Warner Leisure Hotels

A Warner break is very special …… it is full of everything you enjoy most.

Watch dazzling live entertainment, meet like-minded people and try lots of new activities including bowls, shooting and even join in a dance workshop.

From long walks along the beach to archery in the garden, there are a fantastic range of activities to do and places to explore. Not only this but you will dine on sumptuous buffet breakfasts and three-course evening meals each day of your stay, all included in the price of your break. As the sun goes down, sit back and enjoy the fabulous entertainment and dance to your heart’s content. You will also notice something unusual on a Warner break…no children! Warner love children just like you do, but this is your time, your chance to relax and have a good time without the little ones.

The secret of a great holiday is location, Warner Leisure Hotels have country and coastal hotels and villages in some of Britain’s most beautiful scenic areas. With charm and character at every hotel and village, you'll soon discover a wealth of activities to enjoy, landscaped gardens to explore, relaxing bars, excellent food and professional cabaret each evening. With 13 fantastic country and coastal locations around the UK to choose from, why not consider a Warner Leisure Hotel break for your next group holiday.

Holme Lacy House – Herefordshire With gardens based on those found at nearby Hampton Court Castle and many picturesque locations within easy reach, there is always plenty of ways for you to enjoy this stunning area. Standing in 20 acres of parkland within the Wye Valley, this Grade I Georgian mansion enjoys a splendid lakeside setting. The food is delicious and with three lovely restaurants as well as garden terraces and lounges to snack in, one thing is for certain – you will not go hungry. Dine in either of the two main restaurants, The Courtyard or The Bremner Scott, with hot and cold buffet breakfasts and 3-course evening meals or treat yourself to fine dining in The Orchard for a small supplement.

Cricket St Thomas – Somerset This is a real gem surrounded by rolling countryside. A beautiful Grade II listed Regency mansion, located deep in cider country, it is set within a landscape of sweeping lawns, mature cedar trees and artificial lakes designed by Capability Brown. Cricket St Thomas was used as the setting for ‘To The Manor Born’ and is an idyllic spot to escape to. Eat, drink and be waited on as you relax and unwind and with two restaurants to choose from, as well as bars, lounges and tea rooms, there is always somewhere new to explore.

Alvaston Hall – Cheshire is an elegant and charming hotel nestled in leafy Cheshire. As well as being a truly cosy building snuggled in a peaceful setting, Alvaston Hall is also close to a variety of  attractions and interesting towns, including Chester, Liverpool and Manchester. With new rooms, a beautifully refurbished cabaret diner and Fountains Bar, landscaped gardens as well as much more, this is the perfect base from where to explore the north west.

Bodelwyddan Castle - North Wales is set in a stunning location with truly beautiful grounds, looking out over the North Wales coast and the Clwydian mountains. It is a hidden Welsh gem where there is much to do. Enjoy beautiful woodland walks and see the 500 year old mulberry trees. Once your exploring is complete, why not try some bowling at either the indoor complex or Crown Green. Whatever your interests, this Welsh retreat has plenty of surprises behind its walls.

Nidd Hall – North Yorkshire feels special from the moment you arrive. From the beautiful old house with colourful grounds, through to the picturesque and  historical nearby towns of  Harrogate & Ripon, the setting of this hotel is simply perfect.  A Grade II listed, this imposing Georgian Hall on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales lies within 45 acres of parkland and is rumoured to have been where Edward VII first met Mrs Simpson. Retaining many original features, 4 star rated Nidd Hall is complemented by a splendid arrangement of Victorian sculpted lawns, a beautiful maze garden and terraces. Delicious lunches, snacks and cream teas can be ordered in the Terrace Tearooms or for something stronger, choose between The Mountgarret or Lounge Bar where beer, wine and cocktails are available until late every day.

Thoresby Hall - Nottinghamshire with its stunning gardens, unique spa, superb entertainment and daytime activities, is a superb setting for a getaway and is the perfect retreat country hotel. Situated on the edge of Sherwood Forest, Thoresby demonstrates Victorian revival architecture at its most exuberant. With its relaxing surroundings as well as a luxurious range of refreshing and calming treatments, there could not be a more relaxing destination. Whether you regularly enjoy being pampered or a first-time spa visitor, the Spa at Thoresby Hall is the perfect place to spoil yourself.

Bembridge Coast Hotel - Isle of Wight is set within 23 acres of grounds and  is one of the best hotels on the island. It has one of the best settings sitting on the secluded eastern shore of the Isle of Wight. Standing just above the shoreline, the hotel's lawns run down to the Solent and offer spectacular sea views and relaxing beach walks. After dinner enjoy an evening of singing, dancing and entertainment and you may find yourself jiving into the early hours. The entertainment team get the fun going followed by hilarious comedy or a dance with their fabulous band. 

Contact us now to enquire regarding your next bespoke Warner Leisure Hotel short break.

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