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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.
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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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The former, a thriving Italian restaurant at the heart of Amble's community and the latter, a popular fish restaurantbased in Blyth,have been part of The Old Boat House Food Group for several years; but Martin added: "We need to prioritise.
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