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hayloft

The upper part of a barn in which hay is stored.
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The properties, being developed by Diamond Developments, will include the Hayloft, a three-bedroom property with large family kitchen and south west facing walled garden at pounds 395,000.
"The menu at the Hayloft will be full on Welsh rustic food with a modern twist.
Featuring the best of Welsh produce, much sourced from the estate itself - cheeses and ice cream from the dairy, meat is from the butchery and fish and shellfish caught that morning in the nearby Conwy straits - The Hayloft is the centrepiece of the PS6.5m Bodnant Welsh Food Centre, and alongside the famous gardens.
The historic Deuchar's Breweries stables on St Thomas Street, near Haymarket, have been added to the Hyhubs portfolio, which includes business village Hoults Yard, and will be rebranded Haylofts.
Hayloft plants, which are known for unusual plants, have this new offering.
The Hayloft Restaurant has been designed with fresh, light colours to create a bright and cosy atmosphere.
WONDERFULLY presented, extended and boasting a delightful hayloft conversion, Rosemary Cottage is a spacious country farmhouse which would be the pride of any family.
That was the summer a farmer found his daughter Hanging in the hayloft,
KERRIDGE End Holiday Cottages is located in the grounds of a Grade II listed former gentleman's residence, and features a five-star M3a cottage, The Hayloft, and a M1 cottage, The Stables.
Hayloft Steppers Square Dance Club Dance Caller will be Rick Gittleman Matt Auger and the cuer will be Birgit Maguire.
Ben also helped Dai, who is executive chef at Bodnant's acclaimed Hayloft Restaurant and once cooked for Pavarotti, to create a unique recipe for a mouth-watering panettone.
Hayloft Steppers Square Dance Club "Acorns'' dance, caller is Don Bachelder, cuer is Roy Williams.