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Finnebrogue Feasts

Finnebrogue Woods Bushcraft & Wild Cooking, 26 Killyleagh Road, Downpatrick, County Down, BT30 9BL
Dining in the tipi

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At Finnebrogue Woods we have curated a truly unique dining experience that celebrates local seasonal produce cooked over fire, in a wonderfully atmospheric woodland setting. Each feast will be expertly crafted by a guest chef in collaboration with our very own Wild Chef Dan.

As one of our 36 guests, you will enjoy the cosy ambience of our Scandinavian Tipi whilst being able to observe the chefs at work over the fire, before tucking into the resulting deliciousness. Our Finnebrogue Feasts guarantee a warm welcome by the fire and a seasonal foraged tipple, enjoy an array of taste sensations in this truly unique woodland dining experience!

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Adult£80.00 per ticket

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Finnebrogue Woods is located 2 miles outside Downpatrick on the A22

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