Turkish baths in Scotland

Glasgow: Bath Street

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Cockburn Turkish Baths
  

The Cockburn Hotel, adjoining the Turkish baths, was one of a number of hotels owned by the Philp family. They comprised: the Cockburn Hotel (above) which was a favourite with visiting Americans; Phip's Cockburn House at 9 Endsleigh Gardens, London; Philp's Cockburn House at 6 Montague Place, London; The Waverley Bridge Hotel, Edinburgh ('No spiritous liquors'). In fact all these were 'High Class Temperance Houses'. The family also owned Philp's Dunblane Hydro.

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