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Game of Thrones® Door Food Tour

3 Glenara Woods, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT52 3TR
Game of Thrones® Door Food Tour

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In January 2016, storm Gertrude struck the North Coast of Ireland felling two trees from the epic Game of Thrones® filming location known as the Dark Hedges, (or Kingsroad to the people of Westeros).

Glenara Elite Travel offers you a chance to see some of these special pieces of cultural heritage as part of our unique evening tour full of fun, food and merriment. Visiting 4 of the ten locations, our guests will get to sample local cuisine, have the odd tipple or two while having the opportunity to get up close to these wonderful works of art.


Owens - Door 5
First stop is at Owens Bar in Limavady near Downhill Strand or as its known to us Game of Thrones® fans as Dragonstone Beach. Owens bar is home to Door 5 here our guests will be treated to a starter of some local Breads & Oils.

Fullerton Arms - Door 6
Next stop is Fullerton arms located close to Ballintoy Harbour. This beautiful pub is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of the North Antrim Coast Alongside viewing this spectacular door, you will be treated to a Homemade Seafood Chowder and Wheaten Bread.

Gracehill House - Door 7
The next stop on our journey is Gracehill House located beside the now famous Dark Hedges. This stunning location will provide a hearty meaty platter to satisfy any remaining hunger pangs.

Mary McBrides - Door 8
Our last stop of the night is at Mary McBrides in Cushendun. Here Door 8 is on view featuring the events playing out in Braavos. On this final stop guest can relax and top off the many culinary treats they have sampled with a variety of local Cheese, Chutney & a glass of Rathlin Red Ale.

Tour starts 16:30 - 23:00


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  • Prior Booking Required

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  • On site parking

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  • Euros accepted

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  • Family Discount


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