*Coombe Abbey Activity Brochure*



Number of conference rooms – 10

Number of bedrooms – 119

Outdoor space – yes

Water – no


Coombe Abbey was founded in 1150 AD by Cistercian Monks, then known as the Abbey of Cumbe. It has an illustrious past; Dissolution by King Henry VIII, Private residency to royalty, involvement in the infamous Gunpowder Plot to name but a few…

A four star country house hotel nestling within the UK’s historical heartland of Warwickshire. Boasting 119 rooms, this truly is a unique and stunning venue for Weddings, Conferences and Special Occasions.   Conveniently located a few miles from the M1 and M6, close to major business cities such as Coventry, Birmingham and historical towns such as Warwick and Stratford upon Avon (Shakespeare’s birthplace). Coombe Abbey is an ideal base in which to explore The Midlands.

Set in 500 acres of parkland, overlooking formal gardens and a tranquil lake and originally built as a Cistercian Abbey in the 12th Century, Coombe Abbey has now been lovingly restored to its former glory by its current owners No Ordinary Hotels. This truly is no ordinary hotel!