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coaching inn

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoaching innˈcoaching ˌinn noun [countable] British English  a small hotel in Britain used in the past by people travelling in carriages pulled by horses
Examples from the Corpus
coaching innChris believes the Bay Horse was first a pub in the 1560s and was also a coaching inn.The Triton inn was formerly a coaching inn, and is still providing meals and accommodation.
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