Noun(1) a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
(1) But Maguire's pub of Manorhamilton in neighbouring County Leitrim has all the trappings of a truly historic and hospitable hostelry .(2) This Saturday night, the Thirteenth Park Hotel Supreme Sports Star Award will be decided at a Gala Banquet in the famed Dungarvan hostelry in front of an expected crowd of three hundred and fifty guests.(3) Business has been thriving at the popular Robertstown hostelry since the new owners took over last year.(4) For some twenty-seven years now this bottle has adorned the counter in Curley's Public House and has been filled with loose change and other donations from patrons and staff of the popular Clare Street hostelry .(5) The Tip Top House is believed to be the oldest mountain-top hostelry still in existence in the world.(6) The popular Ballyhaunis hostelry opened on 19th Dec.1927 under the management of the late Michael Curley, a native of Caraun, Claremorris.(7) Tess has been a mainstay behind the counter at the popular High Street hostelry since the early 1960s.(8) In their now famous hostelry , Mary and John made a major contribution to the development of Rosses Point as a centre of excellence in the leisure industry, both locally and internationally.(9) The popular Littletown hostelry The Travellers Rest is up for sale again.(10) Afterwards we retired to Garvey's hostelry where we raised a glass in memory of a departed friend.(11) Saturday, I was in town and decided to pop into the same conveniently-located hostelry on the way home for a refreshing gargle of the black stuff - as you do.(12) When I finish work and head off for a margarita at some Santa Cruz hostelry , I don't want to have people who recognize me shouting ‘Pedant!’(13) The BBC had put me up in a four star hostelry , gym and mini-bar inclusive (bless you, unwitting licence payers!(14) They claimed that customers of the busy Main Street hostelry were blighting their neighbourhood with noise, nuisance, litter and vandalism.(15) Sheila has worked in Rosie's for a good many years and is well known to many Irish folk who frequent this popular and long established hostelry in the city.(16) After the hectic month that is December, Jane - ‘the wife’ - and my two girls-Charlotte and April will be hoping to get a day out followed by a meal in some suitable hostelry .
1. lodge ::
2. inn ::
3. auberge ::
4. hostel ::
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