Warner Leisure Hotels has announced that this year will see a multi-million pound investment in its ongoing effort to improve all of its 13 properties across England and Wales.
Over the next two years, Warner Leisure Hotels has plans to invest £5 million in a massive re-design of its Historic and Signature rooms across its property portfolio. Spearheaded by top UK interior designers Sophie Robinson and Pauline McCormic, 2009 will see a £2 million spend towards room redesign creating a new standard of luxury at Warner.
Nidd Hall Hotel, nestled by Harrogate and the Yorkshire Dales, is seeing one of the largest investments out of all the Warner Leisure Hotel properties for 2009. £1 million will be invested towards 51 room refurbishments as well as a full re-design of the on-site Rawson Restaurant.
Warner has also upgraded its dining options for guests at Thoresby Hall who can now enjoy Italian fine dining at its best. Fenocchi’s, located in the original wine cellars of the House, features authentic Italian fare from the Tuscan mountains. Guests now have a choice of three restaurants, including The Pierrepont, the stunning main restaurant featuring a glass roof and stone walls, and The Blue Room, specialising in modern British cuisine.
This year, guests won’t have to travel far to enjoy the perfect beach short break. Inspired by the resort’s coastal location, Corton Coastal Resort now boasts a fabulous Beach Garden where guests can mingle, learn to paint, or practice tai chi – all year round. Designed by Sarah Eberle – 2007 Chelsea Garden Best in Show winner – this spectacular garden features seaside grasses and coastal flowers, shingles made of crushed shells, pebbles, sand and boulders, as well as ancient driftwood sculptures formed by centuries of erosion.
All Warner UK Breaks include full English or Continental breakfasts, 3 course evening meals, comfortable en-suite accommodation and a range of daytime and evening leisure activities and entertainment. Guests can also choose from over 700 Warner Leisure Experiences to take part in whilst on their break. Experiences range from gardening and painting to bell-ringing and tarot reading.