Set on a wild and rugged headland with clifftop walks and views over Ireland's north coast is the Downhill Estate, laid out in the late 18th century by the Earl and Bishop, Frederick Hervey. The estate includes ruins, a mausoleum, gardens and the Mussenden Temple perched on the cliff edge.
National Trust: Downhill Estate and Mussenden Temple
Baby changing facilities,Cafe/Restaurant,Car parking,Disabled access,Dogs allowed,Picnic area
Box office: 028 2073 1582
Website: National Trust: Downhill Estate and Mussenden Temple