Episode 165: Burtown and The Barn

By chance, our Airbnb in Ireland’s Ancient East was on the grounds of 300+  year old Quaker house that was a month away from opening a restaurant.  Their opening day was scheduled for the afternoon before our departure.  Needless to say, we documented the whole process.  This film is much longer than any PP episode to date, we hope you can sit down for 20 minutes and wander through Burtown House and The Green Barn.

6 responses to “Episode 165: Burtown and The Barn”

  1. Jenna says:

    Excellent! I wish every episode was at least 20 minutes!

  2. A feat of dream building and of film making! Daniel and Mirra, you are as inspiring (and as crazy) as the subjects of your latest film. Behind the scenes I picture a meeting of kindred spirits.

  3. Ruth Farnan says:

    Beautiful film! Been following Burtown’s progress for a while now and I’m very impressed. I’m in love with kitchen garden and hope to work in one myself. Gorgeous food, people and garden.

  4. Brian Ovington says:

    Inspiring project. Best of luck to the Fennell family.

  5. Gustavo Deleon says:

    Guys…please, please, please…more long-form episodes! I’ll spend 20 minutes watching any of your films anytime.

  6. Lisa says:

    Such a wonderful story! Love the attitude of all these people as they are working for a new page in the history of their amazing property. Love the long-form episode too.
    Bet you loved staying here with James.
    Great work!

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