Warner Leisure festive breaks

Warner Leisure offers Christmas and New Year breaks

Warner Leisure Hotels is offering festive themed breaks throughout November and December, priced from £69 per person. 

The company is offering breaks of varying stay lengths and that fit in with other family fun. 

Guests wanting to kickstart the festive season early can go for Turkey and Tinsel breaks, available throughout November and December. They will be welcomed with mulled wine and mince pies, before they head out for a Christmas dinner and festive entertainment. 

Guests will take part in New Year Party shenanigans on their last evening. The four-night Turkey and Tinsel breaks start from £199 per person, based on two sharing standard accommodation at Bembridge Coastal Hotel, Isle of Wight, arriving on November 18.

The Festive Party Break options take guests from lavish dinners to the dance floor, with a choice of one- or two-night break options that capture all the excitement of the festive season, from live music to traditional festive fun and games throughout the stay. Guests can enjoy a one-night break from £69 per person, based on two sharing standard accommodation at Lakeside Coastal Village, when arriving on December 20. Two-night break starts from £158 per person.

Those preferring to stay longer and stress out of the festive season can choose a Warner Christmas break. The four-night breaks offer great food, including a special five-course Christmas dinner, Bucks Fizz at breakfast, entertainment and a great social atmosphere. A Warner four-night Christmas Break starts from £560 per person, based on two people sharing Standard accommodation at Norton Grange Coastal Village, the Isle of Wight on December 23.

New Year Breaks offer a lively three- or four-night stay starting on December 30. Customers can join in the festivities and celebrate with entertainment, a firework display and a five-course gala dinner. The New Year Breaks start from £499 per person and are based on two people sharing standard accommodation at Corton Coastal Village, when arriving on December 30.

Guests who would like to extend their festive celebrations can opt for a Twixmas break, offering a three-night stay starting on December 27. They can enjoy the traditional family get together for Christmas Day and then head off to relax and unwind before the New Year parties begin. 

Those looking to extend their festive fun can add a Twixmas break to either the Christmas or New Year breaks; all three breaks can be combined as well. Twixmas getaway starts from £250 per person, based on two people sharing standard accommodation at Cricket St Thomas when arriving on December 27.


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