A spring holiday at one of Nottinghamshire's most important houses, Thoresby Hall, with its original features are still enjoyed by Warner's guests today.
Detailed Overview



4* Warner Thoresby Hall, Ollerton


The interior of Thoresby Hall is a sheer delight. Entering beneath the stunning central tower, a wide staircase takes you to the Great Hall. Explore further and the adjoining staterooms inspire just as much awe. The majestic Blue Room, named for the restored silk damask wallpaper, not to mention the Library, evocative of the era; with this sort of luxury you can indulge yourself it's all yours.


• There is a lift at this hotel • Free Wi-Fi • LCD TV • Complimentary toiletries • Hairdryer • Safe • Telephone • Iron & Ironing Board •Tea & coffee making facilities • Biscuits replenished daily • Fully equipped gymnasium • Indoor heated swimming pool • Bubble pool • Steam room • Relaxation lounge and outdoor terrace • Spa • Archery and Rifle Shooting • Cinema • Coffee Shop • Gift Shop • Library • Bar • Restaurant • Snooker Room • Wine Room •


Price Includes


  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast

  • 3-course evening meals

  • Selection of activities, sports and leisure facilities


Tour Itinerary
Day 1

Departing the local area we make our way north to Nottinghamshire arriving at the hotel mid-afternoon with time to relax before dinner.

Day 2

We take a trip to the city of Lincoln, crowned by Lincoln Cathedral, one of Europe's finest examples of Gothic architecture and which sits across a picturesque cobbled square from Lincoln Castle. Both buildings were commissioned by William the Conqueror in the 11th century so there is a wealth of history and heritage to discover. Bailgate is one of the most historic parts of Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter where independent boutiques, shops and places to eat line cobbled streets.

Day 3

Enjoy a full day at leisure to enjoy the facilities and entertainment that Warner's have to offer.

Day 4

Lincolnshire Wolds
This morning we have a scenic drive of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The market towns on the edge of the Wolds were traditionally the centres of rural life as places to meet, greet, buy and sell, whilst the attractive hamlets and villages scattered throughout the area adds to the charm of the landscape.

Day 5

We say farewell to our hotel this morning and head back home, stopping along the way in Melton Mowbray where you may like to visit the 'Ye Olde Pork Pie Shoppe'. We arrive back into the local area late afternoon.

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