Stag Party, Bachelor Party, Stag Night, Bucks Party, Hotels, Activities


For generations Stag Parties have been occasions filled with laughter and fun, it is fair to say that sometimes the Stag (Bridegroom to be) found himself in some precarious positions, however, the modern day stag party tends to be a more moderated event. The Best-man will try to organise something that is fun and memorable, this arrangement is normally achieved in partnership with a professional vendor such as Stag and Hen Weekends. It is important to have a good location, good activities and comfortable lodgings. In Ireland accommodation can range from hostels to 5 Star hotels, that decision will normally be determined by budget, whatever choice you make, the result is equally as good, if you work closely with your vendor.


In Ireland there are great Stag Party packages and this is why Ireland has become a destination for revellers from all over the world. Every taste is catered for, from golfing breaks to a night at the greyhound track, the decisions and the make-up of the packages will be a matter for the organiser and the vendor chosen. Stag and Hen Weekends have a proven track record in providing fantastic packages and great memories. We organise, You Party.


A bachelor party (Canada, South Africa and the United States), also known as a stag party, stag night or stag do (especially in Commonwealth countries and Ireland), a bull’s party (South Africa), or a buck’s party or buck’s night (Australia), is a party held for a man shortly before he enters marriage, to celebrate his “last night of freedom” or merely to spend time with his male friends, who are often at his wedding party afterwards. A bachelor party is usually planned by the best man or other friends of the groom, occasionally, with the assistance of a bachelor party planning company such as


A bachelor party may involve activities beyond the usual party and social gathering ingredients (often drinking alcohol and gambling), such as going to a strip club or hiring a stripper, and, in some traditions, more hazing-like tests and pranks at the groom’s expense, performed as a rite of passage from bachelorhood (associated with an adolescent lifestyle, often in the common past of most participants, e.g. in their student years) to the “more responsible” marital life.


The task of organizing a bachelor party is often traditionally assigned to a male sibling of the bachelor or to the best man. Otherwise, any male friend will organize it. The planned activities of a bachelor party are traditionally kept secret, and we are happy to keep your secret at