On the upper end of the Gleniff Horseshoe Valley rests this stunning little stone cottage. I love how the gentle stream runs down this hillside forming small waterfalls on its path whilst slowly carving its way deep into the green valley. At its base is this traditional stone cottage overlooking two neighbouring fairy trees. This peaceful scene is surrounded with nothing more than mountain grass & grazing sheep as far as the eye can see.
Other than what I admire about this scene, I unfortunately can’t tell you much more as I cannot find any history or info on this stone cottage. However for simple scenes like this its sometimes best to admire it for what it is now & not for what it may have been many years ago…. “Sometimes history is best left to rest”