oast house


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Noun1.oast house - a building containing an oast (a kiln for drying hops); usually has a conical or pyramidal roof
house - a building in which something is sheltered or located; "they had a large carriage house"
oast - a kiln for drying hops
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oast house

[ˈəʊsthaʊs] N (oast houses (pl)) [ˈəʊsthaʊzɪz] Nsecadero m para lúpulo
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oast house

nTrockenschuppen mor -haus nt
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Hawking lived in a flat at The Oast House in the district of Pinehurst between 1990 and 2000 and, after moving in with his first wife Elaine Maso, set up a barbecue on its terrace.
Locals especially love The Oast House, with one writing on Google reviews: "Friendly local pub.
Banish autumn blues with this celebration of country life where, as well as sampling 60 varieties of beer and cider, you can see the last coal-fired oast house in Britain and try picking hops by hand.
New World Trading Company (NWTC) was formed by LV founders Tim Bacon and Jeremy Roberts in 2011 and its brands also include The Botanist, The Oast House and the Trading House.
On the edge of the village of Smarden, the beautifully restored Oast House sleeps up to six in three bedrooms and can accommodate one pet.
The team is also celebrating achieving the highest number of Christmas bookings across The New World Trading Company's UK-wide portfolio, including the likes of The Smuggler's Cove in Liverpool and Manchester's The Oast House, alongside The Botanist's other sites.
If you have ever dreamed of converting an oast house into a home then why not do it in comfort - while living in a Grade II listed Georgian manor.
• Partnered with Oast House Brewers and will be providing pizza samples paired with delicious beer.