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Canoe and Cake Experience

52A Ballymorran Road, Killinchy, County Down, BT23 6UD
Canoe and Cake Experience

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Enjoy the beauty of Strangford Lough from your own canoe and relax in the serenity of your surroundings and listen to the birds in this wildlife Sanctuary. You may see a few Seals! Strangford Lough is dotted with over 150 little Islands and you’ll be canoeing around them! You’ll be totally chilled on the Lough. Once we reach the Shore it’s a two minute walk to Tracey’s Farmhouse where you’ll be tucking into tasty treats! Tracey lives in an 18th century thatched cottage in an area of outstanding natural beauty just 40 minutes from Belfast.

Sitting in the warmth of Tracey’s Farmhouse kitchen you will be treated to a demonstration of traditional Soda bread making. You will enjoy warm Soda breads as they come off the Griddle. They’re delicious with some awardwinning hand rolled butters – original and dulse {seaweed} and Tracey’s homemade jams. There will of course be Tracey’s own homemade Cake to devour. Bring an appetite.

£60 per person

Ensure to dress comfortably for the activity and although you should not get wet, a change of clothes may be advisable.

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Suitable for Children

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

Provider Preferences

  • Dogs accepted by arrangement

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* 09:00 - 20:00 7 days a week

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