A restored traditional Irish thatched cottage for holiday lets just off the Wild Atlantic Way, Donegal, Ireland.
This 18th century cottage has been restored and retains many of it’s original features. Lime and sand mortars have been used on the stone walls and lint (flax) thatch on the roof. This type of cottage is disappearing from the Irish landscape and soon people will be saying where did all the thatched cottages go. My main objective is to keep this cottage standing as long as I can.
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