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 and a private lounge area.
Impressive high ceilings are finished with ornate plasterwork whilst sumptuous shades of grey, blue and cream furnishings enrich the elegant space.
Featuring its own lounge area with ornate fireplace and a private, intimate dining area, 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, double ended bath draped with silk golden 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.
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The Abbey was owned by The Craven family for 300 years and the Lady Craven Grand Feature Bedchamber at Coombe Abbey is named in dedication to Lady Elizabeth Craven. The family extensively developed the Abbey and helped form the grand building that it is todayBook this room
Enjoy delicious food in the comfort of Lady Craven Grand Feature Bedchamber at Coombe Abbey. Our in-room dining options are available 24 hours a day, with hot food served until 10pm.
Includes a night in one of our bedchambers, a three course dinner with a bottle of Champagne, flowers, chocolates and a Coombe Abbey breakfast.