Thursday Doors – September Weekend

In September I met up with my sisters and mother for a weekend get together and collected so many Thursday Doors shots it will keep me going till the end of the year, I think. We rented self-catering accommodation in the Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort situated in the heritage town of Trim, County Meath. The Courtyard Homes consist of three en-suite bedrooms and sleep up to eight people. As there was only five of us we had plenty of room.*

Each house has a small private garden and we also had use of the hotel’s spa treatments and swimming pool. An added bonus was three days of sunshine. The morning dew lit up the cobwebs on some of the shrubbery and the details in their design was amazing.

We had a few unexpected surprises when we took a walk around the complex on our first night there.

I think my favourite has to be this little beauty. It was only half the size of the other cars with just enough room for the driver but maybe not the best vehicle to travel in on a rainy day.

Dan has some wonderful photographs of a beautiful railway museum over on his blog this week. My next Thursday Doors of our September weekend will continue with a tour of Trim town, hope to see you there.

Knightsbrook Hotel *


About Jean Reinhardt

Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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21 Responses to Thursday Doors – September Weekend

  1. Sheree says:

    Fabulous classic cars

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  2. JT Twissel says:

    What fun! Love those cobwebs and the haunted cars!

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  3. Dan Antion says:

    That sounds like a great little getaway, Jean. Fun, family and relaxing. I love those cars! A little retro, indeed.

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  4. Wow, I love this post, Jean. Of course the cars are fabulous, but the view from your room is pretty wonderful as well and the chance to all get together is the best. Almost forgot the gorgeous spider webs!!


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  5. Emille says:

    That big spider web! What a great idea to get together like this! My brothers and I always used the birthday celebrations for getting together. These kind of weekends like you had with your sisters never happened, because our tastes of what constitutes a nice weekend together were too far apart, haha. Love these classic cars! Never thought about the roof leaking:) Emille (Jesh)

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  6. jguenther5 says:

    Nice photos. Always good to see your work! Best regards.

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  7. jeansfriend says:

    It looks like Charlotte was not quite finished with her orb web! I took a similar photo several years ago of an orb web on a Bush in our yard. It was also dew-covered. I haven’t seen any since then, until yours! 🕸

    This looks like a wonderful place for a Girls Trip!

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  8. Prior... says:

    Nice opened door showing that chair and vast outside – also – such cool cars in night mode!

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  9. Jennie says:

    Hubby would have been over the moon seeing the old cars. What a delightful post.

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