guesthouse

See also: guest house

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From Middle English gest hous, gistenehus, gystehuse, gesthus, partly from Old English gæsthūs, ġesthūs (guesthouse, hostel; guest-chamber), from Proto-West Germanic *gastihūs; and partly from Old Norse gesthús (guesthouse; guest-chamber); both from Proto-Germanic *gastihūsą, corresponding to guest +‎ house.

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guesthouse (plural guesthouses)

  1. A small house near a main house, for lodging visitors.
  2. A private house offering accommodation to paying guests; a boarding house; a bed and breakfast.

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