Garden house


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Garden house

A summer house in a garden or garden-like situation.

garden house

A structure for shelter in a garden, usually small.
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The historic focus of the formal gardens are its eighteenth century garden houses follies and landscape features whic.
Compton Verney and its grounds are set in a conservation area, so it is no surprise that the private two-thirds of an acre belonging to The Garden House - given that they were once tended by the head gardener - are particularly pretty.
The Garden House, Killingworth Village, Newcastle is for sale through Foster Maddison at offers in the region of PS595,000, tel: 0191 281 8339.
Such annoyances were soon forgotten though as we returned to the tranquil setting of the hills overlooking Lake Windermere at Fayrer Garden House Hotel on the edge of town.
LAST time I visited the Garden House I vowed never to return after a disastrous meal for my dad's 60th birthday.
The day was a great success, raising more than pounds 1,200, shared between the Garden House Hospice, Letchworth, MacMillan Nurses and the Injured Jockeys' Fund, as the jockeys retained the cup.
This is The Garden House and is renowned as one of the most exciting gardens in the UK.
Como director ejecutivo del chileno Laboratorios Garden House, en 2002, se puso entre cejas que los maximos ejecutivos de Walgreens, una de las principales cadenas de farmacias de Estados Unidos, lo recibieran en su sede en Chicago.
By now, the gazebo had morphed into a garden house, and the end was nowhere in sight.
Tavakolian is a member of the Parents' Association Board of Trinity School and the Alumni Representative of the Garden House School.
50, children, wheelchairs, guide dogs free' The Garden House, Erbistock, 2pm-5pm.
If you've got a garden house or outdoor bar/barbecue area, consider a thatched roof and add lava rock around the barbecue pit.