Bath hen weekend destination, cottages and activities

Bath Hen Weekends

We love Bath! Being so close to Acacia HQ we have oodles of local knowledge to help you get the best out of your weekend.

Not only is it a beautiful, hen-friendly, Georgian city but it also has a huge array of Hen Party Activities, Hen Weekend Houses, Bars and Restaurants, Things to Do, as well as a buzzing nightlife housed in ancient buildings offering a vibe which is quite unique.
With so much to do, you'll be spoiled for choice. 

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If the bride-to-be is obsessed with Bridgerton, then Bath is the place to be. Our knowledgeable guide will take you on a whistlestop tour of all the key Bridgerton filming locations ending on the long driveway to Lady Danbury’s house. Immerse yourself in Georgian and Regency history and test your knowledge of what was filmed where.

Sit back, glass of prosecco in hand and enjoy cruising along the river in a 1960’s river cruiser taking in Bath’s key sights such as Bath Abbey and Putney Bridge. This 50 minute tour of the city is sure to delight the bride-to-be and provide the hen group with such a memorable experience.

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Popular Bath Hen Party Houses

From Country Houses to City Apartments, we have lots of hen party houses in and around Bath. A huge range come with extras such as hot tubs, pools and tennis courts to add a little extra fun to your special weekend.

...We all had a fantastic weekend in Bath - I saw Katherine on Saturday and she was telling us all how much she enjoyed every part of the weekend.

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Things to do in Bath


Bath Thermae Spa

In the heart of the City lies the award winning Natural Spa where you can relax in the mineral rich waters. Enjoy the indoor pool or the spectacular open-air roof top pool which has panoramic views over the city.
Tip: booking in advance is essential as it gets very busy. They do not accept groups larger than 12.

Bath Punting & Boat Trips

Starting from Bath’s beautiful Pulteney Weir you can hire your boat by the hour or day. If that all seems a little too much like effort you can get a chauffeur and simply sit back and relax!

Bath Shopping

A bit of retail therapy never hurts! Bath has a wealth of amazing shops from Jolly’s at the top of Milsom street all the way down to the newly renovated Southgate area with its designer and more ‘purse-forgiving’ brands.

Bath Horse Races

It doesn’t matter if you don’t know the front end of a horse from the back, you will certainly have a lot of fun with a day at the races!

Roman Bath Museum

Founded on natural hot springs this is a rare and wonderful treat. Give yourself about 2-3 hours to enjoy all the delights of this fine religious spa which is hidden beneath the city.

Other great ideas

Cocktail Workshops, Pottery Lessons, Gin Tasting, Afternoon Tea, Meal Out, Comedy Club, Punting, Day at the Races, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Paintballing, Wacky Countryside Games, School Sports Day, Escape the Room, Murder Mystery Events and lots more, just ask for details.

Bath Bars & Restaurants


Sub 13

An award winning cocktail bar with a vibrant atmosphere. Sub13 has a labyrinth of intimate vaults surrounding the main bar area & has a private garden terrace for balmy summer evenings!


A buzzing bar happy to have hen parties, Circo offers a wide range of wines, beers and liquors & a meze / tapas style food menu that utilises locally sourced organic ingredients from the region. Tip: We love the cocktails – try the coconut Mojito, one of Nerys’ favourites!

The Cosy Club

Divided between an art deco inspired bar area with comfortable sofas and great seating to the eclectic mix of reclaimed furniture in the dining area.

Claytons Kitchen

Four storeys of stylishly designed rooms, with a stylish atmosphere offering amazing food, perfect for a sophisticated night of celebrations.

Second Bridge

If you are looking for the authentic night club experience Second Bridge is set in the vaults of the City offering a truly unique experience. With a slightly younger clientele you can dance until your feet are sore!

There are loads of other great places in Bath, let us know what sort of things you like and we can come up with some ideas.

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Bath Events

Feb-March: Bath Literature Festival

Over 200 authors come to Bath to talk about their latest novels and lives. See more…

March-April: Bath Comedy Festival

Have a real laugh enjoying the delights of the comedy festival when Bath hosts a mix of well-known and up and coming comedy performers. See more…

May: Bath International Music Festival

Folk, jazz, classical, world and contemporary music, performed in venues around the city, both indoors and outdoors. Something to look out for is the opening night, ‘Party in the City’, which has completely free events, both indoors and outdoors. See more…

May: Bath Fringe Festival

An eclectic mix of performing acts from around the UK staring across Bath. It covers three weekends in May so try and time your dates to co-inside, you won’t be disappointed! See more…

September: Jane Austen Festival

Take a journey back in time and marvel as Bath’s streets come alive with Regency costumes whilst revellers enjoy the pleasures of the masked balls, walking tours and book readings. You may even find your Mr. Darcy!

October: The Great Bath Feast

For the foodies among you this is a spectacle which will stimulate any taste buds. Local producers, delis, cafes, restaurants and hotels offer tasting, demonstrations and special menus. See more…

December: Bath Christmas Market

In the depths of the City the Christmas Market is set-up in the shadow of Bath Abbey right next to the Roman Baths. There are over 150 wooden chalets selling unique, handcrafted items ideal for the perfect Christmas gift. Simply wander round enjoying a glass of mulled wine whilst listening to the carol singers getting into the festive spirit.

Facts about Bath

  1. The Saracens Head is one of the oldest pubs and was visited by Charles Dickens in 1835
  2. Hollywood blockbusters such as The Duchess, Les Miserables and Jane Austen’s Persuasion have been filmed through the streets.
  3. Bath was home to Jane Austen and even inspired Mary Shelley to finish writing Frankenstein.

Getting to Bath

By Train

The train station is near the Southgate end of the High Street. There are trains from many places around the UK. London to Bath takes approximately an hour and a half.

By Car

From Junction 18, M4. There is a fairly straightforward drive into Bath along the A46; turning right onto the A4 when nearing Bath. A great car park is Queen Charlotte. It is a short walk to the centre and you can park all day long.

For a cheaper route use one of the many park and rides.

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