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Girly Hen Activities in Kilkenny

Have you been tasked with planning your sister or best friend’s special weekend? Hen parties can be stressful, but there’s no need to panic! We’re here to help!

Planning a hen party in Kilkenny city and unsure where to begin activities wise? For the girly hen group, there’s lots of activities in Kilkenny to keep the group entertained. Keep on reading this blog to gain some insightful inspiration.

Floral Workshop

A floral workshop is the ultimate girly hen activity. Unleash your creative side with a floral workshop. Create your very own bouquet or flower crown using fresh and seasonably available flowers. It’s also a great bonding exercise.

Perfume Workshop

Why not try out a perfume workshop as one of your hen activities? This wonderful activity involves making your very own personalised scent. You’ll all be smelling divine for the hen weekend and the wedding. The perfume workshop takes place in the wonderful Valley of Roses in Kilkenny. We promise this activity will not disappoint!

Cocktail Class

You simply cannot go wrong with a traditional cocktail class. Enjoyed by all hens, this activity always goes down a treat. Learn how to make your favourite cocktail, an experienced barman will show you the ropes. A cocktail class gives the ladies in the group who may not know one another a chance to chat and break the ice. It’s 5 o clock somewhere?

Spa Day

Treat yourself and the hen ladies to a full day of being pampered in a spa. We couldn’t think of a better way to spend the day. Choose from a neck massage, back massage, Indian head massage, and many more.

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea is a lovely relaxing activity to plan before the big night of festivities. Enjoy some delicious sandwiches, treats, tea, coffee, or prosecco if you’re feeling fancy. This would be ideal to plan after a spa day!

We hope you got some inspiration. If you need any extra assistance planning your Kilkenny hen, feel free to get in touch with us at Kilkenny Concierge.



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By Eddie O'Dwyer blog