Hotel Status Check

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - what you need to know | Updated 28 October 3pm

This webpage provides the latest information on the status of each Warner hotel, based on Government COVID-19 Alert levels and other Government restrictions. Please check back regularly and 24 hours before your break arrival date to see the latest information.

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COVID-19 Alert levels

The Government has launched new local COVID levels that apply to England, categorised into Very high, High and Medium. There is separate guidance from the Welsh Government. It is important to know what you can and can’t do, based on where you live and the location of the Warner hotel.

Please select your hotel from the options below to see the latest status.

Alvaston Hall, Cheshire East

COVID alert level: HIGH (Tier 2)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Indoors, guests can sit and dine together with anyone who lives in the same household, plus 1 other person in a support bubble. A support bubble is a close support network between a household and 1 other adult. Outdoors, the rule of six applies, meaning guests can socialise in up to groups of 6. Following the government 10pm curfew, bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Bembridge Coast, Isle of Wight

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

UPDATED 19 Oct: Bodelwyddan Castle, Denbighshire, North Wales

Hotel is currently closed, planning to re-open on Friday 13 November 2020

The Welsh Government have announced a national lockdown starting from 6pm on Friday 23 October and will end on Monday 9 November. As a result, Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel will remain temporarily closed until 12 November 2020.

Full details can be found on the Welsh Government website.

If you are due to stay at Bodelwyddan Castle prior to 12 November 2020, please do not travel. Your booking has been automatically cancelled. Your booking is protected by the free Coronavirus Guarantee, allowing you to transfer, rebook or receive a full refund. There is no need to call us today, we will be in touch to discuss to your booking.

The Welsh Government have committed to review these restrictions every week. At time of writing, we are planning to be open from Friday 13 November 2020 and breaks will be going ahead. Once we receive guidance from the Welsh Government, we will update this webpage with details of our re-opening dates. Please check back regularly.

Corton Coastal Village, East Suffolk

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Cricket St Thomas, South Somerset

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Gunton Hall Coastal Village, East Suffolk

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Holme Lacy House, Herefordshire

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Lakeside Coastal Village, Hayling Island, Hampshire

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Littlecote House, Hungerford, West Berkshire

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Nidd Hall, North Yorkshire

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Norton Grange Coastal Village, Isle of Wight

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Sinah Warren, Hayling Island, Hampshire

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

Studley Castle, Warwickshire

COVID alert level: MEDIUM (Tier 1)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

Rule of six applies indoors and outdoors. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

UPDATED 28 Oct: Thoresby Hall, Nottinghamshire

COVID alert level: VERY HIGH (Tier 3)
Hotel is open and breaks going ahead as planned

On 28 October 2020, the Government announced that Nottinghamshire would move into COVID alert level very high (tier 3) from Friday 30 October. This includes the area of Thoresby Hall.

Under tier 3 rules, guests can sit and dine together with anyone who lives in the same household, plus 1 other person in a support bubble. A support bubble is a close support network between a household and 1 other adult.

Guests can meet in groups of 6 on our grounds and gardens, and when participating in outdoor sports activities like archery and rifles.

Alcohol can only be served with a meal, such as breakfast, lunch or dinner. Non-alcoholic drinks can be served at all other times. Bars and restaurants will close at 10pm, but there’ll be no hurry to finish your drinks as public spaces will still be open around our hotels for finishing off drinks and conversations. Live entertainment performances will be going ahead, and if they begin before 10pm they can continue past the 10pm curfew.

We advise guests to check guidance advice based on where you live, but hotels are not required to check the residential address of customers – this travel advice is guidance for consumers, not business. For details please visit the UK Government website

If restrictions prevent guests from travelling to the hotel, all bookings are covered by our free Coronavirus Guarantee.

Local COVID alert levels explained

The Government have created a series of graphical posters displaying information about the Local COVID Alert Level. Select the different levels below to see more detail. For more information, please visit the UK Government website.

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