Definition of 'inn'
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It was originally used by staff to watch guests arrive at the 17th Century coaching inn. The Sun (2017)Except the inn and an old church. Man of Honour (2007) Country inn serving seasonal foods and local wines. The Wine Roads of France (1989)There are some fantastic pubs and inns nearby but you should take advantage of the welcome pack you receive on arrival. The Sun (2012)The hotel is a nineteenth-century coaching inn converted to modern style. A Passion for Food (1989)The former coaching inn claims to have had the smallest bar in England. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Stay at this 18th-century coaching inn near by. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In Victorian times this beautiful stone building was a coaching inn. The Sun (2014)The laundering operation included the purchase and management of a country inn in the Midlands. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Or hop across to the inn for hearty pub grub, live music and the most happening bar on the loch. Times, Sunday Times (2013)An old inn with open fires, that offers incredibly good-value food. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It couldn't be that hard to be a chambermaid in a coaching inn, she decided. Burning Bright (2007)Go to the Lion for an old inn, but try down the road for something completely different. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The rooms are in a series of small buildings that are beyond the main structure, an old coaching inn where the bar and restaurant are found. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is an old inn, which has kept its charm and hospitality, making this family house worth a visit. A Passion for Food (1989)There were coaching inns and hostels, or you could lodge in monasteries, but no one did it for fun. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'inn'
British English: inn /ɪn/ NOUN
An inn is a small hotel or a pub, usually an old one.
- American English: inn
- Arabic: خَانٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: hospedaria
- Chinese: 客栈
- Croatian: prenoćište
- Czech: hostinec
- Danish: kro
- Dutch: herberg
- European Spanish: posada
- Finnish: majatalo
- French: auberge
- German: Gasthaus
- Greek: πανδοχείο
- Italian: locanda
- Japanese: 宿屋
- Korean: 여인숙
- Norwegian: vertshus
- Polish: zajazd
- European Portuguese: hospedaria
- Romanian: han
- Russian: гостиница
- Spanish: posada
- Swedish: värdshus
- Thai: โรงแรมเล็กๆ
- Turkish: han
- Ukrainian: готель
- Vietnamese: quán trọ
Definition of inn from the Collins English Dictionary
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