The hotel company behind the four-star Coombe Abbey hotel in Warwickshire has appointed a new sales manager.
Stephanie Taylor joins the No Ordinary Hospitality Management (NOHM) team, which was launched last April and whose portfolio of hotel services includes all 121 rooms Coombe Abbey Hotel, two cafes, an ice cream parlor, a florist and a Go Ape adventure site in the grounds of Coombe Abbey.
Taylor has over ten years of hospitality experience.
She said: “It is an absolute privilege to join such an experienced team at a really exciting time in the middle of the City of Culture.
“I will make sure everyone is up to date with what we are doing at the hotel and at No Ordinary Hospitality Management, making the most of everything on offer, from Go Ape to corporate events and conferences. , including weddings and parties.
“We have all learned so much in the past 12 months. It has given us a chance to reset ourselves, to look at things from a different perspective and to come up with original ideas. This is a fantastic opportunity and I have can’t wait to put my own twist on it. “
NOHM has also taken over the management of the newly refurbished Grade II listed St Mary’s Guildhall in Coventry city center as a venue for weddings, events and conferences.
In addition, the company has been appointed by Historic Coventry Trust to manage six historic cottages launched as holiday boutique and visitor accommodation.
Ron Terry, Director of Operations at Coombe Abbey Park and NOHM, said: “Stephanie’s experience will be a great asset and a huge boost to our team, especially as we look to the future with all exciting management contracts we recently won. “