From Farmer’s Wife to Chic Sophisticate, this is the Hen Party Experience that has it all…

Why not come to beautiful County Meath, Ireland, for a completely different hen party – for the classy sort of gal?

The afternoon activities are held at the famous Causey Farm, where bog-jumping, bread-making, cow-milking, céilí dancing, drumming and a few surprises are the order of the day!

We can cater for hen parties of between ten and fifty people (or more if you really have more friends than that!)

More Fun Than You Ever Thought Possible!!!

Travel to Causey Farm, just five miles from Kells, for a crazy afternoon of farmyard antics – Roll up your sleeves and make farmhouse brown soda bread. Feed the grunting pigs and clucking hens.

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Milk a cow and dance a jig to really lift the spirits of the party. And for the hen – paint her life story on the barn wall – high art meets low gossip!

Find your inner rhythm at the bodhrán class. Take the tractor and trailer through the forest and enjoy an ancient Irish pedicure – walk barefoot in the bog!

Anything goes and it is a fantastic way for everyone to let their hair down and get to know each other. The price is €40 per person – this includes all the above activities and tea and scones.

I know you’re asking – A FARM! – Will we really have fun?

It’s hard to imagine that such activities on a farm could be so much fun – girls from far and near, girls who grew up on farms and girls from cities, grandmothers of the bride to daughters of the bride, a few very well-known ladies to people just like us … and the most common comments we get from girls are:

” … it was brilliant craic, we laughed for the whole afternoon … ” and ” … we didn’t know what to expect but now we’ll recommend it to everyone …”
You can get as muddy …

Do you want to find out more about our hen parties? Call us today on +353 (0)46 9434135

Note: We are open almost all year round, with the exception of the following dates:

18th-25th October (2019) and 23rd November (2019) to 25th January (2020)

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