meal house

meal house

A structure once used for storing grain that had been ground.
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The outbuildings comprise a two-storey barn with a garage, cowsheds and meal house, a single-storey building, former dairy and parlour, single-storey and two-storey cowsheds, a four-bay Dutch barn, a variety of loose housing sheds and machinery stores and a silage pit.
At the rear of the house, there are two period outbuildings, Cotswold Barn and Meal House, which have been converted for of?ce use.