Definition of guesthouse
: a building used for guests (as on an estate); especially : a house run as a boardinghouse or bed-and-breakfast
Examples of guesthouse in a Sentence
The estate includes a small guesthouse.
Recent Examples of guesthouse from the Web
Proceeds support the Abbey's monastery, library and guesthouse.
There’s also a three-vehicle carport and a three-car garage with a guesthouse on top.
Guesthouse owners and tour guides have been struggling.
A former guesthouse in the town’s center is still plastered with advertisements for instant cash loans, and many stores on the main street remain shuttered.
The estate features a five-bedroom primary residence, a one-bedroom guesthouse and two-bedroom staff quarters.
There's also a guesthouse with two bedrooms, one bath and a fireplace, which the Geyers rent out.
Behind heavy pine doors set in local stone is the guesthouse Camellas-Lloret, where in the courtyard a fire has just been lit.
Cross-Border Clashes On Tuesday, an Indian guesthouse in the capital was hit by a rocket, though there were no casualties from the attack, Najib Danish, an Afghan interior ministry spokesman, said by phone.
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First Known Use of guesthouse
GUESTHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guesthouse for English Language Learners
: a building that is separate from the main house of a property and that is used for guests
: a small hotel; also : a private house that accepts paying guests
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