Whether you’re a group of adrenaline junkies or a round of golf followed by wine tasting is more your thing, there is plenty to offer in Lancashire for stag parties.
Whatever your budget, there is something for everyone and plenty in between.
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We’ve handpicked a selection of some of the ways you can hang out with the guys and some of the more popular hotels.
From laser tag paintball to quad biking and karaoke, you’re sure to have fun. We’ve also included hotel deals for stag parties to make sure you get the best deal possible during the festivities.
Things to do
Hardline Airsoft, Burnley
This new venture offers a unique experience, an approach to paintball, where teams perform ‘missions’ using the different sections which include a village, a simulated gas chamber, a close quarters combat zone and a cafe operating in a converted bus. .
Old caravans are scattered all over the site to serve as “buildings” and teams are tasked with reaching the “catch the flag” area. Find out more.
Bedlam offers paintball, lasertag and Splatmaster low speed paintball. You can choose from a variety of packages for fun outings, birthday parties, deer and hd 500 paintballs for £ 55 per person. Book here.
Quadtrex, near Barnoldswick
With over 160 acres of woods, quarries, meadows and dirt roads, Quadtrex offers the ultimate quad experience.
A one-hour session, including a safety briefing from an instructor, costs £ 49.95 per person or there is a special offer of £ 180 for groups of four. Find out more here.
Lancashire Wine School in Preston or Lytham
During a private tasting, you can taste at least six wines of different quality. Each session includes an introductory wine tasting session and putting your sensory abilities to the test with the aroma ampoule kits. Prices start from £ 12.50. Find out more.
Royal Birkdale, Southport
It’s no wonder this seaside town is firmly situated on what is known as England’s Golf Coast and what better course to visit than Royal Birkdale?
The Royal Birkdale has hosted more championships and international events since WWII than any other course in the world.
For £ 295 per person you can treat yourself to the Birkdale Experience which includes a free tote bag for each player, a personalized scorecard and a two-course meal on the terrace overlooking the 18th green or upstairs with a magnificent view of the golf course. Find out more.
Where to stay and hotel deals
Butterfly Hotel, Blackpool
With a late licensed bar with its own karaoke screens, The Butterfly prides itself on providing the best service for stag parties. The reception even offers a display of friendly bachelor party accessories.
For groups of 20 or more, the organizer remains free and prices start from just £ 30. Find out more.
Holiday Inn, Preston
Stag do fares start from £ 25 for a Friday night or £ 30 for a Saturday. This is based on two people sharing a room and includes a full English breakfast to counter that hangover.
If you have a group of 10 or more, the staff will decorate a private booth in the bar and throw in a free bottle of champagne. The hotel will also organize free entry to Switch and Evoque nightclubs in the city. Find out more.
Bliss Hotel, Southport
With prices starting from £ 100, the Bliss Hotel is a contemporary lakeside hotel with a restaurant and gym, free parking and free Wi-Fi. There is even a great rooftop garden bar.
The hotel has also partnered with Royal Birkdale to offer The Sunday Driver – an 18-hole tee off at Ormskirk on Sunday, followed by dinner and overnight at the Bliss Hotel.
Monday starts with breakfast at the Bliss Kitchen to prepare you for another 18 hole course at the magnificent Royal Birkdale, all for £ 435 per person. Find out more.
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