Offering brides the chance for an alternative send off, hen party package company, GoHen, has just launched a brand-new festival-themed bundle in Cheltenham.
With glamping becoming increasingly popular among fun-loving bridal parties, GoHen has created Hen- Fest, a package designed for an effortless weekend of outdoorsy fun.
Boasting glamping with all the luxury finishing touches, Hen-Fest promises each bridal party exclusive use of the venue, with a two-night stay in luxury yurts, electric showers, wood-burning stoves and even a Butler in the Buff.
To complete the full festival theme, the budding bride and her hens can also enjoy live music and tuck into a delicious meal prepared by their very own personal chef.
The package includes plenty of nostalgic fun with sports day-themed activities including a relay race, a wheelbarrow race and of course, a glass of bubbly for the winning team.
What’s more, brides looking to go all out can opt for added extras including a private hot tub, mobile pamper party and even dance classes.
Speaking about the exciting new hen package, head of events at GoHen, Poppy Ratcliffe said: ‘We really wanted to bring something new and fun to the festival season. So many hen parties are opting to go glamping and telling us about their festival themed weddings we thought we’d combine the two.’
The Hen-Fest packages start from £199 per person. For more information, call GoHen on (01225) 474200.
Wednesday 10 May 2017
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