Warner Leisure Hotels is supporting the Craft Guild of Chefs in their quest to find some of the UK’s best young chefs with the return of the Graduate Awards for 2014. Chefs who are 23 or under and have what it takes to impress top culinary experts should download an entry form from the Craft Guild of Chefs website. We always encourage our younger chefs to apply and we are really proud of their results for food made with genuine love and care.
Where to begin, this is a hidden gold mine on the Isle of Wight.
We stayed here at Warner Hotels and had a truly wonderful holiday.
The grounds are well looked after, and the views are just lovely…
The staff at this Warner’s are by far the best in the company. Corey our waiter, Byron on the entertainments staff, Karen and Darren in the coffee shop and Kevin the bookings man are all brilliant! Where do you find them? Very friendly and do more than needed.” Tripadvisor, Jan 14
Garden Chalet Suites
8 new Contemporary designed Garden Chalet Suites complete with Beautifully designed Bedroom & Lounge.
These rooms also boast Landscaped Garden Patio’s & Allocated parking next to room.
It’s sustainable, healthy and really tasty, so it’s hard to fathom why rabbit is still such an underused meat in the UK. We’ve created a simple dish with healthy, fresh ingredients for our next instalment of Warner Masterclass 2014 series.
Enjoy the events hosted by the Thoresby Estates’ whilst on your break with Warner Leisure Hotels’ Thoresby Hall in Nottinghamshire. With an array of exciting events for guests over the next few months from a car show to a country fair to visit.
Warner Leisure Hotels has 13 Hotels and Villages dotted around the UK in some of the best locations from the heart of Somerset to the glistening UK coast. Bembridge Coast Hotel sits on a secluded eastern shore off the Isle of Wight just metres from the glistening Solent, the perfect setting for a 3-night weekend break away!
A stunning seaside retreat with a twist or two…
The story of Norton Grange, a wonderful coastal village which gazes out over the glorious western Solent, begins appropriately with a double-first. For the understatedly pretty nearby port of Yarmouth was not only the first recorded town on the Isle of Wight, but also the very first port to be discussed in the Domesday Book.
Just how easy is it to get to the Isle of Wight?…. A one word answer, Easy!
Many of our new guests have many concerns over travelling to the Isle of Wight, what does it involve? Do I need a passport? How long does it take? Is the ferry really rocky?