COVID-19 Update – UPDATED 06.04.20
Coombe Abbey Park
We understand that there have been concerns over the situation in Coombe Abbey Park. The health and safety of our guests and visitors is of the utmost importance and very much a priority therefore the Hotel and Cafe outlets closed their doors two weeks ago following government advice. However we would like to clarify that the park itself is operated by Coventry City Council and not the hotel, we will of course pass comments on to the City Council.
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
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
Coombe Abbey is continuing to assess the situation with Covid-19 on a daily basis and, subsequently, has made the decision to cancel this weekend’s D-Day Darlings event on March 21.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused and we will be contacting those with bookings directly so please bear with us.
You can rearrange your booking to to see the D-Day Darlings for their performances at Coombe on June 21.
We will be continuing to monitor the situation for other events and bookings and will keep all our guests up to date with any developments.