From the billiard room
next door came the sound of balls knocking, of talk and laughter.
The Duke's chef had served an Emperor with honor--the billiard room
at Devenham Castle was the most comfortable room upon earth.
What the devil does Sir John mean by not having a billiard room
in his house?
Yes; it is so comfortable since we built the billiard room
and took away those nasty hangings in the hall.
It was the only social center of the garrison beside the strictly military headquarters; it had a billiard room
and a bar, and even an excellent reference library for those officers who were so perverse as to take their profession seriously.
It was evident that we had entirely miscalculated his movements, that he had never been to his bedroom, but that he had been sitting up in some smoking or billiard room
in the farther wing of the house, the windows of which we had not seen.
Seating for 200 with seating outdoors of 100, and 30-seat bar and billiard room
with three tables.
John added: "It has so many amazing features such as the one-acre garden, the Victorian conservatory and the wooden-panelled billiard room
The front door opens to a quiet and inviting hallway with a study to one side and a billiard room
to the right.
The club was started in 1912 when Machynlleth Urban District Council provided a billiard room
and two tables at the Owain Glyndyer Institute.
THE National Trust is taking its cue from a tycoon's billiard room
as it adopts a new and more relaxed attitude to visitors.
The billiard room
at Lord Armstrong's mansion Cragside and the parlour at engraver Thomas Bewick's birthplace at Cherryburn are among rooms where families will be able to test out some of the historic artefacts.