Hen party How To guide in Bristol!
This is a simple guide for hens who don’t know Bristol, hens who do know Bristol but want to try something different and others who simply want the hard work done for them. It is a compilation based on various fun ways to enjoy Bristol and your special day before the special day!
A day is only as good as your breakfast and the Source Café in the old part of Bristol is the right way to start. Centrally located, the food is delicious and the staff friendly, a real Bristol gem!
Or perhaps a morning session at the Lido, a refreshing swim and a one hour treatment, the calm before the dancing storm.
Or if you fancy a sportier edge on a beautiful summer’s day, you and your hens could set off on rented vintage bikes for a tour around the city, wizzo!
Lunch time is a very important time and there is no better place to enjoy it but the beautiful Primrose café in Clifton that is unique, affordable and delicious. It represents Clifton through and through in its decorative interior and quirkiness.
Though if you are more inclined for a sugar rush combined with icing decorating and a cheeky prosecco on the side, Kim Compton’s Sugar Masterclass is the way forward. As vibrant as her cakes, it is guaranteed to set a happy precedent to the day!
Or perhaps a pole dancing class with Spin City to get you in the mood for a boogie later in the night?
And what can be said about dinner? Racks, our wonderful gastro pub, with a variety of wine, gin, and your resident’s discount, don’t forget...
Amoeba bar in Clifton, with its funky décor and delicious cocktail is a definite pit stop, and with a group over 20, you automatically get a free bottle of Prosecco!
Or if you fancy a bigger venue spanning over 2 floors and a roof top terrace, with great music and a great crowd, The Big Chill is the place to end the night in.
So hens, this is your guide for now, but we can tailor it to your liking, we’ll provide the accommodation and suggestions and all you’ll have to do is show up!
Posted on:: 12 June 2014 | Posted by:: Phae