Cambridge Hen Party GuidePosted by Holly Anderson on June 8 2017.
Cambridge Hen Party Guide
Our Cambridge Hen Party Guide will tell you how you can mix culture with a night on the tiles and have cocktails in a remarkable university city. This famous university city is known for its art and culture scenes but what people often don’t know is that it also home to a vibrant nightlife and wonderful shops, not to mention its amazing architecture. It’s the perfect destination for a sophisticated hen do.
Cambridge Hen Party Guide – Shopping
The Grafton Centre is the place to go for your favourite high street names but what makes shopping in Cambridge so unique is it’s myriad little boutiques and thrift stores. Uncover amazing vintage fashion finds in the charity shops along Burleigh and Regent Street, or if you’re a bookworm head to Trinity Street where shops sell best sellers alongside specialist, antique and collectors editions.
Cambridge Hen Party Guide – Eating Out
Embrace the quintessential English-ness of Cambridge by paying a visit to Auntie’s Tea Shop. This quaint little cafe serves up delightful cream teas perfect for girly day trips and vintage themed hen parties. For something a little grander, the famous Midsummer House is one of only ten UK restaurants with two Michelin Stars – definitely worth a visit.
Our Cupcake Decorating Hen Party is perfect if you enjoy a cream tea. You’ll learn the fashionable art of sugar-craft, whilst experimenting with royal icing and beautiful roses to create different styles and get to taste everything you make!
Cambridge Hen Party Guide – Nightlife
Lola Lo’s Tikki Bar and Club is Cambridge’s hottest venue. With a tropical decor theme and an exotic cocktail list to match, hens will love the kitsch little tikki style glasses their cocktails are served in. For more serious clubbing, head to Ballare – Cambridge’s largest club, but get there early because its popularity means it can get pretty busy.
Cambridge Hen Party Guide – Unusual Activities
The Cambridge Corn Exchange has been redeveloped in recent years and now enjoys a reputation of being the arts and culture centre for Cambridge. Exhibiting some incredibly forward thinking artists and some exceptionally modern performances, the Camrbidge Corn Exchange is the place to go if you fancy something doing something a bit different when visiting the city.
Cambridge Hen Party Guide – Entertainment
Cambridge is home to a great selection of music and arts events taking place throughout the year. While the Strawberry Fair and and Midsummer Fair are big draws for the summer, the Festival of Ideas is a contemporary exploration of the arts, humanities and social sciences whic draws crowds to Cambridge every winter. If that seems too much like hard work, head for the canals and enjoy a traditional Cambridge punting trip.
Cambridge Hen Party Guide – R & R
Located on the edge of the River Cam the Varsity Hotel and Spa is a hotspot for luxury seekers on the hunt for a bit of pampering. Take advantage of their indulgent spa packages and experience some of their best treatments for bargain prices. If you fancy being pampered on your hen party, try one of our Pre-hen Party Makeup parties.
For further information to help you plan your Cambridge hen party why not try the Visit Cambridge website?