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A small inn or hotel in a German-speaking country or region.
- ‘Today it is considered one of the most traditional Gasthäuser in Innsbruck and its surroundings.’
- ‘We put together a collection of Gasthäuser and restaurants from a variety of prices.’
- ‘Join us in the Gasthaus at 8: 30 p.m. for a free swing dance lesson.’
- ‘My wife and I have a summer home near Peachland and we go to the Gasthaus for any special occasion.’
- ‘Like the other Weissgerber establishments, the Gasthaus does a great job on breaded and fried cod.’
- ‘Although my command of the German language was very limited, we were always able to meet and talk with local people at the small weinstuben (wine shop/bar) and Gasthäuser (pub).’
- ‘Admire the mountains from the bottom, the churches from the outside and the Gasthäuser from the inside.’
- ‘One of my fondest memories of that holiday was the evening a friend and I went to the village restaurant (Gasthaus).’
From German, from Gast ‘guest’ + Haus ‘house’.
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