The North Wing - Boutique Bed and Breakfast
Tel: 01948 871662
Tel: 01948 871662
A stay in the North Wing at Combermere Abbey transports you to a place where history, beauty and luxury combine to create a truly unforgettable place to stay. Steeped in history, the North wing is the result of a major 18-month restoration project.
Combermere Abbey was established as a Cistercian monastery in 1133. In 1536 King Henry VIII gave it to his trusted servant Sir George Cotton who created an Elizabethan manor house on the site of the original Abbey.
Welcomed by Stephan or Sue you will be treated to the rare experience of staying in one of our two sumptuous bedrooms, The Salamanca or The Bhurtpore housed within an especially romantic home with dreamy views from the breakfast table of the 143 acre mere where swans glide tranquilly about their business.
The Salamanca room furnished with a luxurious super king size, antique gilded tester bed and bedside tables with lamps. Decorated in tranquil shades of pale blue and silver, the room is completed by comfortable seating, flat screen television and full length mirror. The opulent en-suite bathroom features a marble clad bath, with spectacular views over the mere, full shower, toilet and his and hers basins.
The Bhurtpore room is home to a super king size bed, which if required, can be adapted into two twin beds. Bedside tables, wardrobe, designer armchair with flat screen television and fireplace complete the space. The cleverly designed en suite shower room comprises of a full shower with toilet, single basin and marble topped vanity unit, highlighting the stunning views across the mere.
The ground floor of The North Wing features the main living space with its comfortable sofas and antique writing desk. Striking fabrics, designed by Nina Campbell, frame the enchanting view across the vast lawns and mere. The restored decorative cornicing leads through to the dining room, with its grand table perfect for your delicious locally sourced breakfast. This room features the revived white marble fireplace which originated from the Wellington wing of the Abbey. Located off the dining room behind discreet sliding doors is the bespoke kitchen with quatrefoil detailing.
The stately staircase takes you to the first floor where both the Salamanca and Bhurtpore rooms reside. Guests can also relax in the second living room, The Tudor study, the perfect space to read, relax and rejuvenate.
Guests are also welcome to enjoy the two mile woodland walk, pleasure gardens and ancient woodland located on the Estate.
Marketing Cheshire Annual Awards 2017 WINNER BOUTIQUE ACCOMMODATION/SMALL HOTEL
Hudson Heritage Awards 2017 BEST PLACE TO STAY
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The North wing is adult only accommodation and unfortunately is not suitable for children or babies.
Regretfully pets cannot be accommodated at the North Wing; we can provide information on local boarding facilities if required.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|The Bhurtpore||from £150.00 to £165.00 per unit per night|
|The Salamanca||from £185.00 to £200.00 per unit per night|
Midweek (Monday to Thursday) – £185 per night
Weekend (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) – £200 per night
Midweek (Monday to Thursday) – £150 per night
Weekend (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) – £165 per night
|2021 (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
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