A REMOTE cove in Cornwall boasts a cliff with its own built-in bath.
The 3ft-deep tub, kept full by trickles of spring water, was carved into the rock of a cave near Perranuthnoe more than 220 years ago for John Stackhouse.
The botanist owned nearby Acton Castle and believed that salt and spring water baths were health-giving.
The hidden bath lies at the end of a 16in-wide, 14ft-long pitch black tunnel that opens out into a small chamber.
The only clue the bath is there is the dripping of a natural tap left on for two centuries.