Sunday, 17 March 2013

Hezlett House

My weekend in County Londonderry concluded with a visit to Hezlett House, a National Trust property near Castlerock.

It's a very long time indeed since I've been to this 17th century rectory-turned-farmhouse.

Hezlett House is one of the oldest thatched cottages left standing in Northern Ireland. The Hezletts inhabited it for two centuries.


Toby Edwards said...

Hey there,

Hope you enjoyed your visit with us. Do give us a shout next time you are in the area!

Site Manager
Downhill Desmesne, Hezlett House & Portstewart Strand

Timothy Belmont said...

Hi Toby,

I'd be in the area several times during the year, at Portballintrae.