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About Us & Visit Bo'ness

Welcome to Spoiled Rotten we are a family run Designer Childrenswear & Gift Boutique based in Bo'ness, West Lothian, Scotland, UK. Situated about 18 miles west of Edinburgh and 8 miles outside Falkirk we have been established since September 2011. We stock some of the UK's and Europe's best loved childrenswear brands including Kids Designer Clothes from France - Absorba, Billieblush, & Lili Gaufrette . Some of our other brands include Designers Boboli, Sardon, Patachou & Foque. With  Levi's, Timberland, Le Chic & Fun & Fun providing us with boys and girls clothing up to age 16.

We also stock Spanish brand Andanines who provide us with beautiful Spanish leather baby shoes and up to older girls and boys patent leather boots and sandals. Our gift ranges include designer baby gifts from Le Toy Van Jelly Cat& our jewellery range Joma Girls.

We want you to enjoy every second of your shopping experience with us and pride ourselves on striving for excellent customer service, so please if we can ever help you with anything do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or suggestions via email spoiledrottenboness@gmail.com or give us a call 01506 828244 where we will be only too happy to try and help.

Or if you are in the locality of our shop why not pop in for a warm welcome and an opportunity to browse some of the many fabulous new products. Find us at: 

Spoiled Rotten, 23 South Street, Bo'ness, West Lothian, EH51 9HE.

Thank you for choosing to visit Spoiled Rotten Childrenswear!

Why not visit us here in Bo'ness?...

Bo'ness has lots to offer and is great place to visit with the family with the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway just along the road from us that often runs weekends including Thomas the Tank Engine and seasonal events like the Easter Bunny & Santa Claus any little one will sure to enjoy the magic of steam engines.

With a selection of great local shops including Paper Ribbons gift boutique & Cherie's Chique Boutique for women's fashion there is still lots to do for for mum and gran and then after all that shopping pop along to The Town Bistro or The Corbie Inn for a bite to eat and afterwards take in a showing at The Hippodrome, Scotland's oldest purpose-built cinema.