Who said hen parties were a summertime thing?
If you’re planning an ice-cool winter celebration, GOOD NEWS – there are loads of incredible activities and adventures for you to take on (plus there are some you can’t even do in the summer!!).
Not only are there awesome options on offer, but winter hen parties can even work out cheaper, with accommodation and activities reducing their rates for the off-season – Winner!
So forget the buzz about the run-up to Christmas, the hen party you’re planning is about to blow that out the water.
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Winter Hen Party Ideas UK
Whilst a beach weekend might be out the window, city breaks and cosy retreats are big hitters at this time of year. You’ll find thriving bars, streets decked out in all the Christmas clobber, a load of winter activities to take on, and much more – it’s a certifiable hen party wonderland.
Hot Tub Houses
If there were ever an excuse needed to book up a house with a hot tub, it is definitely a hen weekend in the winter. Escape the cold as you kick back with a glass of something suitably fizzy in the warm bubbling waters and toast the bride in style.
Something you certainly can’t do in the summer is head to a Christmas Market for a mooch about with a warming glass of mulled wine and your best friends in tow. This is an absolute winner, plus most are free to wander around, so it won’t even cost you a penny!
Winter Hen Parties Abroad
The perfect excuse for a little winter sun (or a great chance to try a European Christmas Market), winter hen parties abroad can be just as good as a summertime vacation.
However, the covid pandemic has caused a lot of travel disruptions, so be sure to check out the latest guidance and advice before you book anywhere.
Top 10 Winter Hen Party Ideas
- Dance Classes
- Cocktail Mixing
- Spa/Pamper Sessions
- Afternoon Tea
- Life Drawing
- Escape Game
- Craft Activities
- Butlers in the Buff
- Wine Tasting
- Murder Mystery
What to Wear to a Hen Party in Winter?
We’re not going to treat you like a toddler and tell you to wrap up warm if it’s going to be cold. However, be sure to check the weather in advance and do remember, if you’re heading out on the town in your going out gear, be sure to take a coat and consider getting a taxi to and from the venue to avoid walking about in the cold.