal of doing a complete bathroom revamp then you also need to factor in those costs too. Retailers do have package deals that combine bathroom suites with a bath so you can pick up the lot in one go, so it’s definitely worth investigating that route.

One thing that people often forget to consider is how they actually use the bath. If you're a family that takes regular baths then chances are you're going to want something more durable that can withstand constant battering by kids. If you don't have many baths, preferring showers, but still want the option for a soak then a shower bath could be the best option. If you want a bath simply for a luxurious long soak then it may be worth investing in a stylish spa-like tub with all the bells and whistles, such as a whirlpool bath. You should also think about the style as a timeless design means you won't have to replace the bath for the long run.

A bath is a big investment. There’s no harm in taking your time to be absolutely sure you’ve made the right decision.

Types of Bath

There's not just one type of bath. You only need to look at Plumbworld's full range of baths to see what's available, but which one is the right one for you?

Inset Baths

Inset Baths

It's highly likely that an inset bath is going to be the main option for most people. Their big benefit is that they can fit into a large section of bathroom situations as they are flush fitted against a wall. You'll either have it so it spans the full length of the bathroom wall so only one side is showing - that can be covered with a bath panel – or you’ll have one end showing if your bathroom is on the larger side. You can also choose between single-ended, where the bath taps are at one end, or double ended, where the bath taps sit in the middle of the bath so you can use either side to rest your head. Single ended tends to the most popular option.

They're also incredibly flexible as they come in a huge variety of sizes as well as a number of different styles. A limit on space doesn't mean you can't have a bath, as baths that aren't full size exist. The other benefit is that you don't have to choose between a shower and bath too, as a shower can easily be fitted over an inset bath for you to enjoy whenever you wish. Budget wise, inset baths are the cheapest of the bunch too

Freestanding Bath

Freestanding Baths

Freestanding baths are the ultimate in luxury, but due to this they often command a higher price. There's no doubting the spa-like atmosphere they create though, so if you have the cash and space then a freestanding bath is an ideal purchase. They grandly sit apart from the walls of your bathroom, usually in the centre. These lavish centrepieces can also be raised on a platform or a set of ornate feet while freestanding taps can be incorporated to sit alongside the bath. They also come in a range of styles that stretch from contemporary to traditional Victorian style.

The downside is that the plumbing will have to be modified to allow the bath to be used in its central location, so you need to factor in the extra labour costs too.

For even more luxury, it's worth looking at a freestanding slipper bath too. These curve up at one end, giving additional back and shoulder support for that added spa-like feel.

Whirlpool Baths

Whirlpool Baths

Whirlpool Baths offer a spa-like experience in the comfort of your own home. As the name suggests, these baths are fitted with whirlpool jets which are placed on the side shell of the bath, they’re then operated by controls.

These contemporary baths are at the height of luxury, as they include special features which help to ensure the user is as comfortable as possible Over the past couple of years Chromatherapy has come into the spotlight. Chromatherapy is the use of lights which can be used to relax a person and when combined with hydrotherapy (a therapeutic treatment that involves the moving and exercising of the water to create a jacuzzi-like experience), soothing effects are guaranteed.

Shower Bath

Shower Bath

If you don't have the space for a separate shower enclosure and bath then you'll probably want to put a shower above the bath. This is where l-shaped and p-shaped shower baths come in, which are also ideal for bathrooms that are more awkwardly shaped than your standard room. These allow for more space at the end of the bath so that you can get a little more space around the showering area in a similar way to the space you'd have in a shower enclosure. You can fit specially shaped shower screens around this area too so that it feels like a proper enclosure.

Corner Baths

Corner Baths

Corner baths are exactly what it says on the tin – a bath that can slot neatly into one corner of your bathroom. While larger statement bathrooms benefit from them, you could have it raised on a small platform with steps up to it, they're space-efficient too. Their rounded shape deep slot can give the feeling of settling down into the hot tub and your local spa. Add jets to create an even more luxurious dip.

Single or Double Ended Bath?

The style and appearance are very important factors when it comes to deciding which bath to choose. More importantly, practicality is also a main factor – its important to consider how you’re going to use your tub before you buy.

Single Ended Baths:

Single-ended baths tend to be the most popular choice as they will fit in with almost any bathroom. Both taps are situated at one end of the bath, usually above the waste area. This style of bath is typically designed for one person to relax in the tub. The taps being located at one end is ideal for bath showers which have a mixer shower valve, as this can be fitted to the wall directly above the taps and waste.

Double Ended Baths:

A double-ended bath has the waste and taps fitted in the centre of the tub or fitted to the wall. This allows both ends of the bath have a gentle slope and that there’s enough room for two people to bathe together. Additionally, the position of the taps allows you to stretch out in the tub without catching your toes on the taps – this is a great feature for those who’re a little taller and could do with the extra space. Many freestanding baths tend to be double-ended and tend to be a brilliant addition in more traditional style bathrooms.

Choosing the Right Material for your Bath

With so many shapes and sizes to choose from, deciding which tub for your bathroom can be a difficult decision. The material of the bath can determine the tubs price and durability, therefore, we believe it’s a great place to start.




Don't Forget…

Your job isn’t done when you’ve bought the bath; you also need to think about the things that go with it. Inset baths, for example, will need a bath panel for the final touch, unless you want the underneath of the bath on show. There’s a range of styles and finishes available, but you obviously need to make sure it matches both the bath and the rest of your bathroom.

Bath panels are another option. You may use a shower curtain instead, but bath screens are more stylish and a less cumbersome option. Again, there are a range of styles available; such as folding bath screens, or simple sail shaped bath screens.

Things like bath wastes may be included with the bath, but you should check before purchase so that you don’t end up having the bath without the full means to install it properly. You will also need to find bath taps too, which range from modern bath mixers to two separate traditional hot and cold taps. If you’re buying a freestanding bath then wall mounted taps or freestanding taps are options too.