Wellesbourne Bath House is a grotto wrapped in a temple, by architect Sanderson Miller - a Georgian wonder. By Lucinda Lambton
As you drive along a long, rough woodland track in Warwickshire, it is a surprise and a half to come upon Wellesbourne Bath House. It is a little, elegantly neat, neoclassical building in the midst of the trees. Graceful and temple-like, it was created in 1748. ...
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