The hot room in the Turkish bath at Wightwick Manor

Turkish bath hot room at Wightwick Manor
< Photo: Monty Smith

Note the polished wooden door between the hot room and the cooling-rooms, and the two-tier slatted seat (both of which are probably modern additions).

An examination of the pointing of the brickwork to the left of the window suggests that the window was also not originally in the room.

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