noun, plural guest·hous·es [gest-hou-ziz] /ˈgɛstˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Origin of guesthouse
Examples from the Web for guesthouse
Contemporary Examples of guesthouse
Their guesthouse is particularly lauded for its restaurant and beverage program.What to Drink When it’s Cold? The Glory of Austrian Schnaps
January 25, 2014
A similar dwelling, “The Bunkie”, meant to serve as a guesthouse or office, recently started taking orders.AbleNook designers offer alternative to disaster-relief tents and trailers
August 18, 2013
Insurgents seem to be able to strike anywhere, even at a U.N. guesthouse full of election workers in the middle of Kabul.Afghanistan's "Swine Politics"
November 13, 2009
A militant attack a U.N. guesthouse in the Afghan capital did more than kill eight civilians.Shattering Kabul's Calm
October 29, 2009
They were, according to a Korea expert and recent visitor to Pyongyang, being held in a guesthouse.How My Life in Korean Prison Foretold Bill's Success
August 4, 2009
Historical Examples of guesthouse
Besides, there is no need, since your aunt has her own guesthouse.The Precipice
He got back in his car and peeled across the road to the shantytown and the guesthouse.Makers
Oftener have the men of Erin been contending for thee every night than thou hast been wandering about for a guesthouse.
We also saw the Guesthouse, where it was very pleasant to see what neat preparation there is for the poor.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete
The monks received them in the guesthouse and from this there arose scandals which filled pious souls with desolation.Penguin Island