A poem written by a first-time guest at Alvaston Hall Hotel which is situated on the edge of leafy Cheshire.
There’s talk that the unsettled weather we’ve been treated to in recent months might actually give way to some sunshine over the coming weeks, with temperatures improving to near, or slightly above, average by the end of the month. The southeast is expected to get some of the best weather so if you’re planning a break, why not consider heading for Corton Coastal Village in Suffolk.
The team at Corton have been hard at work over the last few months, not only adding the finishing touches to the new Clifftop Lodge Rooms, which opened in time for Easter, but also landscaping and revamping the outdoor areas and leisure facilities.
Pies, they’ve been around in one form or another for thousands of years, with links back to the ancient Egyptians. There are references to “pyes” in the English language going back to the 14th century and according to recent reports, crumbly, flaky pastry delights have never been more popular.
There’s nothing more we love at Warner than live music and great entertainment, and there’s a real treat in store for anyone who is planning to book late breaks at Warner Leisure Hotels on the Isle of Wight at the end of this month. Between May 31 and June 2 there will be music and dancing galore as the Old Gaffers Festival comes to the island.
It’s almost 15 years since former cruise ship singer Jane McDonald well and truly hit the big time by topping the UK charts with her self-titled debut album. After becoming an overnight success and gaining a huge following as a result of her appearance on the BBC docusoap The Cruise back in 1998, Jane has gone on to release numerous music singles, albums and DVDs, as well as co-present the hit daytime chat show Loose Women. Now she’s heading to Warner to treat fans to a night they’ll never forget. Continue reading
When it comes to raising money for charity, we’re not ones to stand still. Cycling on the spot though… we’re all for it! We announced last September that The Royal British Legion would be our charity for 2013 and in just six months we managed to raise more than £60,000. Continue reading