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noun as in accommodation for travellers

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In the days when the giants of early modern art hung out there, the inn became a gallery of their works, which they gave in exchange for room and board.

Instead, the inn is staying open through the holidays and into January for the first time in its 73-year history.

The inn has also limited its dining room to 25 guests and removed bar seating to allow for a minimum of six feet between tables.

An active lighthouse since 1873, the inn sits on an island in San Francisco Bay, a ten-minute ferry ride from Richmond.

The company had been spurred to take action by the 2001 death of Tucker Smith, 8, who was crushed by an Otis elevator at an inn in Bethel, Maine, during a family vacation.

The Ishikawa region is also the perfect place to stay a traditional Japanese inn, called ryokan—try Beniya Mukayu.

With these words I kissed him on the forehead and left the inn.

By then, a revolution had begun with the 1969 riot at the mob-owned Stonewall Inn in New York.

Then bed down in the seaside town of Mystic, Connecticut, with views of the wharf from your private room at the Steamboat Inn.

The Broad Street Inn, a six-room Victorian charmer, waits at the end of the route.

They took their chop or steak at their inn or hotel, or visited the tripe houses.

Elmer Spiker, mine host of the inn, was huddled close to the stove, and was reading by the light of a lamp.

A traveler coming into an inn in a very cold night, stood rather too close before the kitchen fire.

It rolled up the street, a vast machine of wood and leather, drawn by three horses, and drew up at the door of the inn.

They found the village inn to be a series of low, small buildings built on three sides of a courtyard.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inn, such as: hostel, hotel, lodge, motel, resort, and saloon.

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