coach house

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coach house

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1. (Architecture) a building in which a coach is kept
2. (Historical Terms) history Also called: coaching house or coaching inn an inn along a coaching route at which horses were changed
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Noun1.coach house - a small building for housing coaches and carriages and other vehiclescoach house - a small building for housing coaches and carriages and other vehicles
outbuilding - a building that is subordinate to and separate from a main building
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BEAMISH Museum is seeking out construction workers to work on part of its PS18m expansion including a 1950s town and coaching inn.
THE Old George pub in Newcastle Down the Cloth Market you'll view This A1 listed building Dates from fifteen eighty two, Most probably a coaching inn Where travellers would stay, A little bit like what you'd call A 'B & B' today.
A charming 17th century coaching inn in the heart of the Cotswolds, with a huge garden and stylish yet comfy rooms with plenty of attention to detail (a small carafe of sherry was a most welcome touch, as were the home-made biscuits).
The fire wrecked the inside of the historic coaching inn, which escaped the 1942 Blitz by German bomber planes, and left the frontage on the brink of collapse.
The ambitious Remaking Beamish project will create a 1950s Town, an upland farm and a Georgian coaching inn where visitors can stay overnight.
And as it is in the heart of cider country, it would be rude not try the local tipple, especially as the former coaching inn was the Somerset Cider Pub of the Year in 2012.
Weatherspoon's The Hop Pole in Tewkesbury was a former 15th-century coaching Inn and Fownes Hotel in Worcester is a former Victorian glove factory.
AN HISTORIC bunkhouse and coaching inn - where Prince William stayed during his time at RAF Valley - has been put up for sale.
There's no rest for the unlucky volunteers after the filth of the dustyard as they are sent to work at a recreated coaching inn.
The 17th century coaching inn is a popular haunt for ghost busters and landlord Alan O'Connor will be welcoming them with open arms.
A true countryside local, with its history as a coaching inn dating back to 1490 reflected in its three beamed rooms.