No 36 Sally Lunns Shop
This cottage is number 36 in the numbered series of cottages produced by Mudlen End Studio and is identified in the Mudlen brochure as "Sally Lunn's shop, Bath".
The group of 4 smaller pictures in the grid below show other shots of this example of the Mudlen "Sally Lunn's" shop.
This is the only named model in the subset of the numbered series that relate to the West Country. Sally Lunn's is a very well known tea house in the centre of Bath, the home of the Bath Bun, and one of the oldest buildings in the city. Sally Lunn was a Huguenot who settled in Bath in 1680 and found work at the bakery in Lilliput Alley. It was there that she introduced the recipe that became known as the Bath Bun, which proved very successful in Georgian England.
This model can be a little difficult to find [Uncommon], and is only found in this stone finish as far as I am aware, although the colour of the stonework and roof can vary.
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