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Queen Elizabeth I lived as a child at this 200-hectare estate 5.5 miles east of Coventry. The 12th-century abbey was converted into a stately manor in 1581 with parkland, formal gardens and a lake. Many of its 119 uniquely decorated rooms have ornate four-poster beds; some have bathrooms hidden behind bookcases. There's a glass-paned conservatory restaurant and regular themed banquets.
Originally a 12th-century Cistercian abbey, this 4-star hotel is set in 500 acres of picturesque grounds. A 15-minute drive from Coventry, it offers elegant rooms decorated with historical artifacts. Coombe Abbey has been restored to its former glory, and combines traditional old features with modern amenities. Wi-Fi is free throughout, and parking is possible on site, at an extra fee. All rooms have scenic views over the courtyard, lawns or beautiful tree-lined drive. Each also has satellite TV and facilities for making tea and coffee. Guests can dine in the hotel’s finely furnished à la carte restaurant. There is a changing Sunday lunch menu, and the Garden Bar serves afternoon tea with sandwiches, scones and clotted cream. A magnificent medieval banquet is held at Coombe Abbey every weekend. The hotel specialises in themed events, from murder mysteries to ghost tours.
Children pay for breakfast as taken. For dining at the hotel's restaurant, prebooking is essential otherwise a dinner reservation cannot be guaranteed. Guests can use the contact details found on the Booking confirmation. The dress code for the restaurant is smart/casual - no denim or trainers are allowed.