noun, plural boat·hous·es [boht-hou-ziz] /ˈboʊtˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Examples from the Web for boathouse
And Google said no plus-ones at the Boathouse (which is unfortunate because that would definitely be the one to crash).Google, Marc Jacobs, and Other Casualties of the Christmas Party Recession|Deborah Schoeneman|November 19, 2008|DAILY BEAST
The ice-house was near the creek, about half-way between the bridge and the boathouse, close to the stream.Brother Against Brother|Oliver Optic
When the crew of the eight-oared shell reached the boathouse they learned of a happening which interested them deeply.The Girls of Central High on Lake Luna|Gertrude W. Morrison
This circumstance did not trouble them, however, for on the days when Laurie was expected Ted always left the boathouse unlocked.Ted and the Telephone|Sara Ware Bassett