Prosecco on tap at Bodelwyddan Castle

You heard it here first! We have introduced Prosecco taps into our hotel bathrooms, giving our guests 24-7 access to the alcoholic beverage, from the comfort of their own room.

We’ve plumbed the taps into all of our Signature Rooms in our Bodelwyddan Castle hotel, in response to feedback from a guest which asked for ‘Prosecco on tap’.

The Prosecco taps have been installed at our North-Wales site over a 12-week period and will be available for guests for a limited time only.

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Mark Thompson, research and development project engineer, comments: “One of the main priorities is to ensure the Prosecco makes it way from tank to tap, whilst retaining its bubbles and flavour.

“This has been achieved by installing an oxygen-free, hygienic, stainless steel ring main, pressurised to 3.5 bar – the equivalent to that you would expect from a Prosecco bottle. It’s the first installation of its type I have ever seen.”

Mat Finch, Marketing Director at Warner Leisure Hotels, comments on the game-changing hotel news, “Our guests are at the centre of everything we do at Warner and we take their feedback very seriously.

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“The Warner team always go above and beyond to make dreams come true, but this has to be our biggest fairy godmother grant yet. The installation at Bodelwyddan Castle will act as a prototype for our 12 other Warner properties across the UK and will give our guests that grown-up fun that they come to Warner for”.

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Your Guide To East-Anglia – Cheat Sheet (INFOGRAPHIC)

If you’ve booked a stay in one of our two Suffolk-based coastal villages (Corton and Gunton Hall) and you’re new to the area, you’ll find our East Anglia cheat sheet useful. As well as detailing information on the top 10 areas to visit, you’ll also find recommendations of places to eat, as well as a list of events running throughout the year. No trip to East Anglia is complete without hiring a boat on the Broads, while East Anglia’s best kept secrets are not to be missed.

So much to choose from:

This all-encompassing guide to East Anglia will provide you with must-know information to help make your trip a memorable one. Even if you’ve been here before, you’re sure to find some new gems to explore. That’s the great thing about East Anglia – there’s so much to do, you couldn’t possibly manage it all in just the one trip.


It doesn’t matter what time of the year you choose to visit us – there’s plenty going on throughout the year in East Anglia. From the Norfolk & Norwich Festival in May through to the Sandringham Flower Show in July and the Southwold Literature Festival in November, you may be spoiled for choice.

For those who want to explore further:

While we offer much in the way of fine dining and entertainment at each of our hotels and coastal villages, many of our guests enjoy exploring the surrounding area – and with the beautiful East Anglia on your doorstep, we can’t blame you for wanting to do so. Whether you choose to explore the history on offer at Bury St. Edmunds, prefer to get up close and personal with rare birds at Thetford Forest, or hire a day boat and discover the beautiful Broads, there’s something for all tastes.

For more information about holidaying at Corton or Gunton Hall coastal village, get in touch with us today and say goodbye winter, hello Warner.



<img src=””; width=”440″><p>The East Anglia Cheat Sheet – An infographic by the team at <a href=””>Warner Leisure Hotels</a></p>

Warner Masterclass April Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce

The best thing about knowing how to make a delicious hollandaise sauce is that once you get the hang of it, you can make the most simple of vegetables into something quite elegant which is fantastic when you are hosting a few friends. Here we share a step-by-step recipe and video of our Head Chef Paul Haywood from Bembridge Coast Hotel cooking a British spring-time classic; sweet asparagus spears with a delicious and rich hollandaise sauce. Continue reading

Warner Masterclass March – Mussels with a Chilli and Vodka sauce

Warner is delighted to showcase their delicious food and drink in 2014. We often get glorious feedback about the variety, freshness and taste of our dishes whilst guests are enjoying their holiday with us across our 13 locations. For March we have launched a step-by-step guide to Conwy Mussels with a Vodka, Chilli and Tomato sauce. Delicious!

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Warner Masterclass – Strawberry Cheesecake

Warner Masterclass November – Pheasant Breast with pancetta served with chanteray carrots.

What better way to enjoy the colder months with a delicious hearty meal? See below a perfect recipe for Pheasant Breast wrapped in pancetta served with chanteray carrots.

Our Head Chef from Littlecote House Hotel, Berkshire shows you all the hints and tips you need to make this dish perfectly. Why not try something different if you’re entertaining friends or just want to cook a nice meal for someone.

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Warner’s Culinary Competition with Unilever

There are no cheap alternatives at Warner Leisure Hotels. Working hand in hand with Unilever for 7 years guarantees only the best household product names are used across all 13 Warner Country and Coastal Locations. There’s a reason our award-winning food tastes so good! We only use PG Tips teabags, Knorr granules, Black pepper and pasta products. We truly make food with love and care!

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