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Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth

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  • Set in the Warwickshire countryside this lovely abbey shows all that was once the pinnacle of society! Still a gorgeous place with great grounds this abbey lies not far from the village of Stoneleigh....  more »
  • We visited Stoneleigh Abbey for Festive Tea on a Groupon offer. The conservatory is cold in the winter and so the Festive Tea was moved to the Vaulted Hall Tearoom, which is under the main staircase o...  more »
  • Having purchased afternoon festive tea vouchers which implied a festive based tea in the orangery we were surprised to be directed to an undercroft down some steps with only high windows giving us no ...  more »
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  • we had a great day out at the abbey the teas and food was outstanding and service .well kept grounds and a great tour highly recamended well worth the trip
  • Glorious Baroque mansion. The older medieval gatehouse is the only one I’ve ever seen in the UK. The place bursts into life when you take one of the tours. We had Nicolas to give us the history tour and Paul to do the Jane Austen. These guys are brilliant and a credit to the place. I found the 700 year old bench in the gatehouse- where you left your weapons before entering the monastery quite breathtaking. Tea room was excellent particularly as I’ve had horrid experiences in a few historic houses recently drinking tea which tasted a bit….dish washer. Sharon and a young lad made a cracking Earl Grey and I had a delicious sandwich. 4 quid to get in and 4 quid for each tour The tours are brilliant, hilarious and highly entertaining ….pretty cheap for an evocative journey into history. I’ll be back
  • A lovely old state house, with idyllic views and walks.
  • A hidden gem. We hadn't realised it was open to the public. We thoroughly enjoyed the Jane Austen tour. The tour guide kept our 4 and 6 year olds hooked throughout too!
  • Beautiful building with so much history including a Jane austen connection