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cloakroom

1. A room for the deposit or checking of outer clothing.
2. A small lounge outside a legislative chamber where coats may be hung.
3. A room for checking packages or baggage, as in a theater, railway station, or airport.
4. (Brit.) A washroom and toilet.
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A central entrance hall, with a high-quality tiled floor, leads to a downstairs cloak room with a stylish bespoke suite in white, and a large, relaxing lounge with square bay window.
It has a reception hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, utility, cloak room, bathroom, extensive storage, private gardens and sun terrace.
The property also features a ground floor cloak room and multiple storage areas.
According to the Northern Territory News, this year's party hit new lows of silliness, with male ball-goers forced to check their pants at the cloak room or face a 250-dollar entry fee, the Courier Mail reported.
Across the ground floor is also a superb triple aspect drawing room, informal lounge, conservatory, an excellent sized games room/den, cloak room, utility plus ample storage.
He took them to the cloak room, where he drew a handgun and fired at the boy.
The accommodation includes an entrance hall, utility room, play room, cloak room, breakfast kitchen with Aga and granite worktops, dining room, lounge and drawing room with exposed roof beams and an open fire.
There is also a closed laundry room and a guest cloak room.
The Rydal comprises of an open-plan living and dining room , a fully-fitted kitchen and a cloak room.
The first night I did the cloak room, it ended up with all the coats in a big pile and people screaming at me and I just wanted to cry.
White ceramic Madrid cloak room suite (includes close coupled WC, wall hung basin, chrome mono tap, trap and plumbing kits), pounds 179, B&Q.
Paone began his Washington career in the Democratic cloak room in 1979.