Hen Parties

All You Ought To Know About In Hen Parties in Bath

If you’re looking for a hen party location that is steeped in culture, history and founded on relaxation and indulgence, then look no further than the city of Bath in Somerset. This beautiful city has developed and established itself as a centre for culture and tourist attraction. Crowned a World Heritage Site in 1987, Bath continues to pull in the visitors each year, many of whom are hen parties looking for that perfect location where they can celebrate that last weekend of freedom!

How to get there

Bath is only 15 miles from Bristol and closest to the M4 motorway if you’re coming by car. National Express offers bus services from throughout the UK to Bath Bus Station. The main train station is Bath Spa railway station with regular services to London Paddington, Bristol temple Meads, Cardiff Central, as well as further destinations such as Bournemouth and Brighton. If you’re feeling really fancy though you could always reach Bath on a narrow boat and make use of its extensive locks and canals!

Hen Parties Bath activities

There are many things to do on a hen party in Bath, of course you could spend all day relaxing in a spa being treated to facials and foot massages. If you want to tear things up a little you and the girls might be interested in something more energetic like a lesson in cheerleading or burlesque performance. Perhaps you want to awaken your indulgent side and would prefer an afternoon of cocktail making or chocolate making! Whatever you and the girls want, there are plenty of venues in Bath that offer fantastic hen party activities.

What to see and do during the Hen Party celebrations

Bath is a beautiful city to wander round in and take photographs. It’s romantic and historical architecture looks stunning on a clear day and with a number of lovely cafes and restaurants to rest your feet along the way. If you do visit Bath be sure to check out the Royal Crescent which is an impressive curve of 30 Georgian houses designed by the architect John Wood who it was thought was interested in the occult. Nearby is also the Circus, another impressive example of curved Georgian architecture that is certainly worth a picture or two. As well as some stunning architecture, there is also the Thermae Bath Spa which is a modern thermal spa – perfect for relaxing in after a day of walking around the city!

Where to drink after the Hen party

One of the great things about Bath is the many number of pubs evenly distributed around the city centre. West of the High street are a series of parallel streets each with clubs that are out to serve you with best drinks In the city. Clubs like Flan O’Briens on Westgate Street, Sawdust wayside pub which is the same as the O’Neills line of clubs offers nothing but the best drinks in Bath. Crystal Palace pub on Abbey Green right next to the Abbey is also another fantastic place to party for drinks. Quite small and traditional, this is a perfect place to go for drinking spree after the hen party celebrations.