Brides, grooms and their wedding parties are being invited to take a tour of the historic Stanbrook Abbey Hotel in Worcestershire later this month at the venue’s upcoming wedding fayre. Once home to a closed order of Benedictine nuns, the stunning grade II listed Pugin Abbey will be opening its doors on Sunday, May 29th to future husbands and wives so they can explore the venue and its extensive grounds at their leisure.
During the day the hotel’s wedding coordinators will be on hand to answer any questions and offer advice and top tips to the brides-to-be.
Martin Page, General Manager at Stanbrook Abbey Hotel, said: “We have a wealth of experience hosting weddings here at the hotel, however we understand each wedding is unique and the size of our venue means we can truly offer an individual experience to everyone who ‘ties the knot’ here.
From the 26 acres of gorgeous grounds surrounding the Garden Pavilion, to the former chapel – the ‘Callow Great Hall’ and the many function rooms available, we can cater for weddings from 2 to 300 guests and a wedding at St Anne’s Hall really does take your breath away.
The event will take place between 11am and 3pm on Sunday, May 29th.
For more information please visit https://www.stanbrookabbey.com/