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Southampton has a bit of everything – you’ve got sandy beaches, luscious green parks and more outdoor drinking establishments than you’ll know what to do with.
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For a hen weekend with something for everyone, get yourself to Southampton.
Hampshire’s loveable old port is a lush green, richly historical city - full of cracking little cafes, smart restaurants and proper pubs and clubs. Just down the M3 from London, Southampton offers hen weekends of substance and quality, allowing all who dock here the chance to sample a bit of unique culture. And, you’ll be visiting a city which launched both the Titanic and Craig David… We’ll leave it up to you to decide which of these proved the most tragic.
Whether you want to spend your days in the shops, galleries, exhibitions, parks, or perhaps engaged in some light-hearted form of activity to break any lingering group ice - you can look forward to an evening bar crawl in a unique mixture of watering holes that swing from ancient and famous to ultra-modern and swanky. With a warmer climate than in most parts of the UK, and a thriving student body to keep the city on its toes – Southampton is buzzing, 24/7.
It’s said that, wherever you are in Southampton, if you turn 360 degrees you will see some form of park or common, and if you add to this the fact that the city’s medieval wall has only York to rival it, you get an idea of what aesthetic delights await you. There is also a whopping art gallery, the famous Zoo, the occasional luxury liner and a busy High Street of smart bars and chic shops to accommodate the requirements of some quarter of a million Sotonians.
For your evening entertainment, we would expect you to frequent one or two establishments on Bedford Place at some point - having a double here and there en route to a club, and an impromptu assault on some unsuspecting dancefloor, whilst the number of understated eateries and hen-friendly restaurants scattered throughout the heart of the city, should make your dining selections. Oh, and if you get time to visit the amazingly beautiful New Forest, you’ll be glad you did. To say it’s breathtaking would be an understatement.
Average Rating from 7 reviews
“It was a really good night. Would recommend to anyone.”
“We did the cocktail making. Such a laugh and great value for money. We all want to do it again.”
“Last night of freedom were brilliant any questions I had were answered within a day. Everyone thought the system for paying was good. The cocktail making was amazing and we may book again even though it's not a hen do. And the hotel was better than we expected. Brilliant service all round thanks”
Emma Marsh 19/06/2012
“Very enjoyable hotel was lovely the activities we did were very well organised.”
“I had a brilliant weekend!”
“The evening was brilliant, pole performers were fabulous, i would recommend them to anyone. Only disappointment was the venue changing at very late notice and i had already arranged the rest of the evening aroung the original venue. Only took a few calls to rectify though and so not disasterous.”
“Organisation and help from last night of freedom was great.
Restaurant wasn't very busy so there wasn't much of an atmosphere - would have been better somewhere busier. Food was fine.
Services at the health spa were good.
Comedy club was good and well organised/set up for big groups.
Club wasn't so good! Would have been better to stay at comedy club.”