Entry from British & World English dictionary
1The house of a lord mayor or a landed proprietor.
- In addition to the work on the old building, there are six contemporary designed houses creating a courtyard setting to the mansion house.
- For a small fee, guests will be given access to the large mansion house and will stay in one of the accommodation blocks set in the seminary's extensive, landscaped gardens.
- Although the famous landscape gardens at Stourhead remain open all year, the mansion house opens for the first time this year on Friday 19 March.
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