Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen Of Co. Down Awarded Five-Star Grading By Tourism NI
Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen of Co. Down has been awarded a five-star grading by Tourism NI for its visitor experience.
Located in Killinchy, the traditionally-styled farmhouse kitchen offers a number of experiential packages which give guests the opportunity to take part in food tours of the local area and discover the culinary heritage of Northern Ireland with traditional bread making classes.
"A Fabulous Addition To The Tourism Offering"
In a statement on Tourism NI's website, Tourism NI quality & standards manager Samantha Corr said, "Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen is a fabulous addition to the tourism offering for any visitor wishing to come and explore more of the Co. Down area. Tracey's bread making experience fits perfectly with the vision of Tourism NI and the promotion of our all island food and drink initiative, 'Taste the Island'. The farmhouse is an idyllic location for both international and local visitors to escape from their busy lives and truly relax.
"Tracey's superb hospitality and welcoming environment make this experience so unique. We congratulate Tracey on this wonderful achievement and I would encourage everyone to try Tracey's fantastic food experience."
Meanwhile, Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen proprietor Tracey Jeffery commented, "I'm delighted to receive this five-star grading from Tourism NI and especially pleased to be recognised for something that I truly am passionate about. I love welcoming guests into my cosy and very lived in kitchen. They roll their sleeves up and get stuck into bread making, and they feel a great sense of achievement when their soda bread is ready to eat. I take pride in offering guests a unique taste of what it is really like in this part of Northern Ireland."
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