A summer-house in a garden or a garden-like situation.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "garden-house" in a sentence
"On my very first visit to the “Holy Land,” in the early 1970s, I stayed at some flophouse near the Damascus Gate in occupied East Jerusalem, and one day found myself walking past a handsome gated garden-house establishment that proudly displayed the name The American Colony."
""We were afraid the government would take it away from us," admitted one proud garden-house resident, Pham Huu Dien, 83."
"Paris, — he arrived before a simple garden-house, whose humble and modest front seemed to announce that it was the abode of philosophy and learning."