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Nottington used to possess a spa which was popular with "the quality from aristocratic Weymouth", who "flocked to drink the waters" which at the time were claimed to be beneficial for "eruptive complaints, scrophula, and loss of appetite." In 1905 Sir Frederick Treves noted that the spa was "deserted" and "no longer rings with the laughter and jests of the seekers after appetite", but described the still-existing pump room as "an octagonal building of three stories, with something of the aspect of an enormous dove-cot." The pump room still stands today, and is known as The Spa House.
- Sir Frederick Treves (1905). Highways and Byways in Dorset. Macmillan & Co. Ltd. p. 233.
- "Nottington". Weymouth-Dorset.co.uk. Retrieved 20 February 2013.