Top 10 Hen Ireland Destinations Staycation

Top 10 Hen Ireland Destinations Staycation

A hen night or hen party is something that you will want to recall on as a fond and really great memory. The venue is of the utmost importance, customwear has compiled for you 10 of the most visited destinations in Ireland. Of course not everyone will agree with our choices but this article might help those in making a decision in choosing their perfect getaway. This list are in no way of any particular order and are merely suggestions for you and your friends to deliberate on.

  1. Kenmare Co. Kerry
  2. Westport Co. Mayo
  3. Kinsale Co. Cork
  4. Killarney Co. Kerry
  5. Kilkenny City
  6. Galway City
  7. Clifden Co. Galway
  8. Clonakilty Co. Cork
  9. Carlingford Co. Louth
  10. Wexford Town

Highlights: Killarney has to be one of those places on earth that is magical with incredible beautiful surroundings of lakes and mountains there are plenty of fun activities to partake on for your party and for the evening you are spoiled for choice of the finest eateries and the best craic pubs in the land. Our recommendation for eats is The PorterHouse Restaurant. If you want to splash out a bit for staying definitely has to be Aghadoe Heights.

Kenmare: Kenmare in Ireland is a haven of tranquillity, gourmet food, superb accommodation, Golf Courses, Riding & Trekking and breathtaking scenery in one of the most natural, unspoiled environments in Europe.

Westport: The town of Westport is located in the West of Ireland and can be accessed by road, rail, bike, sea and near by Ireland West Airport (Knock).  The site of the town offers visitors an opportunity to experience a well maintained urban setting on the banks of the beautiful Carrabawn River in addition to a bustling Quay area on the shores of Clew Bay. The topography and biodiversity of the Westport’s environs provides for spectacular scenery which enables visitors to the area to capture a real sense of our heritage and landscape. The town has won numerous awards which justly reflect the efforts of local community groups.

Kinsale: Originally a medieval fishing port, historic Kinsale (from the Irish, Ceann tSaile – ‘Head of the Sea’) is one of the most picturesque, popular and historic towns on the south west coast of Ireland. Kinsale is in County Cork in the province of Munster and just 25km from Cork City and Cork International Airport, and is the gateway to scenic ‘West Cork’ and the start/finish point of the ‘Wild Atlantic Way,’ the 2,500km coastal journey from Kinsale, Co Cork to Inishowen, Co Donegal.

Carlingford: Whether you are looking for a lively weekend or a quieter mid-week break, Carlingford can offer the individual visitor, families, friends and groups, small and large, a memorable and lasting experience. Excellent accommodation, eating, shopping and many activities are available throughout the year and on every day of week

Kilkenny: Kilkenny City and County is the top heritage and cultural destination in Ireland with an abundance of activities and events throughout the year to tempt you to visit.

Galway: The West of Ireland and in particular County Galway is one of the most unique parts of Ireland for visitors to explore. With barren fields, rugged coastline, stone-walled fields, stark mountain ranges, and vast boglands, the West has some of the richest scenic beauty and natural attractions in Ireland.

Clonakilty: Clonakilty is a multi-award winning, cosmopolitan and friendly seaside town at the heart of West Cork, in the South of Ireland.

Clifden: Clifden has come a long way since its embryonic days in 1812. Today it represents all that is good about life in the west of Ireland, good food, good friends and good craic. Thousands of visitors each year stroll around its streets, sampling the local cuisine, exploring the many local shops and generally relaxing in the very convivial atmosphere for which Clifden is renowned.

Wexford: From undulating countryside to rolling waves, Wexford has it all. Rolling rich green fields that blanket the peaceful idyll of rural Wexford slope gently downwards to a golden coast where the soft sand is in a timeless dance with the Irish Sea. County Wexford has been a tourism mecca for Irish people for well over 130 years now!

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