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Although you can't go inside, this little treasure on upper Friar street is not to be missed. It's free to view this 300 year old cottage that heartens back to another time! There are still great examples of roof thatching all over Ireland.
What an awesome experience Jenn Downey, Bob Connelly and I shared when Billy brought us to the last Bothan scoir in Ireland. Billy shared the rich history of a time past with vivid details while immersed within the walls of this dwelling. Memories for a...More
Bothan Scor is apparently an example of a labourer`s cabin. It probably housed those fortunate enough to have steady work during the time (around 1640). Those people who only had seasonal work (probably most during this time and onwards) had cabins made from mud and...More
A nice little surprise when out for a stroll around the town! A restored peasant dwelling approximately 365 years old, built with stone walls and a thatched roof. The site would have originally held ten cottages, four were stone cottages and the rest were made...More