James Tymon self catering farmhouse cottage
James Tymon self catering farmhouse cottage.
Pictures of the cottage and grounds taken at different times of the year.
Cottage with barns and garden furniture.
Living room window with views to side of house and beech hedge.
Living room window looking out onto front garden.
Dining room with the warm glow of a blazing stove while you note the leisurely pace of country life.
The glow from the large stove invites you to sit and relax perhaps even to write a postcard.
Double doors to porch.
The well stocked kitchen looking out onto the courtyard.
Main bedroom with 19th century wrought iron bed frame.
Second bedroom with a double bed and a large single (4ft)
Main room with wrought iron frame and hand made bed throw.
Sit and relax in the courtyard.
Wrought iron gate from an age long gone.
Towards the cottage on an avenue of English oak.
Path behind haybarn leading to rookery and old horse chestnut tree.
Stroll on a path by the Owenmore river which meanders by the farm.
Stopping by trees (apologies to Robert Frost) on a snowy evening.
A beautiful autumn morning walk by the rookery.
Sit back and absorb it all.
location of cottage in Co Sligo and Ireland.
River path and just around the corner a picnic table.
In the shadow of the old chestnut tree.
Ivy on post box.
Walkway to the rookery through the dry stone walls.
Cowbire in sunlight.
A fine days sport on the cottages stretch of the Owenmore river.
River path crossing.
One of many dry stone walls dotting the farm.
A stroll on a warm summers day through the gate to the meadow beyond.
Country churchyard at dawn December 2009 taken by Polly Hooker a guest at James Tymon cottage.
Sunset at the cottage October 2015.Taken by Anne Gould a guest at James Tymon cottage.
Relax in the Courtyard surrounded by the cowbire and stone sheds.
Beech hedge with a blend of rustic coloured leaves as autumn comes to a close.
Side of house with ivy on cowbire.
The oldest tree on the farm. The horse chestnut in the Rookery.
Preparing for Christmas.
Dressing the dresser and window.
A log on the fire but alas not a white Christmas.