Warner Leisure Breaks - Thoresby Hall Hotel
Turkey And Tinsel Theme
Warner Hotels offer a high standard of accommodation, food & facilities and are well known for fabulous cabarets attracting some of the country’s biggest star names. A wide range of activities and leisure facilities from bowls, tennis and croquet to indoor swimming pools, saunas, fitness studios and much more are available for your enjoyment. Every Warner Hotel has its own dance floor and resident band.
On a Warner holiday with Ellen Smith Tours you’ll understand what it means to be spoilt for choice!
All the bedrooms are well appointed with private facilities and are equipped with TV, telephone, hairdryer, free wi-fi, safe, comfy chairs, reading lights and tea/coffee making facilities.
Please Note: Bedrooms may be located away from the main building where the restaurant and entertainment is.
Breakfasts & Evening Meals
Use of Leisure Facilities
Please Note: There may be an extra cost for use of some of the facilities.
Entertainment: Gold Turkey & Tinsel Festive Fun with an early Christmas & New Year rolled into one.
- We enjoy a day out which takes us to the small market town of Bakewell in the Derbyshire Dales. Perhaps best known for its unique Bakewell Pudding, Bakewell also offers the visitor a splendid range of shops to browse or take a stroll by the River Wye or relax in one of the local cafes, tea rooms and pubs.
- We head into Lincolnshire with a visit to Stamford, with its stunning Georgian architecture and a great range of historic attractions. From lovely walks along the River Welland to the bustling high street, Stamford is a lovely place to visit.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Thoresby Hall Hotel ~ Nottinghamshire
A magnificent stately home near Sherwood Forest
One of Nottinghamshire’s most important houses, Thoresby’s original features are still enjoyed by Warner’s guests today. There are deep armchairs in the vaulted splendour of the Great Hall, and the house’s broad terrace overlooks a croquet lawn and acres of classic parkland. This Grade I listed 19th-century country house, once lived in by Dukes, has old-age splendour combined with 21st century comfort and an unrivalled welcoming atmosphere. There are a wide range of activities available and live music each night.Back to top