hayloft hayloft  /ˈheɪ ˌlɔft/


  • (n) a loft in a barn where hay is stored




  1. Eighty Portland locals put up $150,000 to buy and remodel an abandoned Wells Fargo stable; the hayloft still serves as the Reporter's city room.
  2. Like most old barns, it contained stalls for livestock and horses -- the preindustrial tractors of agriculture -- and a cavernous hayloft for storing their fuel.
  3. Greenwich Village's American Contemporary Artists Gallery nestles like a hayloft hideaway in the eaves of the Village Barn cabaret.


  • Daily Deal: Where to find cheap (and unusual) lodgings in Germany

    Next time you go to Germany, consider staying on a tall ship or in a hayloft. The German tourism office has created a free budget guide that lists lodgings for as little as 40 euros ($52) a night at places all over the country, from big cities to parklands and forests.
    on July 16, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

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  • "There is no more satisfying smell than that of turned hay," Mr. Saramago writes, "of bodies under a blanket, of oxen feeding at the trough, the scent of cold air filtering through the chinks in the hayloft, and perhaps the scent of the moon,...
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: José Saramago Source: New York Times

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