Stoneleigh Abbey welcomes group bookings of 15 or more for private tours of the house. Parties of over 40 people will be divided into smaller groups for ease of movement through the house. We recommend that groups allow at least four hours for their visit. Tour subjects on offer for groups are listed below. We ask that groups contact us to pre-book at or by phone on 01926 858535. We offer a discounted price and free coach parking for groups.
Group visits now available all year round not just during our open season to the public.
Groups wishing to include a light lunch as part of their day can pre-book a buffet at just £17.00 per person. We are sorry, but we cannot provide hot food options at this time. Please click below to view the buffet menu. If not a buffet then why not a tea and cake snack. All group bookings will have refreshments served in the vaulted hall of the west wing.
Unfortunately we do not offer Vegan or Gluten free alternatives
Looking for something a little different for your group meeting or function? If you are based in the local area, one of our knowledgeable guides will come to your venue to speak on subjects relating to Stoneleigh Abbey. Subjects currently on offer include Jane Austen, the General History of Stoneleigh Abbey,. If you wish for something specific, please ask and we will try our best to accommodate you. Pricing available upon request. Please email or phone 01926 858535 for more information.
A tour covering the broad history of the Abbey from its beginnings as a monastic house in 1154 to the modern day. A good tour for those interested in a bit of information on the family and the construction of the house. Learn about the Leigh family, their famed guests, their connections with the local community, and how the Abbey progressed from a dissolved monastery to a fine country house.
Learn about the connection between the Leighs of Stoneleigh Abbey and Jane Austen, and find out what brought the author to the property in 1806. See how the house and its portraits may have influenced Austen's writings, and experience her visit through the eyes of her mother, who wrote a letter about her stay at Stoneleigh.