Acacia HQ love Cambridge's laid-back culture, amazing architecture and all the wonderful places to explore for more intrepid hens. It has an array of Hen Party Activities, Hen Weekend Houses, Bars and Restaurants, Things to Do, and a vibrant nightlife to ensure your weekend is really special.
Cambridge caters well for hen parties although as a group it is always best to book & dare we say, fancy dress can exclude you from some of the better places to go out.
...The weekend was absolutely brilliant! We had a great time and the birthday girl enjoyed every minute. The cottage was amazing and all of the activities etc were really good. Everything was so well organised – thank you so much!
What better way is there to explore Cambridge than from the River Cam which works its way past all the famous colleges. Choose from chauffeured punts, ‘Do-it-yourself’ punting or river cruises & whirl away the hours with some great friends.
Cambridge is a compact city with a wonderful choice of shops. From the hustle and bustle of the city’s market in Market Square, the Saturday All Saints Garden Art and Craft market, to an abundance of boutiques and independent shops as well as the Grafton Centre which houses high street brands and is only a short walk from the centre.
A visit to Cambridge wouldn’t be complete without a trip to this spectacular college Chapel which plays a central role in Cambridge University life. Amazing architecture and occasional live music on Saturdays and Sundays add to the appeal. There is a small entrance fee for those outside of Cambridge.
An exciting and stylish venue offering cocktails, fresh food, the finest party music and homemade flavoured vodka!
Located in the heart of Cambridge in an impressive former Victorian Roman Bath building this basement bar offers fantastic cocktails, live music and a wonderful place to relax and enjoy a great night out.
With a welcoming atmosphere and friendly staff this is worth a visit for a meal & drinks.
Great bar offering cocktails & dancing. Located close to the Market Square, Ta Bouche serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and afternoon tea.
There are loads of other great places in Cambridge, let us know what sort of things you like and we can come up with some ideas.
For all you foodies out there this is not to be missed. Local produce, pop-up restaurants, food and wine tasting & cookery lessons all dominate the city centre.
Brass bands and jazz bands play in the parks and open spaces. Entirely free they are great if combined with a picnic and the odd games of rounders! See more
If you love the fair then this magnificent Midsummer Fair has been visiting the city for over 800 years. Prepare yourself for some white knuckles!
3 days of free entertainment.
There is a fast and frequent rail service from London King’s Cross & London Liverpool Street through to Cambridge. There are excellent connections from Scotland & the North via Peterborough, and regional services from Birmingham & the Midlands, East Anglia & the Northwest.
From the South & from London, Cambridge is a short trip up the M11 motorway. From the north, the A1 and M1 link to the A14 dual carriageway straight to the city, and from the east and west, the A14 again takes you to Cambridge.