Coach house

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Coach house

A building or part for housing carriages or automobiles when they are not in use. See also carriage house.

coach house, carriage house

A building or part thereof for housing carriages when not in use.
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bro oL The old coaching inn has a well-stocked bar offering local Thwaites cask ales such as Lancaster Bomber and Nutty Black.
It is decorated like the historic coaching inn that it is.
Two Bridges Coaching Inn, a UK-based hotel, has announced its Christmas offerings.
As well as the established coaching inns, taverns and more upmarket hostelries, there were thousands of 'ale houses' and 'drinking parlours'.
The new attractions will include: | A 1950s town | A fully operational cinema moved brick by brick from Ryhope, Sunderland | The replica of the home and studio of Spennymoor artist Norman Cornish | A block of aged miners' homes | A Georgian Coaching Inn where visitors can stay overnight | A farm that has been moved from Weardale in County Durham | A 1950s trolleybus system and restored buses which will transport visitors.
One section of Long Lost Family was filmed at 19th century coaching inn The Angel, in Regent Street.
It's an old coaching inn with beamed ceilings," says Jan, who lives in Creigau.
The converted coaching inn is run by chef Stphane Borie, a Frenchman born in Agen, and Shropshire farmer's daughters Sarah and Kathryn Francis.
The late Sam Hayward is buried in the graveyard of nearby St Julian's, coachman and coaching inn still looking down on Wyle Cop as they always have.
The interior is very much in the style of the traditional old American coaching inn, and we'll ensure any refurbishments neeeded will retain the special atmosphere of the place.
AN historic coaching inn turned the clock back by 200 years yesterday.
For 500 years, it was Alcester's principal coaching inn.