bathing hut

bathing hut
A hut, usually located on a beachfront, for the purpose of changing into or out of a bathing suit in privacy.

When half the children were dressed again, some peasant women in their Sunday best, out picking herbs, came up to the bathing-hut and stopped shyly.

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