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Valentine Donkey Date

Kinedale Donkeys, 38 Chestnut Road, Ballynahinch, Down, BT24 8JQ
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Step into the heartwarming embrace of "Valentine's Donkey Date Night" at Kinedale Donkeys, Ballynahinch, on the lovable evenings of February 14th and 16th from 19:30 - 22:00. 

Embark on an adorable journey with our sweet donkeys at our heart-melting Ballynahinch farm. Experience the magic of a speed-dating session, where you'll pick your charming donkey companion and take on a delightful obstacle course, forging a bond that'll warm your hearts.

After the giggles and thrills, discover serenity in a cuddly meditation session with our playful pygmy goats, surrounded by the idyllic beauty of our farm.

Before indulging in a love-infused late afternoon tea in our cozy barn, unleash your creativity with themed crafting, adding an extra touch of charm to your day. Share sweet moments and reflections on this extraordinary day with your loved one and our furry friends.

Join us for the sweetest "Valentine's Donkey Date Night," a perfect retreat for couples or friends seeking a sprinkle of magic. Secure your spot for  £27.50 per person, inclusive of all the heartwarming activities, themed crafting, and a scrumptious late afternoon tea. For those aged 16 and above. Let the cuteness overload begin!

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  • On site parking

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Adult£27.50 per ticket

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Travel to Ballynahinch then follow signs for Dromore. Take the third right from the roundabout onto Riverside Road. Take the next left and straight over the crossroads onto Chestnut Road. We are the first yard on the left with white pillared gate.

Public Transport Directions

Get to Ballynahinch by bus, then a taxi for the mile to the farm or walk 40 minutes.

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