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Toast the Coast Food Tours

12 Edward Road, Whitehead, County Antrim, BT39 9QB

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From coastline to countryside, this is a landscape of stunning beauty – and abundance.

Satisfy your hunger for a journey to celebrate the delicious local food along the Antrim Coast Road & Glens, part of the world-famous Causeway Coastal Route, stopping off from Whitehead to Cushendun.

Enjoy a range of handmade, hooked & harvested food on a full day of tasting and eating. Celebrate what is traditional and newly formed recipes on the best of local foods and delight in the tastes from local award-winning producers. Toast the Coast with the ‘water of life’ and get into the spirit of Northern Ireland. Relax on board your luxury coach, enjoy the stunning views and stories of the Causeway Coastal Route.

Choose from a full day tour, on a variety of days, or a half day tour and half day visit to the Giant's Causeway. Sit back and relax on board your executive coach and hear about the coastline from Belfast to Cushendun on our journey.

Tour Options: Full day guided food tour / Full day guided tour, food then Giant's Causeway visit / Full day Ulster Scots Heritage Guided Tour with Ulster Scots Food (private groups of 8 or more) / Half day guided food tour (private groups of 8 or more) / Bespoke & private tours.

Whitehead - The Bank House - Experience an inviting deli, celebrating a unique breakfast, all things local vs international.

Larne - Ann’s Pantry - Time to enjoy award winning produce from Northern Ireland’s Best Bakery and hear about 50 years of baking traditions.

Ballygally - Ballygally Castle* - A spiriting experience & experts in food providence, Northern Ireland themed Tapas & Gin tasting awaits you, with time to explore the Castle built in 1625 or admire the beach by foot.

Glenarm - Glenarm Castle Estate & Tea Rooms - An organic, award-winning food selection, encased by a unique walled garden. (Castle trail replaces walled garden access during November to March).

Carnlough - The Londonderry Arms Hotel - Built in 1848, originally a ‘coaching inn’ the Arkle Bar offers a winning toast to the ‘water of life’ and some local delicious tastings, sweet & salty.

Cushendun - Mary McBride’s* & The Little Black Door - A final toast to the coast & food taster to seal the experience, and admire one of Ireland’s smallest pubs.

*Note: 2 stops on tour feature Game of Thrones® Doors carved from fallen trees of the Dark Hedges & Doors of Thrones passport can be stamped

Price of tour includes all travel on luxury executive coach, tour concierge and guided commentary, all food tasting plates, drinks (including alternatives to those listed), access to walled garden/castle trails, meet & greet with the local owners or chefs, hearing their story, souvenir tote bag and on board tasting surprises!

Alternatives to alcoholic beverages are available. All dietary requirements catered for. Tour begins from Belfast Glengall Street or Whitehead The Bank House (Dublin, other towns, hotels and airports with private group bookings).

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  • Groups catered for
  • Online Booking
  • Prior Booking Required

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
Toast the Coast Food Tours

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* Monday to Saturday 09:00 - 23:00

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