The courses will be held at Stoneleigh Abbey, steeped in history and grandeur, with the peace and tranquillity of the countryside.
Situated near to Coventry with easy access from the M40 and M6 motorways. Stoneleigh Abbey was fashioned from the ruins of the old abbey in the 1560s by the Leigh family who continued to live there for the next 400 years. The Abbey sits in 690 acres of parkland and gardens alongside the river Avon. Humphry Repton was the landscape designer following the tradition of Capability Brown, and considered his work at Stoneleigh amongst his finest work.
- Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 2LF
- 01926 858535 for the venue itself or 01825 761143 for all enquiries and course bookings.
How to find the Stoneleigh Abbey
By Car - Stoneleigh Abbey is on the B4115 which runs between Coventry & Leamington Spa. It is just off the A46, & the A452 Leamington – Kenilworth road, & easily approached from the M45/A45 & M1, M6, M40 (Jcn 15). Please note that there is no access to Stoneleigh Abbey from Stoneleigh Park. Some SatNav systems may direct you to approach the abbey via the B4113 and the Stoneleigh Park/NAC entrance. You CANNOT access the Abbey from this entrance.
By Train - Coventry BR station is 4 miles from the Abbey – Coventry is served by trains from London Euston, Birmingham, Wolverhampton & the West Coast Mainline & connects to local cities & towns – catch the No 539 Bus from the Warwick Road outside the station & alight at Stoneleigh Village. Leamington Spa BR station is 8 miles from the venue – served by trains from Marylebone, Reading & the West, Oxford, Birmingham, & local cities & towns. Catch the 538 Leamington Spa – Coventry bus from the Leamington Spa Parade – 5 minutes from station – alight at Stoneleigh Village.
By Bus - No 539 Coventry – Kenilworth, & No 538 Leamington Coventry run past the entrance to the venue – see above
On Arrival - The entrance to the Abbey is clearly signposted from the B4115.Upon entering the Abbey Grounds from the B4115 follow the road over the Charles Rennie bridge and through the avenue of trees. On your far right you will see the West Wing. You will then see the red sandstone Medieval Gatehouse on your left. Entrance to the Abbey is via the Gatehouse. Follow the Pedestrian & Vehicle access will be clearly sign Parking Free Parking is available at the venue