guesthouse

[gest-hous]
noun, plural guesthouses [gest-hou-ziz] .
a small building, separate from a main house or establishment, for the housing of guests.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English; Old English giest hūs. See guest, house

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guesthouse (ˈɡɛstˌhaʊs)
 
n
a private home or boarding house offering accommodation, esp to travellers

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Now it serves as a government guesthouse and banquet hall.
It's an actual guesthouse, too, but it offers more theme than comfort.
Experience the country view and gardens at the new guesthouse.
The group camp, all guesthouse and cabin lodging, and campsites in the horse
  campgrounds can be reserved online.
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