Dog Friendly Tours Portrush
Mar 30 2019 - Sep 14 2019
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Dog Friendly Food tours are a fun, outdoor, walking experience for dog owners.
Dog Friendly Tours are a new fun walking experience for dog owners. No matter what the weather, our four legged friends always need to get out and about and there's no better way to do it together.
The tours are light hearted fun and you will learn about the history of the places you will visit and chat to the locals. There are a host of dog friendly venues and we will cover a distance of approximately 5km.
There are currently two tours available – The Big Woof Tour which includes a bespoke beer tasting, and the Weekend Walkies tour which is available to book at the last minute if you are visiting the area.
Each venue stop on the tour welcomes dogs. The tour price includes food and beverage (Tea/Coffee/Scones/Traybakes/Guinness/Lunch with wine/Local beer/Sweet treats/ Local delicacies/Bandana and dog treats)
The Big Woof Tour is approximately 5km and covered over a 3- 4 hour period with regular stops at our venues. During the tour you will enjoy fresh scones/baked goods with tea/coffee, Guinness, snacks, a light lunch and a fantastic local brewery beer tasting.
The tour will meet at the East Strand Car Park and will start at exactly 10:00 and will end a short distance from the car park along the promenade. At the end of the tour you will be welcome to stay on and enjoy more food, drink and craic if you wish. Your four legged friends will also enjoy a special treat at the end of the tour with plenty of watering holes en route.
The Weekend Walkies Tour covers approximately 5km and will take in 7 Dog Friendly stops. This tour includes, tea/coffee/scones/cakes, Guinness, Lunch and glass of wine, local beer, doggie bandana and doggie treats.
Please call to check availability before booking online. Last minute bookings welcome.
Dates for 2019 include: Saturday 30 March, Saturday 25 May, Saturday 15 June, Saturday 27 July, Saturday 17 August, Saturday 14 September.
Tours are also bookable through Visitor Information Centres.