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Bregenz House, Quay Street, Bangor, County Down, BT20 5ED
  • Paddle boarders on the water in Bangor bay

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Astride your paddleboard, you’ll have the best seat in the house to enjoy a succulent gourmet lunch.

In collaboration with foodie haven Guillemot Kitchen Café and Deli, SUP Hub NI have put together a truly unique dining experience: a picnic of delicious treats to be enjoyed while paddleboarding!

The folks at SUP Hub NI have been leading paddleboarding groups for years, and decided to mix things up with an experiential dining experience on the open water.   

The experience is suitable for all levels of paddlers, with the focus firmly on enjoying the experience, the scenery, and – most important of all – the food!

Their expert guides will be at hand to show you the ropes of paddleboarding, as well as point out areas of interest along the beautiful coastline.

It’s an inspired way of showcasing the local sites as well as the local food, providing you with a stunning backdrop for your picnic courtesy of the Guillemot kitchen.

Not only that, but it’s all sustainable too – the team at SUP Hub NI are committing to a ‘No Plastics at Sea’ policy to ensure the waters remain crystal clear and enjoyed by all. 

And as you paddle ashore, you can also join in their ‘Two-minute Beach Clean’ policy, picking up any rubbish you come across for your good deed for the day.

Now you’ve been given a taster, why not stop into the Guillemot Kitchen Café and Deli on your way back: supporting local food producers and bagging yourself some delicious grub is a double-win!

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