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Cork Hen Do

Surrounded by the stunning Irish countryside, on Ireland's coast, Cork is a hidden gem for a hen do!

12 people
2 Nights
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One of the world's friendliest cities, Cork, is the perfect location for your hen weekend.

There's plenty of great hen weekend activities, Comedy Clubs, Tea Rooms, Dance Workshops and pretty much everything in between. So if you're working to a budget or the hen has specific interests, Cork is perfect for you. You could also try out our Hen Party Makeover so you can look as amazing as you feel!

We also offer plenty of alternative activities for more adventurous hen parties there are group challenge activities like Prison Break This is where you and the girls must work together, solve puzzles and bust yourself out of a real prison. Just don't get caught by the guards, they'll be coming for you!

There's also a Dolphin Tour and everything else you could ever hope for on your hen weekend.

There are dozens of traditional, family-owned pubs to visit, with a real 'home away from home' atmosphere and the friendliest people you're ever likely to meet.

To get things started in the most chilled way we can pick you up from the airport with our Return Airport Transfers and take you directly to your accommodation.

On day one, roll back the clock a couple of hundred years with our Vintage Tea Party. Here you and the girls can enjoy some tea, cakes and sandwiches. All while having a laugh around the table and enjoying each others company.

Spend some time with our specialist makeup artist in the Makeup Workshop, she could really help with the makeup and hairstyling for the Vintage Tea Party. You'll be so pleased with her good work we're sure you'll want the Vintage Photoshoot as well.

If you still have energy, head out in the evening and dance the night away! And if not, we could always organise some kind of dinner reservation for you.

On day two, try our Dolphin Tour, its a perfect activity for a hen who loves nature and also something a little different for a hen weekend. After a long, fulfilling day go down to the Club and have some drinks with the girls.

From Hen Weekend classics like Afternoon Tea, Cocktail Making or Dance Classes to the more unusual Roller Discos or Cheeky Nude Life Drawing Classes, Cork has loads on offer for your hen weekend.

Two great activities that go together are the Vintage Tea Party, alongside the Vintage Photoshoot. Vintage + Vintage only has one outcome. Incredibly Vintage. You can't create such classy memories without capturing them appropriately!

Dolphin Watching is a wonderful activity for a hen who loves nature, just make sure she likes boats too. If a whole day out on the sea is too much for you then don't fear, there is a schedule 45-minute Pub break, you know, just in case...

Other popular hen weekend activities in Cork include Bubble Football, Chocolate Making and Makeup Classes.

When in Rome, do as the Romans do, so when in Cork, do what the Corks do and store some wine inside yourselves! Doesn't have to be wine, it just works for the pun.

Nightlife in Cork really is of a high standard. Its quite chilled out and relaxed so its better for the hen groups who prefer to use to club to dance and laugh rather than rave and craze!

There are plenty of stylish, comfortable Pubs. Of which we can get you entry and free shots via our Bar Crawl!

For the girls who fancy a night in the Club without the Pub Crawl beforehand, why not head over to our Comedy Club for a night of sidesplitting fun? There is a Bar open throughout the show and you get free access to a popular, centrally located Nightclub.

First things first, head to the Pub. You're in Ireland so it would be blasphemous if you don't go.

After a mid-afternoon drink, you could do a little site seeing. There is a huge amount of Castles and historical buildings. If you have a hen who enjoys learning some history and seeing some famous sights why not take her to check out the likes of Carrigadrohid Castle or Blarney Castle?

There are plenty of places to shop in Cork. Take a trip down to The English Market, opened in 1788, it's one of the world's oldest municipal markets. Artisan bread, fruit, and freshly caught seafood are just some of the specialities on offer.

If you want to bring some souvenirs back for family take a stroll down to Carroll's Irish Gifts, which has a colossal collection everything Irish.

12 people
2 Nights


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