The Cosener's House, Abingdon
The Cosener’s House occupies a picturesque Thames-side position in the grounds of the medieval Abbey of Abingdon, 8 miles from Oxford. It takes its name from the Cuisinier or Kitchener (the official responsible for providing food for the Abbey). The older part of the present building is the central portion which dates from the mid-eighteenth century.
These days the Cosener's House is a wonderful retreat to which we invite you to stay overnight in one of the comfortable rooms or make use of the meeting rooms and catering facility.
There are 50 on-site bedrooms, 5 meeting rooms and a spacious dining room with private bar facilities. With views of their private river view gardens and the River Thames, this is an ideal location of conferences, weddings and events.