The roof of the undressing section of the bath is wooden. The top of the warm water and hot water sections have high pulleys and domes. Lighting is provided by the elephant eye-holes in the domes. The building was built adjacent to the women's bath and both the plan and the top cover are similar to the women's bath in design. There is a pool and a fountain in the middle of the undressing section. The center of the hot water section is covered with marble. In the center of the belly stone is a stone called Mühr-ü Süleyman with a six-pointed star decoration. The hot water section is arranged in the form of four iwans and there are private rooms in the intervening parts. The name of the bath, which was said to have been built by Dalboyunoglu Haci Ahmet Aga from Sav Village, is mentioned in the foundation in 1693 A.D. The building is important in that it is the largest of its kind.