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Sea to Summit

Castlewellan Forest Park, Forest Park View, Castlewellan, County Down, BT31 9BU
Sea to Summit


Join Eithne from Mourne Food Adventures and Vicky from Bike Mourne to experience a unique culinary food adventure and tour. You will experience a guided 3 hour tour at historic Castlewellan Forest Park in the Mourne Area of Outstanding Beauty from the saddle of a user friendly ebike.

Glide through the stunning scenery, starting at the Courtyard where you will sample local foods, fuel up at the Lady Annesley Tea Rooms , dine Al fresco lunch at the Summit , visit the Gardens and gorge on some of Mournes favourite desserts finishing with a live cookery demonstration.


Sea to Summit


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Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Belfast to Castlewellan Forest Park: Take the M1 and leave at Junction 6 . Take 1st exit onto Saintfield Rd/ A49 for 9.2 miles until Ballynahinch. Then follow signs for A24 to Clough and follow for 8.5 miles. Turn right onto A25/Castlewellan Rd for 4.8 miles and follow signs for park on right hand side.

From Dublin: Follow signs for M1 / Belfast , take Newry /A28/Downpatrick/A25 then take 1st exit turn, after 1km turn right onto Turmore Rd, after 2.6km turn left onto A25 and continue for 26km. Follow signs for park on left.

Public Transport Directions

From Belfast: From Europa Bus Centre take 215 to Downpatrick, change to 27a to Newcastle and arrive at Upper Square

From Dublin: From Dublin Busaras take X1 towards Belfast and change at Newry bus centre. In Newry take 240 towards Downpatrick and depart at Upper Square.

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