Former monastery opens as 52-room luxury hotel

By Sophie Witts contact

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Stanbrook Abbey previously served as a wedding and conference venue
Stanbrook Abbey previously served as a wedding and conference venue

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Stanbrook Abbey in Worcestershire is opening for overnight stays following the completion of 52 luxury bedrooms.

The abbey has undergone a two-year multi-million pound refurbishment​ which has included knocking the tiny nun cells in to larger bedrooms, as well as installing central heating and plumbing throughout the site.

The abbey also features four dining rooms and two banqueting halls for larger feasts, and is available for afternoon tea and gourmet dining.

“We are very excited to now offer our guests overnight accommodation in the historic abbey building at Stanbrook Abbey. The opening of the luxury bedrooms marks an important point in the development of the property and gives more guests the chance to experience the magic and heritage of the venue”, said AmaZing Venues founder and chairman Mike Clare.

The site was opened by Clarenco in July 2012 for weddings, functions, conferences and other events.

Built in 1625, the abbey features a bell tower, private lake and orchard nestled in 21 acres of Worcestershire countryside.

Stanbrooke Abbey forms part of the AmaZing Venues portfolio, which specialises in ‘extraordinary environments’ and includes former sea forts converted in to private guest islands between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.

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