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    full lodging

    Hi

    "Two person bedroom with full lodging including use of hall, tea and coffee each day costs ...".

    Does "full lodging" mean that all meals are provided?

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    Re: full lodging

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    "Two person bedroom with full lodging including use of hall, tea and coffee each day costs ...".

    Does "full lodging" mean that all meals are provided?
    It doesn't mean anything in the U.S. Perhaps it has some meaning in other countries.

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    #3

    Re: full lodging

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    "Two person bedroom with full lodging including use of hall, tea and coffee each day costs ...".

    Does "full lodging" mean that all meals are provided?
    I've never heard "full lodging" but it is obvious to me what it means, the expression in BrE is "full board", which means all meals provided.

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    Re: full lodging

    So it is probably a mistake. It wasn't written by a native speaker.

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