Warner Leisure Hotels – Outdoor activities in Suffolk
Whether you’re wandering or wildlife-watching, the beaches and nature reserves in Suffolk are as diverse as they are beautiful.
With native red squirrels and ever-changing blooms, there’s plenty to discover within the gardens and grounds of both Bembridge Coast and Norton Grange. A new partnership with ViewRanger also maps out hand-picked walking routes in and around Bembridge on the east coast and Yarmouth on the West Wight. Whether you’re a seasoned trekker or a casual stroller, take your pick from these local recommendations, straight from our warm-hearted team to your screen.
Gunton Hall Coastal Village
Gunton Hall has a distinctly rural feel; it may be within walking distance of the beach, but it's surrounded by Suffolk woodland, gardens, a picturesque lake and pitch and putt course. It’s a relaxing seaside destination, within driving distance to the Norfolk Broads or the famous village of Southwold. There is a range of rooms, from luxury Royale rooms, which are part of the original historic building, to stunning lodges or simpler chalets in the gardens. The village square, sports hall and leisure centre and large dance floor create the buzzing, sociable atmosphere that Warner is well known for.
Corton Coastal Village
Set on the Suffolk coast, near famous Southwold, Corton has all the easy atmosphere of a holiday home, with the creature comforts Warner is famous for. Built on a chalet theme, the rooms have clapboard design, with fresh pastel interiors, and many have terraces overlooking the sea. Guests can have a snack in the Coffee Lounge or enjoy cabaret in The Boathouse.