Hen Parties in Suffolk

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One of the most important, and fun, parts of being a bride-to-be is your hen night… or hen day and night, or even hen weekend! And with more choice then ever when it comes to planning your ‘other’ special day, you’ll have no problem putting together a fabulous hen party with your friends and family in Suffolk.

Swilland Mill

A luxurious treat for your hen party weekend would be the hire of the upmarket and beautifully converted Swilland Mill in the Suffolk countryside just outside of Ipswich. The three fully equipped apartments can be hired out together as one big house sleeping a total of 16. The large dining table seats all of your guests for a delicious hen party dinner, you can also enjoy a glass of champagne in the hot tub or relax and watch a girly movie on the cinema screen. Perfect for a chilled weekend with friends.

Stonham Barns Leisure & Retail Village

Stonham Barns Leisure & Retail Village
Stonham Barns is not only a fantastic wedding venue located in the stunning Suffolk countryside it is also perfect for stag and hen parties, these include golf, foot golf, fishing and hair and beauty packages by Elegant Hair & Beauty.

See Stonham Barns Leisure & Shopping Village to find out more.

Hen Parties in Suffolk

An indulgent Spa Day (or weekend)
Why not book a Spa Day at one of our Suffolk Hotels? You can be pampered, spoilt & cossetted whilst sipping champagne with the gals - what's not to like?

Ufford Park Hotel in Woodbridge offer a selection of pampering treatments and special packages including lunch or dinner. They also offer afternoon tea and have many events on throughout the year from discos to ladies nights. Check out what's on by clicking on the link above.

An exclusive spa break at the Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa is a great way to celebrate your hen weekend in Suffolk. Their package includes a 3-course dinner, bed and breakfast accommodation for each Hen plus complimentary use of the indoor pool, jacuzzi and steam room. Hens can enjoy tailor-made facials and massages, as well as aromatherapy, reflexology, CACI non-surgical face lifts, Indian Head Massage, manicures, pedicures, St. Tropez tanning and waxing.

Here's another great hen party idea for the ultimate daytime spa experience you can’t beat the SK Clinic + Spa in Bury St Edmunds. There are a variety of treatments to choose from as well as regular special offers, seasonal discounts and bespoke packages. We love the ‘Hens & Me’ package, which includes an express facial, SK 30-minute signature massage, full body polish and express manicure for just £95 per hen (120mins total treatment time)

sk clinic

A girly sports-fest!

High Lodge clay

Set amongst 100 acres of Suffolk countryside close to the Suffolk coast, High Lodge Leisure is a sporty hens dream come true. As well as a 50 acre, 9 hole golf course there are two well stocked fishing lakes to choose from, archery lessons and even clay pigeon shooting! High Lodge has a variety of hen packages (based on a minimum of 10 hens) to choose from which combine food and activities, or smaller groups packages can be created on request.

A weekend at the beach
With stretches of beautiful beach famed the world over and a delightful selection of pretty coastal villages to choose from, a Suffolk beach break makes a picture perfect hen weekend. Suffolk's most popular coastal towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold each have a wide selection of bed & breakfasts, hotels and holiday cottages to choose from as well as an endless selection of vintage boutiques to browse in.

Or for a quiet break off the beaten track the delightfully situated The Westleton Crown has tastefully furnished rooms and a delicious menu too. Positioned between Southwold and Aldeburgh you can explore both towns easily, and then retreat to the Crown for a first class dinner & relaxing break.

Hen Parties in Suffolk

Planning the perfect Hen Parties in Suffolk? Why not consider:

Afternoon tea and cake
Afternoon tea

What could be more delightful than a traditional afternoon tea in a quintessential Suffolk Country Hall? Originally the brainchild of Duchess of Bedford (Lady-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria), afternoon tea was devised as a solution to what the Duchess believed was an intolerable length of time between luncheon and evening dinner. So we have the Duchess to thank for the sumptuous Afternoon spread which might include a selection of teas, assorted finger sandwiches, scones with cream and preserves, and a selection of cakes, pastries and tartlets.

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