Stag and Hens in Blackpool is recognised as the party capital of the UK it's bars and clubs offer unlimited fun and drink till the early hours.
Planning a Stag, Hen, Birthday party or any excuse for a good weekend we are here to organise it for you.
We are Blackpool based and only organise parties within Blackpool.
As well as our own hotel we have a range of other accommodation to suit your budget, see Hotels page.
Just because you are a Stag or Hen do there is no need to rough it all Hotels are checked and meet the standards we expect in our own accommodation.
The majority of our accommodation has late bars and late keys with full English breakfast
We dress the stag or hen appropriately, in other words we make them quite visable! If we have more than one group on we will put them and their best man / bridesmaid on the opposite side, so you can have the honour of shooting them!
We do get a number of, mainly stags, pre-dressed; the best was a bright blue boiler suit that had bells and tamboureens stitched onto it. Not only was he very visable but we always knew where he was!
News from Blackpool Online about stags and hens.
The good behaviour pledge is one of a number of schemes put forward in a bid to clean up the resort by new council leader Peter Callow.
He swept to a landslide victory in last week's local elections on the promise his Tory group would smarten up the town's tacky and booze-fuelled image.
And he has rowdy stags and hens in his sights.
Coun Callow said: "We understand people come here to have fun and let their hair down and we don't want to stop that. Stag and hens aren't a problem unless they get out of hand and have no respect for other visitors and local residents.
"Sometimes it starts at lunchtime when children are about. All we're asking for is normal, common decency. We have to send a message out which says come and enjoy yourself, but if you act indecently, we don't want you here.
"I'm hoping it will get backing from the hotels and pubs. It's a fact that Blackpool has to clean up its act."
It is hoped revellers would formally sign up to the voluntary Code of Conduct - which would call for them to respect the resort and other visitors and residents - when they book at hotels in the resort.
Groups which sign up could be offered special deals, such as free entry to fun pubs.
In recent times some hen and stag groups have become more and more drunken and outrageous, sparking claims their behaviour is damaging to Blackpool's family image.
Dave Daley, president of the National Association of Licensed House Managers, welcomed a Code of Conduct idea.
He said: "When groups come into pubs they have to abide by our rules, but it's when they're outside it's a real problem. Anyone who stands on Bank Hey Street on a Saturday afternoon can see that.
"We don't want to spoil the fun or chase people away, but when you're walking the streets with children, some of these groups are getting a bit too close to the bone. But you can have fun without being so offensive.
"If there was some consultation, I'm sure the pubs would like to come on board and have some input. For example we could offer free entry to stag and hen groups which sign up to it."
Derek Ellershaw, secretary of the Blackpool Hotel and Guesthouse Association, said a Code of Conduct was a good idea as long as it was not a turn-off to people.
He said: "Young people have come to Blackpool for decades in groups, and then they come back with their children when they are older. So we can't afford to be turning any trade away.
"But there is a responsibility for people to behave in the right way, and a responsibility from the people putting them up and entertaining them in the bars. The message would have to be worded in the right way. There are enough signs already telling people what they can't do in Blackpool."
Coun Callow says he is determined to improve the image of Blackpool and "talk up" the town.
He said: "We have to present a new picture of the new Blackpool. Then we will start to attract new visitors in increasing numbers and the visitors who have deserted us will start to return.
"Inner ward deprivation was a strategy employed by the previous administration to go for grant aid. Although the grant aid came in, this policy destroyed us as a the premier holiday resort in the country.
"It does nothing for your image if you present yourself as a deprived area and talk the town down. I intend talking the town up."