A steady, drenching rain graced the landscape and ourselves during the road trip from Coleraine to Belfast. These are the parting photographs of Breezemont Manor, our lodging for the Antrim Glens exploration (see “A Bit about Torr Head for an entry point).
Before leaving I did a cursory photographic tour, skipping the messy bedroom. We arrived very late, after the posted arrival time. A plain-spoken Ulster Scotsman kindly let us in with a few choice words. After dinner out photographing the very nice room in pristine state was neglected.
The foyer, carpeted in a plaid and photographed below, bore the Scottish identity of the proprietor.
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Throughout there were tinted etchings, featuring local buildings.
An overview of the property. The glassed-in addition on the right hand (east) side is the breakfast room.
We enjoyed two breakfasts here.
There is a strong connection with the USA, where many Ulster Scots emigrated, including my own great and double great paternal grandmothers.