LNOF Guide to Brighton
Expect the very best of hen weekends with a celebratory trip to Brighton.
This coastal gem's reputation is second to none, offering everything a hen party could possibly dream of. Be it a chilled out meal in a smart restaurant, a silly hour on the pier, or a full-on riot of cheesy tunes and delicious cocktails – this town is where you need to be.
Brighton’s ethos involves getting a group of friends together for a natter, a bite to eat, a few drinks and a good old boogie. Hen weekends in Brighton provide many bustling establishments, with ample choice in how to take care of all four - whilst also having the added advantage of being within a handy distance of London’s airports and train links. And, it’s a fair bit warmer than most other UK locations…
Brighton is so warm, you feel like you're abroad. Then again, I'm from Newcastle, so anywhere above 4°C feels balmy...
The town is full of the kind of cultural vitality that only comes through time and experience. This seaside haven is filled with interesting things to see and do - from the Royal Pavilion with its exotic, colourful history, to the irresistible, indulgent cafe culture, and the wealth of clothing, shoe and craft shops to test your spending will-power to the max.
You've got the experimental theatre, live comedy sets galore and a procession of quirky or slinky bars and restaurants to suit all types, tastes and demands. It also caters for cheese well and truly - so for all of you who think that a night out is only a classic if "Love Shack" is played against a backdrop of lippy-encrusted Diamond White bottles – you’re not alone. Brighton hen weekends rock, and only seem to get better with age. Take away the uncertainty involved in planning a hen weekend abroad, and flock to the beautiful South coast instead.