Some of the beautiful properties on offer from Warner Leisure Hotels are Grade I and II listed buildings.
While other Warner Leisure Hotels are noted for their stunning coastal or countryside settings.
All Warner Leisure Hotels are surrounded by immaculate gardens and have a relaxed and informal ambience for all to enjoy.

Warner Leisure Country Hotels
Alvaston Hall Hotel Alvaston Hall Hotel, Cheshire
A Grade II-listed Victorian gem among the leafy lanes of Cheshire
You’ll find few lovelier locations than the one occupied by the grand country estate of Alvaston Hall. Cheshire’s old riverside town of Nantwich, the beautiful Cathedral at Chester and the tranquil water gardens at Stapeley: all are just short drives from a delightful neo-Tudor hotel that offers you modern and appealing amenities.
Bodelwyddan Castle Bodelwyddan Castle, North Wales
A Grade II-listed Victorian folly with spectacular views of the North Wales coastline

A lavishly magnificent Victorian Folly peering out over the spectacular North Wales coast, Bodelwyddan Castle has enjoyed many guises. Variously a folly, a house, a military establishment and a school, today it’s home to the National Portrait Gallery. It’s also as welcoming and relaxing a hotel as any you’ll find
Cricket St Thomas Hotel, Somerset Cricket St Thomas Hotel, Somerset
A Grade II-listed country house in the heart of Somerset

A gorgeous 19th-Century mansion set in the heart of Somerset’s cider country, Cricket St Thomas is noted for the glorious mature trees and shrubs in its 46 acres of Grade II-listed lakes and gardens, the12th-Century parish church of St. Thomas – and centuries of noble ownership both famous and diverse. This stunning country hotel will welcome you as ‘to the manor born’ and yes, this was the location for the famous TV series...
Holme Lacy House
Holme Lacy House Hotel, Herefordshire
A Grade I-listed stately home and handsome estate near the Wye Valley
Why the Wye Valley? Holme Lacy has to be reason enough. At this AA 4-star, Grade 1-listed mansion, we’ve put our best historical foot forward so you can enjoy to the full one of the loveliest parts of rural Britain. We call it 18th-Century elegance combined with 21st-century modernity. You’ll call it a stay to remember.
Littlecote House Littlecote House Hotel, Berkshire
A Grade I-listed Tudor property steeped in history on the charming Cotswold Borders

Gothic romance, lip-smacking scandal and a murder tradition worthy of the stateliest Tudor pile: there’s little to touch Littlecote House. With its Dutch Parlour, Cromwellian chapel and nearby Roman remains, the Littlecote story is a millennia-old journey through regal antiquity.
Nidd Hall Hotel Nidd Hall Hotel, North Yorkshire
A Grade II-listed retreat in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales

Almost a Victorian and medieval fantasy. Nidd Hall was named for a village many thought the ‘capitol’ of Yorkshire’s Nidderdale. It’s the English form of the Celtic Nith, or Shining River. And it’s a pretty way of describing a truly pretty place, set at the gateway to the delightful Dales and less than half-an-hour from the ruins of one of Britain’s finest Cistercian abbeys.
Thoresby Hall Hotel Thoresby Hall Hotel & Spa, Nottinghamshire
A Grade I-listed mansion on the edge of Sherwood Forest

Perched on the edge of Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, the house, gardens and parklands of Thoresby Hall & Spa are as grand an invocation of the 18th and 19th-Centuries as you’ll find. Balconies and cupolas on the outside, galleries and tapestries within and all bound in unforgettable period elegance; Thoresby Hall has it all.

Warner Leisure Coastal Hotels & Villages
Bembridge Coast Hotel Bembridge Coast Hotel, Isle of Wight
A superb modern hotel with glorious views of the Solent

Turreted, tranquil, imposing, impeccable. Bembridge Coast Hotel sits on a secluded eastern shore of the Isle of Wight just metres from the lapping, glistening Solent. With its 23 acres of grounds, its elegantly landscaped gardens and its marvellous sea views, Bembridge Coast is the ideal place from which to explore the island that occupying Romans called ‘Vectis’.
Sinah Warren Hotel Sinah Warren Hotel, Hayling Island
A modern hotel with lovely gardens by the water at Langstone Harbou
Delicately poised at the tip of Hampshire’s Hayling Island and with a breath of fresh air from the sparkling Solent, Sinah Warren started life as a 15th-Century health arm. Today, its health-giving properties retained, the hotel is your perfect base for enjoying some of the English south coast’s finest attractions, from the handsome city and boatyard of Chichester to the historic harbour at Portsmouth.
Corton Coastal Village Corton Coastal Village, Suffolk
A cliff-top village with wonderful views out to sea

The coastal village of Corton sits on a cliff overlooking the North Sea, almost straddling the Norfolk/Suffolk border. It’s your recipe for a special holiday: combine big Suffolk skies with the small wonders of the East Anglian coast, fold in the nearby delights of Constable Country, the porcelain centre of Lowestoft and the mighty city of Norwich, and enjoy the results.
Gunton Hall Coastal Village Gunton Hall Coastal Village, Suffolk
A welcoming seaside village in a wooded glade on the stunning Suffolk coast

Gunton Hall’s gladed coastal setting is hard to beat. With comfortable accommodation laced around 50 acres, a walled garden, secluded woodland and freshwater fishing lake, everything’s close enough to the expansive East Anglian beach to make the short stroll a formality. Beyond the Village? It’s not far to the seaside town of Southwold, the sunken Saxon port of Dunwich and the cathedral city of Norwich.
Lakeside Coastal Village Lakeside Coastal Village, Hayling Island
A friendly village atmosphere between the lake and sea on Hayling Island

Sitting peacefully on the south coast of Hampshire’s Hayling Island, the reputation for village-like geniality that characterises Lakeside precedes it by a country mile. A beach width from the Solent and with Chichester harbour, Arundel Castle and Portsmouth naval shipyard just short drives away, it’ll make your stay as memorable as you wish it to be.
Norton Grange Coastal Village Norton Grange Coastal Village, Isle of Wight
A wonderful village with some of the best views on the Island

Norton Grange is a wonderful coastal village which gazes out across the glorious Western Solent. It’s where you’ll enjoy a host of pleasures: a wonderfully serpentine country park, rich with flora and fauna; the remains of Fort Victoria with its maritime museum, planetarium, aquarium and model railway; and, not far away, the regal splendour of Carisbrooke Castle.