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Standard Triumph Picnic & Hog Roast

13th May 2018
Standard Triumph Picnic & Hog Roast

Celebrating 95 years of Triumph Motorcars

The pre-1940 Triumph Motor Club are hosting a picnic for all Standard and Triumph car clubs at Wroxall Abbey on 13th May 2018.

The picnic is to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the first Triumph car, the 10/20, which entered production in 1923. Up until then Triumph had made bicycles and motorcycles and, as they say, the rest is history. The format is simple - turn up in your Triumph with a picnic and marvel at the range of Standard and Triumph cars assembled on the lawns of this historic venue. Dating back to the 12th Century and once the country seat of Sir Christopher Wren, Wroxall Abbey is not only a beautiful country house hotel in Warwickshire, but one of the most historic. The Grade I listed Wren's Cathedral, with almost an entire millennium of heritage, is a rare and unique feature of the Warwick Estate. For those without a picnic there will be food available from Wroxall Abbey including a hog roast.

About Wroxall Abbey

Dating back to the 12th Century and once the country seat of Sir Christopher Wren, Wroxall Abbey is not only a beautiful country house hotel in Warwickshire, but one of the most historic. With an unrivalled location; offering seclusion and intimacy amidst 27 acres of unspoilt parkland and gardens, Wroxall Abbey truly is one of the finest hotels in Warwickshire. The Grade I listed Wren's Cathedral, with almost an entire millennium of heritage, is a rare and unique feature of the Warwick Estate. Guests are invited to take a leisurely stroll around the grounds during their stay and take in the splendour and striking nature of these celebrated buildings.With access to these fascinating and historic buildings, and set in such a scenic array of beautiful landscaped grounds Wroxall Abbey Hotel is the perfect destination for any occasion. Not only does Wroxall have an illustrious history and a beautiful setting, the hotel also benefits from outstanding leisure facilities. As well as enjoying Sir Christopher Wren's renowned architecture, hotel guests can also unwind in our relaxing spa; enjoy the indoor pool; or sweat it out on the tennis courts.

Staying overnight.

If you wish to take up accomodation at Wroxhall Abey then the event can offer special rates:

Wroxall Court:

Single occupancy - £85.00 per night

Double occupancy - £102.00 per night

Mansion House

Single occupancy - £90.00 per night

Double occupancy - £110.00 per night

All rates are quoted bed & breakfast and including VAT nad can be booked with the venue directly: www.wroxall.com

The Triumph 10/20 began production of Triumph Motor Cars in 1923 and remained on sale for three years