Located in the Park Priory, combining deep crimsons and warm shades of gold, The Lucy at Coombe Abbey blends modernity with traditional style to create a space that wows. From the ornate four poster bed with hidden TV to the Victorian bath and two floor layout, you’ll find everything you need for a relaxing stay.
Draw back the curtains for spectacular views over Coombe Abbey’s country park.
With your own private, spacious lounge area, it’s the perfect place to unwind in The Lucy at Coombe Abbey.
Choose from the sumptuous claw-foot bath or walk in shower to cleanse off the day.
Jewel rich colours
Furnished with soft, yet rich crimsons and golds for an indulgent, yet relaxing feel.
Included in your package, you will receive entry to our sister site, St Mary’s Guildhall. Located in Coventry’s historic Cathedral Quarter, it escaped bombing raids during the Second World War and is one of the only remaining medieval buildings in Coventry. The Guildhall is also home to the magnificent Coventry Tapestry, and on-site you’ll find Tales of Tea where you can enjoy brunch, lunch and afternoon tea. To read more, visit stmarysguildhall.co.uk
On arrival to St Mary’s, please show your Coombe Abbey reservation to gain access*
*Terms & conditions apply available for standard daytime admission, this offer only covers the cost of admission. Proof of stay required, please visit www.stmarysguildhall.co.uk for opening times prior to travelling.
What our guests say…
"I am writing to congratulate you on the quality of your hotel. My wife and I have recently returned from a stay and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
"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 Lucy room history
The Lucy at Coombe Abbey is named after the daughter of Lord and Lady Harrington, who resided at The Abbey between 1581 and 1614. During this time, the social life at Coombe Abbey was quite dazzling and Lucy Harrington was reputed to be the life and soul of social gatherings.