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Our Capability Brown Grand Feature Bedchamber at Coombe Abbey has a wonderfully rich history, reflected in the beautiful colours of gold, green, deep red and amber that adorn everything from the plush furnishings to the ornate accessories. Situated in the Park Priory, you can look forward to sleeping soundly on the plush four-poster bed and relaxing in the slipper bath.
Feel spoilt for choice with the option of two bathrooms…one with a walk-in shower and the other with an extravagant slipper bath.
The main room features a table and two lounge chairs that are situated by the main window for extra space to unwind.
The Capability Brown Grand Feature Bedchamber at Coombe Abbey is named in honour of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.
These rooms are the perfect choice for a cosy, romantic break away in Coventry and Warwickshire.
"I believe Coombe Abbey Hotel to be one of the best hotels I’ve stayed at and I’ve stayed at a great number over the years for work and for leisure. It’s a beautiful hotel in a beautiful location. I’d like to also commend you for your wonderful, helpful and professional staff."
"My husband and I stayed with you to celebrate our 30th Wedding Anniversary. We had the most amazing experience. We were taken in by the beauty of the hotel, steeped in history. Your staff were amazing. We were so impressed with the service and the hotel itself."
The Capability Brown Grand Feature Bedchamber at Coombe Abbey is named after Lancelot Brown, a famous British landscape architect who earned the nickname ‘Capability’ after consistently assessing the ‘capabilities of nature’. Employed by Lord Craven and his wife Elizabeth, he redesigned the gardens and surrounding land at Coombe Abbey in 1771.Book this room
Share precious moments as a family in one of our family rooms where little ones get their very own Coombe Crowns and a Coombe Choc Box.
Includes a night in one of our bedchambers, a three course dinner with a bottle of Champagne, flowers, chocolates and a Coombe Abbey breakfast.