The Bathing House is on the Northumbrian Coastal Path near Howick . It was built in the early 19th century by the 2nd Earl Grey, the Prime Minister after whom the tea was named and whose monument stands at the top of Grey Street in Newcastle. He had 16 children and the house was built specifically for the family to go bathing. The design of the house includes a large upstairs sitting room where Lady Grey used to sit and watch the children bathe in the sea water pools below.
Today it is a unique holiday cottage.
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