Thursday, 18 August 2016

Dingle Hen Party



After surviving my first hen party with my Best Ladies (read about it HERE), it was time to hit Dingle for a weekend with my nearest and dearest.
It started off on a Friday afternoon, just after beautifying one of my gorgeous Brides that morning. Ciara treated me to a some lunch at my favourite, Aghadoe Heights Hotel.

Arriving at Cloghane, where we rented a house, my family and best ladies greeted me with a surprise BBQ.













We chatted and danced till the early hours before sleep finally took over.





And this was my view when I woke the next morning - so beautiful.


The rest of my friends arrived that morning while I was busy prepping survival kits for them.



Dressed and ready for my guests!





But there were two extra guests I didn't recognise.. the fabulous ladies from Afternoon Tea Parties. What a surprise!! These ladies came in, told us to disappear for about 30 minutes and we arrived back to this..








Stuffed from tea and homemade cakes we got some fresh air and some selfies of course!








A change of outfit and a few minutes bus journey to Dingle Distillery for some gin tasting! 



And a quick stop at Conor's Pass, the best scenery in Kerry for a group picture!






The gin and vodka tasting was so much fun. We got a quick tour of the distillery, then sat and enjoyed hearing the history while sipping. 




How cute is my Hen badge made by Susie!








We ate dinner in the The Boatyard Restaurant on the harbour, if visiting you must try their crab claws - yum!

Dick Macs, Adams and Geaneys were visited before we danced the night away in An Droichead Beag.






Dingle is quite the place for a hen party but then again, everywhere is brilliant once you have your family and friends with you.



A x

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