Limerick Hen Parties – Top Hen Party Ideas in Limerick and Co Limerick
Organising a Hen Party is something you need to get right from the beginning. There are a lot of locations all over Ireland that offer an ideal setting for your Ladies Night Out. On the other hand few locations offer such a delightful combination of nature trails and city based hen party activities. One hen party destination that has all the key ingredients of a smashing hen party is Limerick. Limerick Hen Parties will be in your memory forever…and will take less of a bite on your credit card bill.
So where to go, what to do and what to see?
Limerick Hen Parties can use Limerick City as a base.
Hen Party Adare
Hen Parties in Adare are for the sporty, nature loving Hens. With amazing gardens in the Adare Manor, and even better spas in the Woodlands and Dunraven Arms Hotel. Indeed, the golden age of Hotel Accommodation is still alive and kicking in this part of the world. Make sure to bring a pair of hiking boots, so that you can enjoy the forest and fairy rings of the area.
Hen Party Bunratty
Bunratty Castle still holds some amazing medieval style feasts. You can forget about your table manners and dig in hands first in the hearty dishes of their Banquets. An added bonus, some of the most famous musicians in the genre perform during these feasts. The staff done medieval garbs, and for The Game of Thrones fans, there are knights and damsel to entertain you with a theatrical performance. You might get an extra bit of entertainment from the numerous American Tourists that frequent such events. Limerick Hen Parties are guaranteed a treat in the Treaty City.
Hen Party Doolin
While Doolin and Miltown Malbay belong to the fascinating West Coast of Claire, their proximity to Limerick allows for day trips to these Atlantic wonders. Get ready for comfy nights by the fireplace with your Henny Companions. Indeed, apart from the amazing coast line of the Atlantic, this area is famous for long Trad Sessions, welcoming locals and wild nature paths.
Hen party West Limerick
Here you can set up your Hen Party Base in Foynes, Tarbert, Glin or any other small villages on the N69. With low prices for accommodation and many attraction within an hours drive from each other, your Hen Party adventure in Limerick is about to begin.
Hen Party Limerick City
Limerick city is fantastic for a night out. Many of the Venues already offer extensive Hen Party Packages. At the same time, you can find some hidden gems where you can have refreshments chats and enjoy a few limericks and haikus. So below are our Top Picks:
Tom Collins\’ Bar: A hideout on Catherine Street, expect a lively crowd of locals and impromptu jamming sessions.
This is a multipurpose venue. Dolan\’s Warehouse is the base for any decent Live Acts that come to Limerick. From the Cranberries to Roisin Murphy and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble. Mick Dolan has been giving a chance to local musicians and has put on stage international act with amazing special effect and a state of art sound system. The Bar itself has amazing gastro pub dishes and a stylish interior.
The Locke Bar: On the canal, with a view of St Mary\’s Cathedral. Here you can relax there and avail of the fine dining restaurant on the top floor.
Katie Daly\’s Bar: Just across from the entrance of King John\’s Castle you can\’t miss it. It is the heart and soul of the old \”Parish\” neighborhood of Limerick. The area is full of historical buildings. Also you will find other local bars where you can get a real feel of the place.
The Milk Market area is full of artisan goodies and fine foods from all the county. But the newly renovated and immaculate Costello\’s will open the doors and arms for any Limerick Hen Parties that want to have their fill of liquor and craic. Run by a famous Limerick Jockey, expect loads of stallions on the walls and a few on the bar stools.
Make sure to bring ‘tackies’ ( Limerick slang for runners) and a pair of stilettos… Oh keep an open mind on your Limerick Hen Party…the city suffers neither fools nor horses.
For Male Strippers and other hush-hush business you can call Ghost-busters 😉