Downhill Demesne & Hezlett House
Downhill Demesne & Hezlett House
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Salt Luxe
Coleraine, UK3 kontribusi
Sep 2023 • Pasangan
This is probably one of my favourite walking routes. Even on the roughest of days, it's just beautiful and to top it off you can end it with a gorgeous coffee from Al's Coffee hut. Might just go today..
Ditulis pada 15 Oktober 2023
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Murray H
Brisbane, Australia182 kontribusi
Jul 2023 • Keluarga
This area is very impressive and it was great to spend time walking around the site. With amazing views down to the beach and across to the Donegal peninsula, it was a great opportunity for spectacular photos. The temple perched on the cliff is iconic and quite a unique sight to behold. Very glad that we made the effort to visit. I’m always happy to pay the National Trust to support the ongoing upkeep of this historic place but the online portal to pay for parking was unfortunately not as simple as it could have been. It was however definitely worth a visit and was a highlight of our trip along the Causeway Coast.
Ditulis pada 26 Juli 2023
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GRZ
Chicago, IL10.071 kontribusi
Jun 2023
I kind of wish we had more time for this place, I simply didn't realize the walks here would be so pleasant - so if you are packing the Coastal Road in one day like we did you may want to accommodate at least 1h just to spend here, if not more to fully enjoy it - otherwise I think it's just rushed and this place is all about peace and tranquility. The ruins are pretty scenic - especially with the "layers" you can create with the background :)

TIP: parking is unusual, no meter but you scan the bar code and pay online... and that's of course if your cell phone reception works here... mine didn't but the nice people at the coffee shop said just to drop any $ donation and no need to pay for it - so it was very nice of them to let us in
Ditulis pada 20 Juli 2023
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BobSki-UK
Claygate, UK617 kontribusi
Mei 2023 • Sendiri
Since I was driving past the main entrance, I thought I would stop and have a look, despite the place apparently being closed. One of the pedestrian gates into the garden was still open and I met a lady coming out with her dog who told me that it is rarely ever locked.
So I walked through the garden and up the hill to see the buildings up on the cliff. And I’m so glad I did, because they were absolutely incredible. I just can’t imagine what they must’ve been like before they fell into disrepair.
Ditulis pada 20 Mei 2023
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Nick
Nottingham, UK236 kontribusi
Apr 2023 • Pasangan
Cannot comment on Hezlett House, as it was bot open when we visited in early April.

We visited Downhill and Mussenden Temple. We found this to be a very worthwhile stop.

Parking is adequate, £7.50 for the day - you'll only be here around an hour though if you're only looking at the ruins and Temple.

Downhill is interesting to walk through on your way to see Mussenden Temple.

At the Temple, look over the walls on the clifftop - the view fown onto the beach is spectacular.
Ditulis pada 1 April 2023
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Peter R
Dartford, UK1.207 kontribusi
Des 2022
We parked at the Bishop’s gate and walked through gate, the small gardens and up the hillside. Entry and parking at this gate was free. We walked through the mansion ruins and then out to the edge of the cliff to the Temple. We could not go inside the Temple but it makes for some great photos especially on a wet windy day. The views over the beach were amazing. We then walked around to the Lions gate where there are toilets and finally had a warming drink at Al’s.
Ditulis pada 24 Desember 2022
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rogersober
Clermont, FL28.520 kontribusi
Sep 2022 • Pasangan
Took the Stroll of the Bishop’s property to see the coast and his residence ending at Al’s Coffee for a drink in the picnic are near the car park.
Ditulis pada 11 September 2022
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victoria B
Lincolnshire, UK577 kontribusi
Jun 2022
There are two places you can access the place from - The Bishops Gate and The Lions Gate and both are on the same road.

The Bishops Gate has parking in front and to access the ruin and temple, there is a walk through some gardens which have been restored by the National Trust.

The Lions Gate has parking but also a cafe and is closer to the ruin and temple.

There is a mausoleum in poor condition which was created for the 4th Marquis of Bristol in front of the ruin. The ruin itself is large with some hints of its former glory with the odd carved stone door frame. The temple is right on top of the cliff behind the ruin.

There is no shelter at all, and the day I went there was a strong wind and torrential rain.

If it is cold or rainy suggest you use the Lion's Gate where there is a cafe and toilet.
Ditulis pada 30 Agustus 2022
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CarolineWR
U.K.275 kontribusi
Jun 2022
Fantastic spot run by the National Trust. Lovely marked walks up to the Mussenden Temple (not sure what "Hezlett House" is?). Used for weddings, so you probably won't get access, but you'll get lots of hilarious pics of inappropriately shod ladies sinking into the soft grass in front of the Temple! Amazing view of the cliffs beneath the Temple. Round walk takes you to the fascinating ruined shell of Downhill Demesne with good information boards detailing the building's history & various uses through the ages. Back to an excellent coffee at Al's hut by the carpark.
Ditulis pada 24 Juni 2022
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StripeyMiata
Lisburn, UK959 kontribusi
Jul 2021
Most people do the Temple and old ruins, but there are loads more to see if you explore, including going down to the railway line.
Ditulis pada 8 Mei 2022
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