noun, plural sum·mer·hous·es [suhm-er-hou-ziz] /ˈsʌm ərˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Origin of summerhouse
Examples from the Web for summerhouse
Historical Examples of summerhouse
At this moment Beatrice came to the summerhouse, and said, "Against my will, I have come to tell you that dinner is ready."Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare
The boys walked out into the garden and down to the summerhouse, where they proceeded to make themselves comfortable.Dave Porter at Star Ranch
They soon reached the summerhouse, and seated themselves in such a position that they had a good view of the field.
Greatly allarmed, they turned back, and told my grandmother that a strange man was lying in the summerhouse.Louis Spohr's Autobiography
There was not a soul anywhere near the summerhouse when the one girl told the other the secret.