Everything you need to know about inflatable pubs and how to hire one in Scotland

With the sunny days set to continue, and a mini heatwave forecast for the forthcoming bank holiday weekend, we can't think of a better way to spend these summery days than enjoying a drink or two in a garden.

Published 23rd May 2018
Updated 23 rd May 2018

If you fancy going the extra mile for your alfresco drinks, then why not hire an inflatable pub?

These temporary additions are sure to raise as many smiles as they do glasses this long weekend.

What are they?

Basically an adult version of a kids bouncy castle, an inflatable pub can be hired for a period of time or bought so you can enjoy it whenever you want.

The pub can be inflated and set up almost anywhere, and offer a fun aspect to any party or event.

Where to order it

Picture: Premium Inflatables

Premium Inflatables offer a buying and hiring service for Scotland, but if you are just looking to hire a pub then Fife-based Inflatable Pub Hire Scotland are worth checking out.

A2b Inflate a pub events will hire all kinds of inflatables, including pubs, to Angus and Dundee.

Plus it is worth looking on Gumtree and eBay if you want to buy local.


What do you get?

Picture: Inflatable Pub Hire Facebook

Ideal for a party, these inflatable pubs hold from 30-60 people and can be used all year round - not just during our rare sunny spells.

Features such as lighting and heaters can be included to make the inflatable pub more comfortable.

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Plus they're easy to set up, deflate and pack up once the party is over.

Delivery and set up of the pub will be included in the hire, as will collection.

How much?

Picture: A2B Inflate-A-Pub Events Facebook

This will depend on requirements, so it's best to discuss with the hire company beforehand but prices from A2b start from £325 for an over night hire.



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