Find a cocktail masterclass in Bournemouth
There is a lot to do in Bournemouth and cocktail making classes are a perfect way to have fun during your visit. Make, shake, mix and sip your favourite drink on your hen weekend or celebrate your birthday with a cocktail making masterclass. Your dedicated bartender will teach you the tricks of the trade and get you and the rest of your group behind the bar for an experience like no other. Get in touch and we’ll help book your cocktail class in Bournemouth saving you the hassle of organising your event. Our packages start at only £25pp and are tailored to suit you. Some packages include food during the class, or a 2 or 3 course meal can be provided afterwards.
Visit classic cocktail bars and enjoy a Mojito or French Martini. Learn how to make the perfect cocktails in sumptuous surroundings or we can point you in the direction of party bars where the atmosphere is perfect for your girly weekend. We work with a host of bars in Bournemouth, to find the perfect venue for your party. You would rather we came to your house? That’s no problem, my cocktail masterclass can bring the party (and the cocktails!) to you.
So what are you waiting for? Enquire online or call 0330 660 0521 we’ll do all the hard work for you, and find the best cocktail making masterclass in Bournemouth.
Why choose Bournemouth for your party destination?
This beautiful seaside town is famous for being one of the party towns of the south coast of England. People travel from all over the UK to visit the town’s funky jazz clubs and cultured cocktail bars. The nightlife in Bournemouth is ideal if you are looking to celebrate your birthday or host a hen party.
With seven miles of glorious beaches, take a walk along the promenade by day and head down to the vintage quarter and rummage for treasure, who knows what’ll you’ll find. Bournemouth also has an array of luxury boutiques and department stores offering high-end brands. If you are looking for a bit of culture Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum is not one to be missed- the last built Victorian manor, this grand house is filled with art work collected by travellers Sir Merton Russell-Cotes and his wife Lady Annie.
The beauty about Bournemouth is that most things are within walking distance. There are plenty of hotels around the town centre as well as restaurants to suit every taste from pasta at ‘Da Mario’ to fish and chips at “Chez Fred’. Once you have ended your daytime activity it is time for a night out on the town in Bournemouth’s vibrant city centre.
The games were really fun and got everyone involved. The amount of cocktails we were able to make meant it was good value for money. Our bartender was great and helped in making the experience so enjoyable.
We had a brilliant time! It was such a giggle making our own cocktails and having little competitions against each other. The barman was great, he had a laugh with us and joined in with all our banter flying around (he was very good looking as well ;0)) overall, everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and we would definitely do it all over again.