If you’re looking for activities to keep you busy during the Easter holidays, there’s plenty to see and do in Coventry and Warwickshire.

From meeting spring’s new arrivals down at the farm in Hatton to tasting a delicious afternoon tea here at Coombe Abbey, we’ve found four fantastic days out to enjoy this Easter. Now the hard work is choosing what activity to do!

Easter Lunch at Coombe Abbey

On Sunday 1st April, come along to Coombe Abbey with the family and enjoy our traditional three-course Easter Lunch in the historic Cloisters Restaurant. With plenty of sumptuous starters, mains and delicious desserts to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Tempted to treat your taste buds? Make sure you book a table before it’s too late!

Spring Spectacular at Hatton Adventure World

Head to Hatton Adventure World between 30th March – 15th April for their Spring Spectacular event and help welcome the new arrivals over on the farm! There’s also the chance for little ones to try their luck in the daily Easter egg hunt with a chance to win some chocolatey prizes.

Enjoy Afternoon Tea this Easter

Join us at Coombe Abbey on Sunday 1st April for our Easter themed afternoon tea, held in the beautiful Garden Room Restaurant. We’ve been chosen as one of the top 30 places for afternoon tea by The Telegraph experts! What better way to spend your afternoon enjoying a delicious selection of finger sandwiches and sweet treats.

Watch a family show at the Belgrade Theatre

Think you’ve got the Eggs Factor? Find out by taking the little ones to watch the Easter Bunny’s Eggs Factor family show and join in with the fun, songs and laughter at Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre. Afterwards there’s the chance to meet the Easter Bunny himself and receive a special Easter treat!

With so many activities to choose from to celebrate Easter, you’ll be sure to find one that suits the whole family, young and old. If you’re looking for somewhere to kick back and relax after a full day, why not view our extensive range of elegant rooms available at Coombe Abbey?