Stanbrook Abbey Hotel was a former monastery from the 16-century and it lives on through the original architecture – from the dramatic stone cloisters to the Gothic stained-glass windows.
What makes a stay at Stanbrook Abbey Hotel unique?
Stanbrook Abbey Hotel was built by the renowned architect Augustus Pugin, it houses the grand Callow Great Hall which is a prime example of classical elegance and beauty. The former chapel, and place of worship, located in the heart of Stanbrook Abbey, offers a beautiful backdrop for weddings and private parties.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Stanbrook Abbey Hotel?
The hotel houses 55 superbly appointed bedrooms allowing the guests to experience a unique taste of what historic life in an abbey was like.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Worcester area?
Resting between the Welsh Marches, Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds, Worcestershire is a county of great diversity – from charming villages and exciting towns to woodland, fertile river valleys, luscious fruit orchards and rolling farmland.
Stanbrook Abbey Hotel is steeped in history – the Iron Age hillforts, medieval settlement remains and former battlefields of the English Civil War, all combine to highlight Worcestershire's turbulent past. And for the avid historians who visit, the county's dynamic history means there are plenty of significant buildings and museums to explore.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Stanbrook Abbey is proud of their belief that every dining experience, should be memorable; this is why their award-winning chefs only use the finest and freshest ingredients from local sources. From fine dining to traditional afternoon tea, the choices of restaurant, lounges, private rooms and terraces are all perfect in every way for any event or special occasion. Lastly, children's menus have been created to ensure there really is something for everyone.