Thursday, 28 November 2013

Thatched Roof Thursday #52 - Kenilworth

Happy Thanksgiving 
to my American family and friends!


This is a continuation from last week's 
This home is also located on the lovely square of homes
known as Little Virginia, Kenilworth.  Kenilworth Castle is just down the road.


This was also thatched roof cottage #45
the Robsart Cottage.  You remember, it is the cottage
that has some mystery and intrigue as part of its history.
(A very nice lady allowed me to take these pictures.)

Off to sort out our dinner - a slice (or maybe 2) of turkey 
seems like a good starting point :).

Have a great day!

The Plan:  To be back on Sunday for
CDP Theme Day - Looking Out

11 comments:

LONDONLULU said...

You have a real knack for finding these treasures! I love the green expanse in front, so charming. Happy Tday from the States! Hope it's a beautiful day, turkey or no:)

Bill Nicholls said...

Wonderful buildings Thatched cottages they are so English

Bev said...

Lovely!!!! I would love to visit England!!

Petrea Burchard said...

Thatched cottages say "fairy tale" to me.

William Kendall said...

One can always see the Englishness in such houses.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Quintessentially English, I don't think I've ever seen a thatch in Australia, too much of a fire risk I guess.. Happy Thanksgiving to yourself and family Lauren.

Leovi said...

Very nice photos! Beautiful house!

hamilton said...

These cottages are so picture perfect.
I think of cookie/biscuit tins when I see one, though ;)

JM said...

The top shot is so fairy tale like! Amazing all those beauties you found around.

Aussie in France said...

What a stunning cottage! The street I lived on in North Queensland in Australia was called Kenilworth Avenue. Nothing remotely in common of course ...
Rosemary from Blois Daily Photo

Mersad said...

Lovely images, the roofs look so interesting.