porter's lodge

porter's lodge

  1. A building for the porter(s) near the gate of a castle, college, etc., (historical) formerly used as a place of punishment for the staff.
  2. (UK, Canada) An equivalent room near the gate of a college, chiefly used as a mailroom.
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