Your Personal Hen Do Expert
Organising a hen party can be a very stressful business. All our customers get their own personal hen party manager, who will be able to give you advice on what will work best for your group, is on hand to answer any questions you may have, and make sure the party is a complete success.
Edinburgh is the perfect setting for ahen weekend. This fairytale destination is one of Britain’s most beautiful and fascinating cities with more listed buildings than anywhere in the world. It offers a vibrant nightlife scene with countless bars, clubs and restaurants. In fact, Edinburgh has more restaurants per head and pubs per square mile than any other UK city. It’s also home to plenty of unique events and has the most diverse range of outdoor activities in Europe. But Scotland’s capital really springs to life during August when the Edinburgh Fringe Festival takes over the city where new and big-name comedians, musicians and theatre companies showcase their latest material. If you plan ahen do in Edinburgh, you are guaranteed an incredible time.
Summer:Laugh all you want about summer in Scotland but it can get as hot as London and hit 30 degrees. The summer months are the best to explore the capital with the sun staying out until 9pm most evenings meaning more time for Edinburgh’s beer-gardens. Edinburghers love their ‘taps aff’ weather and the Meadows is the place to relax in the Scottish sunshine - just maybe keep an umbrella in your back pocket if you head to any Summer Sessions concerts or the massively popular Fringe in August (where the city’s population more than doubles).
Autumn:Summer is short-lived in Edinburgh and from September temperatures drop back to anything between 8 and 14 degrees. Princes Street Garden’s luscious green views change to fiery reds and burnt oranges, a perfect setting for Guy Fawkes night. Flight prices are at their lowest in autumn as the city relaxes after the Fringe and waits for Christmas celebrations.
Winter:In what feels like Edinburgh’s longest season, the capital comes alive. Christmas markets flood the streets as the city prepares for its legendary Hogmanay parties, and it comes as no surprise for those who visit why the Scottish capital is a top winter destination. Just remember to wear a jacket and keep your fingers crossed for snow - the average temperature in December is just 1 degree.