Down the garden path at Quoygrew

My favourite part of the ruined house at Quoygrew is the garden path of the 13th to 16th Century house. What a stunning position it has. Imagine stepping out from your brand new house 700 years ago through the low doorway under your turf roof and walking down this paved and walled garden path and looking out across the sea. Stunning.

Down the garden path at Quoygrew - photograph (c) 2016 David Bailey (not the)

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