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Our Giant Tastes

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  1. Food Tours, Trails & Experiences
    Visit Mourne’s mountains and waterways are home to some of the top food producers in Northern Ireland. To learn the story behind your food and drink, we host a range of experiences and tours, giving you the chance to get up close and personal with the people who prepare your favourite food.
  2. Restaurants
    Visit Mourne is home to countless expert chefs, artisans and restaurateurs. Our local landscape offers unparalleled fishing grounds, farmlands and fresh produce. The region is heaven for foodies of all tastes from around the world.
  3. Couple dining outside at Carrick Cottage Café in Annalong, County Down
    Visit Mourne’s cafes and coffee shops offer comfortable settings to catch up with friends and family, or relax and refuel after a hard day in the mountains. Whether you’re looking for a traditional afternoon tea, or an ultra modern flat white, you’ll find the perfect spot amongst the Mourne Mountains.
  4. Group of women enjoying a drink and some traditional music at Denvir's Inn in Downpatrick, County Down
    Enjoy Visit Mourne’s famous local hospitality in one of our many pubs. From the traditional to the ultra-modern, our bars offer a warm and friendly welcome to residents and visitors alike. Sample some local brews and while the night away in comfort and style.
  5. Neary Nogs Chocolate bags pictured on display at Newry Twlight Market
    Visit Mourne hosts a rich talent of producers, artisans, bakers, brewers and more. Expert makers can be found in every town and village, creating delights for the senses from locally sourced ingredients. Our food markets are the perfect chance to meet these masters in person, and learn the stories behind your food.
  6. Breweries & Distilleries
    Visit Mourne is at the heart of independent confectionary, brewing and distillation in Northern Ireland. Whether you’re a dedicated craft beer lover, or you just have a bit of a sweet tooth, our local producers have something to suit every taste.
  7. Image of a woman sitting outside Carrick Cottage Cafe with a dog.
    For many of us, our four legged friends are part of the family. In Visit Mourne, there are countless bars, restaurants and cafes which will extend a warm welcome to human guests and canines alike.
  8. A couple enjoying tea and cake at Carrick Cottage Cafe in Annalong, County Down.

    The Northern Irish are among the biggest tea drinkers in the world and there’s nothing better than a nice cuppa after a day out in Visit Mourne. We are still big fans of the age-old afternoon tea tradition around here and there are plenty of places that do it with style, fanfare and lots and lots of sweet and savoury treats.

    16 Apr 2021
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  1. The state of the art Mourne Seafood Cookery School offers a range of cookery courses and demonstrations on local seafood.
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  2. Whitewater Brewery established in 1996 brewing award winning craft beers. With our new purpose-built production site, Whitewater Brewery now welcomes visitors to hear about our journey and taste some of our award-winning beers.
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  3. Killowen Distillery is seated in the heart of the Mournes in County Down where horizons are framed by sweeping hills that slope gently into the sea.
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  4. This is a fully guided cycling tour sampling the iconic trails of the Mourne Mountains alongside a select batch of the Mourne Mountains Brewery’s equally iconic ales. You’ll get to experience the very best of the Mournes and their rich heritage.
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