Organise an Unforgettable Newquay Hen Party
Organising a Newquay hen party has long been a tradition and this small but explosive party town has built a reputation as a world renowned destination for brides to be. There’s something for every type of group ranging from surf lessons, BBQs on the beach, daytime spa packages, pampering and wine tasting, to crazy nights out with VIP queue jumps for the clubs and shots all round. You’ll find what you are looking for in Newquay.
Common daytime activities chosen by hen parties include go-karts, kite surfing, paintball, golf, surfing, cocktail making and a whole range of other sporting activities. There are countless pampering options with luxury spas and then, of course, there is the famous Newquay night life to look forward to!
As the UK’s party capital, Newquay has an almost endless supply of fun things for your party. With several clubs, many many pubs, a whole range of luxury spas overlooking the famous beaches. Or maybe you want something more active, such as surf lessons or quad biking. Newquay has it all. Newquay is famous for its surfing beaches but it also plays host to several massive festivals such as the famous Boardmasters, and the nightclubs have regular visits from many big-name DJs.
Newquay Hen Party Ideas
Newquay is packed full of hen party activities for even the most adventurous hen groups. Activities range from relaxing spa treatments, wine tasting and beach BBQs to more exciting activities like surf lessons and quad-biking.
Here are some of the most popular activities on offer for hens in Newquay. Activities can be booked directly with Viator, a TripAdvisor company.
Accommodation Options for your Hen Weekend
Newquay hotels are generally geared up for taking large groups but many places are known to refuse hen parties due to their noisy reputation. We’ve spotlighted a few options below who will happily welcome your party with open arms.
Oceanside Lifestyle Hotel (8.4/10)
Highly rated accommodation near to the Headland Hotel and the famous Fistral Beach.
The Kilbirnie Hotel (7.8/10)
One of Newquay’s main large hotels. Walking distance to Lusty glaze, Tolcarne and Great Western beaches. Right on the edge of town so it’s easy to walk in and out without the need for a taxi.
Godolphin Arms Hotel (7.5/10)
A few mins drive from town centre. Includes on-premises bar and full english breakfast. Perfect!
Newquay Beach Hotel (8.1/10)
In the centre of town, a stones throw away from the bars and clubs with just a short walk down to Towan beach.
See our accommodation guide page for more options, including self catering rentals, holiday cottages and dedicated party houses.