Chester Hen Weekend

For classy hen weekends, Chester has a wealth of brilliant shopping experiences, restaurants and bars sure to add something sophisticated to your hen weekend. Jam your weekend with top notch food, dancing until the small hours of the morning or even a bracing walk along the River Dee to clear your heads.

The surrounding area is stunning and opens up opportunities for Paint balling, Land Rover Experience, Quad Bikes, High Ropes, Day at the Races, Clay Shooting, High Ropes or even Alton Towers.

Things to do



If you love to shop, this really is the place to be! Chester comes with an abundance of experiences from undercover shopping centres to a thriving high street full of boutiques and high street favourites. Check out the Grosvenor Centre if you really want to splash the cash!

Chester Race Course

Chester’s race course is the oldest sporting venue to still be operation today. Grab your glad rags and enjoy the odd flutter or two. You never know you may be able to top up your weekend kitty.

River Dee

You’ll never tire of the beautiful walk from the Grosvenor Centre to the River Dee which winds itself through Chester. Amble along the crafted river banks with a picnic or alternatively, if you want to save your legs for your night out dancing, jump on a boat for a short cruise.

Other ideas: Locked-in, Cocktail Workshops, Afternoon Tea, Trampolining, Comedy Clubs, Club Entry

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Bars & Restaurants



A cracking Italian restaurant which gets busy so it’s best to book ahead. Enjoy the bar area for a few tipples before settling into the classic lunch time or evening menu.

Revolution Chester

For an electric, budget friendly evening this place offers great food, cocktails, VIP booths and more. Brilliant for hen parties although it is definitely best to book well in advance.

Sally’s Secret Garden

A little gem of a cake and coffee shop which is perfect for an after shopping break for a small group. Work your way through the shop to the back garden or roof top terrace. The only problem you’ll have, is which cake to choose!


If you’re looking for a large club with cheap drinks to dance the night away try Rosie’s. Alternatively, Cruise offers 6 areas all playing different music.

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

Chester Events


April: Chester Food and Drink Festival

For all you foodies out there. Local produce, pop-up restaurants, food and wine tasting & cookery lessons. Held at Chester Racecourse.

June: Fab Festival

A 3 day music festival and canal festival in Middlewich, Cheshire


  1. Chester’s Rows are unique to Britain. Covered walkways at the first floor in each of the city’s four main streets. They have allowed double level shopping in the town since the 13th Century.
  2. Chester Cathedral is the North West’s most popular tourist attraction.
  3. Daniel Craig was born there – enough said!

Getting to Chester

By Train:

Two hours from London, there are trains from Scotland, Derby, Birmingham and the West Midlands.

By Car:

Main motorway links are via the M6, M56 and M53. It’s an easy place to get to. When there Chester is walk-able although it has a good bus system should you prefer.

Chester Information Site

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