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Pantile

A roofing tile in the shape of an “S” laid on its side and overlapped in courses running up the slope of the roof.

pantile

pantile
A roofing tile which has the shape of an S laid on its side.
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Stay at: A superior room with a view at The Swan Hotel, 58 The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, costs pounds 50 per person a night.
The two retail units total 1,052 sq ft and are let to the Pantiles Post Office and KA International at combined rents of 28,775 [pounds sterling] a year.
They have warned the clay pantiles used on historic Queensberry House are not up to a Scottish winter.
Ylias (yes, Saily is his name backwards) and Dimitra founded the 36-bedroom Saily 25 years ago, and from the original building, which now houses the reception, main bar and indoor restaurant, it has been gradually extended in the traditional Pelion style of "flat-pyramid" roofs topped with clay pantiles.
Tomorrow, Pantiles Bride, in Henley-in-Arden, joins forces with Cosmopolitan Bride to host the event - which includes a professional fashion show - at the prestigious city centre hotel.
Fill in the coupon below and send it to: Sunday Mail SPL Annual offer, c/o Panini UK Ltd, Panini House, Coach and Horses Passage, The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5UJ.
The south part of Christianshavn (the area not occupied by the Navy - p50) is a wonderful piece of city with a mixture of domestically scaled buildings and warehouses, which vary in splendour from the Asiatisk Kompagni's eighteenth-century Baroque palaces to the huge and styleless Gammel Dok (Old Dock) building, a rugged utilitarian structure in yellow brick under a vast pitched roof of red pantiles.
It may not have the most exciting reputation in the world but Sunday brunch, sitting outside on The Pantiles, was a very pleasant way to round off the weekend before the drive home.
Ref: R/2013/0728/LB Address: Ormesby Grange Farm, Church Lane, Ormesby Proposal: Listed building consent for re-roofing of eastern and southern roof faces of building two with new pantiles to match those existing.
NEAR the Pantiles, the heart of historic Tunbridge Wells, this 15-room hotel is perfect for a romantic break.
We, however, were keen to take a look around the town and headed down the hill to The Pantiles, its two-tiered colonnaded Georgian shopping quarter adjacent to the Chalybeate Spring that made the town famous.
Brand new bricks have been manufactured to look reclaimed, roofs are lined with small pantiles and leadwork decorates the dormers.