Newquay Hen Party GuidePosted by Alec on November 6 2013.
Newquay Hen Party Guide
Our Newquay Hen Party Guide is the perfect starting point if you’re planning a hen weekend full of action packed adventures and unforgettable nights out!
Newquay is the ideal location for a hen weekend away if you are looking to do something out of the norm. Many hen parties are drawn to Newquay in the Summer months for its good climate and to catch some waves! That’s right, Newquay is notoriously one of the best spots in the UK to surf, either as a beginner or as an expert. Check out everything that we do in Newquay before you head down to ensure that you get the best hen weekend possible.
Newquay Hen Party Guide – Shopping
Not many visit Newquay ultimately for the shopping, but with such an array of one of a kind surf shops you won’t be able to resist! Fat Willy’s is the most notably surf shop in Newquay and is known for its kooky beachwear nationwide.
If you are looking to bring gifts home then there are tonnes of beach shops selling gifts and unique ornaments that you’re family and friends will love. If you are looking to buy the bride-to-be a wedding gift then why not take a look for something in Newquay to remind her of the time of her life on her hen weekend!
Newquay Hen Party Guide – Eating Out
Kahuna restaurant may be difficult to find as it is actually on the beach but once you come across you will be glad for the hunt! Not only does it boast one of the best seafood chowders, amongst other seafood delights, but it plays host to one of the best views in Newquay. This is the perfect place to enjoy dinner whilst watching the evening surf.
The fresh produce sourced locally is what makes dining in Newquay so pleasurable. There really is something for everyone – even the most fussy hen!
Newquay Hen Party Guide – Night-life
Newquay is flooded with stag and hen parties every year because of its fantastic night-life. Many students find themselves in Newquay too because of excellent drink prices and a good amount of clubs. You will find the usual spots that are hit by tourists such as Wethersoons, Belushis and Walkabouts, but if you want to go where the locals drink and dance then The Sailor’s Arms is the only place for it. With two floors of different music you will be able to get down with your friends to the fabulous DJs.
The Koola bar, which is next door and owned by Polestars good friends at the Chy Bar, is another fantastic retreat on a night out. As it is close to the beach you can enjoy views from the upstairs terrace whilst listening to some great music.
Newquay Hen Party Guide – Unforgettable Activities
Depending on what time of year you visit Newquay there is lots to do. You can take part in one of our Surf lessons during the summer when there are also plenty of music festivals and concerts going on. You will also find an abundance of theatres, cinemas and gig venues that will showcase some upcoming acts that will tie your weekend together nicely.
Newquay Hen Party Guide – R&R
Of course the beach is the ultimate place to head for a relaxing weekend. Personally, I could spend days on Newquay beach without a care in the world – and if you are looking for a relaxing hen weekend away this is the perfect location for you too! If all of that dozing on the surf gets too much for you though why not head over to Chy Bar for a Polestars Burlesque Class? That way you won’t be doing anything to strenuous with this sexy dance, but you will get to learn some new tricks!