Those that are booking new events at the Brinklow-based venue can select from a range of extras free of charge.
With a minimum spend of £3,000 and up to £5,000, organisers can pick one extra, over £5,000 and up to £10,000, two extras, over £10,000 and up to £15,000, three extras and spend over £15,000 to get four extras.
Extras that can be chosen from include a drinks reception worth £6 per person, bacon rolls worth £5.40 per person, 24 hours car parking for all delegates worth £5 per person, Afternoon Tea voucher for six worth £179.70, six tickets to a public event such as a Mediaeval Banquet or Murder Mystery night worth £209.70, a Monastic welcome and ghost stories worth £150, syndicate room hire (subject to availability, up to 16 boardroom) worth £240 and many more.
Coombe Abbey existed long before it was a hotel and has a rich history. During the 12th century, the hotel was known as the Abbey of Cumbe, and was the largest and most influential monastery in Warwickshire.
The Abbey remained in the hands of the monks up until the dissolution of the monasteries in 1539. From then, the land was appropriated by King Henry VIII.
The Craven family acquired Coombe Abbey in 1622 and it remained with them for an impressive 300 years.
During the Craven family reign, Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown was asked to redesign the surrounding gardens and land.
Coventry City Council took ownership of the Abbey in 1964, along with its extensive estate of 150-acres, and after a series of vital restoration, in 1966 the park was opened to the public with the hotel opening in 1995.
Set within 500 acres of breath-taking parkland, it is the perfect backdrop for conferences, corporate seminars and an impressive venue for celebrations, dining and leisure breaks in the Midlands.
For information about the Work with Perks packages call 02476 450 450, visit www.coombeabbey.com/coombe-offers/conferences-offers/work-with-perks or email [email protected]
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