bunkhouse

[buhngk-hous]
noun, plural bunkhouses [buhngk-hou-ziz] .
a rough building, often with bunk beds, used for sleeping quarters, as for ranch hands, migratory workers, or campers.

Origin:
1875–80, Americanism; bunk1 + house

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bunkhouse (ˈbʌŋkˌhaʊs)
 
n
(in the US and Canada) a building containing the sleeping quarters of workers on a ranch

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Everything else at this simple eight-room eco-retreat and bunkhouse follows in
  irrepressible green style.
Lodging options range from modern luxuries blended with historic charm to
  bunkhouse digs reminiscent of summer camp.
The inn has a fully equipped bunkhouse and a fully furnished two-bedroom mobile.
Campers also can opt to stay in a bunkhouse or the campground's lodge.
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