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gatehouse

1. a small house at the entrance to the grounds of a country mansion
2. a structure that houses the controls operating lock gates or dam sluices

Gatehouse

A building, enclosing or accompanying a gateway for a castle, manor house, or similar building of importance.

gatehouse

gatehouse
A building, enclosing or accompanying a gateway for a castle, manor house, or similar buildings of importance.
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A TEAM of workers who help people in the city centre are to move into one of Coventry's two remaining gatehouses.
Coventry City Centre Company's customer service team for the cathedral quarter - known as zone one - will be based at the Swanswell gatehouse in Trinity Street.
In 1820 the gatehouse became a weaving workshop and the arch, big enough to take a carriage, was filled in, leaving a gap for pedestrians only.