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NI Food Tours

52 Ballymorran Road, Killinchy, County Down, BT23 6UD
Tracey baking in her country kitchen

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Discovering the hidden gems of County Down.

On an NI Food Tour you will discover some of County Down’s hidden gems. We will take you on a journey which is off the beaten track. The landscape and 120 miles of coastline is breathtaking. We meet local people in their homes and the locals are keen to tell you their story. We taste lots of amazing award winning food from raw milk blue cheese to single estate whiskey, from oils to chutneys and chocolate! You can try your hand at making traditional Irish Soda Bread, or just eat it smothered in delicious local butter.

You will be picked up and dropped off in Belfast or if your group is staying in a local hotel we can pick you up there.

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£70 per person

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* Weekdays and weekends – By request. Evenings in summer

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