Five Reasons to Hold Your Hen or Stag Party at Surf Snowdonia


01 Sep Five Reasons to Hold Your Hen or Stag Party at Surf Snowdonia

Celebrating an upcoming wedding is an exciting time, but the pressure of entertaining can make it difficult too. There are many routes you can go down when organising a stag or hen party. Want to keep it classic? You could go for the failsafe city break, bar crawl or spa retreat. Alternatively, you might wish to be a bit more out-there and choose from some of the wackier ideas on the market, such as bubble football, zombie bootcamp, Bollywood dancing or even a treasure hunt.

Here at Surf Snowdonia, we have the best of both worlds; you can certainly let your hair down and have fun, but a stag or hen party with us is always a memorable one and definitely stands out from the crowd. Here are five reasons you should hold your stag or hen party at Surf Snowdonia:

  1. You Can Take on Your Mates in a Watery Assault Course


Push yourselves to the limit but feel great afterwards, in the Crash and Splash Lagoon. Worry not about the hangover of all-day drinking or traipsing from bar to bar; if you want to go wild, we have everything you need right here in our thrilling obstacle course. Compete against each other on spinning balls, have a swinging time on the monkey bars, test your coordination on the balance beam and traverse the rope bridge to see if you can make it to the other side! You’ll all receive helmets and a full briefing before starting – then it’s all fun and games from there!

  1. We Have a Human Catapult

Forget tying the groom or bride-to-be to a lamppost with L-plates attached to them; coax them into the Catapult Blob and enjoy the hilarity which ensues. It certainly doesn’t feel like punishment compared to the usual acts of humiliation which come with the territory of stag and hen parties – in fact it’s so much fun, everyone will be wanting a go! Simply get one of your party to sit on the cushion at one end, then another of you jumps down from a platform (only four metres high) onto the launch pad at the other end. A more enjoyable spectator sport you’d be hard-pressed to find.

  1. You Can Stay in Glamping Accommodation

At the end of your fun-packed day, nobody wants to go home – so gather the stags and hens to stay the night in our fantastic glamping accommodation! Our camping pods are situated right by the edge of the water for a brilliant scenic spot to regale your group with stories from the day’s activities. They come with underfloor heating and electricity, along with a decked area at the front to sit out and enjoy a few drinks and the company of your friends. You can also choose to stay in our bell tents, in a lovely woodland spot by our nature reserve, with picnic tables and benches to enjoy. Each bell tent sleeps five people and there are three in total, which you can book out all at once so your whole group can stay together and enjoy the privacy of the area to yourself.

  1. There’s a Catered Event Space 

Want to continue the excitement into the evening? Then consider hiring a room with everything you need for a great party. Our event facilities can cater for up to 100 people, with our surfside bar and restaurant, Nordic-style tipi tent and all your food and drink needs seen to should you require. Enjoy a BBQ feast with the twinkling lights of the event space setting the scene against the dramatic backdrop of the Conwy Valley, making lasting memories with your fellow stags and hens as you enjoy music and a few drinks with the sound of the surf lapping around you. What more could you want?

  1. Wind Down in Our Hot Tubs and Sauna 

At the end of an action-packed day of throwing yourself around the water, challenging your physical abilities and being an all-round badass surfer, you’ll have earned the right to relax. Take a load off in our excellent spa facilities, with the bubbling jets of the hot tub massaging your aching muscles and the rejuvenating barrel sauna helping to bring you back to life.


Enquire now about arranging a legendary stag or hen do with Surf Snowdonia!