Boathouse


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Boathouse

A structure for storing boats when not in use; generally built at the water’s edge or partly over water and sometimes including provisions for social activities.

boathouse

A structure for storing boats when not in use; generally built at the water’s edge, often partly over the water; sometimes has provisions for social activities.
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When Elizabeth Miles decided to do up a boathouse in her grounds, she wanted it to leave a lasting impression on her guests.
The Boathouse, Cornwall You can't get much closer to the sea than this ex-lifeboat house near Landewednack.
Khun Narong said the new owners are dedicated to continue in the same tradition that has made the Boathouse famous.
Visitors to the park will be able to see the emerging roof of the new boathouse currently being restored at the southern end of the lake.
The extended boathouse will provide more room for vital equipment and storage, together with improved facilities for crews.
Situated on the Auchinstarry Marina near Kilsyth, the Boathouse is a newbuild pub, restaurant and rooms.
Birmingham, though, were given a scare in the match against fourth-placed Boathouse in Yorkshire before winning 25-20, 26-24, 25-14.
The specialized, custom-ordered docks and boathouses are made of large steel tubes and vary in price depending upon the size.
The conversion elements of the project are simple and effective, providing a master bedroom and bathroom in the cottage, and guest rooms in the boathouse.
You can see Hay walking down the cobblestone lane from his beautiful home on his 10-acre estate to the rock boathouse he called Boulder Dam.
OO-ER, things are going bump in the night in Dylan Thomas' old boathouse.
WORKING-CLASS HAMILTONIANS responded to a local housing crisis by creating a boathouse community along the shoreline of Burlington Bay and Dundas Marsh.