Adare Cottage in County Limerick. In Irish "Adare" is "Ath Dara" meaning "ford of the oak". It is known as one of Ireland's prettiest villages.
Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford. This picturesque fishing village is famous for its thatched cottages, many of which date from the 19th century. These traditional buildings are mainly of mud-wall construction and are thatched with reeds (although originally wheaten or oaten straw would have been used). Simple vernacular structures, the cottages offer an increasingly rare insight into how many Irish villages looked in the late 19th century...
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Crofter's cottage in the English Gardens at Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Thatched cottage near Kinnitty Castle in County Offaly, Ireland. Like something out of a fairytale, this thatched cottage is behind the castle, at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains and with a Celtic ring of stones in the foreground (the castle is located on ancient druid ceremonial ground).
Cottage Door, County Longford, Ireland oh my goodness Ann Taylor — holy mess take me here now.
I've always dreamed of living in a small country cottage with a creek near by. I saw this little irish cottage and loved it! If i were to live in a home like this... WOW
A traditional thatched cottage in the west of IRELAND, by unknown author. Repinned by WI/IE. _____________________________ Do feel free to visit us on www.wonderfulirel... for lots more pictures and stories of Ireland.
I pinned this before, but I like Michelle's narration on this!!! (She lives in Ireland)... "Nowhere have I seen more exquisite cottage living as in the Irish countryside- and most all of them had a garden area (practical yet beautiful) and smoke rising from the chimney."