Hotel opens in Stanbrook Abbey

Former monastery Stanbrook Abbey in Worcestershire reopened as a hotel and conference venue in March after a complete renovation.

Stanbrook Abbey has opened after a large renovation project
Stanbrook Abbey has opened after a large renovation project

The 57-bedroom hotel is situated in 22 acres of countryside near Malvern, and has a number of events spaces and incentive options onsite.

The venue has 13 function rooms and a maximum capacity of up to 350 people for a reception. Its largest function room is 408sqm in size and its maximum capacity theatre can sit 190 for conferences. The venue also has its own conference team, a range of audiovisual equipment and free wi-fi available, 

Stanbrook Abbey also offers a range of team-building and incentive activities, including croquet, laser clay shooting, archery, giant garden games, treasure hunts, and wine testing.

Other facilities include private dining rooms, a selection of bars, a games room, landscaped gardens and a lake.

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