hall bedroom

hall bedroom

A bedroom having the same width as the hall, formed by sectioning off one end of the hall.
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References in classic literature ?
"You mean we'll be in some horrible boardinghouse, in a still more horrible hall bedroom, looking out on a dingy back yard."
As for our rooms, I admit they are hall bedrooms, and mine does look out on the back yard.
One afternoon Sarah shivered in her elegant hall bedroom; "house heated; scrupulously clean; conveniences; seen to be appreciated." She had no work to do except Schulenberg's menu cards.
It was lonesomer still when Anne found herself alone in her hall bedroom that night at twilight.
It was no larger than a hall bedroom in Grub Street, and yet twelve men were herded into it to eat and sleep and carry on all the functions of living.
At home, also, there was more good news; so much of it at once that there was quite a celebration in Aniele's hall bedroom. Jonas had been to have an interview with the special policeman to whom Szedvilas had introduced him, and had been taken to see several of the bosses, with the result that one had promised him a job the beginning of the next week.
For example, the fireplace in the main hall bedroom, which was originally much larger than it is today, had already been partially filled in by 1760 and could not be restored to its original size.
There is also an image of Hayley and her pals in a Mar Hall bedroom with bags full of Jo Malone products.
In addition is a self contained annexe with its own sitting room kitchen, entrance hall bedroom and bathroom.