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sun lounge

(US), sun parlor
a room with large windows positioned to receive as much sunlight as possible

sun lounge

(jargon)
(Great Britain) The room where all the Sun workstations live. The humour in this term comes from the fact that it's also in mainstream use to describe a solarium, and all those Sun workstations clustered together give off an amazing amount of heat.
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The Sun Lounge in Redcar, owned by Joe Hunt, inset, was badly damaged when a car drove into the front widow
Sun Lounge tanning shop was targeted at the weekend
Both this room and the sun lounge have underfloor heating.
There are a further three bedrooms, a mezzanine level over the playroom, with a further mezzanine over the sun lounge currently utilised as an office, reading room and family bathroom.
There are windows to the front and back and a door into the sun lounge with French doors to the garden and a play room with a store room ideal for toys.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of units and has door through to rear sun lounge.
Inside the sun lounge is Lynda's other favourite spot as no matter what the weather is like outside, it is always light and bright.
The drinks giant is targeting consumers with a direct mail campaign, which includes a Baileys Sun Lounge Music CD, with messages on the CD sleeve such as 'Ever noticed how everything changes when the sun shines?
Take an empty roof, turn it into a sun lounge and garden and, while there will be ongoing need for maintenance, the cost of landscaping may never be repeated and new furniture is purchased only every five to ten years.
And he hopes his new Redcar venture, The Sun Lounge on Coatham Road, will prove another business success.
The property is accessed via a long driveway which leads to a secluded patio terrace, there is also access to the sun lounge.