After months of lockdown, Coombe Abbey Hotel – proud sponsors of Wasps Rugby's Marcus Watson – has opened its grand doors once again.
Staff are ready with a warm welcome for those wanting to treat themselves and indulge in a relaxing mini-break or staycation surrounded by 500 acres of picturesque Warwickshire countryside.
Founded in 1150 AD, Coombe Abbey has a distinguished past as a former monastery, royal residence and also an involvement in the infamous Gunpowder Plot.
Once owned by King Henry VIII, it proves to be a magical experience for everyone who comes through the doors and in a bid to entice people back after the past few months of Coronavirus lockdown, the hotel has launched a special Welcome Back package.
Imagine an opulent stay in one of the venue’s sumptuous bedchambers with a free upgrade on offer (subject to availability).
A sumptuous treat for all, feature bedchambers include beautiful design treats such as a four-poster bed with canopy, Victorian roll top bath and other quirky designs such as a bathroom hidden behind a bookcase.
Your stay will include a delicious three-course meal in the Garden Room Restaurant where locally-sourced ingredients are used to serve up classic dishes. To start the next day right a buffet-stay breakfast will be included – with Continental items individually wrapped for safety.
It provides everyone with a chance to treat themselves or loved ones to a first class stay in a renowned hotel.
For those of us who want to get out and about, the hotel is now open and has signed up for the Government’s Eat Out To Help Out campaign, offering savings on meals which is running until August 31.
Available on Afternoon Teas and dinner – there is so much to choose from and Coombe Abbey is renowned for its afternoon tea consistently being named one of the best and it has also been voted one of the Top 30 places for afternoon tea as chosen by Telegraph experts.
To make sure that guests are confident about their health and safety when paying a visit to the venue, a series of measures have been put into place.
A brand-new app has launched to allow guests to check in and out via their smartphone whilst also acting as a key card for rooms to ensure minimum contact with staff. Other safety protocols include self-check-in kiosks and protective screens at the reception desk with cashless payments encouraged.
The whole team has also been trained in Covid-19 procedures with PPE available for all staff and thermal thermometers to check the temperatures of staff and guests on arrival.
Many more measures adhering to Government guidelines have been put into place to ensure a visit to Coombe Abbey is safe whilst continuing to maintain a high level of service. All details can be found on the Coombe Abbey website.
The Welcome Back package includes an overnight stay, three-course dinner, breakfast and a free upgrade (subject to availability) for £159 from Sunday to Thursday.
It can be booked direct by contacting the reservations department on 024 7645 0450 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and quote the reference ‘WELCOMEBACK’ or online at www.coombeabbey.com
Both the Welcome Back package and Eat Out To Help Out come to an end on August 31.