Hezlett House, Co. Derry
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It is a thatched cottage, dating from 1690s, making it one of the oldest vernacular domestic buildings in Northern Ireland. The walls of the house are from earth and rubble while the exterior is covered in roughcast. The roof is thatched using wheat straw. Owned and beautifully maintained by the National Trust, the house is simply furnished in late Victorian style. The kitchen has an open fire, and cooking irons are found over the grate. An oak cupboard dates from 1701. There is a small museum of farm implements and the Downhill marbles collection inside the cottage.

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1 June - 31 August daily 12.00-18.00 (except Tuesday). Last tour 17.30
1 30 September Weekends & Public Holidays 12.00-18.00, Last tour 17.30


Adult 4
Child 2
Family 10
Groups 3

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