Hotel Status Check

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - what you need to know | Updated 24 February 10am

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

All Warner hotels in England are scheduled to reopen on 17 May 2021.

In line with the roadmap set out by the UK Government on 22 February 2021, we plan to be back offering our signature warm-hearted welcome at all 13 English properties from Monday 17 May 2021. Welsh government guidance differs so we’re awaiting details on a reopening date for Bodelwyddan Castle in North Wales.

Peace of mind - Bookings up to 16 May 2021

All bookings up to 16 May 2021 have automatically been postponed and protected by our free Coronavirus Guarantee. You have a number of options:

  • Cancel your booking and receive a full refund
  • Transfer your break to a new date in 2021 or 2022 at any Warner hotel (extra cost may apply if the break transferred to is a higher price)
  • Leave the money as a credit with Warner, and rebook any time in the next 18 months

We kindly ask that you don't call us today.

Our contact centre is incredibly busy with more than 20,000 bookings to deal with, so we are working through all affected breaks in date order. Our plan is to focus on March bookings first, then move to April bookings by mid-March and then finally May bookings by the end of March.

All guests will be contacted to ask for their preferred option and be sent an email with a form to select preferences.

Britain's getting booked

It’s been a roller coaster – for everyone – so a huge thank you for your support over the past year. We’re a trusted British brand. Our roots are strong. And we’re ready with so much to enjoy. An exciting line-up of entertainment legends, tributes and festivals, brand-new restaurants and menus championing seasonal produce, outdoor theatre on historic lawns and fresh ways to explore the nation – they’re all on the menu.

Demand for a staycation is at an all-time high so we are now taking bookings for breaks until 2022. Plan ahead for the best chance of availability.

Local guidance

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

Alvaston Hall, Cheshire East

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Bembridge Coast, Isle of Wight

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Bodelwyddan Castle, Denbighshire, North Wales

Hotel is currently closed and we hope to be open from 17 May 2021

We await Welsh government guidance on a reopening date for Bodelwyddan Castle in North Wales. Please check back regularly.

Corton Coastal Village, East Suffolk

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Cricket St Thomas, South Somerset

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Gunton Hall Coastal Village, East Suffolk

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Holme Lacy House, Herefordshire

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Lakeside Coastal Village, Hayling Island, Hampshire

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Littlecote House, Hungerford, Wiltshire

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Nidd Hall, North Yorkshire

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Norton Grange Coastal Village, Isle of Wight

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Sinah Warren, Hayling Island, Hampshire

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Studley Castle, Warwickshire

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

Thoresby Hall, Nottinghamshire

Hotel is currently closed with breaks going ahead from 17 May 2021

Dining tables will be limited to the rule of 6 or 2 households/bubble - this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis by the government. A substantial meal will not need to be served in order to purchase alcohol. Live entertainment performances are going ahead in line with government guidance and there will be no curfew. Please check back regularly.

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