Located in the heart of the West Midlands in Worcestershire, Stanbrook Abbey sits beneath the Malvern Hills surrounded by 26 acres of extensive gardens. The venue is located five miles from Worcester and Worcester Foregate Street train station and is easily accessible from the M5.
Worcestershire is a place of great contrasts from picturesque villages and lively towns to woodland, fertile river valleys and luscious fruit orchards. The county is bathed in history and holds plenty of significant buildings and museums to discover with Stanbrook Abbey sitting amongst them.
Originally built as a contemplative house for Benedictine nuns, Stanbrook Abbey dates back to the early 16th century and is completely unique. Its historic past lives on through original architecture – dramatic stone cloisters and gothic stained-glass windows complimented by indulgent touches and modern luxury interiors.
The Callow Great Hall is the former chapel of the abbey and is a stunning setting for your traditional wedding ceremony. The Garden Pavilion is located just a stone’s throw away from the Willow Lake and is a beautiful open space which provides you with your own private garden for your evening party.
One of the most standout features of Stanbrook Abbey has to be the Bride’s Manor – a Georgian style manor house linked to the Abbey via a cloister, with it’s own private access, Bride’s parlour and dressing rooms, drawing room and five bedrooms – a perfect place to prepare for your wedding day.