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guesthouse in Tourism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishguesthouseguest‧house /ˈɡesthaʊs/ noun [countable]  DLTTBBa private house where people can pay to stay and have mealssee thesaurus at hotel
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guesthouseThe body of Mrs Campbell, 46, of Swindon, Wilts, was found in a suitcase in a guesthouse.Isaac took him to Rosehill Plantation, a hotel and guesthouse where Mitchell checked in until he found quarters of his own.The hotels and guesthouses still treat their visitors like royalty.Covering motels, private hotels, guesthouses, inns, bed & breakfast, farmhouses.Simply by sitting there, he rendered the dining-room as cold and cheerless as a room in a commercial traveller's guesthouse.My lady and her women are lodged in the guesthouse, you need have no fears in joining their company.