Sample the West Country atmosphere from cider making to beautiful gardens before retreating to your Warner's regency country mansion. Relax, pamper yourself and enjoy the wide variety of entertainment on offer.
Detailed Overview


4* Warner Cricket St Thomas

Nestled in its own picturesque valley, this charming Grade II listed mansion’s facilities include swimming pool, steam room, sauna, health and beauty salon and fitness studio.

• Lift • 2 Bars • 2 Restaurants • 2 Lounges • Tea room • Parish church • Gift shop • Indoor swimming pool • Sauna • Steam room • Leisure club • Spa & Salon • Snooker room • Library • TV • Telephone • Hairdryer • Tea/coffee in room • 160-acres of landscaped gardens •

Price includes

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast

  • Entrances to Perry’s Cider Mills and Forde Abbey & Gardens

  • Visits to Taunton and Lyme Regis

  • Porterage

Tour Itinerary
Day 1

We take a leisurely drive westward to our hotel, stopping en-route for lunch (not included) and arriving with plenty of time to settle in before dinner.

Day 2

Taunton & Perry's Cider Mills and Museum
Visit Taunton, a bustling town dating back to Saxon times. Dominating the town with its superbly decorated tower is the parish church of St Mary Magdalene. There are plenty of shops and Green Flag Award parks to explore. Afterwards, we visit Perry's Cider Mills and Museum where you can watch the cider-making process in action and re-live the atmosphere of old West Country life.

Day 3

A day of Leisure
Spend a full day at leisure to enjoy all the facilities and activities at the hotel.

Day 4

Lyme Regis & Forde Abbey
Our excursion today is to Lyme Regis, an exquisite picture-book fishing village packed with charming tearooms and shops. This afternoon visit Forde Abbey, a Cistercian Monastery filled with many treasures and surrounded by 30-acres of carefully tended gardens

Day 5

We depart the hotel and commence our homeward journey.

Other Information

Cricket St. Thomas - Chard - Somerset

With views of the Somerset countryside this Regency style elegant mansion of Cricket St. Thomas is set within 160 acres of glorious landscaped gardens and parkland with mature cedars, maples and yews which have been lovingly preserved. These Grounds were designed by a student of Capability Brown. Close to the Grade II listed parklands and lakes is the Cricket St. Thomas Wildlife Park with 500 rare and endangered animals including zebras, camels, antelope, lemurs and Amur leopards.

·    Regency manor house designed by Sir John Soane, dating from 1820

·    Famous as the location for the TV series 'To the Manor Born'

·    Lovingly restored state rooms and fabulous grand staircase

·    160 acres of landscaped parkland set amid a picturesque setting

·    12th Century parish church of St. Thomas and walled garden within the grounds

·    New wing with Signature and Ambassador rooms

·    The Tree Tops restaurant for breakfast and three course evening meal

·    Terrace Coffee Shop for morning tea, lunch and afternoon coffee

·    Croquet, tennis and boules courts

·    Tastefully modelled 19m deck level swimming pool

·    Sauna, steam room tropicarium and fitness studio

·    The Late Lounge, featuring complimentary evening shows

·    Decleor Gold Beauty Salon with health and beauty therapies

·    The Terrace and Pavilion Bars

·    Fencing, pool tables, snooker, billiards, darts and table tennis

·    Air rifle shooting, Archery,

·    Cycle Hire

·    Gift Shop


The original Parish Church of Cricket St. Thomas was built in the 14th century and is holding services every Thursday at 11 am and Sundays at 10am.

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