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COVID-19 Update – UPDATED 11/08/21

 


19/07/21 – Following COVID restrictions lifting on Monday 19th July, we are pleased to announce that we will be able to host weddings, conferences and functions back to full capacity and our public events will be able to go ahead. We kindly ask guests to continue wearing face masks in public areas of the hotel except for when dining and we continue to operate a cashless environment throughout the hotel.

We look forward to welcoming everyone


14/06/21 – We are saddened by the latest announcement by Boris Johnson on Monday (June 14), however the health and safety of our guests is of the utmost importance.

We are very sympathetic for the disappointment caused by this announcement but we will continue to go above and beyond to ensure every couple who has booked a wedding with us still has the best wedding day possible. We are doing this by giving couples as many options as possible, including the option to move to a larger room, if available, where social distancing rules can be adhered to, the option to change dates and to offer a refund on any monies paid.

Our team is currently getting in touch with all guests who have booked an event between June 21 and July 19 to discuss the options available.

Please bear with us during this time. We kindly thank you for your patience.


10/05/ 21 – Following the Government announcement on 10th May 2021, we are pleased to announce that the hotel will re-open on 17th May 2021.

To make a booking for an overnight stay, you can view our rates and availability here.

Frequently asked questions can be found by clicking here.

Guidance on the national lockdown can be found by clicking here.

We would like to offer our thanks to our guests for being so understanding and supportive at this time


10/05/21 – We are open for alfresco afternoon tea! From 14th April on selected dates, join us on our beautiful West Terrace for afternoon tea.

We hope to reopen fully from 17th May, subject to Government review.

Reservations for outdoor dining for afternoon tea can be booked by clicking here.

To make a booking for an overnight stay, you can view our rates and availability here.

Frequently asked questions can be found by clicking here.

Guidance on the national lockdown can be found by clicking here.


Following the Government announcement on Monday 22nd February regarding the easing of the national lockdown, we will look to re-open the hotel fully on 17th May 2021 with outdoor afternoon tea dining available from 14th April 2021, subject to Government guidance. For any reservations up until 17th May, a member of staff will be in touch.

Our popular afternoon tea’s can be pre-booked with contact free collection on weekends.

Coombe Abbey Park remains open for locals to exercise, we respectfully ask for visitors to comply with safety measures.

The Café In The Park & Kiosk In The Park will be operating a takeaway service only with a limited menu and contactless payment. Please ensure you maintain social distancing and wear a face covering when visiting.

We would also like to take this time to thank all the NHS workers for their continued hard work and dedication and we pledge to continue providing our assistance in whatever way we can.

We look forward to welcoming everyone back in May, and until that time, please take care and stay safe.

Thank you for your ongoing support.

Reservations for outdoor dining for afternoon tea can be booked by clicking here.

Frequently asked questions can be found by clicking here.

Guidance on the national lockdown can be found by clicking here.


05/01/21 – Following the Government announcement on Monday 4th January regarding national lockdown, we will look to re-open in March, subject to Government guidance. For any reservations up until March, a member of staff will be in touch.

Our popular afternoon tea’s can be pre-booked with contact free collection on weekends.

Coombe Abbey Park remains open for locals to exercise, we respectfully ask for visitors to comply with safety measures.

The Café In The Park & Kiosk In The Park will be operating a takeaway service only with a limited menu and contactless payment. Please ensure you maintain social distancing and wear a face covering when visiting.


30/12/20 – Following the recent tier review on Wednesday 30th December, we will be placed into tier 4 and will not be able to reopen until the Government advises we can do so.  For any reservations that are taking place in early January, our team will be in contact regarding the next steps.

We look forward to seeing you in 2021.

Frequently asked questions can be found by clicking here.


15/12/20 – We regretfully announce that we have made the incredibly tough decision not to reopen the doors of Coombe Abbey Hotel until the New Year.

The hotel has been closed since November due to the second national lockdown and subsequently Warwickshire being placed in Tier 3, as such we are making the sad but sensible choice now to remain closed for the rest of 2020.

This is not a decision we have taken lightly, in fact it was extremely hard to make, but in light of the uncertainty around the Government’s ever-changing Coronavirus tier system, and the number of Covid cases still rising in areas around Warwickshire we feel it’s the correct one to make.

Once again, a number of events will be impacted because of this difficult situation and our staff have already begun the long process of contacting everyone that has been affected by the measures to speak to them about the next steps, we kindly ask for your patience during this time.

Our Café and Kiosk will continue to stay open in Coombe Abbey Park, offering visitors a takeaway option in line with government guidance.

We are of course very sorry and we are doing all that we can, but again we are calling on everyones patience during this difficult time.

We will now be looking ahead to 2021, and hopefully we will be opening our doors once again in January with a renewed sense of hope for the year ahead, when we will be hosting all of our popular events and activities, as well as new ones such as Luminate Coombe.

We hope everyone stays safe and has a Merry Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year, and we look forward to welcoming you back in January.

Frequently asked questions can be found by clicking here.

 


26/11/20 – Following the announcement today that Warwickshire will be placed into tier 3, we are very saddened to announce that Coombe Abbey Hotel will remain temporarily closed once the second lockdown ends.

We will be closely monitoring the situation and will follow guidelines once the tier system is reviewed again on 16th December. 

Our team will be communicating with guests who have bookings with us up until then. We kindly ask for your patience as we contact everyone.

The Café In The Park & Kiosk In The Park will be operating a takeaway service only with a limited menu and contactless payment. Please ensure you maintain social distancing and wear a face covering when visiting.

Thank you for your ongoing support and please stay safe.

Coombe Abbey

01/11/20 Following the Government announcement on 31st October, Coombe Abbey Hotel will be temporarily closed to the public with effect from Thursday 5th November.

We would like to apologise to everyone impacted by the measure, and we will, of course, be monitoring the situation and keep everyone informed of any changes on our website.

Our team will be communicating with guests who have reservations up until 2nd December. We kindly ask for your patience as we contact everyone.

The Café In The Park & Kiosk In The Park will be operating a takeaway service only with a limited menu and contactless payment. Please ensure you maintain social distancing and wear a face covering when visiting.

We would also like to take this time to thank all the NHS workers for their continued hard work and dedication and we pledge to continue providing our assistance in whatever way we can.

We look forward to welcoming everyone back in December, and until that time, please take care and stay safe.

Thank you for your ongoing support.

Coombe Abbey


22/10/20
Following the latest announcement, we would like to reassure our guests that Coombe Abbey falls within Rugby Borough Council (not Coventry), and we continue to follow tier 1 guidelines.

We want to reiterate that your safety is our top priority. However you wish to spend your visit with us, rest assured we are covid-19 safe and compliant with all regulations

Click here for more information on our covid-19 safety protocols.

Click here to refer to the Gov.uk website for further information on tier 1 guidelines.


12/10/20

To our valued guests,

The health and safety of our guests is paramount for us here at Coombe Abbey and this is why we have made some changes to our Christmas event line-up.

Our visitors always come first and they have been at the heart of every decision we have made over the past few months during the Coronavirus outbreak.

It is with a heavy heart that we have to announce that the following festive events will not be going ahead this year: JD Party Nights, Royal Banquets, Murder Mysteries, Gatsby Glamour Ball, Speakeasy Blinders and Party Princesses.

We would like to apologise to those impacted but we hope you understand that we have taken this decision to safeguard everyone in light of covid-19. Our team will be communicating with those who have bookings with us, so we kindly ask for your patience as we contact everyone.

Anyone who has booked for any of these events this year will be given first refusal on the best dates to transfer their booking for 2021 which promises to be the best ever!

There are an array of events that are still taking place, such as our popular Afternoon Tea With Carols and Sunday Lunches with Santa.

Our Cloister’s and Garden Room Restaurants will be taking bookings for a festive dining experience to give our guests the opportunity to celebrate Christmas with friends and family. With award-winning food in spectacular surroundings, you can get dressed up and enjoy a glamourous evening here at Coombe Abbey.

For a more intimate affair in the comfort of your own space, our unique private dining rooms are steeped in history and are perfect for our delicious We Cook, You Carve experience or festive lunches and dinners.

New for 2020 is Luminate Coombe – an enchanting outdoor light trail that can be enjoyed with social distancing and safety measures in place.

We want to reassure our guests that you can book with confidence when visiting us due to the rigorous safety precautions that we have put in place subject to Government guidance.

We appreciate that this is a difficult time for all, but we want to make sure that the holidays are happy and safe for everyone.

We hope to see you soon,
Coombe Abbey

Click here for more information on our covid-19 safety protocols.
Click here to view our Christmas video for 2020.

 


 

Following Government guidelines announced on Tuesday 22nd September, please familiarise yourself with the following rules effective from Thursday 24th September.

  • Guests and staff must wear face coverings in all areas of the hotel. This also applies when entering our restaurant. Masks can be removed once seated at the table.
  • We will be operating table service only. We request that you remain at your table where a member of staff will come to take your food and drink order.
  • Customers must vacate the bar and restaurant by 10:00pm.
  • Room service can resume after 10:00pm. You can order room service via our Coombe Abbey app or calling from your in-room phone. Please note this only applies to residents staying and room service will be delivered directly to your room and not in public areas of the hotel.
  • Please note that we are operating a cashless environment and will only be able to accept card payments.

Click here for more information on our covid-19 safety protocols.

We look forward to welcoming you to Coombe Abbey safely and we would like to offer our thanks to our guests for being so understanding and supportive at this time.


11/07/2020

We are happy to announce that we have re-opened our doors and are welcoming guests back!

Click here for more information on our safety protocols.

To make a booking for an overnight stay, you can view our rates and availability here.

For afternoon tea reservations, please click here.

Coombe Abbey Hotel would also like to offer our thanks to our guests for being so understanding and supportive at this time


Following Governmental advice, Coombe Abbey Hotel will re-open on 11th July.

The Cafe & Kiosk In The Park is currently open and is serving a limited menu with contactless payment. The park offers the chance for a walk, which is good for health and mental wellbeing. You can help us keep them open by keeping a 2 metre distance between yourself and others when you visit. Now is not the time for mass gatherings. Barbecues are not allowed in any of our parks until further notice.

Toilets and all play areas are closed.

We would like to apologise for those impacted by this measure and we will continue to monitor the situation and will keep everyone informed once it is safe for us to open again. Our first priority at Coombe Abbey Hotel is the safety of our customers and staff, and we will continue to review the situation as becomes clearer.

We would also like to take this time to thank all the NHS workers for their continued hard work and dedication and we pledge to continue providing our assistance in whatever way we can.

So far, we have made donations of surplus food, shampoos and shower gels to our local hospitals to help workers and we will be continuing to assess ways in which we can help our communities as a business.

We look forward to being able to welcoming these customers back again once it is safe to do so.


 

Hotel Closure

Following recent Government announcements and advice, it is with a heavy heart that Coombe Abbey Hotel will be temporarily closed to the public with effect from Tuesday 24th March, 10:00am until Monday 4th May, this includes all Cafe’s In The Park which will also be closed.

We would like to apologise to everyone impacted by the measure, and we will, of course, be monitoring the situation on a daily basis and keep everyone informed of any changes on our website and social media channels.

The health and welfare of our staff and guests has always been, and will always be, our main priority and we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding at what is a difficult time for the country.

We’ve opened our doors for 25 years, creating everlasting memories for all our guests who have enjoyed staying and visiting us. Although you may not be able to visit us in person just yet, we will continue the conversation with our guests online so please stay in touch and share your Coombe experiences with us.

We would like to say thank you to all of the support we have had from our customers over the past few weeks, it has been greatly appreciated.

We look forward to returning stronger than ever before and to welcoming everyone back in due course and until that time, please take care and stay safe.

See you soon.

 


 

Bar & Restaurant Update

To our valued customers,

Coombe Abbey Hotel will, following the Government announcement today (March 20), be closing all its restaurants, bars and other food outlets from this evening.

Cafe In The Park will be offering a take-away service only.

Unfortunately, that means all restaurant reservations from this evening onwards are cancelled with immediate effect – including, sadly, our Mother’s Day celebrations this weekend.

We apologise to all our customers but are sure they will understand that we have to take these measures not only to abide by the regulations, but also to safeguard everyone in light of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Any residential guests at the hotel will be able to order food & beverages from our room service menu which will be served to your bedrooms.

The safety and welfare of our guests and staff is of utmost importance and have implemented measures around the hotel as recommended by Public Health England, we respectfully ask for guests to adhere to government advice and maintain social distancing. Please note guests will not be allowed to gather in public areas around the hotel.

Please be assured that you can continue to stay with us in confidence.

We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding at what is a difficult time for the country.

 


 

Coombe Abbey Hotel is closely monitoring the spread of coronavirus, and is continuing to follow the advice in line with Public Health England.

The welfare of our guests and staff is of utmost importance, and we have implemented measures as recommended by Public Health England to minimise the impact of the virus on site, including:

· Hand sanitisers at various points across the venue for members of the public to use.

· Signage in public places to remind people of what steps they can take to minimise the risk of contracting coronavirus.

· Touchpoints/public areas around the hotel have been thoroughly sanitised and the frequency of routine cleans has been increased.

· Staff are being kept fully updated on the situation with regular briefings.

· The hotel has an internal protocol to follow in the event of a confirmed case on site.

We remain open for business, but will update any customers should this change in light of ongoing advice from Public Health England

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