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Hit the Road- Taste Portaferry

The Port Hotel & Restaurant, Portaferry, County Down, BT22 1PE
A pint of Guinness with lunch

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Experience seven mouth-watering food and drink stops around the historic Loughside town of Portaferry. Graze as you gaze on the spectacular backdrop of Strangford.
Your guide will lead you on this journey that will engage your taste buds whilst learning all about the fascinating tales of the town dating back hundreds of years!

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Concession£40.00 per ticket

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Season (1 Oct 2022)
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Saturday12:30 - 15:30

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