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The rolling Malvern Hills make a charming backdrop for Stanbrook Abbey, the former home of a community of Benedictine nuns. The venue opened to the public in July 2012 following a large-scale
renovation project by AmaZing Venues. Phase one of the plans is now complete and includes six new event spaces. Among them is the gothic Callow Hall, which was the former chapel – its organ and
pews are still in place. The arched ceilings and stained-glass windows make it a dramatic setting for receptions, while the Thompson Dining Hall works for seated events for up to 80. Also part of
the refurb was Brides Manor, a Georgian manor house built with nuptials in mind – it even has a purpose-built dressing room and five bedrooms. As you might expect, the abbey has an on-site chapel.
The next phase of the development includes the addition of 50 bedrooms, due for completion in spring 2014.
Christmas at Stanbrook Abbey
Weddings at Stanbrook Abbey
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