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Shakespeare Country Conference Bureau


Birmingham Road,
CV35 7NB


Wroxall Abbey Estate is steeped in history and today is an unrivalled location, with privacy and security amidst unspoilt parklands and gardens, set in beautiful countryside, yet easily accessible.

It offers a range of 70 individually designed bedrooms, from the comfortable and creative rooms and suites of Wroxall Court to the classic style and luxury of Wroxall Mansion. Guests can enjoy an excellent selection of great menus and drinks in a choice of restaurants and bars.

Wren's Cathedral is the epitome of the traditional Country Chapel, but with its Grade I listing and approaching a millennium of heritage, it is a rare classic. It has a wonderful ambiance, excellent acoustics and numerous unique features, including some of the oldest stained glass in the country, the figurine of Prioress Isabella Shakespeare, William's Aunt, and the tomb of Sir Christopher Wren's wife, with commemorative plaques for five generations of Christopher Wrens, plus intricate stonework and statues. Bounded by yew hedge and entered via the covered lych gate, it enjoys an intimate setting.

With these great buildings, set in the scenic array of landscaped grounds, gardens and historic lakes, and complimented by the Spa and Club Wroxall Abbey Estate is the perfect destination.

Board members and groups will find the Estate a secure and private destination for vital business meetings, providing a most conducive environment for thinking and decision making.

Each member of the group is treated like our personal guest. Our unique attractive setting facilitates productive group activities, combined with a range of dining and recreational pursuits.

Release your creativity and take the stress out of life, with a peaceful stroll in the grounds or in the sunken garden, relax by the lake, or perhaps a more energetic jog or game of tennis.


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