2 edition of man in the mews found in the catalog.
man in the mews
Packer, Joy Petersen Lady
|Statement||by Joy Packer.|
|LC Classifications||PZ4.P118 Man, PR9369.3.P27 Man|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||65000482|
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"I. Mews is a British name for a row or courtyard of stables and carriage houses with living quarters above them, built behind large city houses before motor vehicles replaced horses in the early twentieth century. Mews are usually located in desirable residential areas having been built to cater for the horses, coachmen and stable-servants of prosperous residents.
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About us Our story We founded Mews in because, as hoteliers ourselves, the open PMS we needed for our properties didn’t exist and we were tearing our hair out in frustration with the usual hotel software suspects.
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