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Stanbrook Abbey Exclusive Christmas Party, WR2

Stanbrook Abbey Shared Christmas Party, WR2
Stanbrook Abbey Shared Christmas Party, WR2

Stanbrook Abbey Exclusive Christmas Party, WR2

Stanbrook Abbey Shared Christmas Party, WR2

Stanbrook Abbey Shared Christmas Party, WR2

Stanbrook Abbey Exclusive Christmas Party, WR2

Details:
Address:
Stanbrook Abbey, Jennet Tree Lane, Callow End, Worcester, WR2 4TY
Map Location
Nearest transport link:
Worcester Foregate Street Station
Phone:
T. 0207 294 7548
Type of events
TypeCapacity
Reception400
Seated dinner270
Conference200

Stanbrook Abbey Exclusive Christmas Party, WR2

Tucked away in the shadow of Worcestershire’s Malvern Hills, Stanbrook Abbey is a stunning venue boasting wonderful features and facilities guaranteed to impress you and your party. This rare architectural gem has 19 function rooms and 56 stunning bedrooms providing the perfect venue for a Christmas party. The Callow Great Hall is the pride of Stanbrook Abbey with its stunning vaulted ceiling and carefully designed stained glass windows. This former chapel comfortably sits 190 in theatre style.

Looking for a phenomenal exclusive Christmas party that will keep people talking about it for years? Book a festive Party Night at Stanbrook Abbey on an exclusive basis. Special rates are available so please contact us for more information, but be quick, Party Nights are extremely popular!

Exclusive-use of Stanbrook Abbey includes unlimited access to all of our facilities, including all function rooms, state-of-the-art equipment, 56 stylishly designed bedrooms, the grand splendour of our five-bedroom Manor House, our talented Head Chef and the undivided attention of our dedicated and experienced team. Make your goals our objective by simply telling us what you want and we will make it happen. At Stanbrook Abbey, we believe the way to success is to inspire the extraordinary.

Further information

Stanbrook Abbey was once home to a closed order convent of Benedictine nuns who purchased the site in 1835. The nuns had been ejected from their original house during the French revolution and following 18 months of imprisonment in France, they returned to England, eventually settling at Stanbrook Abbey. During their time at the Stanbrook, the nuns commissioned Edward Welby Pugin to undertake a new scheme of work which led to the creation of the iconic cloisters, the church, the tower and the other buildings you see at today