Coombe Abbey hotel is a 12th century Cistercian Abbey nestled in England´s historic Warwickshire. Restored to its former glory and set in 500 acres of glorious parkland. All rooms offer a wonderful atmosphere you would expect from staying in a converted abbey and are furnished with your every comfort in mind, some with four poster beds or views across the grounds. The elegant Restaurant serves superb food in elegant surroundings making a truly memorable experience. Special events at Coombe Abbey allow for an entertaining alternative including the infamous Mediaeval Banquet and Murder Mystery evening. Don´t miss the unique Christmas Parties! A unique and inspirational venue for weddings, conferences or any celebration.
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"There are so many ghosts at this beautiful 12th century former monastery, this hotel has a monthly ghost walk and supper event, which includes a tour, stories and two-course dinner and wine in the Stuart Room, which is, naturally, haunted. The most famous ghost at Coombe is Abbott Geoffrey, a hooded monk who has been seen gliding around the grounds and was allegedly murdered there in 1345 (though a ghost called Geoff is a little less terrifying). If you check in here, you may also hear the footsteps on cobbles near the stables, which are said to be those of Matilda, a gypsy girl made pregnant by the master of the house who refused to acknowledge it was his – the child was still-born and she laid down a curse on the household."
"The 12th century former Cistercian abbey is medieval splendour personified. The grand staterooms provide opulent surroundings for wedding breakfasts. But the ultimate medieval weddings take place amidst colour and pageantry in the unique atmosphere of the Baronial Hall. Minstrels and Ladies of the Court serenade guests and there’s a traditional menu and entertainment appropriate to the period."
"After the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century, Coombe Abbey became a royal residence. Elizabeth of Bohemia, the daughter of James I, was being educated there when the Gunpowder Plotters tried to blow up her father. In 1682 a west wing was added by William Winde, the architect of Buckingham Palace, and in 1771 'Capability' Brown redesigned the gardens."
"Nestling in 500 acres of parkland this converted Cistercian abbey oozes opulence, glitz and grandeur. The grand bedchambers have four poster beds and Victorian baths with views across the park but for ultimate indulgence the Lady Craven suite has to be seen to be believed. Whether dining in the lavishly furnished restaurant or enjoying an afternoon tea on the terrace, food at the abbey is a veritable feast."
Information on Coombe Abbey Hotel , Brinklow Road , Binley , Coventry
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Crown, Feature, Grand Feature
|Room rates guide:||
Single from: £155.00
Suites from: £405.00
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Diners, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: 25th & 26th Dec, 1st & 2nd Jan
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation: VisitBritain 4 Stars
Direct dial telephone, Satellite TV, Wireless internet, Hairdryer, Luxury toiletries, trouser press, iron & board on request, Tea & coffee making facilities, 24 hour room service
500 acre grounds, Lounge, bar, Restaurant, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, 10 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 120 delegates, Private dining
Royal Henchman Medieval Banquets, Murder Mystery Evenings, Ghostly Goings On, Afternoon Tea, Gunpowder Gala, Christmas & New Year Events
Warwickshire Health & Racquet Club
|Local directions:||Please see our website for Map and directions.|
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Birmingham, Rugby or Coventry
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