noun Chiefly British Dialect.
Origin of ingleside
Examples from the Web for ingleside
It suddenly occurred to him that he would go over to Ingleside and talk over his difficulties with Mrs. Blythe.
John Paul was kneeling upon the flags by the ingleside, his face buried on the open Bible in his mother's lap.Richard Carvel, Complete|Winston Churchill
Miss Cornelia came up to Ingleside that evening to relieve her feelings over Sunday night.
Tell him of your love for Ingleside, but not of the rocky seat.
For had she not seen him go by but a few moments before in the Ingleside coach?