My Thursday Doors this week features this lovely little stone cottage that is about 200 years old. The setting is idyllic and the views are amazing.
Sitting among the buttercups and daisies on the grass in front of the cottage is an old plough, giving you that feeling of stepping back in time.
There isn’t a red door in sight but I think the black and white colour scheme really suits this particular cottage.
One of the gable ends has been left free of paint, exposing the stonework. It has the tiniest sash window I’ve ever seen.
Would you like to have a look inside?
Come on in, the door is unlocked and we have the owners’ permission.
As I stood outside taking in the beautiful scenery I had the strangest feeling of being watched.
I’m so glad I was able to show you the inside of a typical old Irish cottage. Although this one hasn’t been lived in for a long time, it’s being kept in pretty good condition. There are a lot more Thursday Doors to see over on Norm’s blog, just click the blue link at the bottom of his post.