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Located in the main house, our Lady Craven Grand Feature Bedchamber at Coombe Abbey is named after the family that owned the Abbey for several centuries. As one of our most luxurious Grand Feature Bedchambers, Lady Craven offers stunning garden views, an extravagant split level bathroom
Impressive high ceilings are finished with ornate plasterwork whilst sumptuous shades of grey and cream furnishings enrich the elegant space.
Featuring a cosy ornate fireplace, there’s plenty of space to relax in the privacy of your own room.
With views over the lake and gardens, this bathroom offers an extravagant experience with a large bath draped with silk curtains.
In pride of place in the centre of the Lady Craven Grand Feature Bedchamber at Coombe Abbey and raised on its own platform with steps leading up to either side, lies a lavish four-poster bed.
"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."
"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."
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No Ordinary Hospitality Management, operators of Coombe Abbey Hotel, is a company which works across the region but has its roots very much in Coventry and Warwickshire.
We are a business that aims to benefit local people by generating profits which directly boost local services and thereby improve our communities and the lives of residents.
As our mission statement says, we “provide high quality hospitality services and experiences that deliver social value and profit for purpose”.