A Loo With a View – The English Edition

Exploring England #43

Most English loos don’t have a view. They’re discreetly tucked away.

We found some loos with lovely views where you could sit all day!


A medieval garderobe which felt a little airy

Brougham Castle, Penrith


A neat Victorian bathroom – it was revolutionary

Bramall Hall, Stockport


A tidy woodland toilet with a devilish reputation

Devil’s Bridge, Kirkby Lonsdale


A functional facility at the edge of the nation

Lizard Point, Cornwall


For him a motor bike museum, for her a café and craft shop

Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum, New Milton


It’s quite a climb right up the stairs to reach this comfort stop

Charmouth, Dorset


Finally, in Liverpool, behind the toilet door,

No view! Just John’s message…

We’ve all heard it before.

The Cavern Club, Liverpool


37 thoughts on “A Loo With a View – The English Edition

  1. Excellent. I think there was actually a book published on this topic a few years back that quickly went viral! The best loo-with-a-view I remember from my travels was at a high pass in the Peruvian Andes. The surrounds looked more like Mars than Earth…you may have just inspired a future post 🙂

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