Thursday, 15 May 2014

Thatched Roof Thursday #68 - Warwick

A most unusual thatched roof building.


Next door to the thatched cafe in St Nicholas Park, Warwick,
a place to wash your hands, etc.


Public Toilets, St Nicholas Park, Warwick.
The 'Ladies' is to the right :).

Next door to that is a miniature railway!


I hope to find time to post photos tomorrow.
We have had some good weather...that means getting
paint brushes out and doing some painting/decorating around the house.

Hope you are having a good week!

16 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

what a sweet little restroom! enjoy your painting/decorating, and get outside!

Jane and Chris said...

The shot from the railway makes the restroom look like a sweet little cottage!
Jane x

Lois said...

I think that might be the most charming public restroom I have ever seen!

Lowell said...

I've never seen a thatched roof restroom before. I'll probably never see another one. So thanks. It's beautiful!

Deb said...

Nice find, a thatched convenience!

cieldequimper said...

What a darling loo!

RedPat said...

It's a beautiful roof!

Norma Ruttan said...

never have I seen a more delightful looking restroom!

William Kendall said...

A miniature railroad's unusual!

Stephanie said...

Very attractive building for a public washroom, looks more like a cute little cottage.

Jack said...

They put a lot of architectural effort into this public washroom. Nice!

José Mendonça said...

Your thatched roof posts never tire me. There's such a variety of styles and they're all beautiful!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

And is that the cottage from last Thursday there Lauren.. hope it stays fine for your painting, we've just finished half of the house, the other half will have to wait until the inspiration returns :)

hamilton said...

Talk about rustic charm!

Hilda said...

A thatched roof restroom! Sweet!

Anne Flemings said...

That is such a cute and beautiful restroom. And that thatched roof reminds me of the roofing in my grandparents house at Toronto. It is very similar to this one. This picture has brought back nostalgic memories.