Thursday, 22 September 2016

Thatched Roof Thursday #90 - Peatling Parva

Long Folly Cottage
Main Street


This is the second of three thatched cottages
I photographed in the village of Peatling Parva. 
Almost missed it...it is set back from the road.


This village is just a few miles from the old 
RAF airbase at Bruntingthorpe which was used by
the American Air Force during and after WWII. 
 The airbase then became a vehicle testing
ground for Chrysler in the mid 1970/80's.


10 comments:

Gunn said...

What a beautiful home, and that includes the garden too.

bill burke said...

Gorgeous looking house!

RedPat said...

Another beauty!

Elizabeth said...

Hi there !
I discovered your lovely blog when researching 18th century menageries! So I saw your post about three summers ago.
I'm the reverse of you - A British ex-pat living in America.
I was at boarding school in Malvern - somewhat your part of the world.
How I miss the midlands of England!
My blog is pretty much defunct now - but warmest greetings anyway.

William Kendall said...

A house with a whole lot of character!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I agree with William, the cottages you show us have so much character, some even look like faces looking at the world from under thatched brows 😊 it's true, I have an over active imagination ☺ Happy weekend Lauren.

Kate said...

I am back again after a self-imposed hiatus from blogging, a failed attempt! Missed all of you too much to continue!!
The thatched cottages are all so appealing!

The Greenockian said...

What a beautiful cottage!

Petrea Burchard said...

What a lovely spot!


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Jack said...

The little thatched brow over the door is unexpected!