Warner Leisure Hotels
Exclusively for adults, Warner Leisure Hotels has 13 properties in the UK, including six Grade I or Grade II listed historic hotels in countryside locations, three ‘character hotels’ and four properties at coastal resorts.
Each property offers a range of activities during the day, including archery, golf, croquet and bowls, and guests can also relax in the leisure club. By night, each hotel has a variety of entertainment in purpose-built auditoriums.
They are apart of the Bourne Leisure Group and currently has over 2,400 employees.
Founded by Harry Warner whom opened his first holiday camp in 1932 Warner Leisure Hotels is now part of the Bourne Leisure family. In 1994 Warner rebranded to its present offering of providing adults only short breaks across its 13 countryside and coastal hotels and resorts throughout Great Britain.
Each of its sites provide its guests with half board accommodation, a wide range of leisure facilities and an inclusive entertainment package, where people who love life come to live it all over again.
Brit Awards 2017: Top 10 songs that make Brits feel YOUNG again from Bryan Adams to Lulu
The poll was conducted by Warner Leisure Hotels in celebration of tonight's Brit Awards. Coming out on top was Bryan Adams' Summer of 69, with The Kinks' Waterloo Sunset just behind. Pop was the winning genre of choice, covering 41% of the top songs, ...
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New collagen-infused gin launched as a drinkable facial
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Around this time last year, British food and drinks innovation company Bompas & Parr also launched a collagen-infused gin for Warner Leisure Hotels, which they called Anti-aGin. Made with botanicals like chamomile, tea tree, witch-hazel and gotu kola ...