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Just a hop, a skip and a jump away from the capital, Reading is a lively up and coming city offering hen parties a lot to choose from.  It's great for hen parties who are looking for quality and quantity on their last weekend of freedom.

We have some superb packages and some great hen party activities to choose from so you can make your Reading hen party an action-packed adventure or just a chilled out getaway. The Oracle Shopping Centre is littered with bars and restaurants overlooking the river, perfect for some post-shopping drinks!.

After dark, Reading comes alive with countless bars to visit and nightclubs to enjoy. The prominent student population gives them all a young feel, as well as drives down the prices. Our hen parties in Reading are guaranteed to be a hit with the girls.

Reading Hen Party Special Offers
*Half price hen on a group of 15 or more
Hen goes FREE on a group of 20 or more

*Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights’ accommodation and a minimum of one activity or nightlife option
 

Interesting facts about Reading

 
 

POPULATION

145,700 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

20C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

6C 

COST OF A WINE

£4.15

 
Getting around Reading
 
 

Getting around Reading

Most of Reading is easily accessible by foot, the town centre is pretty compact and everything you’d need for a great hen party is within walking distance. The town’s bus service is also an effective way to get around without spending a fortune and enables you to explore a little further afield. Day passes and group saver deals are also available making travelling by bus very cost-effective.

Taxis are available both day and night and can be hailed in the street. The meter should be on but for private hire companies, you should always agree on a price before the journey. Driving in reading is pretty simple and there is ample parking available in both public and private car parks.

What you need to know about nightlife in Reading

Nightlife in Reading
 
 

Nightlife in Reading

Reading is full to the brim of some great little pubs and bars and with such a large student population the town centre comes alive at night, meaning you are sure to have a fantastic hen party with the girls. The bars and pubs in the town centre are a great place to start the night before heading on to one of the clubs in Reading town centre.

Friar Street is one of the most popular nightlife areas in the town and has a brilliant atmosphere after dark. Reading might not be renowned for its nightlife, but the huge student population has created massive demand for big clubs with cheap drinks, so you know you're in for a great night out here.

Learn about eating in Reading

Eating in Reading
 
 

Eating in Reading

There is so much choice when it comes to eating out in Reading. Whatever your tastes and budgets you’re sure to find something you’ll love on your hen party. From Thai to Italian and everything else in between. All across this lively town, you will find fabulous establishments where you and the girls can line your stomachs before hitting the town. Reading is also home to three Subways, three McDonalds and four Burger Kings for when you want to grab something on the go.

Find out how to travel to Reading

Getting to Reading
 
 

Getting to Reading

By Air: Getting to Reading by air couldn’t be easier. You can fly into any London airport and from there either get a direct train or a coach to Reading, or you can hire a car a drive to Reading via the M4 motorway.

By Train: You can reach Reading by train from many different areas in the UK. Services run from Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, London, Manchester, Oxford, Plymouth, Cornwall, Portsmouth, Southampton, Swansea and York. Making travelling to Reading by train really easy. A train to Reading departs several times an hour from London Paddington and takes around 30 minutes. You'll be able to find some great deals on return tickets throughout the year when you book in advance, with fares as low as £15.

By Car: Reading is served by the M4 motorway, with junction 11 the best junction to come off to go to the city centre. Reading is approximately an hour away from London, making it easily accessible to most locations across the UK. Be careful if you're coming during the Reading Festival, though (usually August bank holiday weekend). The city becomes incredibly congested and it can take hours just to get into the city.

Things to see in Reading

Things to see in Reading
 
 

Things to see in Reading

Reading Festival: This awesome festival is held every year towards the end of August, it attracts some of the biggest names in the music industry and thousands flock to the town every single year for the 3 day event.

Reading Abbey Ruins And Fornby Gardens: Scenic gardens and the remains of an abbey that was one of the most important political, historical and religious buildings in England.

Reading Beer And Cider Festival: This fantastic festival runs throughout the month of May, where you can try both locally and nationally brewed beer and cider, for truly educational purposes, of course.

Find out about getting around Reading

Reviews

10 September

5 Star Rating
Absolutely perfect for us. Everything that was arranged was brilliant and the whole weekend was really great value for money!!

15 August

4.5 Star Rating
Lovely weekend.

24 July

4.5 Star Rating
Exactly what we wanted. The whole organisation of the weekend was brilliant, and everything ran really smoothly while we were there!

02 July

5 Star Rating
Excellent!

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