It's time for a hen party in Cork!
Irish hospitality is well renowned all over the world and you'll see no better example than in the pubs, clubs, bars and even on the streets of this beautiful city. Locals are incredibly friendly and welcoming and with fantastic hen party activities like horse riding, paintball, quad biking and climbing to try out in the daytime, you really are on to a winner! In the evening, sampling the best of Ireland in the city's buzzing bars, clubs and restaurants is simple when your central accommodation lies just moments away from the main drag and best of all. Our dedicated Event Managers will be with you every step of the way, keeping your Cork hen weekend 100% stress free!
Why: Reasons to celebrate a Cork hen party
South-West Ireland provides a striking setting for your Cork hen weekend, with a great coastline, excellent activities and a cheerful nightlife all rolled into one. It's also home to Europe's biggest jazz festival, which attracts a crowd of 10,000 people, and for some retail therapy the Mahon Shopping Centre has more than enough retail space to keep you entertained. As well as this, our activities are fantastic, ranging from popular cocktail mixing to high tempo pole dancing plus nightlife options like high-rolling casino experiences and fun murder mystery evenings to keep everybody smiling for the whole day!
Cork is a real favourite and that's mostly due to the fantastic range of activities on offer when you visit. Whether you're after something really relaxing with a decadent pampering day or yummy wine tasting session or if adrenaline-packed go karting, paintballing and quad biking are more your thing, we've got it covered! With simplicity in mind, we've put our years of experience to good use by sourcing some cracking hen activities, and top hen do accommodation in Cork.
Shop: Cork shopping areas & recommendations
Cork's got a great mix of high street stores and smaller independent shops, with several shopping districts answering to all of your retail needs! Patrick Street and Princes Street are the two main areas, with Patrick Street being Cork's longest shopping street and Princes Street providing access to the English Market. Cork's English Market has been running since the 1700's and is one of the oldest markets of its kind, with a fantastic selection of stalls selling everything from meat and fish to soaps and Champagne! Perfect for a wander on your Cork hen party and bagging a couple of souvenirs. Cornmarket Street has a long history of street trading and here you'll find St Peter's Market with lively bars, restaurants and shopping units.