LNOF Guide to Sheffield
With a deservedly big reputation for hard partying, the Yorkshire city of steel, Sheffield, has all the essential shopping, eating and drinking credentials that you’d want in a busy hen weekend location. Its people are warm and conversational, and its shops are bustling, and its bars and clubs are varied and colourful. The very centre of the city is a largely-pedestrianised succession of well-populated pubs, including the student-laden boozers on Ecclesall Road and a minimalist bar or two on Glossop Road or Devonshire Street. Though rest assured that there are plenty of quality drinking establishments, restaurants and clubs spread out across the rest of the city, to make your Sheffield hen weekend extremely worthwhile no matter which course you plot.
What you’re looking at is a modern, proud, bustling city that grafts hard but plays much harder. If you think your cast of hen revellers can cut the mustard, and you fancy combining a few of these elements into a memorable event cocktail, give us a call and let’s see how full a monty you’re capable of. The city of steel has added a substantial dose of culture to its armoury over the last few years, giving you the choices that any modern metropolis worth its salt ought to.
You need only look to the funky Forum shopping options to see that the locals have a passion for more than just getting off their drunken faces. You’ve got clubs with massive reputations on offer, a gorgeous set of historical gardens and an impressive Cathedral sat in the heart of things.
There’s also the handy fact that Sheffield is an easy city to get to from wherever you start out in the UK. Whilst other cities might spring to mind ahead of this one when you sit down to plan, if you’re looking for a top time without any hassle, good value dining and drinking, and a location that ticks all of those essential boxes - you may just be glad you plumped for a hen weekend in Sheffield.