hayloft


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hayloft

The upper part of a barn in which hay is stored.
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70 The Facts Atmosphere: Bright and cosy The Hayloft Restaurant, Car parking: Parking: free, 200 yards Disabled access: Lift access to Hayloft Restaurant and disabled parking spaces Service: Self-service Overall: The grandest of places with food to match Opening Times: The restaurant is open daily from 10am to 5pm although is sometimes open later at weekends so its worth checking their website.
Bedroom five, a spacious double, is also of particular interest because it occupies the space that is the converted hayloft.
groaning tie-beam, The hayloft black with bottle flies.
A week's stay in The Hayloft for up to six people on July 24 costs PS992.
The Italian sweet bread, filled with fruit and chocolate will go on sale at the Hayloft, with half of the proceeds going to Ty Gobaith children's hospice in Conwy.
The man's wife claimed her husband died after falling from a hayloft.
How on earth did your cow get up into the hayloft anyhow?
To build this masterpiece, Scott Cheeseman salvaged lumber from a hayloft.
Hayloft ladder: The hayloft was for a long time the children's play room and we all have happy memories of them running up and down the ladder.
By coincidence the chopper my dad bought was up in a hayloft and was powered by a windmill on the roof of the barn.
Now struggling to write another, he is called to his boyhood home, a farm, because his father has fallen from the hayloft, severely injuring himself, and help is needed.
We took a walk to find a secluded place and ended up in a hayloft," the Daily Express quoted him as telling Playboy magazine.