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Plymouth Hen Do & Party Activities

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Plymouth Hen Weekend


The seaside city of Plymouth is coming up fast as a hen party weekend destination of repute. with a big amount of university students, you just know the nightlife will be buzzing....

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re is a vast array of bars clubs and restaurants in this great little city you wont be stuck for choice, there are plenty of adrenaline fuelled activities to fill up the day as well as a vibrant nightlife to give the hen party enough talking points for years to come.


History and Culture:


'Surf's Up Dude, Plymouth is making waves!' ' Plymouth is the largest city on England's south coast on England's south coast in the county of Devon. It has one of the world's most glorious natural harbours with a wide selection of beaches and coves. There are plenty of southern beauties to keep an eye on, and a large abundance of bars and activities to choose from too. Plymouth is a well seasoned professional when it comes to staging hen parties.


Nightlife:


There are plenty of pubs and clubs on offer here. The 'Wavehouse' and 'Candy Store' are top venues for thirsty hens to dance and be merry with. 'Dance Academy' is an excellent trance club built in a dated Victorian theatre. Bars around Plymouth's glorious harbour and 'The Plymouth Hoe' are also popular places for any hen party location.


Culture:


When you're down in Plymouth check out 'Tannes Restaurant' where James Tanner is a known T.V chef. Take a tour around 'Black Friars Gin Distillery where a private tasting session is included. Why don't you try your hand at Clay Pigeon Shooting at 'Newham Park'. Plenty of Watersport activity includes surfing, waterskiing, scuba diving.


What Plymouth is Famous For?


Plymouth is famous for Dawn French, Wayne Slap, Sir Francis Drake (Explorer), Sharron Davies (attractive swimmer), Fern Britton and Plymouth Argyle Football Club


How to get to Plymouth:


About 3 and a half hours from London. Take the A5 from Bristol to Exeter, then the Devon Expressway (a38) all the way to Plymouth which takes the same time. Rail services run from London to Plymouth and they take the same line. South Wales, the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland also go direct to Plymouth.


Possible Hen Weekend Activities:


Perfume Making - This is a new craze which all the celebrities are doing it so why not try it yourself! With this fantastic new activity you will be able to learn a few of the secrets of the trade before creating and naming your very own perfume! Let your perfume consultant take you through the different fragrances that you will blend together to make your desired smell. At the end of the session you will come away with a 5ml bottle of your perfume and a nose for the finer scents in life!


Paintballing - Guns, woodland, goodies against the baddies, bullets filled with paint. One of the most popular hen activities. Plymouth hosts one of the best paintball sites in the UK.


Bars and Night Clubs:


From the very best in traditional pubs to contemporary modern stylish bars, Plymouth has it all. Head into the city centre with your hen party and spend an evening in one of the many late night pubs or visit the historic barbican where you can enjoy a traditional pint in any of the Waterfront Bars.


The Berkeley Bar and Grill - Welcome to the Berkeley bar and grill ' where you can experience great food, classic drinks, exceptional service, anything to suit your mood. Located in the bustling rural town of Plymouth. - Noah's Ark Set in the heart of Plymouth city centre, this bar has character, charm, excellent staff and great food and drink. The best value bar, serving the best food for the best customers.


Fareham Inn - The Fareham Inn is a small, friendly and cosy Pub located in Coxside, near Plymouth's Barbican area. It is such a pleasant pub perfect for pooping in for that quiet drink after a long day. - Fisherman's Arms Nicely situated overlooking the Barbican, the Fisherman's Arm is a traditional pub with real ales, a warm and friendly atmosphere and a fantastic restaurant. 


Bar Rakuda - Bar Rakuda is situated in the heart of the Barbican, enjoy a dinner with cocktails and live music outside the seating area.


Admiral McBride - The Admiral MacBride is a traditional English Pub located a stones throw away from the National Marine Aquarium and built upon the original Mayflower Steps from where the Pilgrim fathers set sail for America.


Food and Drink


No matter what your budget or tastes, in Plymouth you will be spoilt for choice. Some of the very best restaurants include the likes of:


The Artillery Tower - Modern British cuisine served in a 1500s military building with exposed stone walls and sea views.


The Village Restaurant - Long-running restaurant with an international menu featuring lots of seafood, with an informal vibe.


Quay 33 - Bright and airy modern venue with harbour views, turning out classic comfort food, grills and pasta.


 

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