Please note, with restrictions currently in place this event may be cancelled or postponed; or its venue may be temporarily closed to the public. Check with the event organiser or venue for most up-to-date information.
This experience is sweet and simple – canoe on Strangford Lough and enjoy delicious homemade cakes… heaven!
Under the guidance of Mobile Team Adventure, enjoy the beauty of Strangford Lough from your own canoe and relax in the serenity of your surroundings before tucking into tasty treats in a magnificent traditional Irish thatched cottage.
Sitting in the warmth of the traditional thatched cottage you will be treated to a demonstration of soda bread making. The table will be laden with Tracey’s homemade jams and handmade award-winning butter and of course cake!
Bring an appetite! As you enjoy the delights on the table Tracey will bake soda bread on the griddle. Get involved or sit back and get some tips. You will even get to take home some soda bread to remember a fantastic afternoon.
Suitable for beginners | All equipment provided | 10+ years | Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult
Please make event organisers aware of any dietary requirements at time of booking by 20 June 2021 emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting point: Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen, Co Down, BT23 6UD.
For more information on any of these tours, contact Ards Visitor Information Centre on 028 9182 6846 or go to visitardsandnorthdown.com.
*All providers will adhere to social distancing guidelines in accordance with government advice on the Covid 19 pandemic.
**These experiences may be subject to change or cancellation due to Covid 19 restrictions and guidelines. Any events cancelled by the organiser, under all circumstances, will be fully refundable. We will contact you as soon as we know an event has been cancelled and refund the ticket price and any booking fees.
***Photos and/or video footage may be taken during these events. All events and activities are subject to change and may be weather dependent – best efforts will be made to inform you of any changes.
- Tickets £50