Cushendun Food & Walking Tour
Cushendun, September 28
In one of most endearing villages on the Causeway Coastal Route join your local guide Kevin to appreciate Cushendun, its rolling glens, winding river, its unique village architecture and views just 12 miles to Scotland. Discover local legends, hidden stories in the village, spend time with the locals, stunning scenery and the delicious seasonal local food, just in past the wee door to one of smallest pubs in Ireland.
Approaching Cushendun you may think you have discovered the stunning location of a hidden village of unusual architecture, friendly people and space to explore. Make no mistake, as you take the brown river walk and hear the hidden, often turbulent history of the surrounding hills and glens you really will fall in love with the village you have unearthed. Get a sense of where you are with strong and authentic heritage and local seasonal food prepared by local chefs in the location of one of Irelands smallest pubs. A welcome smile awaits you, even on the riverbank (approach the local nannie with caution!).
10:15 Mary McBrides & The Little Black Door - Start your day in Mary McBride’s with a hot drink and small tasting plate of local traditional breakfast.
10:45 Tour Departs Mary McBride’s with Nine Glens Walking Tours - Local guide Kevin will guide you on a flat level and leisurely walk of Cushendun village, introduce you to local stories, light history of the area and give you a sense of where you are on this northeast coastal bay of Northern Ireland.
12:00Mary McBride’s & The Little Black Door - Join owners Cormac or Fiona in the pub that has several nooks and inviting places to sit, take time to appreciate one of the smallest pubs in Ireland before sitting down to enjoy lunch. Toast The Coast with your tasting plates on offer from the menu and taste local drinks of your choice from Whiskey, Irish Coffee, Gin, Craft Beers or even pull your own pint of Guinness.
A chance to fill your heart with Ireland on your journey and visit along the Causeway Coastal Route.