Your Personal Stag Do Expert
Organising a stag do can be a very stressful business, and if you get it wrong you're going to look like a right chump. All our customers get their own personal stag do 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 stag do is a complete success.
Manage Everything On Your Phone
When you submit an enquiry, we create your own personal stag do area. You can view and edit your event, invite guests, see who paid what and when, get maps, directions and a whole host of other things to make your life simple!
Banksy’s famous mural welcomes you to the Mild Mild West — but a night out in Bristol is anything but tame.
Bristol in a Nutshell
- Craft beer and cider by the barrel
- Docks, boats and bridges soaked in centuries of history
- Enough street art, coffee and live music to make even the biggest hipster drool
Brunel, Banksy and booze. Trailblazing engineers built modern Bristol, the mysterious muralist slathered it in street art, and now, a crop of craft brewers and cider-makers flood the streets with a taste of the West Country — especially the beer barges that line the city’s historic docks.
Work up a thirst running amok in the Gloucestershire countryside with activities like paintball, Zorb football, go-karting, It’s A Knockout-style games, quad biking and axe-throwing before heading to the string of stag-friendly pubs gazing over the harbour. Throw in a crowded calendar of summer events and top-class sporting experiences and you’ve got yourself one of the UK’s top stag do destinations.
Brunel’s SS Great Britain and Clifton Suspension Bridge are Bristol’s two biggest icons (besides perhaps Banksy and Vicky Pollard). But for a city with such history, Bristol is unapologetically modern. Hipsters go gaga for the food stalls around the St Nicholas Market, the quirky cafes around graffiti-caked Stokes Croft, and the harbourside warehouses that have been transformed into trendy bars, cafes and restaurants, backed by the candy-coloured terraces of Clifton across the River Avon. An artsy student scene, a long list of live music venues and Europe’s largest independent shopping strip along Gloucester Road cement Bristol’s reputation as one of England’s coolest getaways. So raise your pint of cider to a gert lush weekend — Bristol promises a scrumpy-swilling stag do for the ages.
From the harbour to the hills, every corner of Bristol oozes cool.
The cobbled alleyways of the city centre aren’t just packed full of historic character — they also hide a treasure trove of taverns and speakeasies beneath their ancient towers and timber-frame buildings. King Street, in particular, is known as the ‘Beermuda Triangle’. Across the shopping quarter, the gay-friendly Old Market is another bohemian neighbourhood close to the centre.
Booze cruise, ahoy. Bristol’s old docks date back 1000 years, housing big-ticket attractions like the SS Great Britain and M Shed on Spike Island, as well as waterfront watering holes where you can sample local craft beer and cider with the city’s colourful Georgian terraces as your backdrop.
The other side of the River Avon is where you’ll find the city’s biggest stadium Ashton Gate, home of Bristol City, the Bristol Bears and Bristol’s biggest summer gigs. Southville also hosts Upfest — Europe’s biggest street art festival, which leaves behind a dazzling alfresco gallery each year — and the Bristol Beer Factory, one of North Street’s many lively venues.
Hipster central, where Banksy’s Mild Mild West mural — the teddy bear chucking a molotov cocktail — looms above Bristol’s best live music pubs, cafes and Jamaican eats. Gloucester Road is the largest independent shopping street in Europe, en route to the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and Bristol Rovers’ Memorial Stadium in the city’s north.
Perched on the hills overlooking the docks, the poshest part of Bristol is home to Brunel’s towering suspension bridge, quaint Georgian streets lined with boutiques and arcades, and most importantly, Coronation Tap — the pub that pours the deadliest cider in the west.