Warner breaks are grown-up treats. With 14 hotels and coastal villages dotted around the UK from North Wales to the Isle of Wight there’s plenty to discover. When staying in one these hotels you can see parts of Britain that you haven’t previously explored.
Facilities and activities vary by site and are often subject to availability, but can include: tennis, fencing, boules, archery and much more. Some packages on sale will also include entertainment with live bands and comedians often taking to the stage.
Plenty of coach packages are available and include a stay at a Warner resort, some allow time at leisure to explore and enjoy the acitivities on offer. Other coach breaks have touring itineraries included and offer excursions to nearby attractions and towns.
Turkey & Tinsel and festive breaks are also available.
Nidd Hall Hotel, Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Nidd Hall is a Grade II listed mansion set in the gorgeous Yorkshire Countryside. Rumour has it, Edward VIII met Wallis Simpson at a party held here. Every night there is entertainment with live music, dancing and comedy. In the grounds you’ll find a fishing lake whilst inside there is a Leisure Club with a heated swimming pool, steam room, sauna and more.
Thoresby Hall Hotel, Nr Ollerton, Nottinghamshire
Thoresby Hall Hotel features some original features enjoyed by Warner’s guests. The hotel features vaulted splendour in the Great Hall with deep armchairs. The terrace overlooks the croquet lawn and acres of parkland. There’s plenty of activities available from falconry to fencing and there will be live music every night.
Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel, Denbighshire, North Wales
This historic property on the North Wales coast has recently undergone a £6 million pound renovation. The Victorian Collection from the National PortraitGallery is situated in the grounds and also the Bodelwyddan Marble Church. The hotel offers a great range of leisure facilities, daily activites and nightly entertainment.
Alvaston Hall Hotel, Middlewich Road, Nantwich, Cheshire
This grade-two listed Victorian peoperty is the perfect place to relax and the perfect base to explore the surrounding attractions. The hotel boasts well-kept gardens, a nine-hole golf club, spa and an impressive range of entertainment.
Holme Lacy House Hotel, Bridge Road, Holme Lacy, Hereford
Completed in 1674, Holme Lacy House is set in 50 acres of gardens in the Wye Valley. There’s plenty of activities to do whilst away including a swimming pool, a choice of restaurants. It is also close to nearly attractions including Hereford Cathedral.
Littlecote House Hotel, Hungerford, Berkshire
This grade I Tudor manor was built in the mid-1500s and is steeped in history/ The grounds have a Roman mosaic floor with remains of a settlement. Henry VIII courted wife Jane Seymour here and the D-Day Landings were planned within the house. The hotel itself, has an outstanding restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA rosettes, there is live entertainment and plenty of activities to participate in.
Cricket St. Thomas Hotel, Chard, Somerset
Cricket St Thomas was said to have been visited by Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton. This country house is set amongst stunning parkland, lakes, gardens and woodlands. The hotel provides entertainment, including live performances and excellent dining.
Studley Castle, Warwickshire
This reinvented castle is the newest Warners Country Hotel. Set in the heart of heart of Shakespeare's land, this Grade II listed building is steeped in history. With over 28 acres of countryside to explore there is plenty of space for activities or to find a quiet spot.
Corton Coastal Village, The Street, Corton, Nr Lowestoft
Based close to the resort of Southwold, a Warner Coastal village has all the comfort you come to expect from Warners but in the easy atmosphere of a holiday home. Corton Coastal village has a chalet theme and rooms are decorated with pastel colours and many have sea views from their terraces.
Gunton Hall Coastal Village, Gunton Avenue, Lowestoft, Suffolk
Within walking distance of the beach, Gunton Hall Coastal Village is surrounded by Woodland, lakes, gardens and a pitch and putt course. The resort is a short drive from the Norfolk Broads and Southwold. The resort has luxury Royale rooms in the original historic building, lodges or chalets. Activities wise there is bowls, a leisure centre and much more.
Sinah Warren Coastal Hotel, Ferry Road, Hayling Island, Hampshire
Situated on Hayling Island, an exclusive inlet on the Hampshire coast, the Sinah Warren coastal resort is an elegant hotel with rooms overlooking the Langstone Harbour with gardens or balconies. The hotel is surrounded by lush gardens, a heated outdoor pool, tennis courts and more. There’s live entertainment each night and an excellent restaurant.
Lakeside Coastal Village, Fishery Lane, Hayling Island, Hampshire
Also situated on Hayling Island, the Lakeside resort makes a great place to visit. Near to Arundel and Portsmouth Harbour there’s plenty of days out to enjoy. You can also enjoy dining, nightly entertainment, bars, pitch and putt, archery and much more.
Norton Grange Coastal Village, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight
Perfect for those who love all things aquatic, Norton Grange is made up of Chalets and has stunning views over the Solent. Close by are a Maritime Museum, planetarium, model railway and more. Castaways, the restaurant offers a broad menu.
Bembridge Coast Hotel, Bembridge, Isle of Wight
Located directly on the beachfront, the Bembridge Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the Isle of Wight. Balcony rooms allow guests to enjoy the sunsets, live music and dancing takes place in the late lounge. Visitors can enjoy long coastal walks, or try their hand at archery, bowls, rifle shooting more.