Hen Party Houses in Liverpool
Host the perfect weekend in one of the UK’s top party destinations
This glam home in the heart of Liverpool is everything you could need for your scouse break. Just wait until you see the dressing table! With neutral vibes and crushed velvet, we’re sure this party pad won’t disappoint for a girly weekend.
With enough kitchen seating to rival a bar and bedrooms sleeping up to 6 (we’re serious), these apartments are ideal for smaller hen parties looking to let their hair down. In fact, the kitchen was made for a naked butler appearance…
This house is giving us serious decor envy. Just how does everything look so good?! With plenty of space for antics and a fully-stocked bar, this place certainly knows how to throw a party. Oh and there’s a tiki bar too.
Liverpool Manor House
This property wouldn’t look out of place in Kensington. It’s spacious, immaculate and great for parties. The house is located on a prestigious street in the centre of Liverpool.
Sleeps up to 40
Liverpool Quarter Apartments
Ladies, we challenge you to find us a location better for pre-drinks in Liverpool than this one? When you’re not partying downstairs, enjoy the luxury bathrooms, comfy beds and sheepskin chair. That’s where we’ll be.
Glitter Street Hideaway
Okay so it might not be glittery but it does have lots of space, a great socialising area and a luxury bathtub ideal for the morning after the night before. Plus, its central location means you’re never too far from the party.
An understated cost-effective apartment in a fantastic central location. Recently refurbished and enough room for 18, you’ll find it hard to beat on convenience & cost.
Looking for the ultimate hen party house with the perfect amount of coolness? This is it. Think exposed brickwork, fantastic decor and a city centre location that will rival anything else out of there. And girls, we’ve never loved a lamp so much.
This place will give you all of the VIP feels with an amazing open lounge area perfect for hosting a party before heading into town. The breathtaking building is located right in the centre of Liverpool at the entrance to the historic Cavern Quarter.
INTRODUCTION TO LIVERPOOL
Famed for its nightlife and party hotspots, Liverpool is the perfect choice if you want a hen weekend to remember. Previously a UNESCO European Capital of Culture, this northern city has a lot going on. And, it’s the city that keeps on giving – with a wide range of activities, bars and restaurants, live music and sights to see. Whatever time of year you’ve planned your hen party, Liverpool won’t disappoint.
HOW TO GET TO LIVERPOOL
Easily accessible from all northern cities, Liverpool is a fantastic choice if you’ve got hens hailing from all over. Those from London need not worry either as a train from Euston to Liverpool Lime Street takes just over two hours – the perfect amount of time to enjoy some fizz. Once there, the city might not have a tram or underground network but buses and taxis are all you need. There’s also the ferry if you want to push all the stops out…
BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN LIVERPOOL FOR HEN GROUPS
The Baltic Triangle
Liverpool’s very own up and coming area, the infamous Baltic Triangle has slowly transformed as one of the best places to go. Here, you’ll find trendy hangouts, cute bistros and pop-up venues. At the weekend, this area turns into the hub of care-free partying. It’s the ideal place to unwind after a busy day.
Previously named the 4th hippest street in the UK, Seel Street is one of the most popular areas for nightlife. And you’ll be pleased to know that many of the bars and restaurants here are all within walking distance. Start off at Alma de Cuba before heading to the Merchant. With a huge selection of craft gin, you certainly won’t get bored. And when it’s time for bed, hop in a taxi or use the night bus.
It’s mad to think that a city as busy as Liverpool can also harbour a magical waterfront – but Liverpool continues to surprise us. Head here in the day and (hopefully) catch some rays while taking in the stunning views. In the evening, this area really comes alive. Peruse the stylish selection of places to go – from sleek cocktail bars to craft beer huts, there’s something for everyone.
Food & Restaurants
No hen party is complete without delicious food, and Manchester certainly does it well. There’s always new places popping up, and from Indian to Greek and American to Mexican, you won’t go hungry! As well as the ones we’ve mentioned above, our favourites include: Rosso, El Gato Negro, Grand Pacific, and Gaucho.
BEST HEN GROUP ACTIVITIES THE COTSWOLDS
Nude Life drawing for an arty party
BEST FOR ALL THE GIGGLES
Nude Life drawing puts the art into party with a unique, fun and personal activity for a truly memorable weekend. Available at your own location, or selected venues throughout the city, your session will start with a few games before ending with your bride-to-be posing alongside the naked model. That’s right. You read it correctly…
BEST FOR A LITTLE R&R
What better than treating yourself to a facial or massage – or even both? Liverpool is home to a number of spas, and if we know anything about Liverpudlians, it’s that they know how to treat themselves. Catch up with old friends in the pool and then refuel with a glass of fizz before your evening out…
Hen party wine tasting
BEST FOR VARIED GROUPS
What’s a hen party without wine? Either head to a bar or host your very own DIY wine evening while you’re getting ready. And if you get so sozzled that you don’t make it out, you still had a great night in. Why not include some cheesy nibbles and go all out with a cheese and wine evening?
Pre-theatre cocktails and a musical
BEST FOR A MEMORABLE EVENING
Whether you’ve booked tickets in advance or show up on the night to see what’s left, a theatre performance is always a hit. And it’s often cheaper in the day meaning you’ve got more money to spend on the good stuff. Get your glad rags on and be prepared for a night at the theatre…
An escape room
BEST FOR RELEASING A LITTLE COMPETITION
If you’ve got a large hen group, an escape room is ideal. But it’s also fun for smaller numbers. Break off into teams and see who can escape from the themed room the quickest. The losing team has to get the next round, remember?