Walking with Warner

Ahh, beautiful spring walks… aren’t they a dream? Are you partial to a short ramble in the likes of the serene, sleepy Somerset village of Kingsdon? Or you might prefer to make your way over nine miles of luscious English landscape, where you’ll be treated to dramatic views over Nidderdale from Guise Cliff. Whatever you fancy, at Warner, we have it all.

Warner is all about choice and the walks surrounding our locations are no different. Steeped in history, the walking routes have so much to offer you or your party. The beauty of wandering around a Warner Hotel is that we have worked hard with our partners at various tourist boards to ensure our suggested routes can be embarked on by all Warner guests!

The Isle of Wight is a unique area with a range of jaunts that can be boosted by the islands’ mini microclimate. As one of the most southerly parts of the UK, the Isle of Wight offers a milder climate than most other areas in the UK. Further to the perk of T-shirt weather, the island offers a unique geological landscape which caters for some beautiful landscapes with just about every soil and rock type in the south of England in evidence – great for a holiday snap! It’s almost essential to take a gentle stroll along some of island’s quietest lanes whilst sampling the charming coastal views and unique wildlife. And just think of that thirst-quenching tipple at the end…

If woodland is more your style, then Thoresby Hall may float your boat. With walks that allow guests to enjoy a gentle 6 mile walk through woods and across heathland to uncover inspiring views over a lake and a chapel, Thoresby Hall could be just the break that you’re after.

If you’re seeking a slightly tougher challenge whilst staying with us then Nidd Hall may be best for you. Tackling an 11 mile route to the summit of Yorkshire’s second highest dale, Ingleborough, will reward you with the stunning scenery of the gorge of Trow Gill and Gaping Gill as well as the famous Ribblehead Viaduct on the Settle – Carlisle railway line.

Or why not join in in the festival fun at this year’s Suffolk Walking Festival running throughout the spring? This year is Suffolk’s Year of Walking and Warner’s Corton Coastal Village and Gunton Hall could be the perfect venues to put your feet up after striding across the terrain.

Take a look at our Country and Coastal walks page and see if you’re tempted to tackle walking with Warner!

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