Travel back in time with Stanbrook Abbey
Use our exciting past to entertain your present and create the path to your future in the unique and beautiful surroundings of Stanbrook Abbey.
Discover the hidden gem of Worcestershire
Set within the stunning grounds of our 26-acre estate, Stanbrook Abbey is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the Worcestershire countryside and the rambling greenery of the Malvern Hills.
The unique history of our former monastery lives on through the original architecture. The dramatic stone cloisters, wooden beams and gothic stained-glass windows are all on show for our guests to experience a unique taster of what life in our magnificent Pugin Abbey was once like.
Memorable mix of old and new, stylishly developed but retaining its original charm the former nunnery makes for a pleasing stay with comfortable accommodation, good food and friendly staff.”TripAdvisor Review
Grandeur and historic charm
Not to be outdone, the grandeur and historic charm of the Abbey’s interior will take your breath away. Retreat for a good night’s sleep in a beautifully designed room (we have 56 in total) that once belonged to the Benedictine Nuns of Stanbrook Abbey. You may even find one of their habits in the wardrobe. Enjoy a delicious meal in the Thompson Dining Hall, originally designed by the famous furniture maker Robert “Mouseman” Thompson.
Experience the dramatic architecture of The Callow Great Hall, the former chapel and place of worship located in the heart of the Abbey, with its ornate vaulted ceiling and mesmerising stained glass windows created in Gothic Revival style by the Pugin family. Take a gentle stroll around our extensive gardens – our picturesque walled grounds include a beautiful lavender-filled garden. Follow the path lead by the weeping willows to the tranquil seclusion of our private lake.
Return to the Abbey and take afternoon tea in the Piano Lounge or a glass of wine in the George’s Bar.
Experience life at the Abbey
Come and experience our unique history and quirky charm first hand during an exciting stay at Stanbrook Abbey.