Inglenook Cottage is a David Winter cottage depicting a 17th Century structure based around the large ?inglenook? chimney stack.
An ?inglenook? (from the Gaelic ?fire recess?) is an open hearth area, large enough to accommodate seating, washing or cooking. As the sole source of heat (and often light), the hearth was the center of many homes of the period.
This cottage was introduced in 1991 and retired in 1997. It measures 3.5? tall by 5? wide and comes in the original box with certificate of authenticity.