- a German inn or tavern.
Origin of gasthaus
First recorded in 1825–35, gasthaus is from the German word Gasthaus guesthouse
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Examples from the Web for gasthaus
In my search for a cheap German gasthaus I walked nearly all over the city.The Land of Thor
J. Ross Browne
We lunched at a Gasthaus in the small town of Furth im Walde.Europe from a Motor Car
They were not in the market-place; they were not at the Gasthaus; they were not in the Cathedral.A Night on the Borders of the Black Forest
Amelia B. Edwards
We found convent, gasthaus, and sentiment, without any pre-occupants.A Residence in France
J. Fenimore Cooper
She inquired who he was, and was informed that he was the Oberkellner at the Gasthaus von Rose.