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Well, how about combining both of them and renting an entire pub for you and your mates and going on the mother of all sessions?
The Poachers Arms in the UK's Peak District, was once a local drinking well but has since been transformed into a country retreat.
And what's more, you won't have to wait an age to get served, because it comes complete with a fully-working bar, stocked with the finest tipple - well, Strongbrow and John Smiths.
However, if you'd rather sit back and relax, you can request bar staff to work during your stay, with pints costing just £2.
Aside from the booze, with air hockey, game consoles, and table football, as well as an outdoor kids play area and an indoor hot tub, there's plenty to keep you entertained.
But before you get ahead of yourself, you might want to count just how many friends you have, because being priced at £3,674 for seven nights, it's gonna cost you a small fortune if not.
If you have another 29 people to invite, though, that will bring it down to just £17pp per night. Which I think we can all agree, is an absolute steal.
If you do manage to wrangle together a big enough crew, there are 25 car parking spaces, so you won't have to worry about finding a spot.
The Poacher's also comes with nine double en-suite bedrooms, which all come equipped with Freeview TVs.
But it's not just about the pub. Located in the Hope Valley, there's plenty of other pubs to visit and walks to trek nearby.
The advert reads: "The village of Hope has a selection of traditional pubs serving food, cafés and some lovely little shops, while just over a mile away is the popular village of Castleton with its Norman Castle, numerous caves to explore and the imposing Winnats Pass.
"Within easy reach of this fabulous house is Hathersage with its open air swimming pool, Edale, which is at the start of the Pennine Way, and the charming market towns of Bakewell and Buxton.
"A perfect house that you will want to return to at the end of an enjoyable day."
And it's been a hit with those who've stayed in the past.
Praising the pub in a TripAdvisor review, one guest said: "For us the working bar gave such a fun novelty factor to the weekend, with everyone wanting to take a turn at pulling pints."
To book your holiday at The Poacher's Arms, click here.
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