NOT REALLY THAT NORTH
Nestled in a curve on the River Nene and the largest town in the UK, Northampton is a great location to have your hen party. Northampton became an industrialised area specialising in making leather after it was destroyed by a fire during the middle ages. Today, Northampton is a town for everything, offering both chilled and thriving settings depending on what you want. There is a superb nightlife scene, stunning location and great experience to shop and reached easily via many transport links throughout the country with it being a central location in the country. Whatever you fancy doing, Northampton is open to you. So, grab the girls and party like it’s the last day on Earth!
Kingswell Street and Bridge Street and the areas around here are the place to be if you’re ready to drink a classic cocktail or cradle a bottle of bubbly. Bars, clubs and restaurants flood this area and you’re guaranteed be met with a friendly service anywhere you go and an abundance of choice to suit even the pickiest of eaters. Whether you choose to takeaway a Chinese and sit outside at Abingdon Park or decide to have a sophisticated meal at the fancy La Terraza, Northampton is a brilliant to pleasure your taste buds. If you like quirky and unusual places to eat out, then try some of the more eccentric outlets like The Church, an old church renovated to accommodate a high-end restaurant with a purely unique and unconventional atmosphere. Pay a visit to Fever or NB’s and dance the night away in class. Northampton has what you need to have a fantastic and unforgettable hen party.
LET THE ROADS BE YOUR GUIDE
Northampton is the largest town in Britain and is very spaced out so walking from different destinations might be too tiring for most people. We recommend you hire a car, hail a taxi or catch a bus to wherever you want to go. The M1 runs right past Northampton linking the town to London to the south and Leeds to its north, so if the M1 motorway is close to where you live then it could be suitable for you to travel there by car. Northampton with its central location in the country is beneficial in travel arrangements with links coming from all directions via train and roads. There are no airports close to the town unfortunately if you were hoping to fly. Northampton’s trains come and go to major destinations like London, Birmingham and Milton Keynes.
BUSY TOWN, QUIET COUNTRY
The area around the town, Northamptonshire, is a stunning county of fields, hills, forests and rivers with plenty to do. The landscape is littered with small picturesque to have a look around in. and would be a great opportunity to go for a walk and stretch your legs after a mad night out. To help overcome that dreadful hangover! If you don’t fancy walking through the incredible Northamptonshire countryside, you can always go and have an action-packed day of paintball, create your very own perfume, pizza or cocktail with a friendly and professional class.
You could even go and train with ex-soldiers with British Military Fitness at Abingdon park. If you want to go for a bit of sightseeing, then it’s good to know that Northampton has many marvellous buildings like the Holy Sepulchre and Express Lift tower. Northampton is relatively spread out, so walking to get around may result in an unneeded, tiring and aching walk so hail a taxi or catch a bus instead to get where you’re wanting to go. Towcaster racecourse hosts greyhound racing if you’re feeling traditional. Consider Northampton as a perfect get away for a hen party and reap the rewards the town has to offer.