Alvaston Hall is a Grade II listed Victorian property and is a half-timbered country house, set close to the riverside town of Nantwich in Cheshire. This great hotel gives you a memorable experience in impressive grounds.
Bodelwyddan Castle (pronounced bod-el-with-an),
an impressive Grade II listed Victorian building. Set near the North Wales coast close to Snowdonia.
Cricket St. Thomas setting for the TV series To The Manor Born and also visited by Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton frequently. Set in parkland, lakes.
Holme Lacy House completed in 1674 and is now a Grade I listed mansion, Charles II, and William Pitt visited this house, Holme Lacy is one of Herefordshire’s treasures.
Littlecote House was bulit around the 1500's and is now a Grade I listed Tudor manor, set close to Lowestoft in Suffolk. This stunning location has played host to a Civil War army, Henry VIII courted Jane Seymour here, and the D-Day landings were planned.
Nidd Hall did Edward VIII meet Mrs Wallis Simpson at a party here. Set in 45 acres Nidd Hall has great night time entertainment as well as all day activities you would expect from Warner Hotels.
Newest member of Waner Hotels, represents the perfect setting for a short break in Warwickshire. With over 180 years of history and a compleat revamping - what more could you wish for?
Bembrigde Coast Hotel on the Isle of Wight, overlooking the Solent - this is where late Queen Mother used to come to watch the racing yachts during Cowes Week. Overlooking a wonderful beach makes this a great place to stay.
Corton Coastal Village Hotel on the Suffolk coast has chalets, suites and garden lodges for all tastes, some overlooking the sea. There is much to see and do here.
Gunton Hall Coastal Village set in 55 acres of woodland in Suffolk. You can relax by a picturesque lake or may be just do your own thing.
Lakeside Coastal Village set around a swan lake here in Hampshire. thre is a central courtyard where you will find a café and cosy bar along with nightly entertainment and dining.
Norton Grange Coastal Village on the Isle of Wight is a chalet village with views across the Solent occupied by the Royal Navy during WWII and now a great holiday destination.