Friday, March 14, 2008

Irish cottages

Aghadreena Cottage in Donegal

Helen Allingham Cottage


Kilkenny, Ireland.

Jenkinstown house which
is about five km from the medieval capital
of Ireland.......Kilkenny City.

Cottage in the village
of Borris, County Carlow, ireland.

Elizabethan manor house in carrick on suir, county tipperary, Ireland.

Most photos by Edward Dullard

Sláinte agus saol agat (good health and long life to you)

Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig! (Happy St. Ptrick's Day!)


maryt

12 comments:

Sonia said...

Thoses cottages are really wonderful! Love the soooo much!

Sonia said...

Me again... I mean "Love them sooo much".

Love your banner/header, just wonderful!

Jamie said...

These are just lovely. Every once in a while, I search through real estate listings in Britain. Some of the old coach house and cottage conversions make you want to move in a second. Thank you for the beautiful pictures.

WillThink4Wine said...

I love the ivy covered Red Cottage in the village of Borris, County. I also love that is has Christmas lights strung across the top! I want that cottage!

I actually used to live in a cottage, and as much as I love my home, I dearly miss my little cottage!

DeeMom said...

It so neat to see these pictures, especially with St. Patrick’s day coming up here on Monday… so beautiful Ireland is…ONE DAY I shall go there. Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig to ye to.

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks for these views, Mary. They are wonderful. I love Ireland. I spent a lot of time there in the early 90s and so often wish I never had left. God bless.

liza said...

the photos are lovely, i especially like the Jenkinstown house.

Carole said...

Beautiful pictures.

Carver said...

Those are great shots of the Irish cottages. I'll have to swipe some of my daughter's photographs from her study abroad in Ireland in honor of St. Patrick's Day.

Desert Songbird said...

I've always wanted to travel to Ireland. *sigh*

Marilyn said...

It makes me want to go there too...

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Borris, County Carlow - hmm... sounds so familiar ;-)

Cheers.