Warwickshire’s Coombe Abbey launches two new F&B concepts

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Coombe Abbey Hotel in Warwickshire has launched two new F&B concepts, local produce shop Abbey Artisan Market and dessert diner The Sundae Club.

The two new concepts come from No Ordinary Hospitality Management, the company which runs Coombe Abbey Hotel.

The two new outlets, which have seen a £185,000 investment, are inside the Visitor Centre at Coombe Abbey Park.

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The Sundae Club is inspired by the 1950s and features retro teal leather booths, diner bar stools and baby pink walls, as well as a 50s-inspired playlist providing background music.

Visitors can order a wide variety of ice cream sundaes, waffles, crepes and shakes.

The Abbey Artisan Market is stocked with produce from local suppliers, including Coombe Abbey Gin specially created by Thousand Trades Distillery, an artisan spirits producer in Redditch.

A range of Christmas gift packs are also available, plus Holy Cow artisan curry kits, preserves and chutneys from The Bay Tree and Cotswold Fayre as well as outdoor wear from Regatta Clothing.

Richard Harrison, Managing Director of No Ordinary Hospitality Management, said: “Our desire is to drive visitors to Coombe as more of a destination and to give people an extra reason to visit.

“We are passionate about supporting local suppliers in The Abbey Artisan Market and would like to invite local food and drink producers across Coventry and Warwickshire looking to showcase their products in the store to please contact No Ordinary Hospitality Management.

“With The Sundae Club, we had an idea to create a fun, colourful dessert diner with a 1950s feel in a different setting as usually they are found on the high street. Hopefully it will be the first of many!”

No Ordinary Hospitality Management also runs The Café in the Park, Kiosk in the Park and an ice-cream kiosk located within the grounds of the 500-acre parklands.

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