Rose & Thistle

By: Lesley

Nov 28 2011

Category: Fergus

16 Comments

Aperture:f/4.4
Focal Length:19.5mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/80 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

This unusual front entrance belongs to the Rose & Thistle Bed & Breakfast in Fergus. They don’t seem to have a website and I could find no information on this establishment. But it is situated on St David St close to the main street of St Andrew St and the Grand River.

Participating in Monday Doorways and Our World Tuesday

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16 comments on “Rose & Thistle”

  1. Wow! These doors are spectacular. Keep on clicking.

  2. Yes, that’s a lovely entrance… but a B&B with no website…?

  3. PS. The streamers on the door on my post are made of orange flowers, but I can’t tell you what kind.

  4. The place looks inviting, welcoming, as it were, with those doors.
    «Louis» appreciates your contribution to Monday Doorways.
    http://bayphoto.blogspot.com/2011/11/portes-de-lundi-xxviii.html

  5. Gorgeous house, even if it is a stealth establishment! (they must have a lot of word-of-mouth customers!)

  6. That looks like a charming place.

  7. Fergus is a great place filled with stone homes and buildings. Great post. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  8. Lovely entrance. Impressive doors. Looks very inviting.

  9. Lovely spot! Looks like a lovely spot to stay!!!

  10. Nice shot, I bet that building has some history behind it.

  11. I love this…never seen anything that looks like this, or even close to it….sort of like having a bay door instead of a bay window.

  12. Lovely framing of this door. 🙂

  13. A lovely and unusual entrance. I agree with Francisca, I can’t imagine a B & B without a website. Perhaps they have more repeat customers than they can handle.

  14. I love the entrance. It is very interesting and intriguing.

  15. What a lovely looking place. ‘twould be nice to stay there if the information were available.


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