“Looking for Stag & Hen ideas? Fun, high octane activities for all!”
Private Group Accommodation in the Lake District
Our venue is in a remote location of the Lake District provides an excellent hideaway for a Lake District stag or hen doo. It’s an Alpine style bothy that is ‘rustic’ and has a no frills approach. But that said, we think makes an excellent venue particularly for people working to a budget and want to keep costs down? It has a wood-burning stove, with separate shower and toilet block, with bunk style sleeping rooms. Above all it is set in a rural and unspoilt area, which is surrounded by beautiful Lakeland hills and fells. A chance to relax and chat about the days adventures. Weather permitting; there is an open fire pit outside, which we can get going for people to enjoy.
Alternatively we can arrange ANY other style accommodation for you. Examples of these could be YHA’s, B&B’s, guesthouses, and hotels. We’ve close links to some excellent places that we’ve used in the past. Therefore we can put you in touch, or organise the whole event for you.
Group accommodation in the Lake District
Its location is only a 30-minute drive off the M6, and therefore makes getting to easy and convenient.
perfect for getting stuck into some outdoor activities. Major league fun when on a stag and hen do. Much more enjoyable than drinking all day. This gets everyone involved and makes you earn that beer in the evening!
If you’re a group or a family requiring some activities and or accommodation whilst in the Lake District, then why not look at our Adventure Day packages? Ideal for these groups.
The Gorge and Ghylls nearby make a perfect venue for Ghyll/Gorge/Canyoning. (All involve getting wet and walking either up or down a waterfall) We find this is one of our most popular activity with groups.
Come book with us:
In conclusion; when it comes to looking for stag and hen group ideas, we can help organise and sort the whole experience for you. Likewise you may be looking for something different, and fun to do with friends and or family whilst visiting the Lake District? If this is the case, then we can accommodate larger groups and families. We can cater you’re trip too. Above all we want to help you have fun, stay safe, and offer you the best experience whilst on you’re stag and hen do.
Most importantly our experienced instructors have worked in the industry for years. Importantly we know how to have a laugh and banter with groups. Therefore we will make you feel welcome, our instructors come with no egos, and just let the group have fun together. Most importantly, we’ll keep you safe on you’re day.
An important note, we do not allow any alcohol whilst taking part in any of our activities.
This all depends on group size, number of days and if you require the use of our accommodation. Therefore we suggest you contact us and we’ll be happy to help. To give you some idea. A stag and hen group with 8 people, requiring 1 day’s activities and a night in our accommodation would be approximately £95 per person. That said it is best to get in touch with the day/s you’re thinking of, number of people taking part, and what you would like to do.
How to book:
We accept PayPal for deposit. And bank transfer for the remainder of the booking when due. A deposit of £100 is taken. The full payment needs to be made 1 calendar month prior to the agreed stag and hen do date.
Please email or call first to check availability, particularly if you require our stag and hen do accommodation.
A £100 deposit books a place. Either by the PayPal button, or give us a call. Better to confirm exact dates.
Whilst on you’re stag and hen doo, we usually get you taking part in 2 – 3 activities per day. Depending on the activity it may be 2, as activities such as Via Ferrata and Ghyll/Gorge scrambling take longer to complete.
Sample itinerary below:
09:00 – Meet and greet – Chat about the day
09:15 – Gorge/Ghyll walk – Get kitted out – set off
10:15 – Arrive and do activity
12:45 – Finish walk back for lunch
13:00 – Lunch
13:30 – Drive to Via Ferrata (see our Via Ferrata page)
14:15 – Via Ferrata
17:15 – Finish – return
09:00 – Meet and greet
09:15 – Drive to venue
10:00 – Climbing/Abseiling
13:00 – Lunch
14:00 – Canoeing or raft building
17:00 – Finish – return
The timings are not set in stone, and offer some leeway. That said to get the best out of you’re day, a sense of ‘get up and go’ needs to be remembered. In addition to the activities suggested above, the activities highlighted in red could swap for.
Canyoning-Going down with the water, instead of up.
Round Robbin of team challenges! Perfect for competition lovers.
Tyrolean traverse – Crossing a ravine on a rope
Get in touch with any other requests.