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guesthouse

a private home or boarding house offering accommodation, esp to travellers

guesthouse

1. A separate residence for guests, as a house on a private estate or a boarding house of high standards.
2. A monastery building specifically for receiving visitors.
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Six members of a family from Quetta had died during their stay at the Qasr-i-Naz guesthouse in Saddar on the night of Feb 21.
He said that a few minutes after arriving at the guesthouse, the victim went to the bathroom and then made an attempt to leave the room.
The chief was also convicted for causing scandal with several female workers in the guesthouse."
Cooperman's uniquely suspenseful 'Haunted Guesthouse Mystery' series, "Bones Behind The Wheel" is an original and humor laced novel that offers a unique roller coaster of a ride with its unexpected plot twists and turns.
The post Burglar breaks into Paphos guesthouse, steals bags appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Just off Star Street, the Hosh Al-Syrian was renovated by Bethlehem Municipality to be transformed into a guesthouse. This project is in line with the strategy of Bethlehem Municipality to preserve and promote Bethlehem's unique cultural heritage.
Before examining what this series of guesthouse logs show, it is important to recognize that they are not without limitations.
New Delhi: With a trooper getting to spend an average of only five years out of 30 with his family during service, the Border Security Force (BSF) has launched a new concept to set up more than 190 guesthouses for across the country for newly married couples.
The firefighter, who is based in Pohang in North Gyeongsang Province, had gone to the island for a holiday and was staying at the same guesthouse as the alleged victim.
The five rooms of the guesthouse, which cost from $50 to $75 a night per person, were opened to the public in late 2015.
A COUPLE have spoken of their joy after their guesthouse was crowned the best "hidden gem" in the UK.