inglenook


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chimney corner, inglenook, roofed ingle

An area adjacent to the hearth, usually provided with seating.

inglenook

A fireplace hearth in a corner of a room; often provided with seating; same as chimney corner.
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30pm on Saturday when a convoy of police vehicles arrived at the Inglenook and surrounded the premises, preventing anybody from leaving.
CHARM Plunderheath has a wealth of period features including an inglenook fireplace
The living room is a case in point, with its natural stone fireplace set in an inglenook with beams, while radiators and Upvc windows keep out the chills.
Olivier Peslier had to switch to the outside halfway up the straight, but once balanced, Inglenook moved up a gear before running on well to beat the long time leader Cazoulias by a short neck, with Mirio back in third place.
CHARACTER The inglenook fireplace is a feature of the cottage in Newton, near Corbridge, Northumberland
A wood burner stands in the inglenook fireplace in the dining room and a four oven Aga graces the farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room.
Inglenook took the Listed Heron Stakes at Kempton in the spring before running unplaced to Giant's Causeway in the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot.
The first floor has two bedrooms, one with deep inglenook fireplace and original beamed ceiling, and the bathroom.
The standards are maintained inside the four bedroom home which has a wealth of brick and exposed beams, beamed archways, vaulted ceilings, inglenook fireplaces and oak floors.
INGLENOOK, who could not be in better form, can land the Listed Egerton Stud Darley Stakes (3.