UK Hen Night Destinations

Have you considered where abouts in the UK you’d like to go for your hen weekend shenanigans? Luckily our green and pleasant land is home to a wide variety of cities which can offer you and your fellow hens a great night out no matter what you’re on the lookout for.

 

From cultural getaways, relaxing in the historic cities of Bath or York, a typical British weekend by the seaside in Brighton or Blackpool or even the fantastic shopping opportunities and café culture of London and Manchester - we’ve got the Best of British on offer for you to choose from to keep everyone in your group happy.

 

All of our UK hen destinations come with a whole host of activities and experiences for you to enjoy, so if you aren’t busy sightseeing or indulging in the local delicacies, we can tailor make you a package so you can make the most of your time and don’t have to wander around willy-nilly.

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The world's first ever postmark stamp was signed, sealed and delivered from Bath to Peckham on May 2nd 1840... making it a 'first class' hen destination! ...click for more information

Bath

George and Richard Cadbury first started producing tea and drinking chocolate in Bull Street in 1824, before moving down the road to Bournville in 1879 where Dairy Milk was eventually launched in 1905! ...click for more information

Birmingham

There are over 90,000 holiday beds in Blackpool, and on a typical night during the peak season, there are over 25,000 theatre seats for sale. The Syndicate is also the Biggest Nightclub in the UK with a capacity of 5,000. ...click for more information

Blackpool

The covers for both the Beatles' second album With the Beatles in 1963 and Oasis' 1998 hit single All Around the World were photographed on the golden sands of Bournemouth beach. ...click for more information

Bournemouth

Swedish pop stars Abba won the Eurovision song content in 1974 by performing Waterloo at the Brighton Dome. More impressive was somehow the UK managed to finish 4th!

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Brighton

Bristol is said to be the birthplace of two of the UK's most notoriously hideous characters - with both the scary Blackbeard pirate and the even scarier Vicky Pollard off Little Britain! ...click for more information

Bristol

According to old folklore, Cambridge University started life in 1209 when a fed up bunch of Oxford students fled the city and escaped the hostile townspeople - setting up a rival to both the studies and of course the rowing clubs! ...click for more information

Cambridge

Children's favourite author Roald Dahl was born to Norwegian parents in the historical city of Cardiff in 1916, and the Oval Basin was renamed in his honour during 2002. ...click for more information

Cardiff

Whether it was Alexander Graham Bell, Elisha Gray or any of the other brainy boffins up in the Scottish Capital City around around the era, 1876 saw the invention of the telephone on Edinburgh soils. ...click for more information

Edinburgh

Harry Ramsdens in Leeds is not only the planet's largest fish & chip shop, but it's also a world record holder too - with 10,000 empty bellies filled in just one day! ...click for more information

Leeds

The Guinness Book of Records named Liverpool the World Capital of Pop due to the city producing more No. 1 acts than any other city. The Beatles, Elvis Costello, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and the Sugababes - the list is endless! ...click for more information

Liverpool

The London Eye has 32 pods - one for every borough in the city. From inside one, the fantastic view of capital city spans the world's favourite Art Museum, Europe's busiest shopping street - and Wembley Stadium - England's premier sporting venue. ...click for more information

London

Manchester is home to ITV franchise Granada Studios, which produces both the local news and weather for the region and the world's oldest & most watched TV soap opera - Coronation Street. ...click for more information

Manchester

Athlete's favourite legal boost Lucozade was created in Newcastle as a source of energy medicine for recovering patients, and first hit hospitable shelves as 'Glucozade' before dropping the G (in a non-gangsta way) in 1929. ...click for more information

Newcastle

Home to the UK's mainstream surfing crowd, the population of Newquay rises from around 22,000 to over 100,000 during the most popular wave riding seasons and the core competitions! ...click for more information

Newquay

With an annual goose festival that started life back in 1284 and the world's smallest cinema housing just 22 seats, the city of Nottingham is all about the entertainment! ...click for more information

Nottingham

Apparently the spookiest city inside this island's shores, with a recent survey claiming over 500 ghosts haunt the area - while archaeologists have yet to find the Roman amphitheatre they are certain exists here. ...click for more information

York


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