Clearly spotting an opportunity to get away from the usual pattern of its guests being out of the hotel all day, Warners wants to entice them to stay in with activity breaks that are a tad less strenuous than skiing and rock climbing. For example, short break guests could not only see a range of classic cars but have a drive in one, or learn how to sing from professional voice coaches.
Ballroom dancing has a new lease of life, and Warners can organise people to teach this… or even a more energetic jitterbug! Painting, playing bridge, creative writing, golf, cake decorating and dozens of other Experince breaks are up for grabs.
Warner has 13 hotels across the UK, each with its own character. Thoresby Hall Hotel and Spa in Nottinghamshire is large and loud, while Littlecote House is the historic building in which Henry VIII courted Jane Seymour. The variety of venues lends itself, says Waners, to a variety of activities.
Most hotels have health facilities including swimming pools, sauna, spa pool and steam room. Guests can also indulge in a range of beauty treatments from the luxurious Decleor range available at most hotels and some resorts.
For further details, look at www.warnerbreaks.co.uk