oast house


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a building containing an oast (a kiln for drying hops)

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To the side of the property is the beautiful oast house that currently contains an indoor swimming pool, gym and entertaining area with a flexible mezzanine space.
The farm, set in 20 acres in Bethersden, Kent, boasts a barn and oast house.
Robbie, 36, has twice been to see the 15th-century property, which has a converted oast house and two cottages in the secluded grounds.
Your eye is frequently drawn to the white tip of an oast house peeping from behind a hedgerow, an attractive timber-framed farmhouse nestling at the end of a lane, or a weather-worn sandstone church that looks as if it's been hewn straight from the ground.
Part of the house, next to the old Manor in the Warwickshire village of Newbold, was converted from a 250 year-old oast house.
Strangely familiar, yet dramatically new, a form of abstract post-modernism brought a new play on architectural simile--'it's like a barn, an oast house, but with a twist'.
One of the best known sale-ring figures, John Hanlon, universally known as `the shark', paid 28,000gns early on to get the well-related juvenile Oast House from the Juddmonte draft.
The hops are grown in Kaiser, Oregon, and kiln-dried at a Willamette Valley oast house (an oast house is a structure where hops are dried).
Some of Manchester's leading businesses have backed the project by sponsoring individual bees including Pinsent Masons, Manchester Central, Manchester Arndale, Ellis Brigham, Great Northern Warehouse, Deloitte, LDC, BDO, The Printworks, The Oast House and DWF.
Rooms in a converted oast house start at [euro]90 a night, including breakfast.
Located within Chavasse Park in Liverpool ONE, the bar and restaurant follows the success of The Smugglers Cove in the Albert Dock, and further afield The Oast House, Botanist and Trading House.
It's up against the Richmond Arms at West Ashling, near Chichester, West Sussex, with its wood-fired vintage wagon pizza concept, and the Oast House in Manchester with its winter tepee.
Surrounded by revellers at Manchester's Christmas markets, the footballers kicked off their party at one of the city's newest pubs, The Oast House.
The Royal Palace - the best preserved medieval palace in Portugal -with its two chimneys, resembling a giant oast house is Moorish in origin, and is one of the oldest buildings in Portugal.
WORK has begun on an extension to popular Spinningfields bar The Oast House.