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Christmas Baking

Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen, 52A Ballymorran Road, Killinchy, County Down, BT23 6UD
Christmas Baking

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Join us for a festive cookery session! You'll enjoy a feast of Christmas delights - savoury and sweet and you'll make your own Christmas breads and festive treats to take home.

You'll start with a glass of Traceys homemade mulled wine or non alcoholic spiced apple cider and Christmas Tiffin Cake.
Then you'll roll up your sleeves and make traditional breads with a Christmas twist and you'll also make a chocolate sweet treat.
You'll sit around the Farmhouse table to enjoy more tea/coffee and more homemade Christmas delights!
You'll take home a big bag of your homemade Christmas goodies along with the recipes.

Duration - 2 - 2.5 hours.
Bring an appetite and festive cheer!
Private groups of 7 or more are welcome.

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Accessibility

  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

Event Facilities

  • Booking Required

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£60.00 per ticket
Child£30.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Road Directions

Directions to Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen - 52A Ballymorran Rd. Killinchy. BT23 6UD Coming from Belfast: Head in the direction of the Newtownards road. When you get to Stormont Buildings on the Newtownards Road take the signs for Comber and then for Killinchy. Drive for 5 miles on a straight road. You will arrive at Balloo House – a large pub / restaurant. Turn left at Balloo House onto Beechvale Road. Go straight ahead in the direction of Whiterock for about a mile until you see a brown tourist sign saying "Ballymorran Cottages" {picture at top of this page} on your right at the brow of the hill. Turn right as if you're going to Ballymorran Cottages. You follow the road all the way to the bottom, to the water's edge and all the way round the Bay until you come to a bend. Follow the bend and you will turn away from the water. You will see a long white washed wall on your left and the name "Horseshoe Cottage" on the wall. This is my home – keep driving and you will see a thatched barn – turn left and you have arrived! Come on in!! Another word of advice – Satnav can take you in the wrong direction. I strongly advise that you follow my directions! Should you get lost call me on landline – 0044 2897 543224. Turn immediate left at this sign. My house is a thatched Cottage. Please don't park in my Neighbour's Driveway as she has young children.

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